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School Committee reviews proposal for earlier K-5 start times

At Tuesday’s School Committee meeting, Superintendent Julie Hackett presented a proposal to shift elementary school start times over an hour earlier beginning with the 2023-24 school year to address current transportation challenges

On Tuesday, the Lexington School Committee reviewed an early-stage proposal to shift elementary school start times earlier by over an…

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Community Announcement: Lex250 Commission to hold kickoff event Oct. 12

On Oct. 12 the Semiquincentennial Commission (Lex 250) will officially launch the early stages of planning for the townwide activities commemorating the 250th anniversary of the Battle of Lexington and other historic events related to the “Birthplace of American Liberty.”

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