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My name is Doug Wentworth and I have been working as a mental health counselor in public education since 1995.  Prior to my work in schools, I worked in day programs, out-patient settings and residential facilities. 

I am excited to be on the team at RCS.  My goal is to support the students, families, and faculty in making the educational experience exceptional.  Children and teens have many challenges in today’s world and I feel it is my job to assist and support them in meeting these.  I offer services through classes, small groups and individual sessions. Examples include classes for social skill development, small groups to tackle issues related to anxiety or peer conflict, and individual sessions for students who need a little more in the way of support and encouragement.  There are also plans in the works for a peer mentoring program where students can offer support to each other in a variety of ways.


Please contact me at the school with any concerns or questions.

Doug Wentworth
School Adjustment Counselor

Michael Vecchia
School Psychologist


My name is Cristina Lenfest and I was delighted to join the Richmond Consolidated Team in September of 2015.  I received my nursing degree from Berkshire Community College in 2012.  Prior to becoming a school nurse, I received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Massachusetts in 2001.  I worked many years in the pharmaceutical industry specializing in therapeutic areas of eczema, allergic rhinitis, hypertension, and diabetes.  I believe in building long lasting and trusting relationships with the students and their respective families.   Please don’t ever hesitate to call me with any questions or concerns.  I will be happy to speak with you at anytime.

Cristina Lenfest BSN, RN

School Nurse


Kimberley Kuster
Reading Specialist

Teaching students to become better readers and writers has been Kim’s career and watching them blossom into confident and enthusiastic learners is her passion.

For the past eight years at an independent school, Kim had the opportunity to work with students individually and in small groups to help students acquire necessary literacy skills and to boost their confidence to reach success. Watching students become more confident in themselves and their learning is what drives Kim every single day. Prior to teaching, Kim spent ten years working in the insurance industry.

Kim earned a B.S. in Business Management from Springfield College, Elementary Education Teacher Certification from Roger Williams University, M.S. in Education (Moderate Disabilities) and Reading Specialist licensure from Bay Path University, and is level one certified in the Wilson Reading System. A forever-learner, Kim continues to attend workshops and trainings to enhance and improve her knowledge and teaching.

Kim resides in Williamstown with her husband, Steve, and their son, Tate, 15 years old, and they recently dropped their son, Cole, 18 years old, off at college for his freshman year. During spare time, Kim loves watching her boys compete in the pool and fields in their numerous sports, traveling, reading, taking long walks with friends, spending summers at the beach and enjoying family and friends in the beautiful Berkshires

Kim is thrilled to be part of the Richmond community!


Mrs. Holcomb has her masters in speech/language pathology from UMASS Amherst.  Her twins, Joshua and Olivia, are in high school.  In her free time, she enjoys visiting family in Rhode Island.

Tracy Holcomb
Speech & Language Pathologist


Mr. Lamke is an occupational therapist at Richmond School. He holds a Bachelor’s degree from Springfield College in health sciences and a Master’s degree in occupational therapy from Columbia University in New York City. Prior to starting at Richmond, Mr. Lamke worked for 3 years in a charter school in New York City called East Harlem Scholars Academy. Mr. Lamke is a RCS graduate and attended the school from Pre-K - 8th grade. In his free time, he enjoys activities such as skiing, golfing, disc golfing, basketball and playing video games.

Devin Lamke
Occupational Therapist


Mr. Bell-Devaney is a special education teacher at RCS. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Alberta, Canada and a Masters of Special Education and a CAGS in school leadership from American International College in Springfield, MA.


In his free time, he enjoys travelling, painting, skating and mountain biking.

Geoff Bell-Devaney
Math Interventionist

Sharon Renfrew

Sharon Renfrew
Reading & Math Interventionist


Mrs. Sharon Renfrew has been a teacher for over 28 years. She loves teaching children to explore their world through lessons in geography, history, science, math and literacy. Mrs. Renfrew’s love of books, world travel and her study of local science helps bring excitement to her classrooms. She also works as a Curriculum Support teacher, developing lesson plans and classroom projects, and working with teachers to implement Common Core State Standards in English and Math, Science and Social Studies at Richmond Consolidated School. Mrs. Renfrew serves as the English Language Coordinator for the school district.

Mrs. Renfrew holds a Bachelor’s degree in Education from MCLA in North Adams, MA, a Bachelor’s degree from Youngstown State University in Social Work, and a Master’s degree in Education in curriculum development with a special focus in writing and literacy from Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. She also has logged dozens of graduate courses in History, Social Planning, Community Organization, and Economics from the University of Minnesota, Fitchburg State College, Endicott College and Western New England College.

Mrs. Renfrew is married to Dr. Bruce Renfrew and is the proud mother of two adult children. During summer months, she loves taking classes in History and Science, reading great literature and listening for the announcement of the loons that their babies have hatched at Miles Pond in Vermont.


Betsy Kellogg
Physical Therapist

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