Amanda Bodell

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I began my teaching career at Mt. Abraham in 1982 as a graduate of The University of Vermont.  I continue my professional development by participation in a variety of learning opportunities including college coursework and local, state, and national conferences. I have a Masters in Education degree and 30 + credits of graduate level work. 

I thoroughly enjoy working in the wonderful and supportive community of Addison Northeast.  My professional focus is in the area of Health Education. I believe that students are prepared for learning and life when they have knowledge and skills to be physically, socially, and emotionally well. I facilitate the educational support team (EST) at the middle level. The EST provides a process to support all students’ success at Mt. Abraham UMHS.  I also advise a middle school leadership club called STARs (Students Taking Actions Responsibly)

I live in Waltham with my husband, adjusting to our empty nest. We have 4 grown children who are actively pursuing careers in education, the environment, and engineering.  When not working at Mt. Abe. or maintaining our homestead I enjoy reading, gardening, being outside, and enjoying life’s simple pleasures. 


Phone: 453-2333 ext. 2011
 Courses Taught: 
Advisory  -- Impact Team
Middle School Mastery / Enrichment

Middle School Health
(7th & 8th grade)

Educational Support Team Facilitator
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These are links to interesting and helpful web sites related to Teen Health Issues. 

Internet Resources Physical / Social / Emotional Health   (internet public library)


Healthy Unhealthy Relationships

Suicide Prevention / Loss

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