Wareham School Committee Chair pulls nomination paper for reelection

Jan 24, 2018
Courtesy of: Judy Caporiccio School Committee Chair Judy Caporiccio has pulled nomination papers for her seat on the committee.

Current School Committee Chair Judy Caporiccio has pulled nomination papers for her seat on the Wareham School Committee in the upcoming April 3 town election.

Caporiccio has 36 years of experience as an educator, including work as a reading teacher, a special education teacher, and a department head, in Somerset and Westwood. She moved to the Swifts Beach neighborhood in 2014 after many years as a summer resident here.

She was first elected to the School Committee in 2015. Candidates have until Feb. 13 at 5 p.m. to return nomination papers with the signatures of 50 registered voters to the Town Clerk’s office.

The race for School Committee has two open seats, both for three-year terms. Incumbent Geoff Swett has pulled papers, as have Rebekah Pratt, Rebecca Kennen and Michael Flaherty. As of Jan. 24, Flaherty has returned his nomination papers making his candidacy official.

Visit the links below for more information about the candidates and offices on the ballot in April's town election.

Comments (4)
Posted by: OnsetTogether | Jan 25, 2018 14:03

What was Ms. Caporiccio's vote regarding the Superintendent's raise?



Posted by: Uptohere | Jan 26, 2018 07:50

I believe she was for that raise. I recall the ONLY 1 against was Mary Morgan.



Posted by: Uptohere | Jan 26, 2018 07:56

from the Wareham local on Nov. 11

 

Because the board voted “proficient” for Shaver-Hood’s job performance, committee chairwoman Judy Caporiccio said she would begin negotiations for an extended contract with the superintendent. The extended contract is not listed on this coming meeting’s agenda for Wednesday Nov. 15, but should be voted on in the near future.



Posted by: OnsetTogether | Jan 26, 2018 09:07

Thank you.



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