Ann-Marie Glover is currently serving her 10th year as a teacher for Hoosick Falls Central School District. She began her teaching career here at Hoosick Falls as a kindergarten teacher where she spent her first 3 years before moving to first grade which she presently teaches. Mrs. Glover’s students engage in rich, collaborative learning experiences allowing them to reach their fullest potential.
Mrs. Glover’s educational background includes an Associate of Applied Science degree in Early Childhood Education from Hudson Valley Community College, an undergraduate degree in Psychology & Teaching as well as a Master’s of Arts in Teaching Elementary Education from Bennington College.
She is involved with Project: Cameron’s Story (PCS), a non-profit organization that provides free, brand new, quality children’s books to all parents of infants born into local area NICU facilities. Its mission is to empower parents to form unique and profound connections with their babies through reading. PCS strives to encourage parents to bond with their infants by reading to them in an otherwise intimidating and uncertain environment. She is also an avid supporter of the March of Dimes organization.
Ann-Marie enjoys being active, running in 5k road races whenever she can. To relax, she enjoys vacationing in Maine each summer with her family, having campfires in her backyard, and reading.
She lives in Hoosick Falls, New York with her husband Chris of 12 years and their three sons, eleven-year-old Carson and seven-year-old twins, Grant and Chase.