As many as 350 parents and their children packed the narrow gym at Carmody Middle School on Thursday night, eager to hear if the school’s curriculum and programs might be a good fit. Principal Wendy Doran shared a PowerPoint presentation and a breakdown of the school’s offerings and academic performance.
The school’s state test scores are generally on an upswing, and Carmody’s 24 elective courses include pre-engineering, art and the technical aspects of backstage theater. Parents learned that just about every school employee, from Doran to the custodian, is personally responsible for the well-being and academic growth of 12 students.
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