Wachusett School Committee to take up no confidence vote in superintendent’s return planning – News – telegram.com
Spurred by some families and teachers’ recent frustrations with the district’s pandemic learning plan, a contingent of Wachusett Regional School Committee members has called for a special meeting to take a vote of no confidence in Superintendent Daryll McCall’s handling of the schools’ return this fall.
The motion up for vote at Tuesday’s meeting also would make the administration bring in an outside consultant to help steer the district’s educational model this year.
“What we’re really trying to do with this … is make a pivot in how we’re approaching” the education plan, said Michael Dennis, the committee’s vice chairman and one of the eight committee members who called for the special meeting.
Dennis, who is from Holden, said the committee has heard from dozens of parents and teachers in the last couple weeks upset with what they feel has been a lack of communication and planning from the administration.