Tuesday, January 31, 2017

"the community support has to be there"

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:
"Local residents were invited Monday evening to meet the candidates vying to be the next leader of the school district. 
More than 20 members of the public came to ask questions of the three finalists for the superintendent position: Blackstone-Millville Assistant Superintendent David Thomson, Chelmsford Assistant Superintendent Linda Hirsch and Weymouth Assistant Superintendent Susan Kustka. 
The candidates were each asked about moving high school start times in light of data showing that teens perform better with a later start. 
Hirsch stressed the importance of researching the change, suggesting a committee of stakeholders examine the issue."

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Susan Kustka is introduced by Vanessa Bilello
Susan Kustka is introduced by Vanessa Bilello

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