School Building Advisory Committee (2013 - 2015)

  • The Lincoln School Building Advisory Committee (SBAC) is a sub-committee of the Lincoln School Committee.  In March, 2014 the SBAC was re-established in order to develop and guide the process of developing multiple pathways that can be taken to meet the needs of the Lincoln School building.  The SBAC will work with consultants to develop a range of building project options to be considered by the citizens of Lincoln.  Throughout this process, the SBAC is committed to providing opportunities for community input and feedback.
    Following are the members serving on the SBAC:

    • Doug Adams, co-Chair, community member
    • Becky McFall, co-Chair, Superintendent, Lincoln Public Schools
    • Ken Bassett, community member
    • Owen Beenhouwer, community member
    • Vincent Cannistraro, community member
    • Tim Christenfeld, School Committee member
    • Buck Creel, Administrator for Business and Finance, Lincoln Public Schools
    • Steven Perlmutter, community member
    • Maggy Pietropaolo, community member
    • Hathaway Russell, community member
    • Peter Sugar, community member
    • Gary Taylor, community member

Meetings and Forums

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Other Documents

     At the March 28, 2015 Annual Town Meeting, the Lincoln School Committee will ask the community to consider three warrant articles related to a Lincoln School building project. The School Building Advisory Committee (SBAC), which was re-constituted by a vote at last year’s Town Meeting, has worked over the past 12 months to develop a wide variety of project concepts that range from repair projects at one end, to comprehensive renovation projects (repairs + systems upgrades + educational enhancements) at the other. Hard copies are available in the Lincoln Public Library, the Selectmen's Office, the Smith and Brooks Offices, and the Superintendent’s office.)

    To move the process forward, Warrant Articles 30, 31, and 32 give the citizens of Lincoln the opportunity to voice whether they support a repair approach or a renovation approach in overseeing the stewardship of the Lincoln School. To learn more about the articles and the implications of "yes" an "no" votes, please click on the following link:

    The public is invited to attend a multi-board meeting/public forum on Tuesday, March 17, 2015 at 7:00 pm in the Reed Gym. There will be an overview of the articles, a discussion of the capital planning and financial context in which they will be considered, and an open forum--bring your questions!