Superintendent email to families on May 24, responding with reassurance and resources for families to help those who are struggling with the tragic events that occurred in Texas.
Dedham Public Schools announced the appointment of Dr. Sara Stetson as the Dedham Public Schools Assistant Superintendent for Student Services, effective July 1, 2022. Sara was the consensus top choice from a talented field of candidates during her finalist interviews and site visit. We are thrilled that Sara will be able to work with DPS Special Education Director Liza O’Connell in the next few months to coordinate a smooth transition and entry into our district. Please join us in welcoming Dr. Sara Stetson to the Dedham Public Schools community!
Dedham Public Schools will be providing summer academic programming for interested students entering grades 1-8 in the Fall 2022. The July/Aug program will provide up to 3 hours of access to high quality, engaging academic experiences. Breakfast, lunch and transportation will also be included. Additional details including exact dates, hours and fees are coming soon. If you are interested in this kind of programming, please complete this quick form to help us gauge interest and to get you more specific information as soon as its available.
Dedham Public Schools privacy and data policies ensure that the District is ethically and legally protecting student safety and student information, including student work. Protecting students from harm--identity theft, harassment, and unauthorized data collection-- are critical concerns. As an educator, it is our job to ensure our students are protected in this manner. Learn more about our efforts here.
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Each graduate of the Dedham Public Schools (DPS) will confidently pursue personal excellence through continued independent inquiry and learning and exhibit socially responsible decision-making within a dynamic and diverse global community.