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Worcester’s Youth Share their opinion about WCCA TV “The People’s Channel”

Here is what Worcester’s YOUTH are saying about WCCA TV “The People’s Channel” :

Thank you North High School’s Media Club. We look forward to seeing you on WCCA TV 194 and at wccatv.com

You guys are the coolest !

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WCCA has a new revised monthly e-newsletter. To receive a copy you need
to get added to the mailing list by visiting the WCCA website at
wccatv.com and clicking on “Join the mailing list” which will take you
to the signup form HERE
The People’s Channel. Contact the station and find out how you might qualify to be entered into a contest to win a nice prize by getting your friends to sign up for our e-news letter.

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Thanks for your support.
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Melinda Boone to leave post as Worcester Public Schools Superintendent


On Superintendent Melina Boone

Melinda Boone cared about one thing during her tenure as superintendent: what was
best for the kids of the Worcester Public Schools.

With the support of dedicated teachers, parents and her staff, Dr. Boone has
significantly lowered the Worcester Public Schools’ dropout rate. That means
hundreds of Worcester kids who, rather than dropping out, now have high school
diplomas. That’s real impact and real leadership. Dr. Boone has also been a partner
to the City on modernizing our school facilities. With her help, we’ve replaced
windows and roofs and boilers in schools across the city. And we’ve started on the
path to new a brand new $58 million Nelson Place School.

I wish Dr. Boone the best on her next chapter, and I look forward to working with
the next superintendent to provide the very best education possible for our young

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