HEBRON — Hebron Academy Head of School John King welcomed the newest members of the school’s faculty this year. With skills ranging from English language instruction to football to music, the newest contingent of Hebron faculty will invigorate and enhance the school’s core programs.

Mrs. Emily Tuttle brings her extensive experience in teaching English to her position as director of English Language Learning and the English Language Institute, Hebron’s new summer program. She has taught English and chaired English and ESOL departments in Portland public schools, Durham, and in a Navajo reservation high school. Tuttle has been a journalist, freelance writer and news reporter and is very involved in music, youth orchestra and community service.

Mr. Joseph Bernier joins the Hebron admissions team from private and public school admissions work and counseling students in Austin, Texas, and Manchester, N.H. He graduated from the University of New Hampshire where he played lacrosse and rugby and began a playing and coaching career in New Hampshire, Texas and throughout New England. Bernier will be head coach of Hebron’s boys’ lacrosse program.

Mr. Wes Covey is Hebron’s new director of Library and Information Services. After graduation from the New School University in creative writing and music, he earned a master’s degree in library science from Indiana University. Covey has been librarian at a public library and brings lifelong experience as a camp leader and counselor to Hebron. He is a professional musician, recording artist and certified yoga instructor based in Portland.

Ms. Hannah Mangham arrives at Hebron from teaching English and working with competitive skiers in Sun Valley, Idaho. A member of Phi Beta Kappa, Mangham graduated from Williams College with a degree in comparative literature. She teaches English, coaches skiing and other sports and outdoor activities, and will be an adviser. She draws on her experience as a competitive ski racer and instructor and strong experience supporting writing. Mangham lives on campus.

Mr. Trevor Paul returns to Maine to teach English at Hebron after service as academic director coordinating English instruction and teaching at an international academy in Tianjin, China. He has also taught English and history in Falmouth High School and continues to coach hockey in area clinics and camps. Trevor graduated magna cum laude from Wheaton College with a concentration in English and history, and he is completing his master’s in education at University of Southern Maine. He coaches, advises and is a resident faculty member.

Mr. Kevin Vining and his family arrive at Hebron after 13 years of teaching, coaching and administrative roles in technology and student life and wellness. Vining serves as a technology in curriculum coordinator and teaches science. Vining graduated from Sacred Heart University where he played football and began his experience in coaching and training. He earned a master’s degree at Western Connecticut State University. Vining, his wife Fleur and their children live on campus. Vining takes over as new head football coach.

Ms. Caitlin Ward graduated from St. Lawrence University, majoring in biology, where she received fellowships to perform field research for her thesis and environmental study. A top student, three-sport athlete and school leader at Berkshire School, she was a member of the St. Lawrence women’s lacrosse team. Ward teaches biology, middle school science, coaches and advises and lives on campus.

Mr. Geoff Campbell, a 2013 graduate of the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University and a 2012 graduate of Mount Allison University, joins Hebron’s expanding communications department. As digital communications coordinator, Campbell helps drive Hebron’s ongoing efforts to articulate the school’s vision and values through effective digital platforms such as video, photo and social media. Campbell brings to Hebron valuable experience in higher education communications through internships at his alma mater and the University of Virginia.

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