Regional Amendments

Current Information on Regional Agreement Revision Process

Summary of changes to Regional Agreement - Updated as of May 24, 2019

Regional Agreement as Proposed - All edits incorporated, updated as of May 23, 2019

Regional Agreement with edits and amendments - April 2019 to be voted on at Annual Town Meetings, Spring 2019

Town Q&A - March 2019

Draft Warrant Article for Regional Agreement Revision

“To see if the Town of ______________ will vote to approve the  Gateway Regional District Amended Regional Agreement as presented by the School Committee dated April 24, 2019, which is on file at the ________________ Town Clerk’s Office, Superintendent of Schools Office and the _______________ Public Library as well as being posted on the District’s website (www.grsd.org).”

 

****************************************2018*******************

MARS One-Man, One-Vote Presentation Facilitated Discussion July 2018

Presentation to School Committee November 2014 - One Man-One Vote

Alternative Assessment Methodology - Approved by all towns May/June 2018

Worthington Withdrawal - Cost Estimates

Warrant Articles - as approved by the school committee:

    One-Man/One-Vote
    
    Withdrawal of the Town of Worthington



Regional Agreement - original and with changes that would be made by adopting the warrant articles (requires all seven towns to vote in the affirmative):

Current Regional Agreement

Agreement with changes for One-Man/One-Vote

Agreement with changes for Worthington Withdrawal

MGL 71-14E - Mass General Law related to the one-man/one-vote issue for Regional School Districts



Presentations to School Committee:

Letter from Worthington Selectboard to School Committee re:withdrawal amendment


One-Man, One-Vote - Discussed at Budget Public Hearing on March 2, 2011

Withdrawing from Gateway - Steve Hemman's (Executive Director of the Massachusetts' Association of Regional Schools) presentation to the school committee on October 27, 2010 regarding a town withdrawing from the district.

Forming A New Regional District - Steve Hemman's (Executive Director of the Massachusetts' Association of Regional Schools) presentation to the school committee on October 27, 2010 regarding forming/changing a regional school district.