Nicole Dube maintains healthy approach to work at WMS

Davit Karapetyan  , Watertown Splash staff

You might think you know everything about Nicole Dube, the health teacher at Watertown Middle School, but you don’t.

Ms. Dube is married and lives in Natick with her husband and her daughter, Noah. Her hobbies are exercising, going outside, and just spending time with her family. She also loves to organize things.

Before she started working at WMS, she worked as a nanny for a family near her hometown.

She started working at WMS because her college roommate was from Watertown and she lived with her during her senior year. Then she got a student teaching job and the health teacher at Watertown High told her about a job opening up as a health teacher at WMS. She started working at WMS in 2010 and does not really think about leaving any time soon. She loves working with all the kids here.

Throughout the time she has worked at Watertown Middle School, she has learned a lot of things, such as, “How important it is to start at a young age with kids,” she said. “The more you do with them, the better they will be set for life.”

–March 10, 2018–