David Worthley, Ed.D. - Director
Dr. Worthley is thrilled to join the Medfield academic community as the Director of Social and Emotional Learning at Medfield High School. Starting his career in forensics, he began to feel that he could be of more use helping young people before things became dire, and moved into education. He has been a school psychologist, Director of Clinical Services, an Assistant Principal, and now is charged with creating, developing, and evolving a transition program that will support students as they return from significant absence from school due to many different circumstances. Dr. Worthley has worked in the field of psychiatric crisis, on adolescent units, in maximum security prisons, and in several schools in Massachusetts. He is passionate about his work with the adolescent population, and understands well the importance and value of a solid educational foundation.
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Meghan Danielski, M.Ed. - Classroom Teacher
Meghan is a dynamic and engaging teacher with 6+ years experience in finding creative methods for getting students excited to learn. She leverages technology in the classroom to make all lessons engaging and demonstrates a willingness to go the extra mile in and out of the classroom. She possesses teaching experience with diverse student populations and cultural competence. Meghan currently lives in South Framingham with her husband, Alex, her guinea pig, Pearl, and her french bulldog puppy, Juniper.
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