Tuesday, February 12, 2013
The school committee is urging parents to take the survey
Wednesday, Feb. 13 is the last day to complete the on-line, web-based survey regarding a new district superintendent. On June 30, Superintendent Robert Maguire will retire, and the Medfield Public School Committee is currently searching for his replacement and seeking community input in that search. The web-based survey should take about 15 minutes to complete and is a series of questions that ask about your desired characteristics in a new Superintendent, what makes the town of Medfield unique, what are the schools' strengths and weaknesses, etc. To fill out the survey by Feb. 13, click here.
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. …
Thursday, June 16, 2011
Medfield ranks 81 for in Massachusetts affordable real estate markets, according to a survey issued by Coldwell Banker Real Estate.
Medfield is one of the least affordable real estate markets in the state, according to a new real estate report released Wednesday. Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC's Home Listing Report ranked Medfield as the 81st affordable of 88 Massachusetts real estate markets. The study surveyed the average home listing price of four-bedroom, two-bathroom properties on coldwellbanker.com that were listed between September 2010 and March 2011 from more than 2,300 North American markets, according to a press release. Markets included in the U.S. report had to have at least 10 properties fitting the criteria during that time. Medfield's average listing price was $764,550, the report said. Neighboring Walpole ranked 58th, at $585,982. Springfield was the…