• School Council

    School Councils were established in compliance with the Education Reform Act of 1993 for the purpose of advising the principal in identifying the educational needs of students, formulating a school improvement plan based upon school and system goals, and participating in a review of the annual school budget proposal.  The Council meets at least once a month, and there may be occasional subcommittee meetings to work on specific action items. The parent members of the Council are elected by parents of a particular school for a term of up to three years.  The only prerequisite for election and membership to the Council is to be the parent of a student in that school. The School Council is charged with preparing and implementing an annual School Improvement Plan.
     
     
    James Donovan –  Principal and co-chair -- jimdonovan@duxbury.k12.ma.us
    Kristin Rappe - parent & co-chair
    Jenn Quinlan - parent
    Coleen Slocum – parent
    Martha Dennison - parent
    Cara Clelland - parent
    Nick Tatarka - faculty
    Aggie Coleman - faculty
    Derrick Nelson - faculty
    TBA - faculty
    Campbell Johnston - student
    Wes Moran - student
    Candy Weiler - community member
     

    Below is an email address available to DHS school community members for communication with the School Council.  When conveying a question or concern, please be appropriate with language and tone.  

     
    All meetings are held in the DHS Library (3rd Floor) at Duxbury High School from 4:30-6:00 PM
     
    Public Comment
    At every meeting there is an opportunity for members of the community to address concerns about policy, budget or administrative matters, or to share ideas about how we can work together to improve the Duxbury Public Schools.   The Comments from the Public section of the meeting is an opportunity for members of the community to address issues of concern about policy, budget, or administrative matters or share ideas about how we can work together to improve the Duxbury Public Schools.  We value your input and respect divergent views; we only ask that you limit your remarks to two minutes and refrain from airing grievances with individual members of the school community.