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2017 - 2018 End of the Year Survey

We would love to hear from you. Let us know how we did this year and what you would like to see here at our awesome school! Follow the link below to take the survey!

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Dear Parents and Guardians,
parent/teacher
conferences on Monday, November 20
th
and
Tuesday, Novembe
r 21
st
(both of these days will be
an
early release at 12:30 pm).
I hope you all have
the opportunity to meet with your child’s teacher.
It is important for you to understand and be
involved in your child’s academic
progr
ess
.
I hope you all have a wonder
ful Thanksgiving break
d have the opportunity to spend time with family
and friends.
Take care,


Dear Wakefield Parents/Guardians and Residents,

As the 2017-2018 school year comes to a close, our attention turns to student safety and security in light of recent school violence.

At the Community Liaison meeting that was held on May 21, we were fortunate to have Police Chief Ventura join our group to discuss how we work together to keep students safe.  A small group of parents and community members heard from the Paul School Principal regarding precautions taken to keep our school building as secure as possible.  Mr. Gregoire spoke of an infra-structure grant that the school was awarded to add some additional items.  Administrators are always open to ideas and suggestions on how to improve what we do, and several of those present suggested security items that could be added.

The main focus of the liaison meeting was consideration of adding a School Resource Officer (SRO) to the Paul School.  SROs are police officers specially trained to work in schools who focus on proactively protecting students, staff and families.   Chief Ventura spoke of the importance of an officer who fits into a K-8 school environment.  This would be an officer who was approachable, so that students and staff felt that he or she was there to address their concerns.

SAU and Paul School administrators are supportive of an SRO.  Chief Ventura explained that the position would be funded by both the Paul School and the Wakefield Police Department for a fixed period of time.  While we all hope that school violence will cease to be a concern at some future date, it is time to take every precaution we can in the interim to ensure our students feel safe at school.

The next Community Liaison meeting on June 11 will focus on bullying and cyberbullying.  The Director of Student Services and Assistant Principal have been working together to ensure that the Paul School has protocols and procedures in place that work for Wakefield K-8 students.  The liaison meeting is a time to receive input from parents and community members on what more can be done.  The Paul School has a positive climate and culture, but administration is always looking to enhance our efforts to keep students safe.

Sincerely,
Christine Tyrie
Superintendent, Wakefield School District

 


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Congratulations to all our Wakefield students who will be graduating this June.  We have so many young people at the Paul School, Spaulding High School, Kingswood Regional High School, etc.  who inspire us to give our best efforts to our students.

Thanks to staff and families who educate and support our young and future leaders.

 

 

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