Amanda Corson has worked at Hoosick Falls Central School since 2007. Before coming to Hoosick Falls, Amanda worked as a teaching assistant for children with emotional needs at St. Colman’s Home. During her time there, she was also a residential counselor for children with autism. She then worked at Maplewood School as a teaching assistant in a 4th grade classroom.
Amanda Attended SUNY Oneonta where she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education with a concentration in Anthropology. She then got her Master’s Degree in Literacy and Special Education from Sage Graduate School.
In her free time, Amanda enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She is interested in traveling to new places, shopping, kayaking and genealogy.