Jean Arturi (left) and Lydia Icke (far right), Parent Education co-chairs, with recent PTO speaker David McCullough and his wife, Janice
SCHOOL COMMITTEE NEWS
Danielle Black issued a notice of thanks to those who volunteered for the Superintendent Search Subcommittee. 47 expressions of interest were received. The members of the Superintendent Search Subcommittee were announced:
Margaret Allard, Faculty - Elementary
Danielle Black, School Committee
Cynthia Mahr, Central Administration
Sean McHugh, Faculty - Secondary
Marion Packs, Parent – Secondary
Anthony Parker, Building Principal
Monique Burns Thompson, Parent - Elementary
Rosemary Tomaso, School Committee
This subcommittee will recommend the list of finalists for the Superintendent position to the School Committee. That recommendation will take place at a public School Committee meeting currently scheduled for early January. Once that recommendation is presented, the finalists will visit our district. At that time, there will be an opportunity for members of the school community to meet with the finalists. To find out more click here to read the full article.
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Dear Families and Friends,
We support teachers in and outside of the classroom through extensive volunteering that includes organizing back to school nights, planning teacher appreciations events, chaperoning field trips and much more.
We find PhD scientists and mathematicians to work on fractals and biology experiments with our high school students and organize day-long science fairs and evening science workshops for our elementary students.
We bring in professional performing artists and artists-in-residence who work hand-in-hand with students on school-wide projects such as weavings and murals.
We help teach our children about giving back to their communities through outreach to local groups such as Bristol Lodge and the Blue Hill Boys & Girls Club.
We bring in nationally recognized speakers on important issues such as grit and resilience in children through our Parent Education series.
We keep you informed through Westword about the important information you need to know about our schools.
We support our teachers so they can do what they do best – educate our children to the highest possible standards while encouraging individual growth, creativity and a passion for learning.
The PTO is you, and we need your energy and ideas to continue to support and sustain excellence in our schools.
If you are not yet a PTO member, please email us today and join the hundreds of Weston parents who already are. Please join – and volunteer – today.
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