With Marano, ‘experience matters’ for School Committee 

March 4, 2024

Experience matters — and Tracey Marano has years of experience in public schools and public education.  

We are writing to express our enthusiastic support for Tracey Marano’s reelection to the School Committee. Tracey has served admirably during her first term, demonstrating a deep commitment to our schools and the well-being of our children.  

Tracey is abundantly qualified. All four of her children have gone through the CPS/CCHS system. She understands firsthand the challenges and opportunities facing our students and educators. Her personal investment in the success of our schools drives her dedication to ensuring every child receives a quality education. With a master’s degree in special education and a background as both a teacher and vice principal in public schools, Tracey brings time-tested expertise to the School Committee. Her deep understanding of public education informs her decision-making and advocacy on behalf of ALL students.  

During her tenure, Tracey has played a pivotal role in passing three school budgets to ensure that our schools have the resources they need to provide a top-notch education to our students. Her fiscal responsibility and advocacy for adequate funding have helped to maintain and improve educational standards in our district.  

As Chair of the Concord-Carlisle Regional School District, Tracey’s leadership has been instrumental in managing complex issues, demonstrating her ability to navigate challenging situations and make decisions in the best interest of our community. She is known for her ability to listen to diverse perspectives, engage stakeholders, and work towards common goals that benefit our schools and students.  

Tracey’s reelection to the School Committee is crucial for continuing the progress we have made and ensuring a bright future for our children. Join us in supporting Tracey Marano so that she can continue to champion public education and advocate for the success of all students.  

Johanna and John Boynton  

Chestnut Street