All Kinds of News for July 10, 2019
After seventeen years at the Chamberlain International School, life-long educator Sally Kelly is retiring. Sally has persevered through many challenges over the years and through it all has always shown her dedication to the students at the school.
Sally has been the Title I teacher and is in charge of working with any students in need of special instruction. She worked directly with many students in any and all settings throughout the school and also administered several academic assessments over the years. She has worked with some of the most challenging students one-on-one and was able to provide them with the support each needed to be successful in the classroom. Over the years, Sally became famous for assisting students meeting the achievement standards on the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System so they completed the final requirements for their diploma.
Fellow teachers will miss her friendship and guidance. Staff noted that her warm demeanor, kindness and soft approach was especially calming in what sometimes can be a very fast paced enviroment. From all accounts, Sally embodied Chamberlain's philosphy that teachers are more than just individuals who share knowledge - they are coaches, counselors, inspirers, leaders, and so much more. Sally plans to travel and spend as much time with her family as possible in her retirement.
About Chamberlain International School
Located in Middleboro, Massachusetts, Chamberlain International School offers a therapeutic residential learning experience for students ranging in age from 11 to 22. Students at Chamberlain International School struggle with a variety of learning disabilities and mental health challenges.