CARE at Celebrate Norfolk Day!
Celebrate Norfolk Day was a great success. Beautiful weather and a well organized event resulted in a great turnout! Kudos and hats off to the planning committee for an amazing job. We're glad to have had an opportunity to participate.
Our Norfolk CARE carabiners (and bubble gum) were a big hit and helped us kick off efforts to bring a Parent Leadership workshop by the Institute for Responsive Education to Norfolk. Activity at the CARE table was steady throughout the day and we appreciate everyone stopping by to add names to the email list.
Survey results will be sent out to all who signed up. If you haven't received yours, please email us at NorfolkCARE@hotmail.com or email@example.com.
NORFOLK CARE STEERING COMMITTEE PLANNING MEETING
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, NORFOLK PUBLIC LIBRARY, 6:30 – 7:30 PM
The Norfolk CARE Steering Committee is holding a planning meeting on Sunday, September 24 in the Norfolk Public Library Community Room from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss and plan CARE’s future activities.
The planning meeting is open to the public. CARE welcomes all community input and encourages interested Norfolk residents and teachers to attend. For those unable to participate but who would like to contact CARE with suggestions or ideas, please email NorfolkCARE@hotmail.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or write to Box 94, Norfolk MA 02056.
CARE’s primary mission is to offer a supportive resource, forum, and voice in the management of our schools to parents and the community.
CARE Survey Results
CARE survey results will be shared for the first time Wednesday, June 21 at 7:00 at the Norfolk Public Library. All are welcome to attend.
For your report of the CARE survey results, please email us at email@example.com.
Take CARE's Survey!
Take the CARE Survey
The survey has been designed to collect opinions and ideas from those interested in education for Norfolk children and inquires about the issues most important to respondents regarding our schools. The survey takes only 5-10 minutes to complete and it may be taken anonymously. The feedback will be invaluable in helping CARE prioritize the issues and guide our activities. Click here for a link to the survey
Thank you for your time and care.
NCTV Candidates' Forum Time Change!
We have been informed that due to the amount of municipal programming this week, NCTV has changed the times of the CARE
Candidates' Forum, which was taped on Sunday, April 9. The new times for everyday showing are 10am and 6pm on Channel 22. We hope you will make the time to get to know two of the candidates in the contested race for Norfolk School Committee. CARE
thanks Mr. Dean Manning and Mr. John Olivieri for participating as well as the community for providing many of the questions for the candidates. CARE
welcomes your feedback and encourages you to continue providing your input. Take the CARE
survey now to weigh in with your opinions and ideas about the issues that are most important to you regarding our schools. The survey takes only 5-10 minutes to complete and it may be taken anonymously. Your feedback will be invaluable in helping CARE
prioritize the issues and guide our activities. If you have trouble with this link, please copy and past this URL into your browser: http://www.zoomerang.com/survey.zgi?p=WEB2257K8HQPWK
CARE asks for your assistance in getting out the word. To share the link, please forward this information to those with an interest in education for Norfolk children. Thank you.
CARE Candidates' Forum on NCTV Channel 22 this week
Interested in an indepth look at Norfolk's School Committee Candidates? Please tune in this week to NCTV, Channel 22 at 11:30 a.m. and 9:30 pm. to watch the CARE Candidates' Forum taped on April 9.
Here's your chance to watch Mr. Dean Manning and Mr. John Olivieri as they respond to questions submitted to CARE by members of the town and school communities.
Take CARE's Survey
continues to seek your input! Take the CARE survey
now to weigh in with your opinion and ideas. What issues are most important to you regarding our schools? The survey takes only 5-10 minutes to complete and your feedback will be invaluable in helping CARE
prioritize the issues and guide our activities.CARE
asks for your assistance in getting out the word. To share the link, please forward this information to those with an interest in education for Norfolk children. Thank you!
If for some reason, you have trouble with this link, please copy and past this URL into your browser: http://www.zoomerang.com/survey.zgi?p=WEB2257K8HQPWK
Interested in taking a look at the Norfolk Public School's line item budget as of March 31 2006? A copy that was requested from and provided by the Superintendent's office has been posted courtesy of CARE on norfolknet.com