<p>Whereas: The School Committee was deeply saddened at learning of the death of Christopher Saheed on June 25, 2020; and </p> <p>Whereas: Christopher is survived by his loving husband and partner of 43 years, Stephen Nonack, his beloved aunt Carol Rondeau, his brother and sister-in-law Peter and Ruth Nonack, and nephews Christopher and Henry Nonack; and </p> <p>Whereas: Christopher valued education, earning a degree in education at Tufts University, a J.D. degree from Suffolk University, as well as a master's degree in education from Harvard; and </p> <p>Whereas: Christopher spent his entire career as an educator in Cambridge, as a teacher, dean, and principal, leaving a lasting impact on generations of students at CRLS; and </p> <p>Whereas: Serving as CRLS principal from 2006 to 2011, which he referred to as 'the fulfillment of a professional dream,' Christopher was known as a thoughtful leader who cared deeply about equity and inclusiveness, and </p> <p>Whereas: Christopher will be remembered by colleagues and family members for his passion for education and affection for teaching and never forgetting what it was like to be a teacher, earning him the respect of classroom teachers; now therefore be it</p> <p>RESOLVED: That this School Committee go on record extending its deepest appreciation for Christopher Saheed and deepest sympathy to his family at this time of such personal loss; and be it further</p> <p>RESOLVED: That a formal copy of this Resolution be prepared by the Executive Secretary to the School Committee.</p>

School Committee Actions

Action Action Date Reconsidered By Referred to Subcommitee
08/04/2020 Adopted

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