It’s local election time in Belmont, and Blogging Belmont is back with its guide to the candidates. Check it out before you vote on April 4!
Tag: Belmont Public Schools
Survey: What do you want from Belmont’s next superintendent?
The Belmont Superintendent Screening Committee published an online survey to help identify screening criteria for our next school superintendent. Make your voice heard!
Take The Survey: What Do You Want From A Local Paper?
A group of volunteers is thinking of starting a non-profit paper for Town. But first they need feedback on what readers want in a local paper. Take the survey and let them know!
This We Agree On: Vote Epstein To Prevent Crippling Cuts To Belmont’s Schools
Closing an elementary school? Laying off 120 teachers? Those are the choices we’d face if a Select Board candidate makes good on his promise to cut $10 million from the Schools’ budget. Don’t let that happen.
Election 2022: A Guide to the Candidates
Who is running for what in the Town election April 5? What do they stand for and what will they do if elected? Check out our voter’s guide!
Show up Wednesday AM to support Solar at Middle-High School:
Hey Blogging Belmont readers. Just an update that the Belmont Middle- High School Building Committee will convene on Wednesday morning (tomorrow) February 16 at 8:00 AM. The link to the full agenda is here. The link to the Zoom meeting…
(Updated) You Busy Friday Morning? 7-12 School Solar Is On The Block Again
It’s not deja vu: the Belmont Middle- and High School Building Committee is again seriously contemplating eliminating a rooftop solar array from the project, citing concerns about cost overruns. A vote is scheduled for Friday morning (February 11) at 8 AM. Please attend and show your support for the photovoltaic solar array.
Belmont: Our Best Days Are Ahead
Belmont’s best days are ahead of it. But no community ever shrank its way to greatness. To realize a brighter future, we need to embrace a vision for what our town can be, and do the yeoman’s work to make that vision reality.
A Change Election (Change To What: TBD)
Change was the theme of the April 6 town election. But change to what? With the failure of Question 1, Belmont has few good options.
Belmont Parents: Don’t Build a Monument to Anger. Join Me In Voting Yes.
As parents of Belmont students, we have every right to be angry and disappointed in the performance of our schools this year. But as a dark winter turns to Spring, let’s look to the future and invest in it, not build a monument to our anger. Vote YES on Question 1.