Since joining the faculty of the Remington Middle School, June has enjoyed her work as a middle school science teacher. In addition to classroom teaching she has been, at various times, the school’s science specialist, the science coordinator, the science curriculum chairperson, and a science mentor to many new teachers. She has been directly involved with several out-of-district programs such as Tuft University’s Wright Center, LIFT2, EDC’s Science Mentoring Program, and Project ABLE. June served on the statewide MCAS Assessment Development Committee, has provided professional development for district teachers, and presented at regional science conferences.
June earned a BA from the University of Michigan, an MAT from Simmons College, and many additional credits for STEM-related subjects. In 2006 she received the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching from President Bush and the National Science Foundation.