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Ashley Cirone, TREE Resource Coach

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A Washington County native, Ashley attended Pine Manor College in Chestnut Hill, MA where she gained insight through working within numerous Boston Public Schools before earning her B.A. in Psychology with a concentration in Early Childhood Education. 

Upon moving back to Maine, Ashley spent time as a substitute teacher and educational technician before becoming a classroom teacher at Jonesport Elementary. During these experiences, she developed a special interest in finding new ways to help children struggling within the typical classroom environment. 

In 2013, Ashley earned her Master’s degree in Special Education and transitioned into Special Education Case Management where she taught within Resource Rooms at Jonesport Elementary and Narraguagus Jr. High School. She decided to leave the classroom to join the TREE team with hopes of further developing tools for creating supportive environments where all children and their families can thrive through strengthening partnerships with school and community. 

Ashley resides in Cherryfield, ME with her husband Brad Cirone, their children Anabella and Landon, and dogs Fenway and Faith.


Ryan Cross - Groundskeeper/Maintenance

Eastport, ME
(207) 733-2233

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Ryan is a local artisan, having lived in Washington County most of his life. He served on the Board of Directors at the CCLC in 2013, and is now working part time as Groundskeeper.  Ryan specializes in Fine Art Pyrography (Woodburning) along with Paper Mache', Driftwood, Land Art, Sharpie doodling, Gardening, Mandalas, Helping, Listening, Learning, Growing, Giving, Balancing, Breathing and Bee-ing.  Ryan's self-described journey here is about two things; self-discovery in relationship to others and learning how to manage and balance the divine feminine and masculine creative energy in a way that reveres ALL life and inures to the benefit of the Whole. Ryan's artistic calling includes consciously co-creating safe and sacred spaces, which allow a flow of growth, creativity and imagination. When you look around the CCLC campus, Ryan's creativity and imagination are evident everywhere Ryan has touched the campus.

 

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