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Valerie Hall

Valerie Hall, of 33 Stratton Road, has announced her candidacy for the Williamstown Elementary School Committee.

In a statement received by iBerkshires, she said she has spent the past several years serving the school in different capacities. She is a member and former president and vice president of the PTO board member. She volunteers in classrooms weekly, and has worked on the school directory, science night, field day, the 6th-grade yearbook, and many other projects. 

Hall also volunteers in the Religious Education Program at the Parish of Sts. Patrick and Raphael.

"I love Williamstown Elementary School and am excited about this new opportunity to support our wonderful school," said Hall. "I am looking forward to working with the current committee members, the administration, and the teachers during these tough budget times. I believe strongly in maintaining the character and reputation for excellence our children are fortunate to enjoy at our school today.”

Hall holds bachelor's and master's degrees in engineering; she spent several years designing communications satellites. She and her husband, Allen, have been residents of Williamstown since 2001 and their children both attend Williamstown Elementary.

For more information, Hall can be contacted at 413-458-2853, vlphall@yahoo.com or on her Facebook page.
 

 

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