They next meet September 10.
Though school committee member Norman Plourde, of Sterling, put forward a motion on Monday to give a vote of confidence to Pandiscio and not accept his resignation, the committee was unable to vote on the matter due to a rule preventing action on new business the same night it was presented.
The committee voted 8 to 7 against suspending the bylaws to vote on the motion, with some citing concerns that five members were absent and would not be a part of such a vital decision.
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
And speaking of Wachusett...
The Wachusett Regional School Committee met last night, and there's some indication that they may not accept Superintendent Pandiscio's resignation: