Meet the people behind the signs, social media posts, and students.
Chris Hoskins - Co-Coordinator, PAC Chairperson
Chris is a recent graduate at Dighton-Rehoboth, where he has been a leader in many activities and other areas for years. Chris serves as Secretary on the DR School Council, where he reviews and gives opinions on school policies and budgeting. Chris is an Eagle Scout and has been a member of the Boy Scouts of America for 13 years. Chris will be attending Rhode Island College in the fall to pursue a degree in music education, and he hopes that his time there prepares him for his dream career: teaching children the best ways to express themselves through music.
Jenn Duczkowski - Co-coordinator, PAC Vice-chairperson
Jennifer Duczkowski has been a resident of Dighton since 2011. Jenn attended Bridgewater State University and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English with a concentration in writing. Jenn studied secondary education and earned her provisional certification in English grades 8-12 post graduation. Jenn also studied early childhood education (birth-3 years) at Massasoit Community College and taught at that level for 3 years. Jenn spent 18 years working in non-profit youth development and community engagement. She is active in our community, holding numerous leadership roles.
Tamara Stevens - treasurer
Tamara lives in Dighton with her husband, Eric. Their two boys, Alec and Darren, graduated from DR and their youngest, Madalyn, just finished her freshman year there. Tamara has lived in the Dighton-Rehoboth community for most of her life and decided to join the Save Our Schools Leadership Team to ensure that today’s students have access to the same quality education that she had when she was a student there. Tamara believes there is work to be done, but together we will continue Rehoboth’s great legacy as the birthplace of public education!
Mackenzie Morgenweck - Communications Director
Mackenzie is a junior at Dighton-Rehoboth who spends much of her time actively involved in her community. Participating the nonprofit organization Project 351, she has had many opportunities to give back to the wonderful people of Massachusetts. Mackenzie is very involved in the music department at DR, playing and singing in the marching band, chorus, jazz band, and Pro Musica select choir. Mackenzie also serves on School Council and has been recently elected as the student representative to the DRRSD School Committee. Mackenzie would like to thank her parents for everything they have given her!
Jessie Beerman - Education Consultant
Jessie is a proud parent of three Dighton Middle Schoolers. She serves on various committees and community groups in both leadership and supporting roles. Jessie volunteers as a D-R Pop Warner Assistant Cheer Coach. When not teaching or advocating, Jessie tutors for reading and teaches children’s yoga. A lifelong advocate of the arts, her wish for the Dighton Rehoboth School District is a future bright with stage lights and football lights. Jessie has been teaching and consulting in Early Childhood since 2003. She attended Bridgewater State College as an undergrad studying Communication, Dance, and Psychology. She holds a Master’s Degree in Education at Endicott College.
Madalyn Stevens - Student Outreach Director
Madalyn has been in the Dighton-Rehoboth school system since second grade and currently lives in Dighton. She is entering her sophomore year here at DR and feels that our students should be more informed on the politics that affect their education. Madalyn loves participating in all sports and activities that she can and wants to get more of her classmates involved!
Madeline Beerman - Assistant Director of Student Outreach - Dighton
Jolie Duczkowski - Field Director
David Beaulieu - Lead Designer
David is a resident of North Dighton and a professional graphic designer with over 20 years of experience in marketing and advertising. A graduate of Keene State College, David has worked with numerous non-profit organizations, serving as both a consultant and a board member. David enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter.
kieler Langemo - Designer
Kieler Langemo is a junior at Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School in Upton and resident of Uxbridge. His current training in the Multimedia Communications program has provided him with the appropriate skills necessary to collaborate with a variety of clients across the state. Like Noah, Kieler is passionate about youth engagement and is a member of Project 351. He enjoys spending time with his friends and his dog, JJ.
Garret Cord - Video Production
Garrett is a junior at Dighton-Rehoboth who is extremely thankful to be able to be involved in many of the clubs and teams DR has to offer. Garrett is currently a part of the music department as a member of the Jazz Band along with the Marching Band. He is also one of the junior captains of the Debate Team and has participated in DR’s TV Production Program for the past 2 years. Garrett enjoys spending time with his friends and dogs, Bogey and Putter.