4/8 - What's on the horizon for schools in Leominster?
LEOMINSTER -- Look ahead five years and picture how the city's public schools are doing, school officials asked Saturday.
Teachers, students, parents, administrators, and city and state officials gathered at a community session at Leominster High School to brainstorm how to get there. The session was the first of three to generate ideas for a strategic plan for 2023.
2/13 - Anderson, Ojala will not seek re-election to school board
With last week’s opening of the 2019 municipal election season in Leominster, two School Committee members announced that they would not be seeking re-election — opening the field, in one case, for a first-time candidate.
At-large member Wendy H. Anderson made her decision known on her School Committee Facebook page early last week. Ward 4 member Nona L. Ojala informed the city clerk’s office last week that she would not run again. Neither gave a reason for their decisions.
2/8 - Announcement to Run for Ward 4 School Committee
On February 6th, I pulled papers to run for the Ward 4 School Committee seat in Leominster.
I may have only lived in Leominster for four years, but this is certainly where I will spend my foreseeable future. As some of you may know, I have been involved with the local politics of the area almost immediately after moving here, and have increasingly become an active member of the community. With the announced departure of Nona Ojala, who currently serves as the Ward 4 School Committee Member, I saw an opportunity to further serve the community that I now call home, and to further improve the school district for my future children and all of the current and future students of Leominster Public Schools.