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Quaboag Hills Substance Use Alliance Survey
03/29/2018
Quaboag Hills Substance Use Alliance asking parents to fill out the following survey
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Ware Public Schools
2nd Annual WJSHS Talent Show
03/01/2018
Thursday, April 5th 6-8 pm in the WJSHS Auditorium
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Budget
School Year 2017-2018 Budget
02/01/2018
Attached is the 2017 - 2018 School Year Budget
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Grade 8 D.C. Trip Signup!
01/24/2018
Click Here for Instructions & Information regarding the trip on June 5-8th 2018
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Timothy V. Simons
"WARE" Are They Now? Timothy V. Simons
01/15/2018
1986 graduate of Ware High School
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A Delman Teacher of The Month
Congratulations Mrs. Delman: Country Bank November Teacher of the Month
01/09/2018
I am nominating Mrs. Delman on behalf of my daughter. I have seen how she interacts with her students and her classroom is phenomenal.
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Family Survey
Family Survey
01/08/2018
The Ware Public Schools are committed to continuously improving the education provided to all students in our community. Feedback from parents and community members is a critical part of that process. With that in mind the district has created the survey below on a variety of issues in order to gather the perspective of the people we serve.
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Superintendent's Message
 
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 February 2018

Dear Ware Public Schools Learning Community:

News of another senseless act of violence within a school setting at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida finds our learning community sending thoughts and prayers to everyone within this learning community during this tragic time.  When such a tragedy occurs it forces us to reflect on our readiness to respond in case of an incident/emergency.   With our safety chairperson and SRO, Officer Jeannine Bonnayer, along with all administration, public safety officials and the staff in all buildings we are committed to our number one goal of the safety and well-being of students, faculty and staff.  We will continue to practice and train our safety protocols with due diligence in the hopes that we will never need to implement them.  Please remind your child/ren if they see or hear something to say something to an adult.  Whether it be in the halls, on the playground, or on social media.  Parents, if you have any questions, please feel free to contact building Administration, Officer Bonnayer, or the Superintendent with any safety concern. 

To ensure our students are emotionally safe when dealing with these events you can refer to the American Psychological Association for assistance:  http://www.apa.org/topics/violence/school-shooting.aspx.  Please let me know if we can assist you in any way.

Respectfully,

Dr. Marlene A. DiLeo

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