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Despite it being the night of a Red Sox World Series game and at least the ninth candidates forum of the election season, about 50 parent voters came Wednesday to the the city’s high school for a final glimpse at their School Committee options Nov. 5.
Give the kids some free Halloween fun. Hear The Interrobang go out with a regular if glorious bang. Take to the ice costumed at LGBT Halloween Skate Night. Experience top storytellers with 1st Person, Plural. Take in free classical in your choice of instrument and time.
The city’s 12 Community School Programs welcomed the announcement by Clean Slate candidates Nadeem Mazen, Janneke House and Dennis Carlone that, once elected, they will initiate action in City Council to add full-time positions.
The first-time City Council candidates running as the Clean Slate – Dennis Carlone, Janneke House and Nadeem Mazen – are holding get-acquainted hours from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at danger!awesome, at 10 Prospect St., Central Square.
First-time City Council candidates Dennis Carlone, Janneke House and Nadeem Mazen – running as the Clean Slate – support an increase in staffing for the Community Schools program under the City’s Department of Human Services.
City Council candidate and 2006 Cambridge Rindge & Latin School graduate Luis Vasquez returned last week to his old stomping grounds to tour the renovated facility and speak in a seniors civics class.
Kadete’s goals are to raise academic expectations for all students and make the public school system one of the best-performing urban school systems in the country.
For all who value high-quality, early childhood education and care and who want to see Cambridge become a beacon in this area for all families, Marc has earned your vote.
The question of longer school days gets a presentation Tuesday by the school district superintendent, as well as an chance for public comment. Officials and parents attending will likely see an extended “school day” of their own.
Elected officials keen on early childhood education weren’t taking slow for an answer Monday.