December 3, 2021
4 Boltwood Avenue
Virtual Meeting: Join with Google Meet using the link: meet.google.com/tkw-spjb-kwr or by phone: 617-675-4444 PIN: ?293 288 563 5855# Full Agenda: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fnh0-UJZFYANvvOeiQIJJqvf_WpMxkwc/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=113019135176172164946&rtpof=true&sd=true
RECEIVED 9/30/21 at 2:52 PM LIST OF TOPICS: Approve Minutes; Public Comment, Inclusion (District Curriculum Day November 2, · Joint Task Force for Inclusion Follow Up, Autism Awareness Week, Neurodiversity Week instead); Mental Health; Communication (NEW DESE Guidance); Parent Observation; Updates from Dr. Brady, Director Special Education/Student Services; Updates from School Committee Liaisons; 2021-22 Potential Activities (BSEA Joint Presentation with Northampton SEPAC, DDS 101 November, Basic Rights – do we still have a Mass Pac Membership?, Mental Health – can we use SEPAC funds for a speaker?, Caregiver Chats, Annual SEPAC Survey); Future Agenda Planning
https://amherstma.zoom.us/j/88662215543Or by phone: 669-900-6833 or 253-215-8782Webinar ID: 886 6221 5543
REVISED: 10/22/2021 at 10:22 am. RECEIVED: 10/04/2021 at 9:32 am. LIST OF TOPICS: 1. Call To Order: Welcome, Announcements, Agenda Review, and Approval of 9/28/2021 Minutes. 2. Reports and Comments: Public Comment. 3. Action and Discussion Items: a. Revisit Assembly agreements and meeting guidelines b. K.P. Law Analysis. c. Financials: i. Building Financial instruments to support recommendations ii. Developing funding mechanisms (tax revenue from Cannabis sales). d. Food for thought/Work Process – Dr. Jemison, e. Public Engagement, f. Screening documentary of AHRA, A Reckoning in Boston g. BAAM’s engagement with the Assembly. 4. Member Reports. 5. Upcoming Events. 6. Next Meeting Date: TBD. 7. Other Topics: Other topics the Chair did not reasonably anticipate 48 hours in advance of the meeting. 8. Adjourn
Join the Amherst Survival Center for our 2nd annual month-long Hike for Hunger! Hike for Hunger is an opportunity for you to be outside and active while ensuring our neighbors have access to nutritious food. You can register as an individual or as part of a team and set your personal hiking goal. Once you register, you’ll be able to create your own fundraising page to start collecting donations from family and friends. Come October, head out on the trails wherever and whenever you’d like – with your family, your friends, or your furry friends – and share your adventures.
Proceeds from Hike for Hunger go directly to our food and nutrition programs, reaching more than 7,000 people annually.
Registration is $25 and includes a 2021 Hike for Hunger t-shirt. There is no fundraising minimum, but those who fundraise will be eligible to earn great prizes.
Event will be held via Zoom and recorded. Please click the link to join the webinar: https://amherstma.zoom.us/j/93952241687
or join via phone by dialing (646) 876-9923 with webinar ID: 939 5224 1687
The FY23 resident capital request form is now available until November 19, 2021
Where: the former Hickory Ridge Golf Course clubhouse parking lot at 191 West Pomeroy Lane in Amherst, MA