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Joan Boucher '50

We regret to inform you of the passing of alumna and former faculty member, Joan Boucher '50
Joan Boucher '50 - Former Faculty
Joan Boucher '50 - Former Faculty

A lifelong learner and gifted teacher, she graduated from the University of Rhode Island in 1954, with a bachelor's degree in Education. She taught at The Wheeler School for 27 years; both as a fifth-grade classroom teacher and as a middle school academic support teacher.

We know how many student and faculty lives were impacted by Joan's unwavering support for her students. 

Joan's obituary can be found here. Please share with your classmates.

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