North Middlesex officials cautious about 2012 budget

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Approaching the fiscal 2012 budget with caution, North Middlesex Regional School District officials decided Monday night to try to maintain the current level of student services next year.
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We agree with Susan Robbins, "We should keep our focus on student achievement," and, "everyone needs to keep in mind what makes the North Middlesex school system an attractive one and to preserve those qualities." For once let's provide Dr. Marshall with the resources she needs.
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Pro ed mom wrote:
We agree with Susan Robbins, "We should keep our focus on student achievement," and, "everyone needs to keep in mind what makes the North Middlesex school system an attractive one and to preserve those qualities." For once let's provide Dr. Marshall with the resources she needs.
Go back to the rock you crawled out from...this is the same supt. who's one of the highest paid in the state at nearly $200K, who's the first to propose cutting student programs (music, world language) before she steps forward to offer ANY concession to lead by example. She's signed on all her cronies from Quabbin to various positions in central office with highly inflated salaries and bennies, all at the taxpayers' expense. Please spare us the crapola, pro ed mom (or Sybil, since you're referring to yourself as "we"). After central office, special ed. is one of the first areas that needs some "adjustments" in personnel...on warning status AGAIN for poor MCAS performance of spec. ed. students! Deplorable.
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Hopkinton, MA

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"For once let's provide Dr. Marshall with the resources she needs.."

She already has more resources than she needs. Our home values are declining rapidly. Yet taxes are going up. We need massive local cuts in spending

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