Mrs. Deanna Conley
I earned my degree in general and special education from Providence College, and then went on to earn my masters in curriculum and instruction, with a focus on reading instruction, from Boston College. I am currently working towards my doctorate degree in bilingual special education from The George Washington University. I began my teaching career in Boston, MA working as a 4th grade teacher, and then went onto teach special education in grades K – 6. My husband and I relocated to Arlington six years ago, at which time I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to join the Claremont family. This will be my 14th year teaching, and I am thrilled to spend another year watching our students grow and learn both socially and academically. When I am not teaching, I am usually in a coffee shop studying about teaching! In any rare free time that I do get, I love to go for runs, cook, spend time with family and friends, and play with my dog Kiley.