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Tewksbury School Committee Honors Retiring Teachers, Staff

Veteran educators are thanked for their many years of service.

and administration recently paid tribute to 20 educators, adminstrators and support staff who are retiring at the end of the school year.

The retirees were honored with a reception and and public acknoledgment at the start of the May 23 School Committee meeting

praised the retirees for the numerous contributions to the Tewksbury Public Schools and noted the hundreds of years of experience that would be lost with their retirements.

Among those retiring is Assistant Superintendent Loreen Bradley. O'Connor said a search for Bradley's replacement has been ongoing and that a candidate is expected to be named soon.

The list of 2012 retirees includes:

  • Loreen Bradley, assistant superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction
  • Patricia Mondello, world language teacher
  • Elaine Senechal, biology/chemistry teacher
  • Ginamarie Talford, humanities teacher
  • Nancy Farrey-Forsyth, special education teacher
  • Judith Hopkins, Nurse
  • Rosanne Kolack, special education teacher
  • Joanna Krainski, math teacher
  • Susan Scofield, physical education teacher
  • Elaine Ciccolella, classroom instructional aide
  • Eileen Mahoney, secretary
  • Kathleen Ford, Kindergarten teacher
  • Linda Malone, art teacher
  • Denise Morandi, Grade 3 teacher
  • William Catherwood, custodian
  • Charles Coughlin, custodian
  • Henry Dewing, custodian
  • Richard Fallon, custodian
  • Donald Page, custodian
  • Joseph Rice, custodian

 

SAM June 08, 2012 at 01:52 AM
Dr, Patricia Lally, currently the high school principal, was named Asst. Superintendent. It has already been published in the Town Crier last week.
SD From T-Bury June 21, 2012 at 02:01 PM
To all of the retirees, thank you for your service to our children! To Mrs. Ford, you made our Daughter's Kindergarten experience so wonderful! She still glows about her time with you! You were always such a great support to her through her K-2 years and your lessons, no doubt, will stay with her for a lifetime. I speak from experience, since my Kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Hartcourt, still echoes in my life almost 40 years later. Thank you for all you've done for the kids of Tewksbury. May you have a happy, healthy and fun retirement. You deserve it :-)
Mrs. Kravitz June 22, 2012 at 12:37 AM
Three of my children had Mrs. Morandi. North Street will be missing their best teacher in the fall. She is an awesome teacher!

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