BBRSD Central Office Update

October 14, 2022

Superintendent's Office

BBRSD Crisis Management Plan

We continue to work with our public safety partners to provide the safest possible environment for our students. We met again with law enforcement and fire department leaders from Berlin and Boylston this past week to continue identifying areas where we can improve school safety in all three buildings while updating and improving our crisis management plans.

The number one priority of the BBRSD is your student's safety.

Jeffrey T. Zanghi

Superintendent of Schools

Business Office

Food Service Opening-Tahanto

Our food service department at Tahanto is hiring! If you or someone you know is interested in a part-time position please apply here. This is a great job for parents and retirees!

Nancy Konisky, Director of Finance and Operations

Pupil Personnel Department


The Berlin-Boylston Special Education Parent Advisory Council is a group of parents who are available to support other parents of students with disabilities. For more information: SEPAC

Berlin-Boylston Special Education and 504 Survey

SEPAC and Pupil Personnel Services request your help understanding what works for our special education families and what needs improving.

Please provide your input in this survey

SEPAC Meetings

The October meeting will be on Monday, October 17th.

email to get a link for the meeting

New Pupil Personnel Services Staff

Please join me in welcoming Courtney Mullin, Speech-Language Pathologist, to the Berlin-Boylston school community. We are pleased to have Courtney as a member of the staff at Berlin Memorial School.

Jannel Fitzpatrick

Director of Pupil Personnel

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Technology Department

For those of you with children at Tahanto, you know we are piloting a Chromebook insurance program through the company School Device Coverage. As promised I wanted to get some early feedback about the plan so I have created a very short survey that can be found here. I am hoping that parents that chose not to participate will also take the survey as we are looking for feedback as to why you chose not to participate.

A final question is also an open-ended place for comments, so if you wanted to add your feedback that would be a good place to do so. We plan to seek additional feedback near the end of the year after some of you may have had to deal with a claim for damage, but if that does happen and you would like to share that information, positive or negative before we put the second survey out please reach out to me via email. Thank you in advance to those that take the time to respond. Your feedback will help guide our decision-making process around this topic.

Paul Mara, Technology Coordinator

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