New Stamford Elementary Principal Named

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STAMFORD, Vt. — The Stamford School Board recently approved Robyn C. Oyer as the new principal of Stamford Elementary School, effective July 1.

"We would like to welcome Mrs. Oyer to our school and our community,"said Erika Bailey, Stamford School Board chairwoman. "Mrs. Oyer comes to Stamford highly recommended by her previous peers and staff.  We look forward to this opportunity to work with her and continue the educational growth of our students and staff."

During her educational career, Oyer has served as a high school English and reading teacher, and as an assistant principal for Pinellas County Schools in Florida. She said she is honored to be chosen principal of Stamford Elementary.

"I look forward to building relationships with the students and families of Stamford, to ensure that all students feel safe, respected, and valued in order to provide the best possible learning environment for all," she said.

Oyer holds a bachelor of arts in linguistics from the University at Buffalo, and a master of education in Educational Leadership from The University of South Florida, St. Petersburg.

Oyer and her husband Andrew, assistant principal at Twin Valley Middle High School, have two children. Originally from Skaneateles, N.Y., Oyer is excited to be back in the Northeast. In her free time, she enjoys reading and spending time with her family, and she is looking forward to traveling again. 

 


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