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Welcome to the Massachusetts Association of School Committees (MASC). The MASC mission is to achieve excellence in school committee leadership through advocacy, training and service. We are pleased to offer a rich array of publications, web site resources, workshops, conferences and other support for the valuable school committee work that our members do.
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MASC BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2015: Back row (left to right): Geoffrey Swett (Wareham, Chair-Division VII); Mary Jo Rossetti (Somerville, Past (2013) President); John Hockridge (North Adams, Chair-Division VI); Patrick Francomano (King Philip Reg. President 2015); Ann Marie Cugno (Medford, Immediate (2014) Past President); Jake Oliveira (Ludlow, President Elect); Devin Sheehan (Holyoke, Chair-Division V); Patrick Murphy (Barnstable, Vice President); Front row (left to right): Ellen Holmes (Ashburnham-Westminster Reg., Chair-Division IV); Evelyn Thoren (Chelmsford, Co-Chair-Division I); Paulette Van der Kloot (Medford, Chair-Division IX); Charlene McEntee (Plainville, Chair-Division III); Deborah Davis (Northeast Metro Voc. Tech., Chair-Division VIII); Beverly Hugo (Framingham, Secretary-Treasurer). Not pictured: Dina Sullivan (Triton Reg., Co-Chair-Division I).
We are excited to announce the results of a survey conducted by Panorama Education, an MASC Partner. We received over 300 responses from school committee members, superintendents and school administrators from across the state.
Handouts and other materials from the 2014 MASC/MASS Joint Conference panel sessions are now available for download!
Division III Meeting (October 1, 2014, West Bridgewater)
The MASC report on final FY15 budget, the Massachusetts Gun Violence bill and other related end-of-year rulings and legislative issues related to education is now available for download.
The seven resolutions and proposed amendments to the MASC by-laws that will be considered and debated by the delegates to the 2014 Annual Meeting (Wednesday, November 5, 3:00pm, Resort and Conference Center, Hyannis) are posted online for review and will be included in the annual Delegate Manual that will be mailed to all members in early September.