The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, June 18, 1999


Carlisle School Committee applauds school volunteers

The Carlisle School is extremely appreciative of the volunteer work of many dedicated Carlisle School volunteers. At the school committee meeting on June 8, a number of volunteers were recognized:

Carslisle School Association officers,

Karla Johnson, president

Karen Huntress, executive vice-president

Sarah Rolley, vice-president

Karen Morse,classroom volunteer

Cally Grean, emergency bus coordinator

Carolyn Higgins, Cultural Enrichment

Pam Blair, school council

Paula Trebino, CEF president

Amy Mestancik, Handbook, Ed Forum

Abha Singhal, school library

Helen Lyons, school library

Susan Mills, school library

In making the presentations Superintendent Fox-Melanson said, "We want to highlight the work of a few individuals. They are representative of all the people who do so much for the schools. Thank you all. Carlisle is indeed very fortunate, as the school is supported by incredibly dedicated volunteers. "

Clean water award

Fox-Melanson also announced that the Carlisle Public School Water Department was honored in a Worcester City Hall ceremony for "its efforts to provide a safe, clean, drinking water supply to its customers." Superintendent of buildings and grounds David Flannery received the Massachusetts Public Water System Award which annually recognizes community water suppliers for their outstanding performance in providing customers with clean, dependable drinking water. The 522 community water systems in the state are annually rated for their compliance with drinking water regulations, source protection, distribution programs, and administrative quality. "This proclamation is notable and laudable, considering all the concerns in town with water," said Fox-Melanson.

Teacher awards and more thanks

At the Carlisle School Association luncheon, Outstanding Service Awards made available by the Carlisle Education Foundation were presented to the Physical Education team Sally Watts, Margaret Heigl, and Philip LaPalme and Allan Ticotsky, systems mentor of the elementary school.

The school administration presented first-grade teacher Esther Almgren with a 20-year plaque. Technical integration specialist David Mayall and grade 5 teacher Bill Tate were awarded crystal apple awards to acknowledge their 30 years of teaching.

The Carlisle Castle has been cleaned, thanks to parent Mark Lemire, his son, Timothy, and the custodial staff.

Fox-Melanson thanked the administrative team, the school committee and new committee member Harry Crowther for helping her remain in the loop of operations during her recent illness. She commented that she spent about three hours a day on the phone the previous two weeks.

1999 The Carlisle Mosquito