District Building Information

  • School Administration Building

    340 Teaticket Highway

    East Falmouth, MA 02536

    p: 508-548-0151

    f: 508-457-9032

    e: administration@falmouth.k12.ma.us

    Falmouth High School

    Mrs. Mary Gans, Principal

    874 Gifford Street

    Falmouth, MA 02540

    p: 508-540-2200

    f: 508-548-7515

    e: falmouthhigh@falmouth.k12.ma.us

    Lawrence School

    Mr. Thomas Bushy, Principal

    113 Lakeview Avenue

    Falmouth, MA 02540

    p: 508-548-0606

    f: 508-457-9778

    e: lawrenceschool@falmouth.k12.ma.us

    Morse Pond School

    Dr. Kathleen Riordan, Principal

    323 Jones Road

    Falmouth, MA 02540

    p: 508-548-7300

    f: 508-457-1810

    e: morsepond@falmouth.k12.ma.us

    East Falmouth Elementary School

    Dr. Justine Dale, Principal

    33 Davisville Road

    East Falmouth, MA 02536

    p: 508-548-1052

    f: 508-548-0301

    e: eastfalmouth@falmouth.k12.ma.us

    Mullen-Hall Elementary School

    Ms. Nancy Ashworth, Principal

    130 Katherine Lee Bates Road

    Falmouth, MA 02540

    p: 508-548-0220

    f: 508-457-5404

    e: mullenhall@falmouth.k12.ma.us

    North Falmouth Elementary School

    Mr. Timothy Adams, Principal

    62 Old Main Road

    North Falmouth, MA 02556

    p: 508-563-2334

    f: 508-564-7525

    e: northfalmouth@falmouth.k12.ma.us

    Teaticket Elementary School

    Ms. Sandra Kapsambelis, Principal

    45 Maravista Avenue

    East Falmouth, MA 02536

    p:  508-548-1550

    f: 508-540-4383

    e: teaticket@falmouth.k12.ma.us


School Committee

  • Mr. William Rider, Chairperson

    Ms. Kelly Welch, Vice Chairperson

    Ms. Melissa Keefe, Secretary

    Ms. Meghan Fleck

    Mr. John Furnari

    Ms. Lisa Hart

    Ms. Natalie T. Kanellopoulos

    Ms. Terri A. Medeiros

    Ms. Andrea Thorrold

Central Office Administration

  • Dr. Lori S. Duerr, Superintendent of Schools

    Dr. Sonia L. Tellier, Assistant Superintendent

    Dr. Joan Woodward, Director of Student Services

    Mr. Patrick Murphy, Director of Finance and Operations

    Dr. Joany Santa, Director of Human Resources

District Administration

  • Ms. Andrea Burnes, Director of Food Services

    Mr. Gregory Kennedy, Director of Transportation


  • The Mission of the Falmouth Public Schools is to educate students so that they are engaged in their education in a way which develops their capacity to pursue their goals and fosters life-long learning.  In order to ensure success for all students, three core beliefs define us as a school system and enable us to accomplish our mission:

    • Continuous Improvement for Students, Teachers, Staff, and Administration: We strongly believe in continuous improvement, and we achieve this through actions such as
      • clearly communicating learning standards and performance expectations that are personalized for learners
      • assigning tasks that challenge learners to move to deeper and more complex levels of knowledge and understanding along a developmental path that is age-appropriate
      • helping learners develop the self-discipline to work hard and persist at assigned tasks
      • helping learners feel empowered in the learning process through rigorous preparation.
    • Enthusiasm for Teaching and Learning: We strongly believe in the enthusiasm for teaching and learning, and we achieve this through actions such as
      • supporting curiosity, inquiry, active learning, reflection, creativity and innovation
      • fostering in teachers and learners the confidence it takes to accept new ideas
      • helping teachers and learners overcome the challenges that sometimes accompany learning.
    • Collaboration in Teaching and Learning: We strongly believe in schools where collaboration is highly valued, teachers and learners feel safe, diversity in all its forms is celebrated as an asset, and we achieve this through actions such as
      • acting with integrity
      • demonstrating honesty, responsibility, thoughtfulness, encouragement, and respect modeling good citizenship and encouraging these goals from the greater educational Falmouth community including parents/guardians, volunteers, and community leaders.
Last Modified on April 8, 2020