Member recognized for work with families

Angelina Rossetto, right, poses for a photo with Terry Ohlson-Martin of New Hampshire Family Voices and Michelle Lewis of the Parent Information Center. Rossetto, a Juvenile Probation and Parole Officer, was being honored for her work in supporting family engagement across New Hampshire.

Congratulations are in order for Angelina Rossetto, an SEA member and Juvenile Probation and Parole Officer (JPPO) at the Littleton District Office, who was recently recognized for her efforts in supporting family engagement across New Hampshire. 

The honor came from the Parent Information Center (PIC) at its 11th Annual Family Engagement Recognition ceremony on Oct. 3. As the organization noted, Rossetto has made a significant, positive impact on improving family involvement to support children’s education, health, and well-being. 

Rossetto is a member of Chapter 34, and currently serves as chapter treasurer and as a councilor.

The event coincided with Family Engagement Month, which is sponsored by PIC and New Hampshire Family Voices, and promotes collaboration among parents, schools, healthcare providers, and communities. Candidates were selected based on their contributions to the NH Family-School-Community partnership standards during the 2018-19 school year, which include effective communication, supporting children’s success, collaborating as a community, shared decision-making, welcoming all families, and child advocacy.

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