Improving communication with our Wareham families is a goal of our district and I need your help.
If you could share this link and encourage participation as I am seeking input on how we can further bridge communication between our schools, parents/guardians, and community.
By completing this brief survey, your voice will be heard. I appreciate your help and look forward to sharing all the great things that are happening in our schools.
Michelle Montrond in her 35 year career as an educator in the Wareham Public Schools, has been an integral part of the education of Wareham’s students, in and out of her second grade classroom. This year Michelle will retire after an outstanding career in teaching.
Whether Michelle is working on a committee or dealing with a daily issue at school, she truly cares about getting people to work together. She has a talent for seeing a problem from another person’s point of view. When things get tense, a clever or funny comment from her puts everyone at ease. People listen to what she has to say because they know she speaks with honesty and integrity.
Michelle has contributed tirelessly to her profession and community throughout her 35 year career in her hometown of Wareham. Her dedication demonstrates all the wonderful attributes that made her this year’s winner of the Loretta Quinlan Award, the highest honor given to a teacher in Plymouth County. Congratulations, Michelle! The very best of wishes!
To download the informational packet, click here.
Spring has finally arrived and so has the Calendar, Digest, and Newsletter from John W. Decas Elementary!!!!
To download the May Calendar for events happening at Decas Elementary, click here.
To download the Decas Digest, click here.
To download Full Steam Ahead, click here.
To find information regarding Preschool Screenings for Peer Partners, click here!