Tickets will soon be on sale for the retirement dinner of Medfield's Superintendent of Schools Bob Maguire who has been with the district since 1991.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Selectman Ann Thompson will not run for re-election after serving 30 years on the board.
Tonight is the final meeting for Selectman Ann Thompson who will not run for re-election after serving 30 years on the Medfield Board of Selectmen. Thompson, who chairs the committee this year, announced in November that she would not run for re-election. Richard DeSorgher is running unopposed for the seat. A tireless volunteer who sits on many boards, Thompson said she will continue to serve on other boards as needed. Thompson's final meeting has a full agenda including: AGENDA 6:45 p.m. to 7 p.m., Executive Session for the purpose of discussing collective bargaining 7 p.m., Public Hearing, Earth Removal Permit; applicant Michael Lueders dba West Mill Street LLC 7:30 p.m., Annual warrant hearing, Warrant Committee ACTION Medfield …
Monday, January 28, 2013
In addition to sitting on the formal search committee, there are other opportunities for the public to participate in the search process such as taking a 15 minute survey or participating in a one-hour focus group.
One of the many things that makes Medfield an attractive community to live is the Medfield Public School system. The head of that school system, currently Superintendent Robert Maguire, has a great responsibility to maintain its reputation of excellence. Maguire will retire from that position in June. The School Committee is currently searching for his replacement and seeking community input in that search. School Committee Chairman Debbie Norschese said there are several ways people can get involved in the search such as: "Becoming involved in the search gives them the opportunity to give us their perspective for the district as well as characteristics and qualities they would like to see in the next Superintendent," said Norschese. …
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
At its meeting on Monday, the school committee hired an executive search firm at a cost of $19,500.
The Medfield School Committee has chosen an executive search firm to help select the district's next Superintendent of Schools. Current Superintendent Bob Maguire announced last month that he will retire in June after 22 years in the district. Last week, the school committee interviewed two firms -- Future Management Systems, Inc. of Beverly and NESDEC of Marlborough -- that had responded to a Request for Proposals put out by the district. After the presentations, school committee members rated the applicants; that information was used to determine the best choice for the district. On Monday, the school committee unanimously voted to hire Future Management Systems at a rate of $19,500 which has been negotiated with the firm. According …
Monday, November 12, 2012
The following is a blog created by selectman Osler "Pete" Peterson.
The following was taken from selectman Osler "Pete" Peterson's blog, Medfield02052. New superintendent search process November 9, 2012 Letter today from the School Committee - SCHOOL COMMITTEE Town of Medfield, Massachusetts 02052 November 9,2012 Dear Parents, As you may know, at Monday’s School Committee meeting, Bob Maguire announced his intention to retire as Medfield’s Superintendent of Schools at the conclusion of this school year. Suffice it to say, there is no single individual who is more responsible for developing the Medfield school system into one of the highest performing districts in the state than Bob. His contributions on behalf of Medfield’s school children will be sorely missed. In our role as School Committee, it is our…