The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, October 1, 2010

A MANE EVENT. A horse-drawn hayride was one of many activities offered at Great Brook Farm State Park on Farm Day, September 26. (Photo by Priscilla Stevens)

CCHS feasibility study gets green light from state

Regional School Committee Chair Louis Salemy said, “CCHS has been given the green light to move forward to the next phase, the feasibility study, with Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA). ...more

Carlisle and Concord confer, CCHS eyes 3% budget increase

Carlisle’s relationship with its partner in education, Concord, appeared hale and hardy at a Joint Coordination Meeting of the two towns’ Boards of Selectmen (BOS) and Finance Committees (FinComs) with the Regional School Committee on September 23. Both towns reported some positive trends for FY12 that may relieve some of the cost-cutting pressure experienced ...more

Highland bid rejected, project postponed again

The Highland Building Committee may re-bid the stabilization project a third time this winter, after the single painting sub-bid received was rejected, at $87,000. Five bids were received earlier in the month for the general contracting work. Committee member Bob Stone conducted a phone interview on September 22 with architect Lynn Spencer of Menders, Torrey ...more

How can injuries be minimized in youth sports?

Concord-Carlisle High School Athletics Director and President of the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) Barry Haley organized a symposium last week with speakers who discussed youth sports injuries: concussions, ACL injuries and sudden cardiac death syndrome. Exercises we can all do to increase balance and core strength were also discussed. ...more

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