Curtis Special Ed Teacher Flees SPS for Hudson

Brooke Patterson leaves her position to take a post at JFK Middle School.

A Sudbury Public Schools special education teacher recently resigned from Curtis Middle School and has joined JFK Middle School in Hudson.

SPS Superintendent Anne Wilson confirmed the resignation of Brooke Patterson but would not go into further detail.

"I don't usually comment (when faculty members leave)," she said.

Wilson said the position is already filled.

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A former SPS teacher who wished not to be named said Patterson gave just a one-week notice.

A message left for Curtis Principal Stephen Lambert was not immediately returned.

A message left for Patterson was also not immediately returned.

JFK Principal Brian Daniels announced Patterson's hiring in an October online newsletter to Hudson parents.

Patterson also spent 10 years at Perkins School.

Sudbury Patch will update this story as more facts become available.

SudburyRevolution! October 19, 2012 at 03:58 PM
Hey - it actually is a great time to consider moving to Sudbury. We are finally starting to clean up the mess around here. We have amazing (mostly non-elected) citizens who are driving positive change toward ethics, transparency and accountibility (see efforts to move from 3 to 5 selectmen). It's a very hopeful time. However, the Lisa Gutch comment is an insult to every resident and parent who begged for help last year over the Noyes mess. Most parents there are still very uneasy (to put it mildly). Now she is ready to give "an accurate" account to a non-resident after a year of limiting the amount of time upset parents were allowed to speak? Awful. We'd all love to here this "accurate account." Bring it on!
SkimThreePercent October 19, 2012 at 04:34 PM
Good start Ed, but you left out the Islamic terrorist, the murder at the high school, the grave-robber, the ongoing thievery problems, the drugs, scollies for connected one at the high school, and others too numerous to mention.
The Great Pumpkin October 19, 2012 at 09:42 PM
Warning to Trick or Treaters. Don't go to Anne Wilson's house this Halloween. Word has it, instead of giving out candy treats, she'll be handing out 51As.
noyes parent October 20, 2012 at 01:23 AM
I agree Thomas....run away from these irrational people!!!.......on another note, Noyes elementary is a wonderful school with fantastic teachers, and a caring administration!!!.....my children are not suffering any I'll effects of Mrs. j not being there!!!......apparently the posters on this site are!!....maybe u guys can get together and seek some group therapy to work out you grief!
kate f October 20, 2012 at 01:45 AM
Seriously, there needs to be an investigation into Wilson and her obnoxious friend Gulch, who is embarrassing, plain embarrassing with 'Mr. Schmidt'..I'm sure the 'quota' for all these firings/resignations, so close together warrant this..Sudbury is paying her salary and being used by this 'sicko' with an obvious personality disorder..very harmful. My stomach turned when I read her explanatory letter, with described the replacement, gleefully, as also a JUDGE OF A DANCE CONTEST as a Plus to have him quick back in the saddle there..as fast as the other staff member was sucker punched out of a career. You have permission, contact a Boston news station. This just wouldn't 'fly' anywhere in Massachusetts unchecked I would hope..


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