The first of the two sessions was an overview and training session for the newly formed committee.
Superintendent Sara Ahern provided an overview of the District Improvement Plan (DIP) and lead into her entry plan. Each school's improvement plan takes the DIP down to their level for standardization across the district and includes school specific objectives.
Middle/High school plans
The School Committee discussed preparing for the Superintendent review due in May 2018. Also considering a self-evaluation by the School Committee.
If SC members have a query about the schools, send it to the Superintendent with copy to SC chair. If something specific needs to be updated from that query, the Superintendent will reply or include in a future update (depending upon the timing).
reminder to SC members be careful commenting on social media
use the new SC email accounts for SC business
discussion to schedule an update on the open meeting law for a future session
The SC and Central Office staff moved to the Council Chambers to continue the regular portion of the meeting at 7:00 PM.
The Superintendent updates can be found here
The MCAS update document can be found here:
A proposal to re-do the concession stand at the high school was viewed and discussed. It will come back for a formal approval.
Additional notes from the meeting reported live on Tuesday can be found here:
- Live reporting: to Closing
- Live reporting: Discussion Only Items
- Live reporting: Discussion - Action items
- Live reporting: School Committee - Nov 28, 2017
|FHS is HONORED to receive the 2016-2017 Hockomock Sportsmanship Award. This banner will be displayed in our gym for the remainder of the year. SO PROUD of our student-athletes and coaches! #CharacterCounts #PantherPride #Hockomock|
FHS is HONORED to receive the 2016-2017 Hockomock Sportsmanship Award. This banner will be displayed in our gym for the remainder of the year. SO PROUD of our student-athletes and coaches! #CharacterCounts #PantherPride #Hockomock pic.twitter.com/6N9ycytsET— FranklinAthletics (@FHSSports) November 15, 2017