Why is it that some Kindergarten classes each have a full time para (not inclusion) and other schools either have to share one para per 3 classes or part time only. Lincoln and Hoover have to do this. What about other schools. Just curious. It should be the same across town unless special Ed correct ?
Probably class size
Would someone please give me a VERY brief description of what a paraprofessional is/does, and similarly brief explanation as to why we didn't have/need them in the 50's (class size?)?
Who is running for re-election for school Committee this year? Anyone leaving?
Whose what? Or did you mean "who's"?
Off your meds again, huh?
'John' you are a lying, hate-filled fraud.
OneMelrose 'hired a political team from Washington' are you effing serious? No such thing happened. You lie...fact.
'Maya gets on by default'? Actually, that's the rule, she gets on because she had the stones to run for office, unlike you. You could not be bothered to run for office, because you are a coward that would rather pound away on your keyboard and post on an anonymous blog.
Hitler, Koran, Muslims, God, Taymore, Broduer? You forgot the Lindbergh Baby and some BS about the grassy-knoll. I am glad you are 'packing up and heading north because this town is not what it used to be'. First Melrose a city not a town, and I don't know what it 'used to be'? I've been here 40+ years and it has never been better. I suppose the only way it will get better is when you pack up your U-Haul and scram.
Please post a picture of the 'Entering New Hampshire" sign when you drive past it so we'll all know that you are gone. I swing by Beacon Hill grab a bottle of champagne, park my ass on the wall outside city hall with Taymore, Maya, Brodeur, and anyone else that works to make Melrose a better place, and toast your departure.