Friday, December 2, 2016

Superintendent's Notes

Student and Staff Highlights

The MHS football team is going to the D4 Football Super Bowl this weekend.  Congratulations to the Team and Coach Harold Ogilvie for achieving this opportunity.  The competition is tough and it is rare to win the regional championship and get to the state championship.  At each of our games leading to this, the Maynard fans have outnumbered our opponent.  I'm looking forward to the being at the game this Saturday too.

Our TV Media Production teacher, Mr. Ogden, shared with me the all of the video submissions that his students sent into the MIAA multimedia sports competition of 2016.  We will be getting those out on Maynard's facebook page.  Four of our students placed as top tiered honorable mention.  Congratulations to our students  and Mr. Ogden and their success for our first year of this new program. 

The Fowler Latin students and teacher Monica Faiella attended the Massachusetts Junior Classical League, Classics Day.  Congratulations to Monica for her leadership and the students who received first place in the Classics Day Skit Contest for the second year in a row! 

Green Meadow PTO Fundraiser

The Green Meadow Parent Teacher Organization is holding a restaurant night at the Halfway Cafe next Wednesday December 7th as a fundraiser.  A percentage of the proceeds that evening will be donated to the Maynard Green Meadow PTO.  In order for the halfway cafe to know you want 15% of your bill to go to the Green Meadow PTO, you have to print up a coupon and present it when you pay your bill. The coupon can be found on the Green Meadow PTO Website at:


The PTO uses their funds to support our students educational experiences and teacher innovation.  Halfway Cafe is one of my favorite restaurants that I frequent when I stay late for night meetings.  I hope to see you there next Wednesday for this very important cause.

The Maynard SEPAC Winter Social

The Maynard SEPAC Winter Social will be held on Tuesday, December 6 from 6:30 – 8 p.m. at the Green Meadow Cafeteria. This free event is open to the whole family of children receiving special education services from the Maynard Schools. Come join this annual tradition where the kids can enjoy cookie decorating, crafts, and music—and each child receives a goodie bag as well. The event is great fun every year, and we look forward to seeing you there! (Please RSVP to Rachel Levy at racheldayson@hotmail.com or 617-458-1294.)

Strategies For Students With Anxiety by Jessica Minahan

SEPAC brought Jessica Minahan to present in Maynard a couple years ago.  I have recently seen her speak at several conferences recently as well. She is an amazing speaker on a very important topic!

She will be coming back to our area on Wednesday December 14, 2016 to present Strategies For Students With Anxiety.  The event will be between 7:00 pm and 9:00 pm  at RJ Grey Junior High Auditorium on 16 Charter Road in Acton.  This event is free and open to the public.  for more information you can contact the Acton Boxborough Special Education Parent Advisory Committee at:


Important Events and Reminders:    
                                                                                                 
In an effort to streamline the Superintendent’s Notes, I will provide important upcoming events or announcements that have already been posted in previous Superintendent’s Notes in this section.

Future Ready Schools

Recently, Computer Science Teacher Mark Sinopoli attended the Future Ready Schools conference in Boston.  At this conference, he attended sessions conducted by national leaders in educational technology.  One of his takeaways was to try to communicate more with the community using technology, specifically social media. 

Mark has started a Twitter account (@fs_compsci ) to share some of the activities and accomplishments of students in Computer Science.  By using the hashtag #MaynardLearns and #FSLearns anyone in the world can see what is happening in Computer Science at Fowler School!

Maynard's 50th Annual Olde Fashioned Christmas Parade

"Golden Memories of Christmas Past" is sponsored by the Maynard Rotary Club.  This year the parade will be at 2:00 pm on Sunday December 4, 2016.

To sponsor or participate with a float, walking unit, or band, please contact Nancy Quinn at (617) 515-0897.   If email is more convenient, she can be contacted at:

 NQuin@OwnNewEngland.com

Budget Timelines

At our last school committee meeting a parent suggested that we share the timelines in regard to the budget process.  The School Committee reviews budgetary concerns at almost every meeting. 

The next two school committee meetings will have presentations from the principals, school councils members and curriculum director in regard to the FY18 budget proposal.   These discussions and decisions will be made at the next two school committee meetings on December 1, 2016 and December 15, 2016.

We were also asked to share the Town budget timelines.  The Town Budget Timeline is as follows:

January 3, 2017         
Department Budgets Due to the Town Administrator

Jan - Feb        
Town Administration meets with Department Heads to discus FY18 Budget

February 11, 2017     
FY 18 Joint Budget Meeting (including the Board of Selectmen, Finance Committee, the School Committee, and all Town Administration) at the Maynard Public Library.

Feb - March
Finance Committee meets with each town department (including Police, Fire, DPW, Library, Schools, and General Government)

March 21, 2017
FY18 Budget Document finalized and adopted by Board of Selectmen

May 5, 2017
Town Meeting

All of these meetings are posted and open to the public as well.



Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Superintendent's Notes

Happy Holiday

I would like to remind our school community that this year we will not have a half day of school on the day before Thanksgiving.  There will be no school tomorrow 11/23/16. 

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday.  I must confess, the traditional foods prepared for thanksgiving celebrations is one of my favorite treats. :)  Of course, the best part of Thanksgiving homecomings is rekindling of relationships.  The time shared with family, friends, and colleagues is rejuvenating. 

I wish everyone a happy and safe holiday

Future Ready Schools

Recently, Computer Science Teacher Mark Sinopoli attended the Future Ready Schools conference in Boston.  At this conference, he attended sessions conducted by national leaders in educational technology.  One of his takeaways was to try to communicate more with the community using technology, specifically social media. 

Mark has started a Twitter account (@fs_compsci ) to share some of the activities and accomplishments of students in Computer Science.  By using the hashtag #MaynardLearns and #FSLearns anyone in the world can see what is happening in Computer Science at Fowler School!

Maynard's 50th Annual Olde Fashioned Christmas Parade

"Golden Memories of Christmas Past" is sponsored by the Maynard Rotary Club.  This year the parade will be at 2:00 pm on Sunday December 4, 2016.

To sponsor or participate with a float, walking unit, or band, please contact Nancy Quinn at (617) 515-0897.   If email is more convenient, she can be contacted at:


Congratulations to All of the Maynard High School Music Students

The madrigal group has been asked to sing at the Providence Bruins game on Jan. 27th.

Thirteen students practiced some very difficult music in hopes of auditioning and making Sr. Districts in music.  Seven of the thirteen were accepted!  Three of the students received such a high score, they will be auditioning in January for All-States.

This is the list of  students who were accepted this year:
Adam Berry, Karima Haddouch, Alyssa Ray, Dante Naylor, Zoe Pepin, Lucas Pepin, Charlie Neuhauser (Adam, Karima and Lucas are the ones that will also be auditioning for All-State).

Important Events and Reminders:    
                                                                                                 
In an effort to streamline the Superintendent’s Notes, I will provide important upcoming events or announcements that have already been posted in previous Superintendent’s Notes in this section.

Budget Time lines

At our last school committee meeting a parent suggested that we share the time lines in regard to the budget process.  The School Committee reviews budgetary concerns at almost every meeting. 

The next two school committee meetings will have presentations from the principals, school councils members and curriculum director in regard to the FY18 budget proposal.   These discussions and decisions will be made at the next two school committee meetings on December 1, 2016 and December 15, 2016.

We were also asked to share the Town budget time lines.  The Town Budget Timeline is as follows:

January 3, 2017         
Department Budgets Due to the Town Administrator

Jan - Feb        
Town Administration meets with Department Heads to discus FY18 Budget

February 11, 2017     
FY 18 Joint Budget Meeting (including the Board of Selectmen, Finance Committee, the School Committee, and all Town Administration) at the Maynard Public Library.

Feb - March
Finance Committee meets with each town department (including Police, Fire, DPW, Library, Schools, and General Government)

March 21, 2017
FY18 Budget Document finalized and adopted by Board of Selectmen

All of these meetings are posted and open to the public as well.

Support the Maynard Education Foundation when you Dine at Not Your Average Joe's any Tuesday's in November

Come enjoy a great meal and help raise funds for the Maynard Education Foundation (MEF) when you dine at Not Your Average Joe's in Acton any Tuesday during the month of November.

Present a certificate (available at www.maynardeducation.org) or simply mention that you are a MEF supporter to your server when you dine in or order take-out, and Not Your Average Joe's will donate 15% of your purchase to MEF. (Excluding alcohol, tax, and gratuity.)


Thank you for your support!

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Superintendent's Notes

Budget Timelines

At our last school committee meeting a parent suggested that we share the timelines in regard to the budget process.  The School Committee reviews budgetary concerns at almost every meeting. 

The next two school committee meetings will have presentations from the principals, school councils members and curriculum director in regard to the FY18 budget proposal.   These discussions and decisions will be made at the next two school committee meetings on December 1, 2016 and December 15, 2016.

We were also asked to share the Town of Maynard's budget timelines.  The Town Budget Timeline is as follows:

January 3, 2017         
Department Budgets Due to the Town Administrator

Jan - Feb        
Town Administration meets with Department Heads to discus FY18 Budget

February 11, 2017     
FY 18 Joint Budget Meeting (including the Board of Selectmen, Finance Committee, the School Committee, and all Town Administration) at the Maynard Public Library.

Feb - March
Finance Committee meets with each town department (including Police, Fire, DPW, Library, Schools, and General Government)

March 21, 2017
FY18 Budget Document finalized and adopted by Board of Selectmen

All of these meetings are posted and open to the public as well.

Support the Maynard Education Foundation when you Dine at Not Your Average Joe's any Tuesday's in November

Come enjoy a great meal and help raise funds for the Maynard Education Foundation (MEF) when you dine at Not Your Average Joe's in Acton any Tuesday during the month of November.

Present a certificate (available at www.maynardeducation.org) or simply mention that you are a MEF supporter to your server when you dine in or order take-out, and Not Your Average Joe's will donate 15% of your purchase to MEF. (Excluding alcohol, tax, and gratuity.)

Thank you for your support!

Important Events and Reminders:    
                                                                                                 
In an effort to streamline the Superintendent’s Notes, I will provide important upcoming events or announcements that have already been posted in previous Superintendent’s Notes in this section.

MMA November Updates

Please copy and paste the links below into your browser window to view the minutes from our October Joint Business meeting and High School meeting: 
Our next meeting is December 7th at 7:00.  All are welcome! Location to be determined. 

Chaperones Needed:
Senior Districts:  November 19th
Christmas Parade:  December 4th
Winter Concert:  Wednesday December 14th specifically looking for 2 parents to supervise students and 1 parent to coordinate baked goods and beverages.

Please contact MMA if you can chaperone any of these events:  maynard.music.assoc@gmail.com

Our one and only fundraising event is fast approaching.  Casino Night is November 19th at the Maynard Elks.  Only 2 more planning meetings left:  11/10, and 11/17 at Bonnie Wilson’s house, 13 Sherman Street, 7:00.  All are welcome!
Email Bonnie Wilson for vouchers:  oatiewilson@yahoo.com
Need a babysitter for Casino Night?  Complimentary sitting at your home via our very own band and chorus students.  Contact MMA:  maynard.music.assoc@gmail.com
Calling all cooks and bakers! We are in need of appetizers, main dishes and desserts for Casino Night.  Email MMA if you can donate:  maynard.music.assoc@gmail.com

Volunteer Opportunity: 
MMA is in need of a 10th and/or 11th grade music parent to coordinate this year’s music banquet set for May.  Please email MMA if you can take on this role.


Superintendent's Notes

Budget Timelines

At our last school committee meeting a parent suggested that we share the timelines in regard to the budget process.  The School Committee reviews budgetary concerns at almost every meeting. 

The next two school committee meetings will have presentations from the principals, school councils members and curriculum director in regard to the FY18 budget proposal.   These discussions and decisions will be made at the next two school committee meetings on December 1, 2016 and December 15, 2016.

We were also asked to share the Town of Maynard's budget timelines.  The Town Budget Timeline is as follows:

January 3, 2017         
Department Budgets Due to the Town Administrator

Jan - Feb        
Town Administration meets with Department Heads to discus FY18 Budget

February 11, 2017     
FY 18 Joint Budget Meeting (including the Board of Selectmen, Finance Committee, the School Committee, and all Town Administration) at the Maynard Public Library.

Feb - March
Finance Committee meets with each town department (including Police, Fire, DPW, Library, Schools, and General Government)

March 21, 2017
FY18 Budget Document finalized and adopted by Board of Selectmen

All of these meetings are posted and open to the public as well.

Support the Maynard Education Foundation when you Dine at Not Your Average Joe's any Tuesday's in November

Come enjoy a great meal and help raise funds for the Maynard Education Foundation (MEF) when you dine at Not Your Average Joe's in Acton any Tuesday during the month of November.

Present a certificate (available at www.maynardeducation.org) or simply mention that you are a MEF supporter to your server when you dine in or order take-out, and Not Your Average Joe's will donate 15% of your purchase to MEF. (Excluding alcohol, tax, and gratuity.)

Thank you for your support!

Important Events and Reminders:    
                                                                                                 
In an effort to streamline the Superintendent’s Notes, I will provide important upcoming events or announcements that have already been posted in previous Superintendent’s Notes in this section.

MMA November Updates

Please copy and paste the links below into your browser window to view the minutes from our October Joint Business meeting and High School meeting: 
Our next meeting is December 7th at 7:00.  All are welcome! Location to be determined. 

Chaperones Needed:
Senior Districts:  November 19th
Christmas Parade:  December 4th
Winter Concert:  Wednesday December 14th specifically looking for 2 parents to supervise students and 1 parent to coordinate baked goods and beverages.

Please contact MMA if you can chaperone any of these events:  maynard.music.assoc@gmail.com

Our one and only fundraising event is fast approaching.  Casino Night is November 19th at the Maynard Elks.  Only 2 more planning meetings left:  11/10, and 11/17 at Bonnie Wilson’s house, 13 Sherman Street, 7:00.  All are welcome!
Email Bonnie Wilson for vouchers:  oatiewilson@yahoo.com
Need a babysitter for Casino Night?  Complimentary sitting at your home via our very own band and chorus students.  Contact MMA:  maynard.music.assoc@gmail.com
Calling all cooks and bakers! We are in need of appetizers, main dishes and desserts for Casino Night.  Email MMA if you can donate:  maynard.music.assoc@gmail.com

Volunteer Opportunity: 
MMA is in need of a 10th and/or 11th grade music parent to coordinate this year’s music banquet set for May.  Please email MMA if you can take on this role.


Thursday, November 10, 2016

The Presidential Election

Like many of you, I spent yesterday processing the impact of Tuesday night's presidential election results for our students, families, and colleagues.  With this election, we reached the end of what has been a divisive conversation about the direction of this country.  children, like adults, can make mistakes in conversations around inclusiveness.  The faculty and staff at the Maynard Public Schools will help students to process challenging speech where they hear it so that we can continue to grow and develop as a community.

Several parents have shared articles in the Huffington Post with me that they thought would be helpful.  Last year we had Dr. Fernando Reimers as a guest speaker in Maynard on Global Learning. I thought I would share the attached link to an article he wrote for the Huffington Post:


During my six years in Maynard, I have observed a wonderful school and greater community.  In Maynard we teach global citizenship, respect, and tolerance.  We embraces all people regardless of race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, age, or disability.  Our core values reflect this.  I am confident that we live in an enlightened town and state and we should take solace in that.  We will remain vigilant to protect the civil rights of everyone in Maynard.

I echo the words spoken by President Obama, Former Secretary Clinton, and President Elect Trump over the last 48 hours.  We now move forward as one people, united by common goals and dreams.  In our roles as educators and parents, we are united by the hopes and dreams that we help our children to reach for every day.  It is our task now, to protect those hopes and dreams for everyone.

MMA November Updates

Please copy and paste the links below into your browser window to view the minutes from our October Joint Business meeting and High School meeting: 
Our next meeting is December 7th at 7:00.  All are welcome! Location to be determined. 

Chaperones Needed:
Veterans Day Parade: November 11th
Senior Districts:  November 19th
Christmas Parade:  December 4th
Winter Concert:  Wednesday December 14th specifically looking for 2 parents to supervise students and 1 parent to coordinate baked goods and beverages.

Please contact MMA if you can chaperone any of these events:  maynard.music.assoc@gmail.com

Our one and only fundraising event is fast approaching.  Casino Night is November 19th at the Maynard Elks.  Only 2 more planning meetings left:  11/10, and 11/17 at Bonnie Wilson’s house, 13 Sherman Street, 7:00.  All are welcome!
Email Bonnie Wilson for vouchers:  oatiewilson@yahoo.com
Need a babysitter for Casino Night?  Complimentary sitting at your home via our very own band and chorus students.  Contact MMA:  maynard.music.assoc@gmail.com
Calling all cooks and bakers! We are in need of appetizers, main dishes and desserts for Casino Night.  Email MMA if you can donate:  maynard.music.assoc@gmail.com

Volunteer Opportunity: 
MMA is in need of a 10th and/or 11th grade music parent to coordinate this year’s music banquet set for May.  Please email MMA if you can take on this role.

WAVM TV/Radio Production Classes

This year the town was gracious in funding an additional teacher to run WAVM TV/Radio production classes during the school day.  The teacher, Mr. John Ogden, has been working hard with our students on many PSA projects and we now have weekly newscast to share as well.  Attached is a link to this week's broadcast:  


Important Events and Reminders:    
                                                                                                 
In an effort to streamline the Superintendent’s Notes, I will provide important upcoming events or announcements that have already been posted in previous Superintendent’s Notes in this section.

Maynard Mandatory Level 3 Water Conservation Restriction

Please be advised that the Maynard Public Water System has increased the water restriction to a full outdoor water ban. This restricts all non-essential outdoor water use. This is in effect until further notice.

Regards,

Aaron Miklosko
Director of Public Works
Town of Maynard

For more information, go to the Town of Maynard homepage at:

http://www.townofmaynard-ma.gov/

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Superintendent's Notes

WAVM TV/Radio Production Classes

This year the Town Administrator and Board of Selectmen were gracious in finding additional funding to hire a teacher at Maynard High School to run WAVM TV/Radio Production classes during the school day.  The teacher, Mr. John Ogden, has been working hard with our students on many Public Service Announcement competitions and we now have weekly newscast to share as well.  

Below is a link to this week's broadcast:   


Maynard Music's Casino Night Fundraiser

Come out to support our choral and band programs in grades 4-12 by attending our annual fundraiser, Casino Night, on Saturday, November 19th at 6:30-11 pm at the Maynard Elks. 
Contact: Bonnie @ maynard.music.assoc@gmail.com all CN needs.

Vouchers to attend include $3000 in gaming chips, dealers are friends, neighbors and staff from our schools. 
Vouchers are available at Fowler office or via maynard.music.assoc@gmail.com or via 978-897-7045.
Vouchers are $40 each or 2/$70 or $45 at the door! Please buy early as we do sell out!

THIS WEEK: VOUCHERS FOR SALE AT THE JAZZ BAND/WIND ENSEMBLE CONCERT FRIDAY, 11/4 FROM 5-7 PM.

Complimentary babysitting is available by our HS band and chorus students. 
Yes, that's right...a night out with friends for about $70 and you might even walk away with a prize valued for much more! 
Win-Win and our musicians benefit!

The Games! The Prizes!:
Please join us for fun casino themed games like Black Jack, Texas Hold 'em, Roulette, Money Wheel and Craps. Prizes are awarded to the highest totals of the evening from a choice of fantastic donations from our music families grades 4-12, our generous local Maynard businesses and prizes from surrounding communities. Early games like Wild Card and Balloon Pop can also offer up some fabulous prizes (6:30-7pm).  A Bose Mini? The heaviest homemade afghan you've ever seen? A night out at the BSO? Just the beginning!

Live Auction! 
A few AUCTION ITEMS are also in play for later in the evening as hosted by our guest auctioneer, MHS Principal, Mr. Caragianes: 
·         A Seven night condo stay a t a choice of destinations (value up to $2000)
·         Four one day Disney Park Hopper Passes
·         An after work pool part for 20 at Jillian's Pool Hall of Boston
·         A one hour scenic flight over Boston
·         Red Sox pitcher, Clay Buchholz, autographed baseball!!

Day of Volunteers and Bakers/Appetizers needed!
Can you volunteer to help during the event? Adults are welcome and encouraged to volunteer even an hour of time to help at the event or volunteer to prepare a dessert or appetizer.
Volunteers: contact Bonnie at maynard.music.assoc@gmail.com
Food: contact Amy at agilligan0@gmail.com 

Thank you to our Music Director and Students!

I received several correspondences from a colleague of mine who asked our Maynard Music Director and Maynard Students to perform at a program that she was coordinating for the Domestic Violence Services Network (DVSN).

These are the two emails she sent:

Dear Bob and Jen,

I want to thank you for all your "behind the scenes" assistance supporting last week's "Light in the Darkness" candlelight vigil, commemorating victims of domestic violence.  As I stated in the email to Cindy, the MHS students were just terrific.  I know that some juggling had to occur for a smooth use of the auditorium and I appreciate anything you did to assist this process.  The attendees were quite impressed with the high school, the auditorium, the cafeteria, and especially the students.  

I also want to comment on the help we received as we were setting up.  Every one of the MPS employees there was so accommodating!  The entire experience reflected very positively on Maynard Public Schools. 

Thanks again for all your help.  I hope to see you at the next GS-21 meeting!

Best regards,
Christine

Dear Cindy,

I want to thank you and your amazing vocalists for a tremendous performance at last week's DVSN "Light in the Darkness" Candlelight Vigil, commemorating victims of domestic violence.  The choice of songs and the way the students performed them were moving and inspiring.  You certainly showcased the strengths of the Maynard Public Schools music program, as well as your leadership and the talents of the students.  Many attendees commented on how much they were moved by the musical elements of the evening.  

I know that you had to make adjustments to your schedule in order to make this event happen.  As a former teacher, I understand how difficult such adjustments can be at times.  However, I hope you know how much it meant to the attendees to hear the voices of the students and how much DVSN appreciates all you did to contribute to the event.    

I wish you much success with your upcoming musical programs.  

Sincerely,

Christine

Important Events and Reminders:    
                                                                                                 
In an effort to streamline the Superintendent’s Notes, I will provide important upcoming events or announcements that have already been posted in previous Superintendent’s Notes in this section.

“Caregiver" Workshop in Maynard

Minuteman Senior Services is pleased to offer a workshop for family caregivers in Maynard. Caring for a relative, a friend or someone with a chronic illness can be stressful physically, emotionally, and financially.  The Powerful Tools for Caregivers six week class is designed to provide family caregivers with the skills they need to take care of themselves.

Powerful Tools for Caregivers will help participants to:

·       Reduce Stress
·       Improve self-confidence
·       Create life balance
·       Better communicate feelings
·       Increase ability to tackle tough decisions
·       Locate helpful resources

If care giving duties are a barrier to attending the workshop, need-based scholarships are available to offset the cost of a paid caregiver. Please let us know when registering. Cost for the workshop is FREE thanks to grant funding from the Foundation for MetroWest.

Details:

Workshop Dates: Thursdays, November 2 – December 15

Time:  6:30 PM – 8:00 PM (Class meets once per week for 6 weeks)

Location:  Maynard Town Hall, Selectman’s Meeting Room

Contact: Amy Meneely at 781-221-7095 or a.meneely@minutemansenior.org to register.

Registration is required. Please register early as space is limited.


48TH ANNUAL SPORTS SALE AT THE FENN SCHOOL

Don’t miss the 48th Annual Sports Sale at The Fenn School on Saturday, November 5th from 9am to noon  in the Fenn New Gym, 516 Monument Street, Concord MA.  Gym doors will open at 9am and close promptly at noon

Come early for the best selection. We will have a wide selection of gently used sports equipment for boys and girls including hockey, soccer, basketball, lacrosse and baseball gear as well as other great gear available at low prices.  Representatives from Hardy’s Ski Emporium will be on hand to offer an assortment of brand new skis, boots and poles at great pre-season prices.

Donations of gently used sports equipment are welcome: hockey skates, helmets and pads, baseball bats, baseball gloves, tennis racquets, exercise equipment, bicycles, scooters, etc.  Please drop your items off at The Fenn School, 516 Monument Street, Concord, MA on Thursday November 53rd from 3pm to 6pm  and Friday, November 4th from 8am – 6pm.  Fenn volunteers will be there to collect your items curbside during these hours.

For more information please contact Kat Hudson katmhudson@comcast.net

Maynard Mandatory Level 3 Water Conservation Restriction

Please be advised that the Maynard Public Water System has increased the water restriction to a full outdoor water ban. This restricts all non-essential outdoor water use. This is in effect until further notice.

Regards,

Aaron Miklosko
Director of Public Works
Town of Maynard

For more information, go to the Town of Maynard homepage at:


http://www.townofmaynard-ma.gov/