I want every Natick high school graduate to be prepared to succeed in a constantly changing economic, cultural, and technological society; success that comes from students' finding educational and career paths aligned with their unique skills, passions, and sense of purpose. As a district, we can prepare students for success by providing exposure to various career paths and course options, building relationships with community partners who can provide workshops, training, and employment opportunities, and bolstering our support for students interested in career technical training.
Ensuring EVERY student’s success requires investing in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion programs and implementing them beginning at the elementary level. We need to continue to dig deep to improve our hiring and recruiting practices by implementing technology, media, and infrastructure that adheres to Universal Design for Learning principles. These principles provide the highest levels of accessibility for any and all our disabled community members.