The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, June 22, 2007

GOAL GAINED. The Carlisle School Class of 2007 pauses at the summit of Mount Monadnock on June 14, during the year-end eighth-grade trip. Graduation coverage begins on page 10. (Photo by Nancy Roberts)
"I have always felt that the Town Clerk is sort of the 'Good Will Ambassador' for the town," states Charlene Hinton, Carlisle's Town Clerk, whose job brings her in daily contact with town residents. The Mosquito, as part of an occasional series on municipal employees, recently spoke with her to learn about her job. Unlike most elected officials, ...more

After a four-hour closed-door executive session on Thursday, June 14, the Carlisle School Committee (CSC) began their response to the Carlisle Teachers Association (CTA) vote of "no confidence" in Superintendent Marie Doyle by issuing a statement and speaking to school personnel. The Teachers Association announcement and explanation of the 54 to ...more

The Carlisle School was the scene for the "Skate the Hate" stunt-skaters contest last Saturday, June 16, the same night as the eighth-grade graduation dance. When parents arrived to set up for the dance, they were surprised to see over 40, mostly adult, rollerbladers throwing themselves down the railings lining the cement stairs, landing (upright ...more

The Carlisle Police have opened an investigation into a letter and car defacing incident that allegedly targeted Superintendent Marie Doyle, said Carlisle School Committee (CSC) member Michael Fitzgerald. He would not comment on the contents of the letter, which was addressed to the CSC, but did say it might be viewed as a threat to Superintendent Marie Doyle. ...more

Lyle Kirtman of Future Management Systems is no longer working as a facilitator with the Carlisle School, said Carlisle School Superintendent Marie Doyle in a phone conversation last Wednesday, June 13. Doyle said, "He didn't fulfill his responsibility. We had only brief meetings, but there was a conflict of interest." ...more

When the regular season ended on May 25, the Concord-Carlisle High School softball team found itself in what has become a familiar position — Dual County League (DCL) champions. With a regular season record of 20-0, the team had won their third consecutive DCL championship. In addition, C-C players accumulated a variety of individual honors: seven were ...more

DCL All Stars are (front, left to right): Eliza Jacobellis, Sydney Levan, Lisa DeBruzzi; (back): Assistant Coach Paul Antonanageli, Jayme Bilafer, Georgia Guttadauro, Kim Miner, Emily Beinecke and Coach Lisa McGloin. (Photo by Marcy Guttadauro
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