Dr. Gina Williams
I grew up in East Bridgewater and attended the public schools here in town. I still reside in town with my husband, Tom and our three sons (Aidan, 16, Gage, 14, and Logan, 12). Prior to becoming Assistant Superintendent, I worked at the Central School for twenty years. I became Principal in the fall of 2004. Before that I was the Assistant Principal, a classroom teacher, and a teaching assistant at the school. I earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education from Plymouth State College in 1992, a Master’s Degree in Special Education from Simmons College in 1998, an Advanced Graduate Degree in Educational Leadership from Fitchburg State College in 2002, and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Northeastern University in 2016. As a resident, parent, school & district administrator in this town I couldn't be more proud of the entire school community. We have a small district with a big love for learning, a staff that is second to none when it comes to providing a nurturing, safe, and rigorous learning environment, and parents that are truly committed to supporting not only their own child’s education but the entire school community. Whether it’s through the PTO, SEPAC, Viking Sports Parents, Music Parents, Boosters, School Councils, Parent Volunteer Programs, Room Parent Programs, Copy Parent Programs, or Lexia Learning Labs our parents dedicate their time and efforts to make our schools a collaborative learning environment. It’s truly a pleasure to come to work every day and I look forward to many more rewarding years in the East Bridgewater Public School System.
The East Bridgewater Public Schools are respected for high academic standards, committed to social responsibility, and dedicated to educating and inspiring every student to achieve personal excellence.
- We encourage all members of the learning community to challenge themselves to reach their full potential.
- In all of our words, in all of our behaviors, and in all of our actions, we respect ourselves and others.
- We seek to understand, include, and honor diversity and individual differences.
- We accept that making mistakes is part of the learning process and we learn from our mistakes.
- We are committed to working through conflicts and seeking peaceful resolutions.
- We actively contribute to the well being of the school and the community by consistently following school rules and policies.
- We accept responsibility for ourselves and our actions.
- We appreciate others and celebrate their accomplishments.
- We are vocal advocates for the needs of our students, our staff, and our schools.
District Mission Statement
The East Bridgewater Public School District, in partnership with the community, continues to provide an academically challenging, safe, and supportive learning environment that promotes the pursuit of excellence for all.