Elizabeth Pierce-Fortin is a graduate of Wilton High School and The University of Connecticut where she earned a B.A. in Special Education and a M.A. in Math and Computer Education. She has lived in Missouri (St. Louis), California (Woodland Hills), Connecticut (Wilton, Woodstock and Pomfret), Georgia (Atlanta), and now resides in Pomfret, Connecticut.
In the past she has taught Special Education at Pomfret Community School and Palmetto High School (Georgia), Mathematics at Mansfield Middle School, Tolland High School, and Pomfret Community School, and is currently teaching Computer classes for grades 3-8 here at Pomfret Community School. In addition to teaching students, Mrs.
Pierce-Fortin also consults with and trains teachers here at PCS, assists teachers in the integration of technology within the regular curricula, and writes grants to obtain funding for technology and technology related professional development. She is a member of the Technology Committee, the Professional Development Committee,
The Strategic Planning Committee, the School Building Committee, and is Team Leader for the Middle School.
When she is not here at school, you can find her at home with her
two children. In her spare time she likes to bake,
attend plays and concerts, travel, and play board games.