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CHAT RECAP: Patch Chats With Jeanne Craigie, Dr. Les Olson About Middle School Project

Follow along and ask questions during our chat with Stoneham school officials from 11 a.m. to noon Thursday on Stoneham Patch.

Stoneham Patch is hosting a Cover It Live online chat session with School Building Committee chairperson Jeanne Craigie and Superintendent Dr. Les Olson from 11 a.m. to noon Thursday to discuss the  .

The pair will be answering your questions during the chat, and we'll be posting a recap of the session on Friday. 

The chat is our second with Craigie about the project.

dava feltch May 18, 2012 at 02:04 PM
I see here that drop off for elementary students will be on Pomeworth. Any thoughts on how the student will get from Pomeworth into the school? Thanks
Jeanne E. Craigie May 18, 2012 at 03:34 PM
The drop off will be outside the Central School property by parents where the crossing guard is stationed.The children will be walked in by their own parents along the sidewalk on the building side of the building. We will also have staff stationed along the way or parent volunteers. No vehicles will be allowed on the site with the exception of some staff, special education buses or emergency vehicles. A barrier will be in place at the street side and before the front doors on the site. The street directions have not been fully decided as of yet. This will depend on DPW , Police recommendations.The MS Building committee did vote to accept the plan of closing the site to parent traffic for safety reasons.
Mark Ouellette (Editor) May 18, 2012 at 03:42 PM
Hi Dave, Stoneham School Building Committee chairperson Jeanne Craigie answered your questions below: "The drop off will be outside the Central School property by parents where the crossing guard is stationed.The children will be walked in by their own parents along the sidewalk on the building side of the building. We will also have staff stationed along the way or parent volunteers. No vehicles will be allowed on the site with the exception of some staff, special education buses or emergency vehicles. A barrier will be in place at the street side and before the front doors on the site. The street directions have not been fully decided as of yet. This will depend on DPW , Police recommendations.The MS Building committee did vote to accept the plan of closing the site to parent traffic for safety reasons." I hope that helps.

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