Braintree High School’s Project PROVE Program for students with special needs turns 40 will be celebrating 40 years of success on Sunday October 21 at the Braintree Town Hall. More info here: http://patch.com/A-ypfW
To Whom It may Concern:
I was so lucky to have grown up in Braintree. Not only did I have outstanding parents, I had for my teachers an outstanding array of neighbors and people in the community who most positively influenced my life, and there were so many. But, I would place Mike Molongoski on the very top of the list. I have never known a better role model for an American Citizen or any civilized human being than Mike Molongoski. I would not have been nearly as successful as I have been without the influence and help of Mr. Molongoski. I have been a teacher for all my life because of his example.
I believe the real successful people in our society not only succeed as a result of their own work, and in Mike’s case many thousands of children benefited from his deep belief in a quality education for all. But a few rise to that higher status of influencing others to continue or exemplify their work, and I know there are many of us because I am one among many who will always look to Mike Molonoiski’s work as the benchmark of a life dedicated to helping human
beings reach their full potential.
With eternal love and gratitude,
Dr. William J. AuCoin