The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, October 12, 2007

Election results

GO FOR IT! On a balmy fall day, youth in the Concord-Carlisle Soccer League scramble for the ball, overseen by coach Bob Hatch. (Photo by Mollie McPhee)

During the October 3 Carlisle School Committee meeting, parents expressed concern about the pending job-share being arranged in one of the two fifth-grade teams. Traditionally, the fifth grade has had the same model as the lower grades, with one teacher in a self-contained classroom. This year the fifth grade has been transitioned to "dyads" — ...more

Based on information that the town might receive state approval for the Spalding Building replacement project, the Carlisle School put its request for funds for an architect on hold — for now. After a conversation last week with Katherine Craven, director of the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA), it appears the agency might place Carlisle's ...more

The Carlisle School has begun the process of evicting the artists renting space in the Highland Building because they did not sign the one-year lease extension that had been offered to them. The Highland Building, built in 1908, is located on school property and is under the control of the Carlisle School Committee (CSC). ...more


Special Election for State RepresentativeTuesday, October 16. Polls open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
If you are 12 right now, you are probably experiencing some of the things that happen in Marcella Pixley's first novel, Freak. If you have already been through that year, chances are you remember it quite clearly, no matter how old you are. Generation after generation, 12 seems to be an inflamed, histrionic, frightening, inexplicable, and utterly exhausting ...more

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