Casey Mulchay ’13

Currently I work part time as a teacher in a child care center and am a full time graduate student at Suffolk University in Boston. I will be finishing my first of two years in the Masters in Mental Health Counseling program. Next year I’ll add on an internship working throughout Boston Public Schools counseling […]

Lynn White ’59

Lynn has just published a book on the “Rural Roots of Reform before China’s Conservative Change*, available in either hardcover or paperback. Routledge, the publisher, offers this link at which the full text may be viewed by anyone for a few weeks. The book is dedicated to my students and teachers, including those whom I […]

Carolyn Reed Kirkpatrick ’86

In September, Doug and I attended the Next Peak gathering in Ojai and enjoyed catching up with so many Thacher friends, including classmate Sarah O’Brien and family, and former teacher Betty Saunders. Our older son Liam graduated from Thacher in June, and our younger son Colin is now a junior. We are currently living Ojai, […]

Eugene Lewis ’93

I want to thank all my ridiculously transcendent teachers from Thacher. In particular, there is one visiting teacher, Diana Nieves-Miranda, who should know how much she has meant to my life of music and service. I am teaching voice lessons and singing here and there, mostly in and around Portland, Oregon. I am a program […]

Michael Jones ’73

Thanks to Mr. Shagam, I decided before leaving Thacher to become a teacher. After a few years as classroom teacher and assistant principal, I have spent the last 25 years as principal of Alianza Charter School. It has been a great experience, and I have been most fortunate to work with a wonderful community of […]

Ella M. Moench ’00

North and I are still living in Venice Beach and working for the Crossroads School. I am loving being a middle school science teacher and the beginning of the new school year. We had an incredible summer of travel in the Pacific Northwest including mountaineering in the North Cascades and my first 10K race. Hope […]