Below you can find the professional biographies of each of our Guidance & Student Services staff members.  Our phone numbers are listed below as well.  If you would like to send us an email, please use the links to the left:

Team Chairperson of 
Special Education 

Mr. Ed Storey

978-692-4711 ext. 11126
Mr. Storey grew up in England and began teaching in the English public school system in 2002. He earned his post-graduate certificate of education degree at The University of the West of England in 2003 after having internships at high schools in England and Wales. He left England in 2003 to teach English Literature at Shanghai High School International Division in China for two years. Upon moving to America in 2005, Mr. Storey was an ELA teacher, one-to-one tutor, Varsity Soccer Head Coach, Assistant Houseparent, and Assistant Residential Coordinator at Landmark High School in Prides Crossing, MA from 2005-2015. It was during this time that he earned a Masters Of Science in Special Education at Simmons College in Boston. He has called Nahsoba Valley Technical High School his home since 2015 and  has served as both an Inclusion and Small Group English Teacher, Academic Liaison, and the Boys Varsity Soccer Head Coach. He was honored to win Teacher of the Year for the 2016/2017 school year and Coach of the Year in 2018.  Mr. Storey took over the role of Team Chair at Nashoba Valley Technical High School in 2018. He has a 'Student First' philosophy and strives to ensure that all of his students have the necessary services in place so that they can be successful at The Tech and beyond. 
Guidance Counselor (A-F)
Ms. Jessica Lamond

978-692-4711 ext. 11120
Ms. Lamond is the current guidance counselor at Nashoba Valley Technical High School, serving students with the last names beginning with A-F.  Ms. Lamond joined the faculty at Nashoba Tech in 2013. She graduated from Rivier University with her Masters of Education in School Counseling in 2013. For her undergraduate education, she went to the University of Massachusetts Amherst and earned a Bachelors of Arts in Communications. Prior to working as a Guidance Counselor, Ms. Lamond worked with at-risk youth as a case manager in Lawrence, Massachusetts at a non-profit organization for four years. She also served one year with the nationally-recognized AmeriCorps program as a full-time volunteer. Ms.Lamond looks forward to building upon the relationships that she created with her students from last year and meeting the incoming freshmen.

Guidance Counselor (G-N)
Mr. Aaron Spencer

978-692-4711 ext. 11116

Mr. Spencer joined the Nashoba Valley Technical High School Guidance Department in 2014. He earned his Master of Education in School Counseling from Cambridge College in 2008. Mr. Spencer began working in student services in 2001 after earning his Bachelors Degree in History at Fitchburg State University. During this time, he has served students through teaching and counseling at the high school, community college, and university level. In addition to his work at Nashoba Valley Tech, he is also a college adjunct faculty member. Mr. Spencer serves students with the last names beginning with G-N.

Guidance Counselor (O-Z)
Mr. Jonathan Nardi-Williams

978-692-4711 ext. 11119

Mr. Nardi-Williams is the current guidance counselor at Nashoba Valley Technical High School, serving students with the last names beginning with O-Z.  He joined the Nashoba Tech Staff in 2014, after completing four years serving as a middle school guidance counselor in Westford.  Prior to relocating from New York to Massachusetts, Mr. Nardi-Williams received his Master of Science Degree in School Counseling from Long Island University - CW Post Campus, his Master of Arts in Social Studies Education from Adelphi University, where he also earned his Bachelor of Arts in History and Psychology.  He has been working in public schools since 2007 teaching and counseling in elementary, middle, and high school settings throughout New York & Massachusetts.  He has also held several university level jobs and enjoyed two consecutive summers working for the EXPLORATION Summer Program at Wellesley College as a teacher and residential director.  He looks forward to his work at the Tech, each and every day.

School Psychologist
Ms. Melissa Gilgun

978-692-4711 ext. 11121
Ms. Melissa Gilgun is the school psychologist at Nashoba Valley Technical High School, serving students in all four grade levels.  She joined the NVTHS student services team in 2013, after working ten years as a school psychologist in Tewksbury.   In addition to having earned her Certificate in Advanced Graduate Study at the University of Massachusetts-Boston, Ms. Gilgun holds a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Boston College and is a licensed mental health counselor.  She is a co-coordinator for the School Threat Assessment and Response System (STARS) Crisis Response Team, which provides state-wide crisis intervention services to participating school districts.  In addition to providing emotional and behavioral support to students at NVTHS, Ms. Gilgun evaluates students for special education and consults with teachers, administrative staff, and parents/guardians on a wide variety of social, emotional, and academic issues.