QUINCY — The Quincy School Board had several reasons to be in a good mood when it met Tuesday night. It was the board’s last meeting before celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday. It also heard a report from the finance committee that had long-time board member Carol Nichols gushing, The finance committee, which met Monday, heard […]
QUINCY — An eight-person committee has been formed to search for Roy Webb’s replacement as the superintendent of the Quincy School District, and the deadline for candidates to apply is Nov. 5. Sayeed Ali, president of the Quincy School Board, returns to the committee. He was part of a seven-person committee in 2015 that eventually selected […]
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QUINCY — LaTonya Brock, executive director of the Quincy Chamber of Commerce since 2017, was sworn in Thursday morning to become a member of the Quincy School Board. Brock will replace Mike Troup, who stepped down from the School Board after winning the mayoral election in April. She will complete the remainder of Troup’s term, […]
QUINCY — The Quincy School Board’s unanimous vote to approve a one-year contract with the Quincy Federation of Teachers and Educational Support Personnel for the 2021-22 school year came at about 6:40 p.m. The teachers’ union followed with its own approval less than an hour later. Seventy percent of the union’s 652 members turned out […]
QUINCY — Sayeed Ali and Brandi Many got their assignments done early this year. Negotiators for the Quincy School Board and the Quincy Federation of Teachers and Educational Support Personnel reached a tentative agreement last Thursday on a one-year contract. Ali, the Board president, and Many, the teacher subgroup president for the teachers union, signed […]
Before taking over Monday as mayor, Troup attends final School Board meeting QUINCY — Mike Troup says becoming Quincy’s mayor was “never on his bucket list,” but he believes his six-year tenure as a member of the Quincy School Board helped prepare him for his next venture. Troup attended his last School Board meeting on […]