AWARDS

New Hampshire Partners in Education enhances and enriches the education of children through recognizing and celebrating school volunteerism.


Award winners from the

2018 Celebration of Volunteers

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Keynote Speaker, Meghan K. McCoy, Ed.D

Dr. McCoy is the Manager of Programs at the Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center, at Bridgewater State University. Dr. McCoy is also a Adjunct Faculty of Psychology at BSU. She has a BA in Psychology, a M.Ed. in School Counseling, and an EdD in Curriculum, Teaching, Learning, and Leadership from Northeastern University. Her work focuses on social and emotional learning for older teens and young adults, bullying, cyberbullying and digital use among children and teens. Dr. McCoy works with and trains K-12, undergraduate, and graduate students and consults in K-12 education. Dr. McCoy has presented her work and the work of MARC at many state, regional, national, and international conferences and has published work in many peer reviewed journals.

NHPIE 2018 Team Volunteer of the Year

Jeff Trexler, Clem Madden, Heather Madden, and Morin Contracting Services,

Dunbarton Elementary School


NHPIE 2018 School Safety Volunteer of the Year


Det. Dawn Shea, Allenstown Police Department, Armand R. Dupont School

NHPIE 2018 Volunteer Leader of the Year

Erin Pellegrini, Hampstead Middle School

NHPIE 2018 Elementary Volunteer of the Year

Caroline Holmes, Adeline C Marston Elementary

NHPIE 2018 High School Volunteer of the Year

Henry Howell, Kearsarge Regional High School

NH PIE 2018 Booklet.pdf