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Tiffany Bartholomew, Rehoboth Resident and member of the DRRHS School Committee
Sean Kane, Tiffany Bartholomew, Andrea Wayslow, Jen Wheeler, Ellen Corvi, and Rachel Philip
Again, my thanks to Tax Assessor Gene Campbell, Tax Collector Cheryl Gouveia, Selectmen Mike Costello, Joe Tito, Skip Vadnais, and Dave Perry; School Committee members Tiffany Bartholomew, Ray Medeiros, Heather Cross, David Katseff and Richard Barrett; and Blanding Library Trustee Werner Horlbeck.
First, listen to the request made by Selectman Costello and by Tiffany Bartholomew of the School Committee.
Last, but certainly not least, is Tiffany Bartholomew
A staunch advocate for our children on the school committee, she
somehow still finds time to run crew for the middle school plays and volunteer at the asking.
loves our kids; she
loves our schools; and that comes across in all she
Anyone wishing to donate their time, ...
Anyone wishing to donate their time, skills or just willing to lend a helping hand with any of the many projects and committees should contact Tiffany Bartholomew at 508-557-1125.PTSA
President - Tiffany BartholomewVice President (Palmer River)
RehobothNow - Your Online Source for Hometown News - Archived News 2014
Co-chaired by school committee members David Katseff and Chris Andrade, the committee consists of two more representatives from the school committee, Tiffany Bartholomew and Sue Lorenz.
"By law, we had to establish a PAC to advocate for the override vote," said Tiffany Bartholomew, who is also a member of the regional school committee.
"D-R Parents United
is still supportive, but the Rehoboth half of that leadership is primarily focused under Rehoboth Community Supporters," she
School committee member Tiffany Bartholomew agreed with selectmen that officials from both towns need to work together and come up with productive solutions, lest the students pay in the long run.
emphatically added, "people need to come to town meeting and vote."
"It's slightly disappointing to lose the grant," said Tiffany Bartholomew
of the school committee in an interview with the Taunton Gazette
added, "I think one of the reasons (they voted against it) is the (ballot) question was slightly confusing.
Tiffany Bartholomew, a ...
Tiffany Bartholomew, a School Committee member who is helping to organize Rehoboth Community Supporters, said that the assessment problem that came to light earlier this year complicated the budget situation.
But Bartholomew said it was important to get funding for the school system secured and also to maintain town services.
"I became involved when I realized the potential risks to the quality of services provided at both the school and town level," Bartholomew said.
School Committee member Tiffany ...
School Committee member Tiffany Bartholomew said through these measures, taxes for the average homeowner with a house valued at $350,000 would experience a tax increase of $80.19 per year for the next 20 years.
She and interim School Superintendent Michael Malone also stressed that the Dighton-Rehoboth Regional School District has been approved for a 52-percent reimbursement grant for the project through the Massachusetts School Building Association.
Bartholomew said, without the approval of the two towns, both communities would be responsible for paying 100 percent of the costs of the roofs, all of which are in need of repair.
"Without this grant reimbursement the sole burden is up to the taxpayers," Bartholomew said.
She said the schools have sustained floor, ceiling and equipment damage and it is a continued threat.
She said approving these projects would yield an estimated 20 to 25 percent energy savings at the high and middle schools.
Bartholomew said Dighton Elementary School would also realize a savings of 10 to 12 percent.
One town resident asked about a warranty for the buildings.
The resident claimed that he remembers being hit by water drops from a leaky roof at the elementary school, which he was told was under warranty.