Letter of Support for Dennis Senibaldi Windham NH | Windham LINK

Windham LINK Supports Dennis Senibaldi for School Board 2/15/2016 For several years, Windham LINK has provided parents and community members in Windham with information about education issues in our town.  Each year, Windham LINK recommends School Board candidates who we feel will best serve our children, school district, and community.  The qualities we look for include: experience, commitment to the…

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Letter of Support for Dennis Senibaldi Windham NH| Barbara Coish

Letter: Support Senibaldi for School Board Feb 18, 2016 To the editor: The Windham School District voting on March 8 is of vital importance to the town. I shall be supporting Dennis Senibaldi in his bid for re-election to the board and I also support the proposed renovation and construction at Golden Brook School. Dennis has proved to be a…

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Letter of Support for Dennis Senibaldi Windham NH | Beth Valentine

Re-elect Dennis Senibaldi Windham NH School Board Dennis Senibaldi has proven he has the skills necessary to move our school district forward and be a watchdog for our tax dollars. How has Dennis been able to accomplish this? Dennis uses a balanced, collaborative approach to work alongside our school administration and financial director to “sharpen their pencils” and trim the…

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Deciphering The Numbers | Windham NH School Board Budget

Deciphering The Numbers | Windham NH School Board Budget By Dennis Senibaldi, Windham School Board Member Over the past few months, the Windham School Board has engaged in the daunting task of reviewing the budget.  This document contains over 1500 lines and 800 pages to read. Trust me when I say it is not even a tenth as enjoyable as a…

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Dennis Senibaldi for Re-Election | Windham NH School Board

To My Windham Friends and Fellow Residents: It is with great pleasure and enthusiasm that I signed up to run for re-election to the Windham School Board. Over the past three years, I have had the pleasure of working with three diverse School Boards. While it has not always been easy, I believe in each of the three years, many…

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