And no, I can’t go and liveblog; I have a meeting myself that night!
The Governance subcommittee meeting is reporting out, including a clarification that, yes, students can use cell phones at after-school events.
There are appointments, resignations, and recognitions.
There is a brief report on the EPIC grant on a pipeline of teachers.
There is a request for a report on Earth Day participation; a request that the Future Teachers program be expanded; for a report on school libraries.
Administration wants the Committee members to get back to them on co-sponsorship of items earlier (by Thursday noon).
There is a request to accept an innovation pathway grant for Worcester Tech; to approve prior fiscal year payments of $6,366.84 for Seven Hills Groton, MA Pediatric Center and of $4,396 for Durridge Radon Implementation; to accept donations of $10,000, on behalf on the Digital Federal Credit Union (DCU), for scholarships to graduating seniors, $25,000, on behalf of the Hanover Insurance Group Foundation, for the Hanover Insurance Academy for the Arts at Burncoat Middle School, $350, on behalf of the Boston Museum of Science, to Woodland Academy for bus funding for the student’s field trip to the museum.
Oh, and Worcester F&O, as we mentioned, is being nationally recognized for being awesome again.
There is an executive session for a worker’s comp case, and for bargaining with administrative secretaries.