Letter: Gresh announces re-election bid to Ipswich School Committee
GateHouse News Service
Posted Jan 22, 2013 @ 10:22 AM
The year 2013 will usher in some very exciting developments for Ipswich’s Public Schools. We will be hiring a new superintendent. Our teachers and education staffers will have the opportunity to create, annually, both small and large projects solely targeted at enhancing the education of students. And with the input of a cross-section of the community — parents, teachers, specialists in information technology et al — we will be addressing how to transform the school’s IT infrastructure to help teachers and students take full advantage of unprecedented new learning opportunities via the Internet.
Three years ago, you honored me by electing me as a member of the Ipswich School Committee. I thank you for this privilege. Today, I am announcing my bid for re-election. And if re-elected, I will continue to represent you by listening to your concerns and ideas and speaking out on your behalf.
My background, as many of you know, includes my work as a teacher (high school and college), a freelance journalist, and for the past 12 years, as an executive speechwriter and communications lead for IBM’s Global Public Sector. A graduate of La Salle University (B.A. English), Manhattan College (M.A. Religious studies), I have a doctorate in lifelong learning (Ed.D. Columbia University — Teachers College). Currently, I’m a communications consultant in executive and internal communications.
I have been privileged to be part of an important team of School Committee colleagues who are totally committed to supporting the work of those educating the children of Ipswich. In addition to working with them to achieve the committee’s goals, if elected, I will continue to promote what I feel most passionately about — best practices in teaching and learning…technologies enabling new models for learning…and promoting and enhancing the teaching of foreign languages. I will also continue to fully support our arts and music program, a program that fosters the creativity and innovation that enables success in science, mathematics, and the liberal arts. — Sean Gresh
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Gresh, Sean [MC????]
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I do not find anything in my ‘stuff’ for Sean.
McEneney, Mike (MC1953)
[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]
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