Woonsocket School Committee Special Meeting Agenda 11-2-2022

 

Attached please find the agenda for a special meeting of the Woonsocket School Committee scheduled for Wednesday, November 2, 2022.  Open session will begin promptly at 6:00pm.  

 

In Person Location:

Hamlet Middle School, Cafeteria

60 Florence Drive, Woonsocket

Or

Virtual Platform:

 

Meeting ID

meet.google.com/qkf-vxii-toj

Phone Numbers

(‪US)‪+1 515-519-5355
PIN: ‪149 937 095#

 

AGENDA

SPECIAL MEETING

WOONSOCKET SCHOOL COMMITTEE

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2022

6:00 PM – OPEN SESSION

Location - Hamlet Middle School

60 Florence Drive

Woonsocket, RI 02895

Or

Virtual Platform

Meeting ID

meet.google.com/qkf-vxii-toj

Phone Numbers

(US)+1 515-519-5355

PIN: 149 937 095#

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Call to Order

Roll Call

AGENDA ITEMS

1. Discussion/Approval of a Variance Request to the Commissioner of Education for a Time

Extension to February 15, 2023 for Submission of our Stage II Application – P. McGee, B. Peryea

ADJOURNMENT

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For additional information or to request interpreter services, or other special services for the hearing impaired (i.e.,

readers/captioners, etc.), please contact Office of Superintendent three days prior to the meeting at (401) 767-4608; or by

the Tuesday prior to the meeting, or call 1-800-745-5555 (TTY), 1-800-745-6575 (Voice). This agenda will be posted 48

hours prior to the meeting. Any changes to this agenda will be posted on the Woonsocket Education Department website at

www.woonsocketschools.com, McFee Administration Building, Woonsocket Middle School, WACTC, City Hall, and Harris

Library and will be electronically filed with the Secretary of State at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting. The

Woonsocket Education Department does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, sex, sexual orientation, race, religion,

national origin, or disability. Posted on October 27, 2022.

 

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