Assistant Superintendent of Schools
Dover Sherborn Public Schools
157 Farm Street, Dover, Massachusetts 02030
Tel: (508) 785-0036 FAX: (508) 785-2239
The Dover Sherborn Public Schools continues its commitment to our mission:
To inspire, challenge and support all students as they discover and pursue their full potential.
The entire administrative team, all seek to support the goals of the district to:
articulate instructional approaches and opportunities to ensure curricula access for all students
support students' social and emotional wellness
continue implementation of DS Professional Growth and Evaluation System and administrators' evaluation processes
review curriculum based on the published curriculum review cycle
These goals cannot be accomplished without the support of our three school committees, the unwavering dedication of our parents/guardians, the talent and expertise of our faculty and staff, and the commitment of our many community stakeholders. This collaborative team assures that Dover Sherborn Public Schools is a successful place for all 2200 students to grow and learn.
At the direction of and in collaboration with the Superintendent, the office of the Assistant Superintendent oversees ten areas of the schools’ operation, including:
- Professional Development
- Early Childhood Education
- English Language Learning (ELL)
- Home Schooling
Additional information about these topics and others are posted to the Dover Sherborn website, please visit those areas to learn more about these topics.
Title I is a federally funded program designed to strengthen core programs in school districts by providing support services to selected students in order to achieve state standards. The specific instructional programs implemented are scientifically research-based, and serve to support rather than supplant current instructional practice. The key mission of the program is to enable participating students to achieve proficiency in the learning standards outlined in the state curriculum frameworks. Dover-Sherborn's Title I program is embedded within the
Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) framework. It is a structure for providing academic and social-emotional support to students by identifying those who need an extra boost of instruction early and quickly intervening. Within this system, all students receive high-quality instruction in their classrooms.
The documents below provide additional information about MTSS and Title I:
Middle School & High School Title 1 Handbook
2022 Dover, Sherborn & Dover-Sherborn District and School Report Cards.