Colette Kuchel has been teaching in Lincoln since September 2000. During her career in Lincoln she has filled the roles of Special Education Teacher in grades K through 6, Special Education Inclusion Facilitator, Autism and Behavior Specialist grades K-4, Home/Educational Consultant, and Behaviorist. In 2009-2010 she enjoyed co-teaching with Liz Stanziola in Grade 3. During the 2012-2013 school year she co-taught 4th grade with Melissa D'Agostino. Prior to teaching in Lincoln, Colette taught at the May Center for Early Education in Arlington MA. Colette completed her undergraduate work in behavioral psychology at Boston University, her graduate work in Moderate Special Needs at Northeastern University, her post graduate work at the University of North Texas, and she is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). Colette lives in Groton, MA with her husband, two teenaged daughters, a yellow Labrador Retriever named Lars, an Austrailian Bearded Dragon named Spikes, and 5 chickens (Meg, Moxie, Nancy, Noodle and Nugget)!