Megan Seelye started at PCCS in fall 2018 as a Special Education 1:1 aide. PCCS offers something different from the traditional schools in which she grew up. She loves the environment PCCS provides for its students and that sustainability is so important to the PCCS community. She has been working in Behavioral Science for about a year and she is a Registered Behavior Technician. She shares that her three kids and a good cup of coffee are what get her up in the morning. Her grandmother was her role model. She was so intelligent and kind.