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Shrewsbury native receives special educator award

Shrewsbury High School graduate Jennifer Crosier (Photo/submitted)

Shrewsbury High School graduate Jennifer Crosier (Photo/submitted)

Shrewsbury – Jennifer Crosier, Shrewsbury High School Class of 2009, received a Special Educator Award by the Newton Parent Advisory Council (PAC) June 3. NewtonPAC is an all-volunteer organization of parents of Newton children with special needs. The NewtonPAC serves as a liaison between parent of students with special needs and school district administrators.

Crosier graduated from Providence College in 2013 with a double major in secondary education and history.?She is employed by the Town of Newton as a secondary education special needs teaching assistant. She is pursuing a Masters of Education in moderate special needs education at Boston College, Lynch School of Education.

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