A VOTERS GUIDE To The Wilmington School Committee Race

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first_imgWatch WCTV Candidate Conversations:VIDEO: School Committee Candidate Jesse Fennelly Discusses His Campaign With WCTVVIDEO: School Committee Member Jo Newhouse Discusses Her Campaign With WCTVVIDEO: School Committee Candidate Jay Samaha Discusses His Campaign With WCTVWatch WCTV Candidates Night:VIDEO: School Committee Candidates Fennelly, Newhouse & Samaha Discuss The IssuesRead Coverage From Crier, Advocate, Patch, SunCandidate Profile: Samaha seeks School Committee seat (Town Crier)Candidate Profile: Fennelly runs again for School Committee (Town Crier)Candidate Profile: Newhouse seeks reelection to School Committee (Town Crier)Debate Recap: Candidates Night display selectmen, school choices (Town Crier) Debate Recap: Candidates Get Tasty As Charges Fly In Wilmington Debate (Lowell Sun)Candidates On Facebook:Jason Samaha For School CommitteeJesse Fennelly For Wilmington School CommitteePolls will be open this Saturday, April 27, from 8am to 8pm, at the Boutwell Early Childhood Center, Wildwood Early Childhood Center, and Town Hall.  Not sure where you vote?  Click HERE.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook.  Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE.  Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedSpecial Education PAC Chair Jo Newhouse Appointed To Wilmington School CommitteeIn “Education”TOWN ELECTION UPDATE: Ballot Is Set — 9 Candidates For 3 Selectmen Seats Spread Over 2 RacesIn “Government”VIDEO: School Committee Candidate Jesse Fennelly Discusses His Campaign With WCTVIn “Videos” WILMINGTON, MA — At this Saturday’s Town Election, three candidates — Jesse Fennelly, Jo Newhouse, and Jay Samaha — are running uncontested for three seats on the Wilmington School.Have you been paying attention to the race?  If not, Wilmington Apple has you covered!Read Closing StatementsJesse FennellyI want to thank the Wilmington Apple for another season of excellent election coverage and for giving us the opportunity to discuss our positions on issues facing the town. I also want to extend my appreciation to you, the residents of Wilmington, for taking the time to learn about the candidates on the ballot this coming weekend. You have three choices for three seats on the School Committee this year. I hope I have done enough to earn one of your votes. I am looking forward to (hopefully) being given a chance to represent you. And remember, you can always reach me on the campaign Facebook page at, please don’t forget that while the School Committee race is quiet this year, we have 9 candidates for three seats on the Board of Selectmen. I hope the residents will share my sentiment that this is an important election, and I encourage everyone to get out this weekend and vote. Please, while you are at it, consider casting a vote for me for School Committee. Thank you.Jay SamahaWilmington is a great town with great schools and is a place we should all be proud to call home. I am excited about the challenges ahead and, if elected, will always work for the students, families, and community of Wilmington to the best of my ability.  I believe that my combination of being both a parent in town and being a classroom teacher will bring a unique perspective to the school committee. I look forward to helping stabilize the district at all levels, increasing social emotional learning, focusing on special education, and finding appropriate solutions to issues in a collaborative spirit with my fellow school committee members and the Superintendent.I would like to thank my fellow candidates, Jo and Jesse.  I have learned a lot from both of you and, if elected, look forward to working alongside you.  I would also like to thank my wife, Amanda, our children, Avis and Nick, and the many friends, family, and colleagues who have helped along the way.I am asking for your vote this Saturday, April 27th.Read Campaign Announcements:Jay Samaha Pulls Paper To Run For School CommitteeJesse Fennelly To Run For School CommitteeRead Weekly Candidate Q&As: Samaha, Newhouse & Fennelly Evaluate Superintendent’s First 9 MonthsSamaha, Newhouse & Fennelly Discuss School Start Time ChangesSamaha, Newhouse & Fennelly Discuss District’s Special Education DepartmentSamaha, Newhouse & Fennelly Discuss Their Involvement In The School System & Communitylast_img

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