Showing posts with label kennedy. Show all posts
Showing posts with label kennedy. Show all posts

Wednesday, March 30, 2022

Safe Coalition Road to Recovery run-walk 5k - Apr 30

Join us Saturday April 30, 2022 at 8:00 AM for the 3rd annual Road to Recovery run-walk 5k!
Help us decrease stigma and increase awareness related to mental health, substance use, sexual assault, and domestic violence.
All proceeds will go to further supporting the SAFE Coalition and our adolescent Peer to Peer after-school program!

THIS JUST IN:  NORFOLK COUNTY SHERIFFS DEPT. K9 unit AND Command Center will be attending the Road to Recovery 5k!
This family fun event is growing with more supporters and visitors...don't miss out!

Safe Coalition 5K Road Race - Apr 30
Safe Coalition 5K Road Race - Apr 30

Sunday, January 30, 2022

Kids Heart Challenge at Kennedy School beginning Jan 30, 2022

"All the @jfkladybugs are excited for Kids Heart Challenge to begin next week.  
Over the past 5 years we have raised $57,823 for the @AmericanHeartMA !  Our goal this year is $12,000!  
Be on the lookout for the envelope next week."

Shared from Twitter: https://twitter.com/MrBanksPE/status/1487097047614464004

https://twitter.com/jfkladybugs
https://twitter.com/jfkladybugs


Friday, February 26, 2021

FM #471 - School Committee Meeting - 02/23/21 - P1 of 3 (audio)

FM #471 = This is the Franklin Matters radio show, number 471 in the series. 

This session shares the Franklin, MA School Committee meeting held on Tuesday, Feb 23, 2021. 

The meeting was conducted in a hybrid format: some of the School Committee members, Central Office personnel, and key guests were in the Council Chambers; the remainder, along with the public, were remote via conference bridge, all to adhere to the ‘social distancing’ requirements of this pandemic period.

I’ve split the just over two hour and fifty minute meeting into three logical segments:

  • *** First segment ***  covers the opening through the JF Kennedy presentation (approx. 1 hour 9 minutes)
  • Second - Presentation - Town Administrator Jamie Hellen, Health Director Cathleen Liberty, Fire Chief Jim McLaughlin covering the COVID-19 vaccine status update (approx. 43 mins)
  • Third - from Town Administrator Jamie Hellen and Facilities Director Mike D’Angelo on the UVGI filters installation update through to the end of the public meeting (approx. 58 minutes)

The show notes contain links to the meeting agenda and to my notes. The meeting packet folder will hold the other documents released for the meeting (as we go to press, the Superintendent’s Report is not yet posted to the meeting folder)

Let’s listen to this segment of the School Committee meeting of Feb 23, 2021

Audio file =  https://player.captivate.fm/episode/a6a10c1d-f815-4072-aa92-1d28f7867611


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FM #471 - School Committee Meeting - 02/23/21 - P1 of 3 (audio)
FM #471 - School Committee Meeting - 02/23/21 - P1 of 3 (audio)

Friday, September 25, 2020

John F Kennedy Elementary named a 2020 National Blue Ribbon School

Franklin Public Schools (FPS) is proud to announce that Kennedy Elementary School has been named a 2020 National Blue Ribbon School by the United States Department of Education! 

Congratulations!
 

Saturday, August 8, 2020

State Rep Jeff Roy: Joe Kennedy is coming to Franklin on Sunday Aug 9


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State Rep Jeff Roy: Joe Kennedy is coming to Franklin on Sunday Aug 9


We have a big weekend planned for Franklin, and I'm excited to let you know that my friend Joe Kennedy will be stopping by on Sunday to meet with small business owners, our Franklin firefighters, and residents. Joe will be touring La Cantina Winery, Simon's Furniture, and the Franklin Fire Department before heading on over to the Town Common to address the crowd, meet residents, and share his vision for Massachusetts. We ask that you please wear a mask and maintain social distancing to be safe.

I hope you will be able to join us on Sunday, August 9 at 1 pm and meet our next United States Senator. I've had the pleasure of working with him over the last 8 years, and appreciate his compassion, empathy and commitment. Please take a peak at the video below which speaks to Joe's character and tells you why I and five of our Franklin Town Councilors have endorsed him in this race.

Thank you for your continued support and I look forward to seeing you on Sunday.



State Rep Jeff Roy: Joe Kennedy is coming to Franklin on Sunday Aug 9
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Wednesday, April 29, 2020

JF Kennedy School video

"Hi Ladybugs! Check out this awesome video from your teachers and staff members at JFK! We miss you so much! We are proud of the great work you are doing to keep learning alive at Kennedy!"
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1icmlmGaqWvw7wEGKDzNK3yTvVe8oIxqO/view




Shared via Twitter
https://twitter.com/jfkladybugs/status/1255189379699572738?s=09

Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Franklin Public Schools: Kennedy School incident of March 6th, 2020

"Police announced Tuesday night that the individual the Franklin Police was interested in identifying earlier in the day had come forward. 
The announcement came hours have they issued a press release saying they were trying to identify a young man who entered the John F. Kennedy School on Pond Street last Friday after classes had concluded for the day. 
“There was no criminal intent and the matter is resolved,” said in a statement issued Tuesday night."

https://www.milforddailynews.com/news/20200310/update-franklin-police-locate-and-id-man-who-entered-kennedy-school-adding-there-was-no-criminal-intent




Kennedy School incident of March 6, 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

March 10, 2020 2:30 PM

"Franklin, Massachusetts: On Friday March 6, 2020 an unknown male individual made entry to the John F. Kennedy School on Pond Street. This occurred after school hours; however students participating in after school programs were still on site.

After making entry by entering though an open door as another parent left, he proceeded into a common hallway where he was confronted by school staff and questioned as to his reason for being in the school. At no time did he come into contact with any students. His answers to staff questions were inconsistent, and he was escorted from the building immediately.


Franklin Police Department is only seeking to identify the individual in the photo
"Franklin Police Department is only seeking to identify the individual in the photos"


At this time the Franklin Police Department is only seeking to identify the individual in the photos. No criminal charges are pending at this time.

If you have any information on this individual please contact the Franklin Police Detective Division at 508-528-1212 and press option #6."


Shared from the Town of Franklin page
https://www.franklinma.gov/police-department/news/kennedy-school-incident-march-6th-2020

Friday, January 31, 2020

"accidentally reports every student absent"



"The parents and guardians of students attending John F. Kennedy Memorial School received quite the surprise on Thursday morning - a message reporting their child as being absent.

Just after 10 a.m., an error caused by the district’s automated absentee notification system notified each family affiliated with the Pond Street elementary school that their child was not present, according to Superintendent of Schools Sara Ahern.

“We use an automated system to send out messages to parents/guardians when we are not contacted by them to notify us when a student will be absent for the day,” said Ahern. “A mistake was made and the message was sent to all Kennedy Elementary School families at approximately 10:09 a.m.”

She said the error was “caught right away and a clarifying message was sent promptly at approximately 10:14 a.m.”

Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required)
https://www.milforddailynews.com/news/20200130/franklin-elementary-school-accidentally-reports-every-student-absent


https://twitter.com/FranklinPSNews
https://twitter.com/FranklinPSNews

Saturday, September 28, 2019

School Committee Meeting Recap: Start times put on 'pause'; elementary school improvement plans approved

The School Committee meeting held Tuesday, Sep 24, 2019 revealed some interesting news. 

The early release of MCAS data shows that the JF Kennedy Elementary School and the Davis Thayer Elementary School were recognized by the State DESE for their results. As the full set of MCAS data is understood, there will be an update to the community later this fall.

The ECDC and elementary school improvement plans for the 2019-2020 school years were presented and approved. Copies of the presentation documents are included here. Links to the individual improvement plans are available.

The school start time update provided the greatest shock (or disappointment) to some but it was a rather practical move. The effort to study changing school starts times has been 'paused.' Given the effort required with the upcoming budget cycle (and a significant budget shortage to be dealt with - likely raising the infamous 'o' word) along with the study to start on the potential closure of Davis Thayer (which would also require a redistricting of the entire school population - a major effort), and the need to actually continue the day to day operation of education the current school population, it was a wise move.

The presentation copy for the school update is shared below. 
 

  • The Superintendent's Report
https://www.franklinps.net/sites/franklinmaps/files/uploads/superintendents_report_to_school_committee_september_24_2019.pdf







Additional details captured live during the meeting can be found in my notes
  • Live reporting: Discussion Only items through to C...
https://www.franklinmatters.org/2019/09/live-reporting-discussion-only-items.html
  • Live reporting: Discussion/Action items
https://www.franklinmatters.org/2019/09/live-reporting-discussionaction-items.html
  • Live reporting: School Start Times Update
https://www.franklinmatters.org/2019/09/live-reporting-school-start-times-update.html
  • Live reporting: Elementary School Improvement Plan...
https://www.franklinmatters.org/2019/09/live-reporting-elementary-school.html
  • Live reporting: School Committee - Sep 24, 2019
https://www.franklinmatters.org/2019/09/live-reporting-school-committee-sep-24.html

 
elementary school principals presenting their School Improvement Plans
elementary school principals presenting their School Improvement Plans

Thursday, February 28, 2019

Public Tour of JF Kennedy School - Oct 2012

Photos from the public tour of JF Kennedy School held on Oct 4, 2012. At the time the School Committee was hosting a tour of each of the schools in the District, one per month.

JF Kennedy Elemntary School

Or go directly to Flickr
https://www.flickr.com/photos/steve_sherlock/sets/72157631703646697/

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

2018 Edward M. Kennedy Community Health Awardees Announced

The Edward M. Kennedy Community Health Center(CHC) proudly announced the 2018 Edward M. Kennedy Community Health awardees: Dr. Matilde Castiel, Commissioner of Worcester Health and Human Services, the Hockomock Area YMCA, YMCA of Central Massachusetts and MetroWest YMCA.

Each year, Kennedy CHC honors individuals and organizations making an impact on the health of the communities its serve, as well as those who support the Health Center in fulfilling its mission. This year Congressman Joseph P. Kennedy, III will be the keynote speaker as the honorees are recognized on November 1, 2018 at Mechanics Hall in Worcester, MA.
Hockomock Area YMCA
Hockomock Area YMCA

Awardee Profiles

Hockomock Area YMCA, YMCA of Central Massachusetts and MetroWest YMCA are each valuable partners of Kennedy CHC. The YMCA’s commitment to healthy living is apparent through their collaboration with Kennedy CHC on valuable programs such as the Diabetes Prevention Program, Prevention Wellness Trust Fund, and their focus on providing a safe, healthy environment for youth and families.

Dr. Matilde Castiel has always held a professional and personal mission to work with the underserved. She has spent her career focused on improving the collective health of the community through her work as a Board certified physician in Internal Medicine in the Worcester community for over 28 years, by founding the Latin American Health Alliance (LAHA), and her dedication to non-profits and community health centers. She has served on the boards of several Worcester nonprofits, including The Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts, Centro Las Americas, and more currently Greater Worcester Community Foundation, Quinsigamond Community College, United Way, and the Boys and Girls Club.
For more information, visit https://www.kennedychc.org/2018

Congressman Joseph Kennedy III has held the office of U.S. Representative for Massachusetts’ 4th Congregational District since 2013, an area which includes Kennedy CHC’s Milford health care site. Congressman Kennedy has been a champion for health centers, stating that they “fills the gaps of a healthcare system that leaves too many without access to treatment.” Congressman Kennedy is also the grandnephew of the organization’s namesake, Edward M. Kennedy.

The mission of Edward M. Kennedy Community Health Center (Kennedy CHC) is to “help people live healthier lives.” We believe that everyone has a right to accessible, high quality, comprehensive, integrated and compassionate health care. As a community health center, Kennedy CHC has always provided comprehensive care to its patients, who are at disparate risk for chronic disease and poor health outcomes. 

Our vision is to be a constantly growing, financially sound, Federally Qualified Community Health Center that:
• efficiently delivers high quality, accessible primary care services.
• becomes the health care home and provider choice of all our patients.
• achieves excellence in outcomes with our patients as partners.
• remains at the forefront of innovative health care practices.

Founded in a Worcester housing project in 1972, today Kennedy CHC has three medical facilities, three dental sites, two optometry practices and six school-based clinics serving residents of Worcester, Framingham, Clinton, Milford, and the surrounding communities of MetroWest and Central Massachusetts. Currently over 26,000 patients of all ages receive care and service through Kennedy CHC’s family practice model of care, a comprehensive approach to the delivery of quality primary and urgent care, medical specialties, nutrition counseling, dental care, optometry, pharmacy, behavioral health, social services, health education and youth development programs. Kennedy CHC is certified as a patient-centered medical home by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), a model that supports the flow of information among medical teams, coordinating health care visits, utilizing electronic technologies for tracking and errors prevention, and providing follow-up while, most importantly, engaging patients in their care.

About the Hockomock Area YMCA:

Where Cause Meets Community. At the Hockomock Area YMCA, strengthening community is our cause. The Hockomock Area YMCA is an organization of men, women, and children sharing a commitment to nurture the potential of kids, promote healthy living, and foster a sense of social responsibility.

The Hockomock Area YMCA is committed to partnering and collaborating with others to create and deliver lasting personal and social change in the 15 communities they are privileged to serve. The Hockomock Area YMCA is a not-for-profit charitable cause-driven organization with facilities in North Attleboro, Foxboro, Franklin, and Mansfield. For more information visit hockymca.org.

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

State Representative Jeffrey Roy will welcome Congressman Joseph P. Kennedy III to Franklin on Wednesday afternoon.

Beginning at the Franklin Fire Station at 1:30 PM Representative Roy and Congressman Kennedy will be visiting some of the many small businesses that are part of the successful effort to revitalize Franklin's Downtown. 

These will include the Intermission Cafe, Dean Bank, Rome Restaurant and Keefe Insurance. 

Rae Lynn Mercer owner of the Intermission Cafe, worked with Congressman Kennedy's great-uncle, the late Senator Edward Kennedy, to obtain funding for the Franklin Downtown Revitalization efforts. 

They will also visit the Franklin Food Pantry. At the Food pantry Representative Roy and Congressman Kennedy will be greeted by Executive Director Erin Lynch who at one point struggled to feed her own family and is now committed to helping others overcome food insecurity. 

"It is always a privilege to welcome our Congressman to Franklin and I am looking forward to highlighting the great work that local businesses are doing to create a strong local economy." said Representative Roy.

Intermission Cafe one of the downtown Franklin businesses scheduled for a visit
Intermission Cafe one of the downtown Franklin businesses scheduled for a visit

Friday, July 13, 2018

Congressman Joe Kennedy III has scheduled office hours in Franklin this Sunday - July 15

"Building on the success of Tour 34 during his first two terms, Congressman Kennedy will continue his commitment to bring public office hours to constituents in each of the 34 cities and towns in the 4th District. By visiting every community, the Congressman is able to hear the stories, priorities and concerns of constituents in every corner of the district."

When: July 15, 2018 - 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Where: Franklin Fire Station, 40 West Central Street

Congressman Joe Kennedy III has scheduled office hours in Franklin this Sunday - July 15
Congressman Joe Kennedy III has scheduled office hours in Franklin this Sunday - July 15

This was shared from the Congressman's webpage
https://kennedy.house.gov/constituent-services/tour-34-office-hours

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Annual Ladybug 5K and Kids Fun Run - Oct 14


1 The Annual Ladybug 5K Road Race and Kids Fun Run is about to hit the roads of Franklin once again next Saturday, Oct. 14. The event takes off from Franklin’s John F. Kennedy Elementary School on Pond Street. 
2 The Ladybug 5K benefits the Kennedy School PCC, which funds enrichment activities for students, such as field trips, guest speakers and more. 
3 The course of this USATF sanctioned event with professional timing is as follows: Start on Joval Court, right onto Southgate, right onto Coronation, left onto Oakland Parkway, right onto Ashbury Drive, left onto Norumbega Circle, left onto Charles River Drive, left onto Franklin Springs Drive, left onto Maple Street, left onto Southgate Road, ending with a left back onto Joval Court.

Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required)
http://franklin.wickedlocal.com/news/20171008/annual-kennedy-school-pcc-ladybug-5k-kids-fun-run-set 

The start of the Ladybug 5K in 2015
The start of the Ladybug 5K in 2015

Thursday, September 21, 2017

In the News: Kennedy talks health care; new director at Voices Against Violence

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:

"Calling the Republican-backed health care bill a piece of “zombie” legislation that will not die, U.S. Rep. Joe Kennedy III told the Franklin Chamber of Commerce at Dean College Wednesday that this legislation if passed would have a devastating effect on Massachusetts. 
He said that some of the mandatory protections put into place by the Affordable Care Act will be made optional instead. He estimates that there will be a 20-percent spike in premiums that first year, and that 30 to 32 million people will lose healthcare coverage altogether. 
“Pre-existing condition coverage, they might cover you, they might not,” he said of the repeal vote in the Senate slated to take place in 10 days. “The cost of getting covered for pregnancy could go up about roughly $20,000. Substance use disorder similarly would have about a $20,000 increase.” 
Kennedy, D-4th, mentioned that the new bill will essentially leech from states such as Massachusetts, New York, and California, whom have been investing in statewide healthcare for a number of years, and re-distribute those funds to states that haven’t been saving as much or at all."

Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required) 
http://www.milforddailynews.com/news/20170920/kennedy-talks-healthcare-at-dean-college


"After a few months on the job, Patricia Hohl finds every day both rewarding and challenging. 
As the new director of Voices Against Violence, a Framingham-based nonprofit that serves victims of sexual abuse and domestic violence, she listens to tough stories each day. Then she and her staff figure out how to help and protect their clients. 
“It sounds like a cliché, but it truly means a lot to me to make a difference in my own community. It’s just something I believe in as a human being,” said Hohl, who took over as director in June. She replaced Mary Gianakis, who led the agency for two decades. 
The goal of the agency is to prevent domestic violence and sexual abuse, and help survivors forge a new life. All services are free and confidential."

Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required) 
http://www.milforddailynews.com/news/20170920/voices-against-violence-welcomes-new-director

Voices Against Violence, a Framingham-based nonprofit that serves victims of sexual abuse and domestic violence
Voices Against Violence, a Framingham-based nonprofit that serves victims of sexual abuse and domestic violence

Saturday, October 22, 2016

In the News: Kennedy speaks to FHS AP class; Tri-County explores modern manufacturing

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:

"The key to success as a lawmaker on Capitol Hill is to find common ground, U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy III told students Friday at Franklin High School's U.S. National Government and Politics AP class. 
He said it is his job to address change in a Congress where his party is a minority. 
"If I want to get something passed, I need to find pieces of policy that my Republican colleagues will not only like, but will champion," he said. "We will have philosophical disagreements about a number of issues, but my job isn't to pick a fight." 
Democrat Kennedy - running for re-election in the state's Fourth District against Dighton Republican David Rosa, who spoke to the students earlier in the week - learned that the environment, gun control, abortion rights and national security were the top concerns among the U.S. National Government and Politics AP class.

Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required)
http://www.milforddailynews.com/news/20161021/kennedy-gives-talk-at-franklin-high-school

U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy III speaking at the recent ribbon cutting for downtown Franklin
U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy III speaking at the recent ribbon cutting for downtown Franklin


"A microscopic pair of scissors sparked a large reaction from Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School students Friday morning. 
As Alex Magyar, vice president of operations at Medway’s MicroGroup, Inc., placed the tiny tool under a microscope, he explained the device - built right there in the company’s facility - is used for cataract eye surgery. 
“That is awesome,” said one student. “That is terrifying,” cried another.

Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required)
http://www.milforddailynews.com/news/20161021/tri-county-students-get-inside-look-at-franklin-manufacturing

Friday, October 14, 2016

In the News: Rappa recognized, Ladybug 5K on Saturday

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:

"Franklin resident Robert Rappa was recently voted chairman emeritus by the Tri-County Regional School Committee in recognition of his decades long commitment to the district. 
Rappa, a member of the committee since the building first opened in 1977, announced plans to step down from his post last spring after 40 years. He was also a member of the building committee prior to construction of the school. 
In a unanimous vote on Sept. 21, the school committee awarded Rappa the title of chairman emeritus."

Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required)
http://www.milforddailynews.com/news/20161013/tri-county-regional-school-committee-honors-franklin-resident


"A 5-kilometer race in town this weekend will raise funds for enrichment activities for Kennedy Elementary School. 
The race - the Ladybug 5K and hosted by the school's Parent Communication Council (PCC) - is set to start from the school at 10 a.m. Saturday. 
Race director Stacey Federico said the PCC works to provide students with opportunities they might not otherwise have. 
"We're the parent group that fundraises for enrichment activities," she said. "(Without those funds), schools wouldn't be able to do things like field trips."

Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required)
http://www.milforddailynews.com/news/20161013/franklin-ladybug-5k-set-for-saturday

The start of the Ladybug 5K in 2015
The start of the Ladybug 5K in 2015

Thursday, October 6, 2016

Don't miss out on the Ladybug 5K - Saturday, October 15

This year's Ladybug 5K will be on Saturday, October 15th, starting from Kennedy School at 551 Pond St. In addition to the 5K, there will be kids races, games, face painting, and raffles. Fun, family friendly event.
  • Race registration and number pick up start at 8:30 AM
  • Kids race at 9:30
  • 5K at 10 AM
  • Cash prize for top male and top female overall in the 5K

Registration is available for the 5K, kids race and family pricing of $50 per family.

Participants can preregister at https://racewire.com/register.php?id=6650

For more details see our website at www.ladybug5k.com

The start of the Ladybug 5K in 2015
The start of the Ladybug 5K in 2015

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Did you register for the Ladybug 5K - Saturday, Oct 15?

This year's Ladybug 5K will be on Saturday, October 15th, starting from Kennedy School at 551 Pond St. In addition to the 5K, there will be kids races, games, face painting, and raffles. Fun, family friendly event.
  • Race registration and number pick up start at 8:30 AM
  • Kids race at 9:30
  • 5K at 10 AM
  • Cash prize for top male and top female overall in the 5K

Registration is available for the 5K, kids race and family pricing of $50 per family.

Participants can preregister at https://racewire.com/register.php?id=6650

For more details see our website at www.ladybug5k.com

The start of the Ladybug 5K in 2015
The start of the Ladybug 5K in 2015

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Ladybug 5K - Saturday, October 15

This year's Ladybug 5K will be on Saturday, October 15th, starting from Kennedy School at 551 Pond St. In addition to the 5K, there will be kids races, games, face painting, and raffles. Fun, family friendly event.
  • Race registration and number pick up start at 8:30 AM
  • Kids race at 9:30
  • 5K at 10 AM
  • Cash prize for top male and top female overall in the 5K

Registration is available for the 5K, kids race and family pricing of $50 per family.

Participants can preregister at https://racewire.com/register.php?id=6650

For more details see our website at www.ladybug5k.com

The start of the Ladybug 5K in 2015
The start of the Ladybug 5K in 2015