Monarch School of New England Appoints Paul Lynch to Board of Directors
ROCHESTER – The Monarch School of New England is pleased to announce the appointment of Paul Lynch to the organization’s Board of Directors. As a member of the board, Lynch will actively offer guidance and support for the Monarch School of New England's commitment to fostering a nurturing and inclusive learning environment. His involvement will extend into community, as he shares the school's values and accomplishments as an ambassador for the school.
“It is an honor to join the Board. Every time I visit, I’m inspired to see students with significant challenges being provided with an outstanding education and the support they need to become the best they can,” said Lynch. “The staff at the school really care, and are truly committed to helping every student succeed.”
A graduate of Spaulding High School and Rochester resident, Lynch currently works at Hubbell. He and his family are actively involved in the community, supporting a number of local organizations and nonprofits. He recently stepped down from the Rochester School Board after 12 years of service, six of which he served as Chairman.
“We are delighted that Paul accepted our invitation to join Monarch’s Board,” said President Jean Parsons. “He’s demonstrated a genuine commitment to our students over the years, participating in a number of school events like our golf tournament, touch-a-truck, and other programmatic activities. And his extensive knowledge of educational systems, developed through his leadership on the Rochester School Board, will be a great benefit for our school.”
About the Monarch School of New England: The Monarch School of New England is a nonprofit day school for students 5-22 years of age with significant disabilities. The school supports students with special needs to reach their greatest potential, through a comprehensive approach which integrates both education and therapy, ensuring successful transitions to school and the community. In 2024, the school celebrates 50 years of creating unlimited possibilities for students with special needs. To learn more, visit: monarchschoolne.org.