By Carol Britton Meyer
New Hingham Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Margaret Adams presented an "entry plan" to the School Committee recently, focusing on developing an outline of activities to support her transition into this new role.
Key points include governance, community, communications, teaching and learning, and culture.
The entry plan reflects Adams' core values and beliefs about education, including the "collective responsibility as educators to ensure the success of every single student in our care," among others.
This collaborative and collective effort "will ensure the success of all of our students, [whose] sense of belonging is strengthened when we honor and celebrate their diverse backgrounds," according to Adams.
The report, including conclusions and recommendations resulting from the interpretation of information gathered during the entry plan process, will be shared with the School Committee next January.