Student Support Team

Deandra Alleyne, Grades K-1 Academic Intervention Services

Ms. Alleyne received her B.S.in Movement and Sport Studies with a concentration in Physical Education from Springfield College, and her M.A.T.in Elementary Education from Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, CT. She holds a Provisional Licensure issued by the State of Connecticut. This is her tenth year teaching, and second year at Harlem Link. She believes that brilliance exists in every child and is excited to begin working with and serving the teachers, parents, and scholars of the Harlem Link community.

Charlotte Denoyer, Interim Grades 4-5 Academic Intervention Services

Ms. Denoyer received her B.S. in Business Administration and Leadership Studies from the University of Richmond, and her M.A. in Childhood Education from Fordham University. She has her certification to teach Grades 1-6 from New York. This is her third year teaching, and second year at Harlem Link. She is an avid cook and talented athlete, but you can always find her with her nose in a good fiction book!

Ljiljana Dimitrijevic, Occupational Therapist

Ljiljana Dimitrijevic earned her M.A. in Occupational Therapy from New York University. She has been working as an occupational therapist for 21 years, and this is her eleventh year with Harlem Link. She loves yoga and skiing.

Christina Dunn, Grades 2-3 Academic Intervention Services

Ms. Dunn earned her B.A. in Marketing and Spanish from the University of Notre Dame in 2007 and her M.A. in Education from Pace University in New York in 2009. She has her certification to teach K-6 from New York State. This is her eleventh year of teaching and her seventh here at Harlem Link Charter School. She loves reading and meeting with her book club friends and has just recently started a cooking club!

Javier Martinez, Grades 2-5 Social Worker

Bio coming soon!

Aryel Newmark, Speech and Language Therapist

Bio coming soon!

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“Harlem Link is fulfilling its mission to 'graduate articulate scholars who will meet or exceed New York State Performance Standards.'”

(SUNY renewal report, 2013)