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About Susan Sicard

Susan Sicard is the Director of Curriculum and Instruction and a member of the teaching faculty specializing in Math and Science. As the Director of Curriculum and Instruction, her main focus is to collaborate with teachers in enhancing their teaching skills. Additionally, she is responsible for promoting continuous improvement and documentation of the curriculum. In her role as a Math and Science teacher, Susan finds joy in working with students on a daily basis, assisting them in their learning journey. She teaches subjects such as Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Algebra II, Chemistry, and Physics. Susan has accumulated 17 years of experience in the field of education. She obtained her Bachelor's degree in Chemistry with a minor in Environmental Science from Geneva College in 2006. Later, in 2009, she pursued a Master's degree in Natural Resources with a specialization in Water Resources from the University of New Hampshire. Throughout her career, Susan has received notable achievements and certifications. In 2005, she became a Certified Naturalist from the AuSable Institute. In 2009, she was honored with the Timothy Award from the Granite State Christian School Association.  One of Susan's notable research experiences includes overseeing a five-year project on the reforestation of vacated oil and natural gas well pad sites during her six summers at the Au Sable Institute. Their work on the effects of soil treatments and tree species on reforestation of well pads was published in the Journal of Restoration Ecology in February 2022.


Outside of her professional life, Susan actively participates in various community activities. She serves on the Health Team of Candia Congregational Church and has recently completed her service on the Bear Paw Board, a local Land trust organization. Susan resides in Candia with her husband, Adam, and they share their home with their loving and energetic dog named Daisy.


In her free time, Susan enjoys engaging in activities such as vegetable gardening, caring for their farm house and land, bird watching, and hiking. When it comes to literature, she has a fondness for books like Winter Fortress by Neal Bascomb and Return of the King by J.R.R Tolkien.


Susan's ultimate goal as an educator is to ensure that graduates from their school leave with confidence, knowing that they are well-prepared for their future endeavors. She believes in empowering students to utilize their God-given gifts and talents to serve others.



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