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But it's the schools that keep them satis- fied. "My daughters have had great experi- ences throughout their years in the Weston Public Schools," stresses Cobb. "They've made wonderful connections with their teachers, made many new friends, and taken advantage of the programs that the schools have offered. We are very pleased with the attention and care that the entire school system provides, and know that our girls are in good hands from when they get on the bus every morn- ing. They really do love their teachers." Gregory Kaden, Weston High School class of '89 and now an attorney in Boston, loved his teachers as well. "I had Dr. Maloney my sophomore year for US History. I remember her class well," recalls Kaden. "She was an excellent teacher and had many creative ways to make the class fun, such as orchestrating educational games like US History Jeopardy. The class had students from an unusually broad range of grades and levels, but she was able to teach in a way that reached everyone and their interests." As a teacher who had the freedom to try new things, Dr. Maloney fondly remembers, "I had Sturbridge Village come out and show the students how they danced in the 19th Century. The whole AP class was up and dancing. Another time the kids wrote plays based on my research and acted them out for parents." "I had a great experience growing up here," Kaden continues. "Weston has fewer 75 s u m m e r 2 0 1 5 | W e l l e s l e y W e s t o n M a g a z i n e