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Ann Meyer

Ann Meyer, the new principal at Miscoe Hill School.



On June 17, Ann Meyer will begin her new job as principal of Miscoe Hill School. Meyer will be replacing outgoing Principal Roseanne Kurposka.

A Woonsocket native, Meyer has lived in Mendon for the last 18 years. She attended The University of Rhode Island, where she earned a bachelors degree in Microbial Genetics and a Masters in Microbiology and Genetics. She began her career working at Children's Hospital heading up the genetics lab.

After staying home to be with her children when they were young, she began volunteering in the classroom and ended up as a volunteer science teacher at the old Clough School. She was able to teach science given her educational background. Meyer was also President of the PTO.

At the urging of some Clough teachers, Meyer went back to school and received her middle school certification and elementary certification all from Framingham State College. She worked part-time at Miscoe teaching sixth grade for three years. Encouraged by then Superintendent Paul Daigle, Meyer earned her Masters in Administration at Worcester State College and was appointed Assistant Principal of Miscoe five years ago. She also served as the Chairman of the Building Committee for the rebuild of Clough School.

Meyer is very excited to be the new Principal of Miscoe and to work with the students and faculty in a new capacity. She loves the members of her staff and feels confident that they will work well together.

Her first priority as principal will be to focus on the curriculum, so that all the staff will be moving in the same curriculum direction and understand the new state standards as they become available.

She went on to explain that the "budget is the budget and that won't be used as an excuse. Every child at Miscoe will be pushed to exceed." She will try to realign the schedule a much as possible in order to keep class sizes down.

Another theme of her administration will be respect. Meyer explained that students need to respect themselves, the curriculum and the staff.

Looking forward to beginning her job, Meyer said the students will have a great educational and social year.




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