Sunday, June 17, 2012
Finalists to replace Stanley School Principal Pam Angelakis will visit the elementary school next week.
Sunday, June 17, 2012
This article was submitted by the superintendent's office. Three finalists have been selected for the position of principal of Stanley School. They will be visiting Stanley School on Tuesday, June 19, for a site visit. The finalists are: John Billings, currently a higher education administrator for Nova Southeastern University; Barbara Brown, principal, Lilja Elementary School, Natick; and MATom Daniels, principal Oak Ridge School, Sandwich. The site visit schedules are as follows: John Billings TIME EVENT LOCATION 8:30 – 9:45 Parents/Community Members Gym 10:00-10:45…
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
The proposal is expected to return to the School Committee at their next meeting.
The School Committee last week postponed a vote to extend the district's bus transportation contract with North Reading Transportation. It now looks like the contract will return to the committee for action at its next meeting. On June 6, committee member Marianne Hartmann said the bus company had left students stranded after sports events. She said she found that situation frustrating and wanted to ask the athletic department how serious the problem is and if it has been resolved. In an interview Monday the committee member said district Business Manager Ed Cronin talked to Athletic Director Jonathan Flanagan. He said there were problems in the fall but they were resolved thereafter, Hartmann learned. At the last meeting, Cronin …
Wednesday, September 7, 2011
School officials will present the latest ACT testing results and school enrollments to the committee tonight.
School Committee members will hear plenty of numbers at their meeting tonight. High School Principal Layne Millington will present the latest ACT results, Superintendent Lynne Celli said. The ACT tests high school students' ability to complete college-level work. The superintendent will talk about a school exit survey and the enrollment at district schools. Overall, enrollment has increased in the district, the superintendent said. It appears that many students who leave Swampscott to attend the Marblehead Community Charter School — grades 4-8 — return, Celli said. The superintendent will also talk about school district rankings by Boston magazine. Swampscott ranked 40th among 135 schools in the annual rankings. The School Committee meets …