Friday, July 17, 2009
CCHS Facilities Master Plan Committee members
At the meeting July 9, each of the members of the CCHS Facilities Master Plan Committee introduced themselves:
Diana Rigby, Superintendent of the Concord and Concord-Carlisle Regional School Districts, is “looking forward to finally having a high school building this community deserves.”
Jerry Wedge, Concord School and Concord-Carlisle Regional School Committees, has a daughter who just graduated from CCHS and another entering 8th grade. He was a member of the building committee for Willard School, which opens this fall, and a member of the committee that drafted the 2005 CCHS building recommendation.
Michael Fitzgerald, Carlisle citizen, formerly Carlisle School and Concord-Carlisle Regional School Committee member and member of the Board of Selectmen (BOS), graduated from CCHS in “the grand halcyon days of the 1970s.” Ten members of his extended family have attended CCHS.
Louis Salemy, Carlisle and Concord-Carlisle Regional School Committees, has three sons entering freshman and sophomore years at CCHS and 6th grade in Carlisle.
Elise Woodward, Concord Board of Selectmen, is an architect.
Karla Johnson, Carlisle citizen, is an architect and past president of the Carlisle School Association. She has two daughters who graduated from CCHS; one in graduate school “bought into life-long learning.”
Peter Badalament, Principal, CCHS, has young children in the Framingham school system and is “really looking forward to the outcome of this committee’s work.”
John Boynton, Concord citizen, is involved with the Carlisle Educational Foundation, is a graduate of CCHS, attended Carlisle Schools and has four young children in the Concord Schools. His parents were in the first graduating class in the “new” high school in 1964.
Charlie Sample, Concord citizen, is a general contractor and real estate developer. He has four children; the oldest is in tenth grade at CCHS
Doug Stevenson, Carlisle Board of Selectmen (may be replaced by Bill Tice) is a general contractor and 1981 graduate of CCHS. He has three children in the Carlisle Schools.
Dave Anderson, Facilities Director.
Brian Crounse, Concord Comprehensive Sustainable Energy Committee, is a management consultant and an environmental engineer with children in the Concord Schools.
Brian Miller, CCHS Teacher, is a Burlington resident and member of the CCHS science department.
Committee members not present:
John Flaherty, CCHS Deputy Superintendent of Finance and Operations.
Michelle Ernst is a Concord citizen.
Joseph Morahan is a Concord Police Sergeant.
A CCHS student, to be determined.
Meetings will be the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays at the CCHS Library. The next is scheduled for July 23. ∆
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