Endorsing Ellen Scordino

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Dear Neighbors,

I write this letter of support for Ellen Scordino as an early childhood educator, local owner of a small business and mom of five children in our schools. On paper the candidates for School Committee appear similar. Both candidates are excellent people who care deeply about our schools and are working moms who have volunteered in numerous ways. It is the role they have played and the positions they have taken on the key issues that differentiates them.

Supporter Says Scordino Best and Brightest

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As her friends, many have asked us, who is Ellen Scordino?

Supporting Scordino for School Committee

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My son John and his wife Brenda, their two school age girls and I have called Hopkinton home for over a dozen years. We are endorsing Ellen Scordino for School Committee for many reasons, but one primary reason is her promise to advocate for all taxpayers, not just simply the school centric.

Opinion: Ritterbusch for School Committee

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I am voting for Amy Ritterbusch for School Committee not just because of her initiative and tireless efforts to improve Hopkinton’s schools, but also for her ability to identify and implement solutions.

Amy’s active volunteerism through her nine years as a Hopkinton resident, which includes attending school committee meetings and serving as an HPTA volunteer at several schools, gives her a clear understanding of how our school system works.

Opinion: Ritterbusch the Absolute Right Person for School Committee

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Dear Editor,

Amy Ritterbusch is the absolute right person for the job of School Committee Member. Commitment, dedication, and focus for ensuring the best education of our children are what we need and want on our School Committee, and Amy exudes each of these characteristics as demonstrated by her selfless volunteering and activism in our community year after year.

Scordino for School Committee

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In 2012 the Boston Business Journal awarded Ellen Scordino one of its 40 under 40 nominations. This prestigious award recognizes Boston's best and brightest young professionals who are achievers, innovators and leaders in their fields. These are all assets that would be valuable to our School Committee.

Ellen Scordino Second Candidate Statement - School Committee Election 2013

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Coming to Massachusetts from New York City, where I had to diligently research private schools and educational philosophies, and subject my daughter to interviews, testing and applications, I knew I needed to land in a community with excellent public schools. Not surprisingly, I moved here, to Hopkinton. While our community has many great attributes, the school system is the cornerstone of this community and the single biggest reason why people move to Hopkinton.

Amy Ritterbusch Second Candidate Statement – School Committee Election 2013

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My name is Amy Ritterbusch and I am running for the open seat on our School Committee. I have lived in Hopkinton for nine years and like most residents I am committed to keeping our schools strong. My husband, Tim, and I have three children (Grades 7, 5 and 2) in the Hopkinton Schools. I have a BA from UMass Amherst. In addition to my many volunteer roles in town, I have a freelance web design business.

Support for Ellen Scordino

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My wife Ann and I moved here for one reason: the strength of the Hopkinton School System. Our three children are thriving here and we are grateful to all those that have made this possible. We write this letter to express our support for Ellen Scordino for School Committee, because we believe she has the right mix of brains and brawn, to keep our schools preeminent in future.


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