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Alumni News
The Mansfield Public Schools has appointed Jim Leonard (MEd '03) as the new director of special education. School Superintendent Teresa Murphy presented Leonard to the School Committee on April 10. After a brief question-and-answer session, he was unanimously chosen for the position. Leonard has been working in the Mansfield schools as the assistant director of secondary special education for four years. Before coming to Mansfield, Leonard had a career with the police department, but he moved into teaching and found his niche in special education. Leonard's degrees come from Assumption College, Cambridge College and Fitchburg College. "I've had the good fortune of working in my hometown for 25 years, and I've raised my three kids here," Leonard said. "I can't think of a better place to live. I've got a strong connection to the town. I've served on the Board of Health, coached, and I'm heavily invested in the community."
Class News
The students of Dr. Jaime Abreu’s Calculus II (MAT 631) course are studying the concepts of speed and acceleration associated with the position function. To contextualize these concepts, the class went beyond the classroom and took to the skies. They continued the learning by flying a drone DJI Phantom 3 Standard in the UPR Athletic Track. In particular they used the tool "WAYPOINTS" of autonomous programmed flights to build a function that defines discrete points in a polygon and flew over the vertices of the polygon. Norelys students Paola García Pérez, Miguel Rivera Rivera, Cynthia Torres Ramos and Isamar Torres participated in the field trip.