First up are several honors: we're honoring Mr. Milton Cordeiro for his 27 years of service to the school district; Hanover Insurance for the amazing number of things they do for the schools; and recognizing Worcester Tech for their recent Today show appearance (which, if you haven't seen it, is on the worcesterschools.org website).
We've got the results of the state's survey of parents about special education.
We're being asked to open contract negotiations with our custodians and our computer technicians.
North High would like to name room 302 after Mary Clifford.
Elm Park Community School is petitioning for uniforms.
We have another batch of retirements/resignations/appointments.
We've got a batch of reports coming back:
- representation of schools at CPPAC meetings
- summer staff training sessions
- elementary school libraries (where are they operating, how, and for how many hours)
- revised budgets of the latest batch of innovation schools
- Constitution Day activities (which definitely didn't happen at all schools)
We are being asked for permission to prepare the next batch of MSBA statements of interest.
We've also got a rather interesting report from Finance on the City Manager's Five Year Plan, particularly as it pertains to Other Post-Employment Benefits (OPEB).
We'll be at City Hall at seven (or thereabouts).