Summer Programs Team
 Meghan Roach, Teacher and Camp Aristotle Baltimore Director

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B.A. Sociology, Ohio Wesleyan University

Meghan Roach, Teacher and Camp Aristotle Baltimore Director

Meghan returns to Auburn with 15 years of experience in Special Education. She previously worked at The Forbush School in Towson, where she was a classroom teacher and an Assistant Behavior Specialist. She is also a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) and enjoys working with children on the autism spectrum. Meghan earned her B.A. in Sociology from Ohio Wesleyan University. She is very excited to rejoin the Auburn School's teaching team.

 Marianne Estornell, Arts Intergration Teacher and Camp Aristotle Fairfax Director

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B.A. Illustration, University of the Arts M.A. Teaching, Notre Dame of Maryland University

Marianne Estornell, Arts Intergration Teacher and Camp Aristotle Fairfax Director

Marianne joined Auburn with over 15 years of experience in teaching art in public schools, private schools, art centers and museums. She has taught students in Maryland, New Mexico and the Navajo Nation. Marianne has been trained in the EmPOWER Writing curriculum and Visual Thinking Skills. She also was trained as a special education parent educator and assisted parents of students with disabilities with 504 Plans and IEPs, in addition to training families how to read and understand educational test scores and evaluations. She holds a B.A. in Illustration from Philadelphia College of Art (now University of the Arts) and a M.A. in Teaching from Notre Dame of Maryland University. 

 Scott Swick, Teacher and Camp Aristotle Silver Spring Director

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B.A. American Studies, University of Maryland- Baltimore County B.Ed. Elementary Education, University of Maryland- Baltimore County

Scott Swick, Teacher and Camp Aristotle Silver Spring Director

Scott joined Auburn's Silver Spring team with more than ten years experience working with exceptional learners, having spent time at the Ivymount School and the Katherine Thomas School. He also has experience working to develop and implement ABA behavior plans in and outside of the school setting. In addition to his time spent in the classroom, Mr. Swick has experience working as a respite care provider for students on the Autism spectrum and has spent the last three years working alongside students working to develop and integrate both community based and social skills. Scott obtained a dual degree/certification in American Studies and Elementary Education from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, where he graduated with High Honors.