administration & staff


Catherine Betz, Administrative Assistant

Betz took Early Childhood courses at Wheelock College and business courses at Katherine Gibbs and has many years experience working with young children and their families. In addition to managing the school's office, Betz serves as a substitute teacher during the academic year.


Christine Wiest, Nursery School Teacher

Wiest earned a B.S. in Early Childhood Development from Keene State College. Her continuing education involves a wide range of early-childhood workshops and conferences.


Janet Bauer, Kindergarten Teacher

Bauer earned her B.A. in Elementary Education from New England College. Prior to joining Windy Hill School she taught both Kindergarten (11 years) and Nursery School (7 years). She has attended numerous workshops and conferences on the Project Approach.


Sally Morse, Toddler Teacher

Morse earned a B.S. in Psychology from Colby-Sawyer College. Much of her continuing education centers on special education.


Brenda White, Nursery School Teacher

White earned a B.S. in Child Development with K-3 certification from Colby-Sawyer College. Her previous experience includes ten years at Concord Hospital's Learning Center and two years at the Harold Martin School as a Learning Specialist.


Lisa Bozogan, Nursery School Teacher

Bozogan earned a B.S. in Business Administration from Colby-Sawyer College and a M.Ed. with teacher certification (N-3) from Plymouth State College. She is currently enrolled in a doctorate program at Plymouth State College.


Suzanna Brown, Toddler Teacher

Brown earned a B.S in Child Development from Colby-Sawyer College. Brown's experiences include teaching a variety of age groups; she has worked with both young toddlers and nursery school-aged children.


Alice Coish, Nursery School Teacher

Coish earned B.A in English from Wesleyan University and a M.S. in Elementary Education from Wheelock College. Coish has taught in a variety of settings and with a wide range of age groups; she has worked with preschool through upper elementary school-aged children.