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Fox Hill Elementary School Building Committee

In line with standard MSBA process, the individuals named here have been selected in accordance with provisions of all applicable statutes, local charters, by-laws and agreements to represent the building project.


Anne Hill - Fox Hill Teacher 

Katherine Bond* - School Commitee Member

Tara Carroll - Fox Hill Teacher

Eric Conti* - Superintendent 

Nichole Coscia* - School Business Manger

Bob Cunha* - Director of Operations

John Danizio* - Town Accountant

Jeremy Brooks* - School Committee Member

Melissa Massardo* - SBC Chair

Christine Monaco* - School Committee Member

Edward Parsons - Community Member

George Papayannis - Community Member

Jennifer Priest* - Fox Hill Parent

Roger Riggs - Ways & Means

David Rosenblatt* - Fox Hill Principal

Paul Sagarino* - Town Administrator 

Martha Simon - SBC Member

Dennis Villano* - Director of Technology Integration 

Kristen Downie - Fox Hill Secretary 

John Lyons* - Pine Glen Principal

Margo Bunker* - Pine Glen Parent

Amanda Hanafin - Pine Glen Teacher
Melissa Gilberg - Pine Glen Teacher

Meghan Nawoichik* - SBC Member

*Voting member


Massachusetts School Building Authority

The Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) is a quasi-independent government authority created to reform the process of funding capital improvement projects in the Commonwealth's public schools. The MSBA strives to work with the local communities to create affordable, sustainable, and energy efficient schools across Massachusetts. The MSBA has made more than $15.8 billion in reimbursements to cities, towns, and regional school districts for school construction projects. 


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Dore + Whittier


Dore + Whittier (D+W) was established in 1992 to provide superior client-focused service on public and private design and construction projects. Today, the company consists of approximately 60 professionals with specialized skills, offering clients the highest level of expert knowledge and innovation in project delivery. D+W's disciplined and collaborative process is the foundation of the firm's success.

D+W's OPM group provides exceptional planning, guidance, and support of major building programs with teams consisting of Architects, Planners, Project Managers, and Construction Professionals who are carefully selected for each phase of the job for their expert knowledge. This blending of experience assures the very best talent and superior service for clients and the communities in which D+W works.

Dore + Whittier Site

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DiNisco Design


DiNisco Design is an award-winning firm of 20 architects specializing in educational, municipal, and institutional facilities. These facilities serve a variety of communities, and their environs include urban neighborhoods, campus settings, historic buildings, and suburban locations. Since its inception in 1978, DiNisco Design has been guided by three principles — excellence, loyalty, and service. Architectural excellence is characterized by design that is aesthetically pleasing, distinctive, and tailored to client needs.


DiNisco Design has provided design excellence throughout its history, an achievement possible only by talented people working together towards a common goal, motivated by pride, and bonded by loyalty and teamwork. Our success is not possible without the confidence, support, and respect of our clients.

DiNisco Design Site

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