New AFS Fellows on campus
6th September 2018
In early September, the American Farm School and Perrotis College welcomed the new American fellows for the Academic Year 2018-2019.
A few words about them:
Augusta Catherin-Sauer, or Gusty, born in Idaho, USA, studied Environmental Science and will be working at the Perrotis College Student Life Office.
Abigail Lehner from Colorado has graduated from the University of New York with specialization in Biology and Chemistry and will teach English. She is looking forward to learn more about Greece and introduce to the students elements of her own culture.
William Weber from Washington is a Kenyon College graduate. He has studied American tradition and music. This year, he will be helping the Primary School students with English and he is also hoping to bring his passion for music into the classroom.
Kate Dietrich-Manion has graduated from Trinity College and specializes in International Relations and Spanish Language. She is very excited for the coming year and will be at the side of the Secondary School students as the new Student Life and College Counseling Fellow, helping and guiding those who wish to study abroad.
Molly McConnell a former fellow will be in the School for a second consecutive year, this time as a Writing Fellow; she will continue her work with Secondary Education and College students, teaching English to those who wish to study abroad.