The Orleans Citizens Forum hosted a forum on the renovation and modernization of Nauset High School. The project is estimated to cost $132 million. The towns of Brewster, Orleans, Eastham and Wellfleet will each be asked to proportionately share the project’s cost not reimbursed by the State. Orleans’s share is estimated at just under $19 million. This is the largest educational project the region has ever undertaken and the second largest capital project in the history of Orleans. Orleans Citizens Forum is sponsoring a forum on January 16 to help us understand the objectives and challenges of this big undertaking.
The panel included Tom Conrad, Superintendent of Schools, Chris Ellsasser, Principal, Nauset Regional High School and Lynn Bruneau, Chairperson, Town of Orleans Finance Committee. Shared with the audience were the existing conditions of the school, proposed changes, project history and potential benefits. Many questions were answered by the panel.
To better educate the public on the existing structure and future needs, the high school is providing tours of the school. To schedule a tour contact :
Admin Asst to the Principal
Nauset Regional High School
Additional information about the project can be found at: Nauset Regional High School Building Project
Orleans Citizens Forum
Nauset Regional High School Building Project
January 16, 2020, 3:30 – 5:00 p.m.
Orleans Senior Center
150 Rock Harbor Road, Orleans, MA
The Orleans Citizens Forum continues to present forums on subjects important to the quality of life in our community such as the excellent one on Frauds and Scams presented by Jennifer Wagner, store manager of TD Bank and Police Sergeant Andrew McLaughlin on Thursday November 21, 2019. Those in attendance were made aware of the many problems associated with fraud and theft in our community and were provided strategies and tools to avoid them. It was an excellent presentation and extremely helpful to all.
The Orleans Citizens Forum and the Orleans Fire and Rescue Department concluded their 2019 training classes in November. Over 265 people were trained in the 10 classes conducted from January through November. All classes were filled.
OCF’s annual meeting was held at the Orleans Yacht Club. Guest speaker Greg O’Brien, an award-winning investigative reporter, spoke about his experience with Alzheimer’s. Greg stayed to sign copies of the second edition of his book On Pluto: Inside The Mind of Alzheimer’s. [Read more…]
Orleans Annual Town Election will be held on Tuesday, May 21st, 2019. Three candidates are running for two positions on the Board of Selectmen. The Citizens Forum held Candidates Night on May 9 to provide an opportunity to meet the candidates, hear their positions on important issues and ask questions. [Read more…]
On April 25, 2019 the Orleans Citizens Forum hosted a forum on several important warrants scheduled for the Annual Town Meeting on Monday, May 13.