Charlie Delaney

Co-Director & STEM Teacher

Charlie Delany brings to EBS experience in many different fields. These experiences range from working in the automotive industry as a technician at a Ford dealership, to extracting microbial DNA from deer ticks to help understand the ecology of Lyme disease. Becoming a teacher has always been a goal for Charlie, and after graduating from Lyndon State College with a B.S in Sustainability Studies, he set his sights on achieving that goal.  Charlie has been teaching at EBS for nearly four years now and is looking forward to many more years in the classroom. When not in the little blue schoolhouse, he can be found working on his farm and spending as much time as possible with his wife, son, and two dogs.

Megan Durling

Co-Director & Humanities Teacher

A native New Englander, Megan spent the last decade exploring America's cultural and natural richness while teaching through-out the country.  After earning her B.A. in Anthropology and Environmental Studies from Mount Holyoke College, she began her education career with Teach for America in the Mississippi Delta. She then took a brief hiatus for graduate school at St. John's College before relocating to teach science and philosophy in Phoenix, AZ.  Seeking  both family and rainfall, she and her husband have returned to the East Coast along with their two dogs, where they look forward to settling down and enjoying everything the NEK has to offer.  Outside of EBS, Megan can be found gardening, exploring the area's hiking trails with her family, and training in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.


Sean Dobbin, President
Hannah Pearce, Secretary &         Vice President
Johnny Lotti, Treasurer
Dan Markam
Kristen Langlais
Katie Willard