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Massachusetts Communities Supporting the FBRC Recommendations

The following Massachusetts school committees and city councils have passed a resolution this spring in support of the Recommendations of the Foundation Budget Review Commission (FBRC). If your community is not listed here and has recently passed a resolution, please email Tracy Novick at tnovick@masc.org to update the list.

  • Amherst School Committee
  • Amherst-Pelham School Committee
  • Andover School Committee 
  • Arlington School Committee
  • Ashland School Committee
  • Ashburnham-Westminster Regional School Committee 
  • Ayer-Shirley Regional School Committee
  • Barnstable School Committee 
  • Boxford School Committee
  • Brockton School Committee
  • Douglas School Committee
  • Easthampton School Committee
  • East Longmeadow School Committee
  • Falmouth School Committee
  • Framingham School Committee
  • Franklin School Committee
  • Granby School Committee
  • Halifax School Committee
  • Holyoke School Committee
  • Kingston School Committee
  • Leicester School Committee
  • Lexington School Committee
  • Mansfield School Committee
  • Melrose School Committee
  • Mohawk Trail Regional School Committee
  • Narragansett Regional School Committee
  • New Bedford School Committee
  • Northampton School Committee
  • North Reading School Committee
  • Northbridge School Committee
  • Norwell School Committee 
  • Norwood School Committee
  • Pelham School Committee
  • Pittsfield School Committee
  • Pittsfield City Council
  • Plympton School Committee
  • Salem School Committee
  • Sandwich School Committee
  • Sharon School Committee 
  • Shrewsbury School Committee
  • Silver Lake Regional School Committee
  • Taunton School Committee
  • Tyngsborough School Committee
  • Wakefield School Committee
  • Webster School Committee
  • Westport School Committee
  • West Springfield School Committee
  • Winchester School Committee
  • Worcester School Committee

Last updated: August 14, 2017

 

Please Note:

While MASC supports the intent of this effort, the initiative is entirely at the discretion of individual school districts.