WOBURN – Superintendent Matthew Crowley is pleased to share that Woburn Public Schools welcomed new teachers to the District during an orientation program this week.
In total, 40 new teachers attended the orientation on Aug. 29 and 30.
The new teachers learned about Woburn Public Schools and the community, and toured the buildings within the District.
Additionally, teachers met their District mentors and the entire administrative team, learned about available technology in the District, reviewed the District’s strategic plan, and more.
The new teachers also had a chance to socialize with their new colleagues and make connections before the official start of the school year.
“Teacher Orientation is a great way to get new staff members acclimated to the District and the community before the first day of school, and we are so grateful for the enthusiasm that the teachers exhibited during this two-day event,” Superintendent Crowley said. “We wish all the new teachers in Woburn a very warm welcome and a successful school year ahead.”