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SIGN OF SPRING. Snowdrops bloom on a cool March day. (Photo by Mollie McPhee Ho)

Friday, March 5, 2010

Superintendent Marie Doyle hired by Longmeadow

Carlisle School Superintendent Marie Doyle has accepted the Superintendent position at Longmeadow Schools, near Springfield, Massachusetts, pending contract negotiations. Doyle was one of three finalists for the job, as well as a finalist for superintendent in at least four other school districts. ...more

No contest for Selectman, open slot for School Committee

There are not enough candidates running to fill upcoming openings in town government and as it stood at the close of the Town Caucus on Monday, March 1, all candidates are running unopposed. There are two openings on the Carlisle School Committee, but as of press time on Wednesday, there was only one person running. The names of candidates (see table below) ...more

Why a Carlisle School building project now?

On April 5 Carlisle voters will be asked to approve construction funding for the $20 million Carlisle School Building Project. Of this, $12.3 million will be borne by Carlisle taxpayers and up to $7 million reimbursed through a grant from the Massachusetts School Building Authority. With student population on a slow downward trend, the economy uncertain, and ...more

A horse of a different color: Seventh-graders open The Wizard of Oz on March 11

Just as CCHS brings to a close its delightful production of Wonderful Town this weekend, Carlisle fans of student performances can enjoy a “horse of a different color”: the curtain rises on March 11 on Carlisle’s annual Seventh Grade Play, right here, where “there’s no place like home.” A cast of 72 students as well as a backstage crew, light crew, ...more

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