The selectmen's chairman announced at Wednesday's meeting that no one has applied for the open School Committee seat.
The chairman, Jackie Belf-Becker, said the deadline to apply is Sept. 12.
See below for more information and how to apply for the vacant position:
People interested in being considered for appointment to fill the anticipated vacancy on the School Committee are asked to:
- submit a letter of interest
- a detailed resume
- what you would bring to the school committee
Two copies of materials should be submitted – both on the same day- one to the Board of Selectmen and one to the School Committee (addresses below).
Office of Selectmen- Attention Ms. Belf-Becker
188 Washington Street
Marblehead MA 01945
School Administration Office c/o Carmen Darisse, Attention Ms. Leonardson
9 Widger Road
Marblehead MA 01945
Deadline for submission is Thursday September 12th at 5 PM. Late applications will not be accepted.
The date for interviews and appointment by the joint School Committee- Board of Selectmen is scheduled for Wednesday September 18th, 8 PM Selectmen’s Room, Abbot Hall.
Due Thursday Sept 12th, 5 PM: Applicants’ submission of Letter of interest, detailed resume, and what person brings to school committee
- Wednesday, Sept. 18th School Committee- Board of Selectmen Joint meeting Interview of Candidates, Selection of new school committee member 8 PM Selectmen’s Meeting Room, Abbot Hall
Whoever is selected for the Nohelty seat will have to run for election in the spring if the person wants to continue serve on the committee.
2. Weather Watch:
Thursday's forecast calls for isolated showers and a high temperature of 67.
- Sunrise: 6:05 a.m.
- High tide:6:21 a.m.
- Low tide: 12:13 p.m.
- Sunset: 7:22 p.m.
Town Administrator Jeff Chelgren said the town was well represented at teacher orientation Wednesday. He was joined by Superintendent of Schools Maryann Perry, School Committee Chairman Kathy Leonardson as well as representatives from the fire and police departments.
4. Road Notes:
Police Chief Robert Picariello told selectmen Wednesday that he scouted utility work slated for Tuesday to stave off any disruptions to traffic on the opening day of school. He does not foresee problems.
5. Good Works: