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Cathy Cone-Sabo

Cathy Cone-Sabo

What I do

Cathy is passionate about travel and  enjoys planning trips with her husband. Most of their travels include visiting the family, whether it is in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Colorado, or Hawaii. Now with two grandsons, Cathy tries to include a side trip to Loveland, Colorado whenever there is the opportunity. Last year, Cathy and her husband visited Vancouver, Banff and Montana for her husband’s 50th high school reunion in Choteau. In Maine, she loves to walk, play tennis, cross country ski, snowshoe and just relax with a good book. She loves to cook and bake sharing treats with her friends and colleagues at Loranger. Her four grown up children live throughout the country in Colorado, Washington, DC and Maine. 

Cathy started at Loranger Memorial School 14 years ago as a Special Education teacher and has been working with 6th,7th and 8th graders Her formal training has been in working with students that have special needs, specifically with learning disabilities.. Cathy spends time in the classrooms working side by side with the teachers and also in her resource room teaching primarily language arts and math. Establishing positive relationships with her students and the classroom teachers is a goal that she remains true to.

Before teaching at Loranger,  Cathy worked at the Dayton Consolidated School for five years as a K-6 resource room teacher, at Maine Medical Center as the Pediatric Tutor in the Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital, and in Gorham, Maine for 3 years as a K-3 resource room teacher.  Prior to teaching in Maine, Cathy lived in Ohio and Connecticut working with students with learning disabilities. At Eagle Hill School (a private residential and day school for students with learning disabilities) in Greenwich, Connecticut, Cathy taught for 4 years. Here she also discovered her love of coaching Cross Country. Her graduate work was completed at Fordham University in NY and she received her Master’s degree in Special Education.