Friday, February 20, 2015

Prevention Program Leader Inspires Berlin For Decades

The Hartford Courant, February 19, 2015

"Fresh out of the University of Massachusetts in 1968 with a bachelor's in health and physical education and looking for a job, Alice Mitchell got as far as Berlin and stopped.

'It seemed like a really nice community,' Mitchell said when asked why she picked Berlin High School to start her career in education. For the first seven years, she taught health and physical education. Then in the mid-70s she earned a master's in counseling and left the classroom behind." Read More.

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