Hartford High School is in the Upper Valley region of Vermont, right on the Connecticut river and as close as you can get to New Hampshire before spilling into it. Hartford is a rural community that puts emphasis on family-oriented activities and strong educational support as the school is the center of community.
Melissa Wyman continues her passion of teaching as a third generation educator in Hartford. Following in the footsteps of her father and grandmother, Melissa does her best to create and foster value as she believes all individuals serve a purpose in a community.
Hartford High School
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