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New teachers at CRMS

Colorado Rocky Mountain School in Carbondale has a few new faculty faces and recently announced several promotions. Krissy Russell is the new chair of the CRMS Science Department and will teach AP chemistry and a course in functions, statistics and trigonometry. Michael Hayes joins the CRMS math and science faculty and will teach chemistry and statistics, as well as kayaking and snowboarding.

Siouxzy Schachter is the new learning specialist at CRMS. Katharine Rushton is the new director of the international student support program. The school’s former director of the international student support program, Carolyn Williams, is the new college counselor at CRMS.



The new school nurse at CRMS is Astrid Lizotte and Katie Scott returns to CRMS from sabbatical to teach history and English.

Smith Maddrey, who has been associate director of admission and English teacher, has joined the faculty full-time.



Following the promotion of Molly Hall to fill Maddrey’s position in the Admission Office, Cindy Serson has been hired to fill the vacancy of admission and marketing assistant.


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