Seeing what works in local schools

Aug 11, 2017 by

HAWAII STATE REPRESENTATIVE Justin Woodson was in town yesterday at the suggestion of the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. According to Supt. of Schools Dr. Kim Smith, he and others toured the Galvin Middle School and the Greenwood School as a way of "contrasting new and old facilities that host consistent, high quality curriculum, instruction and technology." From the left are Greenwood School Principal Deb Collura, Wakefield School Committee Chairman Rob Tiro, Galvin Principal Adam Colantuoni, Assistant Supt. of Schools Doug Lyons, School Committee member Anne Fortier, Town Administrator Stephen P. Maio, Supt. Kim Smith, Justin Woodson and Wakefield Memorial High Principal Rich Metropolis. (Keith Curtis Photo)

HAWAII STATE REPRESENTATIVE Justin Woodson was in town yesterday at the suggestion of the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. According to Supt. of Schools Dr. Kim Smith, he and others toured the Galvin Middle School and the Greenwood School as a way of “contrasting new and old facilities that host consistent, high quality curriculum, instruction and technology.” From the left are Greenwood School Principal Deb Collura, Wakefield School Committee Chairman Rob Tiro, Galvin Principal Adam Colantuoni, Assistant Supt. of Schools Doug Lyons, School Committee member Anne Fortier, Town Administrator Stephen P. Maio, Supt. Kim Smith, Justin Woodson and Wakefield Memorial High Principal Rich Metropolis. (Keith Curtis Photo)

Published in the August 11, 2017 edition.

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