Superintendent Dr. Laurie Hunter unveiled A Roadmap to Reopening the Concord Public Schools and the Concord-Carlisle Regional School District. You can find that document on the Concord and Concord-Carlisle Schools website.
There will be more discussions about reopening plans as well as calendar plans.
TODAY at 5 pm, the plan to reopen school will be discussed at the Joint School Committee meeting. The agenda is found here as well as the zoom information: https://www.concordps.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/CCSC-Joint-Agenda-7.27.20-1.pdf.
We had a very productive and successful year despite the mid-year pandemic interruption. SEPAC organized a number of well-attended workshops and focus groups promoted with a multi-channel marketing effort. Our social media presence reinforced outreach with information shared regarding District happenings, area workshops, and articles of interest to members of our community. You can read about all of our work and accomplishments this year in our annual report to the School Committees.
We hope this month’s SEPAC Newsletter finds you and your families heathy and safe. In this brief newsletter, we wanted to take the opportunity to share some timely information that we hope you will find helpful. The SEPAC is here to support you. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
A recording of the Friday, March 20, 2020 Virtual Superintendent’s Coffee is posted. 185 people attended the Zoom virtual coffee. Dr. Hunter will hold these sessions weekly.
Share your voice in the design process of Concord’s future middle school building!
The CMS Building Committee will host its next Public Forum on Thursday, February 27 at 7:00pm in the Peabody Forum. Representatives from the Building Committee and design team SMMA|EwingCole will share highlights of recent site visits, present an overview of the educational visioning and programming work completed to-date, describe next steps, collect further feedback on vision and direction, and answer questions.
The middle school building project is currently in the Feasibility Study phase, which will last through the end of February and lead into the Schematic Design phase as of March. The Building Committee plans to narrow down design concepts by spring and bring the project to a Special Town Meeting for funding approval this fall. This Public Forum is the best opportunity for residents to share thoughts on elements and attributes of the building design early in the process.
For questions, or to share input if you are unable to attend the Forum, please email the Middle School Building Committee at MSBC@concordps.org.
What: A Chance to Share your Input in the Design of Concord’s New Middle School Building
When: Thursday, February 27, 7:00pm
Where: Concord Middle School Peabody Building, in “The Forum”
A Special Board Meeting of the Concord Public Schools and Concord-Carlisle Regional School District Special Education Parent Advisory Council has been convened to ensure parents can provide input at this critical stage in the planning process.
Please join us to learn about the new middle school. You will have the opportunity to give input on what special education students need and have your questions answered. SMMA, the architects and project managers, will present an overview of the project and Superintendent Laurie Hunter and Ruth Grube, Director of Student Services, will be present to hear from the SEPAC community.
When: Thursday 30th January from 1:30 – 3:00 pm
Where: Conference Room 4, Ripley Building, Meriam Road
If you have any questions or would like to give us your input; please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
On Tuesday, January 14, 2020 in the Sanborn Middle School the Concord Middle School Building Committee is hosting a community forum for parents and community members to ask questions, give feedback, and input during this crucial planning phase of the project.
What do you envision for the new middle school? What building challenges have there been in your child’s education that you would like addressed in the new building? Your voice and experiences are important. Let the Building Committee know what your student needs to help them find success in middle school.