Ms. Cook’s education and experience has prepared her well for her role at The Paul School. She received her Bachelor of Science in Business from St. John’s University in Queens, New York and her Master of Arts in Education in School Counseling and Secondary Education (English) from Ottawa University.
Over the course of her 20 year career in education, Ms. Cook has served as an administrator, counselor, and teacher. She is motivated to help others become their best selves in any way she can.
Ms. Cook is happy and excited to be part of The Paul School community!
Michele Hossack holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater and Communications from Salem State College in Massachusetts, counseling studies at Grand Canyon University, and a Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from Southern New Hampshire University. Her career has included teaching life skills, instructional support, residencial life, and technology.
Michele feels that teaching and learning is about collaboration; sharing experiences between students and teachers resulting in the provision of tools necessary to build a successful future. She believes that everyone has the ability to learn and build relationships. Educators shape and guide the future by serving as a compass for their students on the journey ahead.