Hannah Leland

Hannah Leland

Administration - Dean of Students

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100 Amsden Way
Woodstock, Vermont 05091

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Born and raised in New Hampshire with a love for travel, Dean of Students Hannah Leland provides support for all of that student life encompasses at Woodstock Union High School and Middle School. “We have so many great opportunities for our students, it is my goal to make sure all of those opportunities are supported in every way possible.” She hopes to support team sports by taking a close look at the Athletic Department, ensuring every opportunity is available for students. The same goes for the variety of clubs at the school as well. “We have wonderful opportunities and every student should have the chance to explore those activities.”

Hannah is organized, straightforward and efficient. “I juggle a lot with my position and in order to make sure I don't drop a ball, I have to be organized.  If a student issue arises, I want to be straightforward with the student, in a clear manner so they understand why the conversation is happening and why the consequence occurred. My biggest dream for the school is to ensure our students and staff feel supported. If either group is not feeling supported, I want to make sure I change that and help them in any way possible.”

Hannah lives with her husband and daughter in Newbury, Vermont and is currently working on her CAGS at Plymouth State University in Educational Leadership. After she finishes her last two classes, she hopes to continue on in the Doctoral Program.

Lyndon State College, Vermont—B.A. English; Plymouth State College, New Hampshire—M.A. English Education

Favorite Food? I honestly don't have a favorite food...If I had to pick it would be fruit (not pineapple though - I am allergic to that). 

Favorite book? To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee

Summer or winter? Summer

Favorite Thing to Do When You’re Not Working: My first priority is my family and spending time with them. I serve on the board of Directors for the North Haverhill Fair. I also sell Thirty-One Bags as a part time job. Our family chooses to be involved in a lot and to be as involved with the community as possible - we find value in giving back to our community. 

Contact Us

100 Amsden Way
Woodstock, Vermont 05091

  • High School: (802) 457- 1317
  • Middle School: (802) 457- 1330

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