Jenny Hewitt

In 1991 as I was graduating from St. Michael’s College in Colchester, the finishing touches were being put on the newly constructed Pomfret School. In the early spring, I interviewed in the one-room school house at the base of Suicide Six, joining the staff as they consolidated from multiple school houses around town into one centralized location.

For 26 years, I have taught Fourth Grade or a combination Third/Fourth class. During that time I earned my Master’s in Elementary Education:  Math, Science, and Technology, got married, had two children, and welcomed families from Bridgewater as part of  our amazing, unified, school community.

I live in South Royalton with my husband, Jim, a teacher and coach at South Royalton School. Our daughter, Jocelyn, is a sophomore at Ithaca College and our son, Jacob, is a junior. We are excited to welcome Alvaro, an exchange student from Paraguay, into our home this September.

I love to snowshoe, hike and walk with our rescue dog, Maggie, garden, read, spend time with family and friends and cheer for our children’s various sports teams.

802-457-1234 ext 1803

Miss Bonkers rose. “Don’t fret!” she said.
“You’ve learned the things you need
To pass that test and many more-
I’m certain you’ll succeed.
We’ve taught you that the earth is round,
That red and white make pink,
And something else that matters more -
We’ve taught you how to think.”
— from Hooray for Diffendoofer Day! by Dr. Seuss with some help from Jack Prelutsky and Lane Smith