Kerilyn Ganzenmuller - Speech and Language
Kerilyn Ganzenmuller

Kerilyn is from Long Island, New York and still loves a good bagel and pizza fix! She lived for 15+ years out West exploring the Southwest, Rocky Mountains, and Pacific Northwest. She has lived in VT for the past 10 years. Kerilyn loves skiing, spending time at the beach, and fun, family time with her husband, six year old daughter and fourteen year old golden retriever. It brings her much joy when her students feel successful, confident to communicate, and understood by others. You can reach Kerilyn at

Wendy Adams - Speech and Language Pathologist

Wendy Adams has been a Speech/Language Pathologist (SLP) for 28 years, working in the school systems in Vermont.  She became an SLP because her grandfather was a severe stutterer and she wanted to know how to help him.  Her father has also been a special educator in Vermont Schools for many years, and he suggested that she take a course in this field while she was searching for a major in college,  and that was it, she was hooked.  She loves working with students on their understanding and expression of language, and she is passionate that every student has a “voice”, even if it is not the neurotypical voice we all first think of when communicating with others.

Wendy also enjoys crafting, spending time with her family in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont in the summers at their campsite, and watching her son and daughter grow into young adults. She can be reached at

Jeb Interlandi - ELL/Literacy Teacher
Jeb Interlandi

Mr. I is originally from South Hero, VT, but now resides with his amazing wife in Tunbridge. He has worked for the WRVSU, and Chelsea School, since 2018 as an ELL teacher and Literacy Interventionist. He loves promoting the joy of reading across all grade levels. In addition to spending his time devouring books, Mr. I also loves to write and record music. You can reach Mr. I at

Megan Cavanaugh- Tunbridge Math Interventionist
Megan Cavanaugh Headshot

Megan Cavanaug is the new Math Interventionist at Tunbridge School this year. She has always had a deep love of numbers. She would count until she fell asleep at night as a kid, notice mathematical patterns everywhere, and is a big fan of the Fibonacci Sequence. She has been teaching Kindergarten the past five years and is excited to explore mathematics more deeply with students of all ages.

She grew up in the small town of Denmark, Maine and has been living in Vermont for the past five years. She has a cat named Lulu Bear and moved to Berlin this summer with her fiance. When she's not teaching math, she loves to be outside hiking mountains, exploring local trails, reading, making art, listening to music, and playing games.

She is so excited to start this new adventure with such a sweet community and looks forward to meeting you and your children! She can be reached at:

Katherine Roe - Speech Language Pathologist Asst.

Katherine is in her 14th year of working in the WRVSU as a Speech Language Pathologist Assistant.  She visits four schools in the district, including Tunbridge. When not working, she gardens, volunteers, reads, trains a retired racehorse, and enjoys the company of her husband and three grown children. You can reach Katherine at

Michelle Whalen - Reading Intervention

Mrs. Whalen grew up in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont.  She moved to Chelsea in 2002 where she lives with her husband and children on their family farm.  Mrs. Whalen is excited to be the new reading interventionist in Tunbridge!  Some of her fondest child memories are of riding her bike to the library with her mother and brother.  All these years later, she still loves to read and visit libraries

When not reading, Mrs. Whalen enjoys horseback riding, beekeeping, kayaking and traveling. You can contact her at

Maegan Winters - Reading Interventionist

Maegan Winters is a lifelong Vermonter. She studied English at the University of Vermont, and then returned to the Tunbridge / Chelsea area to teach the third and fourth grade as a long-term sub. This year, she'll be working in the middle school library, as well as providing reading intervention services. Maegan loves reading, writing, and spending time with her dog.

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