Meg Kennedy grew up in Canton, graduating from Canton High School in 1994. She attended Assumption College earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social and Rehabilitation Services. Meg decided to return to school, entering the Post-Bachelaurette Certification Program through Bridgewater State University, receiving certification in Special Education.
Continuing to reside in Canton, Meg began her teaching career at the O’Donnell Middle School in Stoughton teaching sixth grade special education. She held this position for eight years while obtaining a Master of Education Degree from Cambridge College in Mental Health and School Adjustment Counseling.
During this time, Meg met and married another life-long Canton resident. After briefly moving to Stoughton, Meg and her husband decided to return to Canton and raise their three daughters.
Patiently waiting for a School Adjustment Position to become available, Meg continued teaching special education until 2009 when she transferred to Stoughton High School as one of two Adjustment Counselors. Meg is also a graduate instructor for Framingham State College and the Norfolk County Teachers Association.
Meg is eager to explore issues surrounding education, family, and mental health impacting the community. She is looking forward to sharing her knowledge and experiences to benefit individuals and families. She would love to hear your concerns, comments, and suggestions!