Two Cotting School Trustees were recently highlighted in the Boston Business Journal. Dr. Makeeba McCreary, left, the executive director of AbekaM, was featured in a special section titled, “40 under 40,” which highlights rising stars in the region’s business and nonprofit sector. Cotting Trustee and United Way President, Michael Durkin, was named one of the “Power 50 Most Influential Bostonians.”
Many thanks to our local Shaw’s Supermarket on Lexington Street in Waltham, and Pepsi, Frito-Lay, and Quaker. Between now and October 6th they will donate $.10 for every case of goods they sell. If you purchase products made by these companies, like Quaker Oat bars, Aquafina water bottles, and others – see the list in the store – please consider buying them at our local Shaw’s and help them help us!
Cotting School Granted Full Approval by DESE The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) granted Cotting School FULL APPROVAL as a result of their Private Special Education Program Review. The Cotting School Final Report was issued on August 8, 2011, after an onsite visit by DESE on May 11 and 12, 2011.
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Governor Patrick appoints Dr. Richard J. Jamara to Massachusetts Commission for the Blind Statutory Advisory Board. Click here to view documents of Dr. Jamara’s appointment and oath.