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Thank you for all those who voted for me today! I am honored to serve you, and I look forward to doing so for another two years.
Tuesday is Election Day…it’s all up to you!
Please come out and VOTE on Tuesday!
Thanks to the T&G editorial board for their endorsement in today’s paper!
There also is an article covering the candidates for Worcester School Committee, which has this to say:
Tracy O’Connell Novick and Dianna L. Biancheria have both served two terms on the committee. Both are inclined to question Ms. Boone on issues, and both voted against renewing Ms. Boone’s contract in 2011, as did Mr. O’Connell, who wanted a shorter contract.
Ms. Novick, a former teacher who has children in the schools and writes an education policy blog, has been an advocate for more recess, more music lessons, more physical education, less standardized testing and more teacher input.
Join us at Newton Square at 4:30 for a “Night Before the Election” Stand Out!
And we could still use help on Tuesday if you have any time!
And we could sure use your help!
If you have even an hour to spare, would you hold a sign for us outside a polling place on Tuesday, please?
Please message the campaign (see above!) if you can.
As is our tradition, we’ll be at Kelley Square today at 4 for a pre-trick-or-treating stand out!
Costumes are welcome! Please join us!
“A tireless and passionate advocate for the city’s public schools, Tracy O’Connell Novick is one of the School Committee members who clearly does her homework. Beyond knowing the issues, however, she brings ideas and potential solutions. She also brings a knowledge of education born out of hours and hours of research and paying attention not just to education on a local and state level, but nationally as well. Novick is unafraid to question and challenge the status quo. She also does not buy what she is told at face value – such as Common Core standards being as good as Massachusetts standards. We disagree and so does Novick.”
Thank you, Worcester Magazine!
You have one more chance!
Tuesday, October 29 at 7 pm
Room 201 of the Weller Academic Building (61 Sever Street)
This is a Town Hall Forum sponsored by the Worcester Educational Collaborative and the Worcester Chamber of Commerce.