The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, May 12, 2006

News

"The position of superintendent is unbelievably exposed," said Carlisle School Committee (CSC) Chair David Dockterman on May 4 as he presented the CSC's generally favorable annual evaluation of Marie Doyle, who is completing her second year as superintendent at the Carlisle School. The CSC set three goals for the future: to clarify administrative ...more

Despite heavy rain showers during the afternoon and evening on Tuesday, 966 citizens made their way to Town Hall to cast their ballots in the Town Election. According to election officials, 12 people were waiting in line when the polls opened at 7 a.m. Throughout the day, a steady stream of voters, "one a minute" is how Assistant Town Clerk Irene ...more

Filling the Robbins Library to capacity, parents and community members, including Carlisle Chief of Police John Sullivan, gathered on April 27 to hear Dr. Henry Abraham speak. He is a co-recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, and the author of What's a Parent to Do? Straight Talk on Drugs and Alcohol. He is also a member of the psychiatry department of ...more

Change is always hard in Carlisle. Over the last 25 years, Carlisle has had five school superintendents and each time there has been a period of adjustment. Judging by the recent series of resignations of her administrative staff, it has been a rough start for new Superintendent Marie Doyle, who arrived in Carlisle in September, 2004. ...more

Building plan and wastewater plant. At the May 4 Carlisle School Committee (CSC) meeting, CSC member Christy Barbee announced that the master building plan is complete. "Also, the wastewater treatment facility is 'up and running.'" CSC Chair David Dockterman asked if there would not be a "ceremonial first flush?" ...more

The end of the school year at CCHS will be as follows, with each day ending at 11:05 a.m.:

Tuesday, June 20 Finals for H and G Block classes

Wednesday, June 21

Finals for F and E Block classes ...more

May 8 to 12: CSA Book Fair, ...more

7:30 p.m. Town Hall

7:30 Greystone Crossing ...more


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