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Meet Mrs. Andrea Goudreau

Meet Mrs. Andrea Goudreau:



 

Mrs. Goudreau is our school’s secretary.  She grew up in Haverhill, Massachusetts.  Her favorite subject in school was history.  She enjoys reading and her favorite genre is mysteries.  Before working here with us, Mrs. Goudreau worked at the Upper Connecticut Valley Hospital.  In addition to working here with us, Mrs. Goudreau works for the 45th Parallel EMS.  She’s been working at Pittsburg School for a year now and works eight hours a day.

 

She and her husband have two cats named Gracie and Bella.  She likes cooking too.  She said she has been up Mt. Washington and has hiked it twice when she was younger.

 

Mrs. Goudreau’s favorite season is fall when she can take walks and go to her camp.  In her spare time, Mrs. Goudreau loves to take photographs of landscapes as well as hiking, swimming, and making fudge.  She believes her greatest talent is photography.

 

Mrs. Goudreau’s list of favorites was impressive:

 

Food: pizza

Art Work: photography

Holiday: Christmas

Sport: football

Sports Team: New England Patriots

Things to do in winter: snowshoe and ice skate

Things to do in summer: swim and hike

Vacation Place: Maui, Hawaii

TV Show: Survivor

Color: green

Type of Car: BMW

Candy: Maple drops

Type of music: 80’s pop

Dream place to visit: Australia because she thinks the animals and the environment are interesting

Toy growing up: A Big Wheel

 

Mrs. Goudreau wanted us to know she went to college at Northern Essex Community College where she got an Associate Degree in Information Technology.  She is currently enrolled at Southern New Hampshire University where she is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Business Studies in Organizational Leadership. She is also currently enrolled in an EMT training course.

 

Asked about what she likes about working with us here, she said, “Seeing the kindergarten students passing by the office every day, as well as helping students and welcoming them every morning.”


 Updated Jan. 2018