This week’s Worcester School Committee meeting

And it’s the opening of school report! That’s not yet posted, but the agenda is here.

Before the meeting, there is an executive session on negotiations with nurses, custodians, computer technicians, and non-represented personnel, plus two issues in litigation.

This agenda has the lists of resignations, retirements, and moves within the system (there will be more than one round of this); note that the two administrators who have become superintendents elsewhere–Marco Rodrigues in Hudson and Dave Perda in the Worcester Roman Catholic Diocese–are listed.

There is a response on the celebration of Constitution Day (which was yesterday).

There are seven prior year payments:

  • in the amount of $1,470.38 for a student who attended the Waltham Public Schools from September 16, 2016 to June 17, 2017.
  • in the amount of $194.40 for mileage reimbursement for a parent to drive to and from the Thrive day school placement at 100 Hartwell Street, West Boylston, MA in May and June 2017.
  • in the amount of $6,290.00 made payable to May Institute, Inc.
  • in the amount of $8,827.50 for Education Inc. services for home tutoring.
  • in the amount of $2,250 for teacher professional development at Project Lead The Way which was held at WPI.
  • in the amount of $3,000 for Project Lead The Way’s participation fees.
  • in the amount of $1,600 for an employee.

Miss Biancheria wants to celebrate Manufacturing Day (October 6), to recognize Superintendent Binienda’s Healthy Communities award, and to have a report on transportation. 

Mr. Monfredo wants an update on teaching CPR.

There is a request that the School Committee vote to accept a 21st Century Out of School Time Grant for Claremont Academy for $150,000, ‘though there is no backup.

And apparently we’re getting yet another limited admission “academy,” this time at North High for Microsoft Image. The School Committee is being asked to approve the admissions requirement and letter. with no prior conversation…

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