Jessica Bolduc is a native of Ware and a Ware High School graduate. She began her teaching career at Cottage Hill Academy, a residential/day treatment program and school for students with social/emotional, behavioral and educational needs. At Cottage Hill, she instructed middle and high school courses in various subjects. Ms. Bolduc then went on to a position in the Ware Public Schools district at Stanley M. Koziol Elementary as a grade 1 special education teacher. Throughout her career at Ware Public Schools, she worked as mentor teacher, K-3 summer school teacher and academic tutor for students in grades 3-6. Ms. Bolduc has also served on various committees, including the Coordinated Program Review Committee and John Collins Writing Programs Sub-Committee. She most recently applied for and secured the Dollar General Youth Literacy Program Grant in order to fund a project targeted at improving foundational literacy skills with students who have been identified as struggling readers.
Jessica Bolduc holds a Bachelor of Education Degree from Westfield State University, majoring in Elementary Education and Liberal studies with a concentration in Spanish. She also holds a Master of Education Degree from Fitchburg State University, majoring in Curriculum and Teaching with a concentration in Special Education.
Ms. Bolduc is also actively involved with Special Olympics Massachusetts, serving on the Games Management Team. She continues to reside in Ware with her daughter, Audrey, and a very special deaf rescue dog, Lilah.