Library Staff

List of 5 members.

  • Claudette Hovasse 

    Director of Library Services
    Phone: 203-439-7155
    Central CT State University - BA
    Southern CT State University - MLS
    Southington High School
  • Eva Norinne Betjemann 

    Associate Director for Library Communications and Program Development
    Phone: 203-439-7252
    Southern CT State University - M.S.
    Old Dominion University - M.A.
    Virginia Wesleyan College - B.A.
    Stonington High School
  • Leslie Hutchison 

    Communications/Archives
    Phone: 203-439-7452
    Stephen F. Austin State University - BA
    Corpus Christi State University - Graduate Studies
  • Shereen Edelson 

    Library Assistant
    Phone: 203-439-7244
    Mount Holyoke College, B.A. English; Hofstra U. School of Law, J.D.
  • Erica Maher 

    Library Assistant
    Phone: 203-439-7244
    Marist College - B.P.S.

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  • Reading Challenge

    Cheshire Academy students, faculty, and staff please help the Library reach its goal of reading one million pages by May, 2018. Use this form to track your progress. 

Library Events

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  • Library opens

    Location: Library
  • Make Spirit Posters in the Library

    Location: Library
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Cheshire Academy
10 Main Street
Cheshire, Connecticut 06410

MAIN PHONE: 203-272-5396
MAIN FAX: 203-250-7209
ADMISSION OFFICE: 203-439-7250
ADMISSION FAX: 203-439-7601
ATHLETICS OFFICE: 203-439-7242 
DEVELOPMENT OFFICE: 203-439-7307
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About Cheshire Academy

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  • The Student-Centered Private School in Connecticut.

    Cheshire Academy is a boarding school in Connecticut that challenges students in grades 9-12 and Post Grad to discover and hone their unique talents. This college preparatory school offers personalized learning opportunities like the Roxbury Academic Support Program and the IB Program. Artists can benefit from the Art Major program, while high school athletes can benefit from competitive athletics. Overall, students at the private school are encouraged to become culturally sensitive and internationally minded, and develop the critical thinking skills, confidence, and character that enable them to succeed in college and as citizens of a global society. 
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