LETTER: Haugland Dedicated To Students; Should Be Re-Elected To School Committee

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NATICK – I am writing on behalf of Henry Haugland who is running for re-election to the Natick Public School Committee.

Henry has been a friend since he, Joel Bradford and I started the RoboNatick program at Natick High School in 2006. His two sons were part of my courses when I was teaching at Natick High School. Henry is a person of his word and has the students in Natick in his heart.

Henry has always been dedicated to the students of Natick. Whether it was volunteering to provide mentorship through robotics, offering his own funds to help start programs, or chaperoning on local and distant student trips.

What impressed me most about Henry was that when his two sons moved on from Natick High School he continued to stay actively involved in the programs at Natick High School. He helped lead students to FIRST Worlds robotics competitions in Georgia and Pennsylvania. Henry also chaperoned a trip to New Hampshire where students helped discover a 1915 steamship wreck using underwater robots. Throughout all of these endeavors his excitement for student learning was evident. These experiences brought lifelong learning and memories to many students and pure joy to Henry.

Henry is not shy about engaging in debate, but always has the students and their educational experiences as first priority.

As an advocate for student experiences and learning Henry Haugland will continue to serve the students and Town of Natick well as a School Committee member.

Douglas M. Scott

Natick High School 2003-2015

Stow resident


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