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FM #781 - Special School Cmte Mtg: Superintendent Candidate Interview - 04/13/22
Episode 78122nd April 2022 • Franklin Matters Radio • Steve Sherlock
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This session of the radio show shares the Special School Committee - Superintendent Candidate Interview meeting held Wednesday, April 13, 2022. 

There is only one item on the agenda: Candidate for Superintendent of Schools Interview

  • Denise Spencer, School Committee Chair opened the meeting. 14 questions were going to be asked of the candidate, Asst Superintendent Lucas Giguere. 2 questions for each member of the committee, one at a time, with a break to check on timing, etc. midway through the questions.  
  • The meeting recording runs an hour and 5 minutes. The School Committee will also meet in public to deliberate on the candidate qualification and make a decision on April 26.


Meeting agenda-> 

My notes (for the portion of the meeting I was able to attend, effectively the first 7 questions) -> 


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