LETTERS

School Committee's 'best decision'

Posted 9/2/21

To the Editor:

After three decades of working in the school system I recognize this moment.

A School Committee meeting for the ages?

Who knew?

The absolute best decision …

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LETTERS

School Committee's 'best decision'

Posted

To the Editor:

After three decades of working in the school system I recognize this moment.

A School Committee meeting for the ages?

Who knew?

The absolute best decision I’ve ever witnessed?

If you use and have common sense, good things can happen?

A school is not about the bricks it is about the people working in it?

Nobody heard that seismic shift this summer at School Committee meetings for Warwick Veterans Middle School?

This summer the central administration put new administrators at Veterans MS. (Good luck to Joe, Michelle, Mike and Troy.) It is just the right stroke of genius and common sense at this time for the Warwick Public Schools. Superintendent Dambruch and Assistant Superintendent McCaffrey deserve all the credit.

I predict morale will soar at Veterans Middle School in the upcoming years, and what a school it will be soon thanks to the new administration’s common-sense decisions. No doubt, if all the best workers align with the best leadership this school will flourish. What a moment for the Warwick Schools, and I’m glad for all of us.

If the School Committee is reading this, they may be surprised to find out they approved their best decision. A common-sense decision, that is good for kids. Now you know that one of the best schools in the state is happening here in Warwick.

George J. Landrie Jr. 

Warwick

Vets, adminstration

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