Teacher, advocate, ambassador, legend: ‘The Ms. Naccach experience’ has made all the difference

If it were a city, it would be a big one – like New York.  Its Times Square would be the spot where the ground floors of the James and the Burns buildings intersect.  It is from a tiny, windowless office in that precise location that Selma Naccach-Hoff has chaired Central’s English department for roughly half of her 45-year career as a teacher and mentor to thousands of Manchester kids.  It is from this perspective that she has watched the rich pageant of four generations of American high school students march by day after day. READ MORE