Windham

Did Dennis Senibaldi violate Election law as a Windham Town Employee?

by Kimberly Morin April 3, 2018

BUMPED (from 3/27/15): Ah now, we’re getting a tad closer as to the activities of one Dennis Senibaldi last month during Windham’s town elections. No, not quite the same but of the same nature. More soon! -Skip ****************** During the recent Windham School Board elections there was a photo posted on Mike Joanis’ campaign Facebook […]

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Did Windham’s Dennis Senibaldi violate the state computer crime law?

by Kimberly Morin April 2, 2018

BUMPED: First posted on 3/24/15. Well, it seems that Dennis Senibaldi may have gotten himself into a peck of a place during this past election – and I’m not just talking about the blizzard we got. Our intrepid Kimberly was all over this – and it makes a great reminder of what current School Board […]

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Is Your NH School District Trying to Get Around the Law When it Comes to Home Schooling?

by Steve MacDonald March 21, 2018

School Choice for New Hampshire has a post up about School Districts that ask more of Home Schoolers and their families than the law allows. You’ll see a few of the “usual suspects,” district who get a lot of attention from the bloggers around our quaint little shop. What’s more important here, however, is that […]

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The Interviews – Week Ending 3-10-2018

by Steve MacDonald March 10, 2018

This weeks roundup of interviews includes how Obama Policies gave us Nikolas Cruz, the left’s hypocritical overreaction to a tweet about Hitler, a gun legislation update, actual foreign collusion in US elections, and how the Windham New Hampshire school board is robbing people of their constitutional rights. Listen and Follow at Spreaker.com Also Available on […]

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How Windham’s Transgender Policy Violates Your Rights

by Steve MacDonald March 9, 2018

Skip Murphy explains how the Windham School Board’s new transgender bathroom policy includes language that could infringe on first amendment rights by compelling speech with threats of disciplinary action and how he is trying to pry more details from the board. Follow us on iTunes Also Available on Google Play

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Windham High School’s National Walk-Out Day Agenda

by Steve MacDonald March 7, 2018

Stephen M. Sierpina, the Principal of Windham High School, sent out a letter outlining the school’s plans for Wednesday, March 14th. That’s supposed to be a nation-wide school walkout day to inspire Congress to pass stricter gun laws. Dumb. Anyone with two non-ideological brain-cells to rub together knows that criminals don’t follow laws and this walk-out is […]

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Tyranny returns to the Windham School Board

by Op-Ed March 5, 2018

By Tony Massahos …we need re-elect Tom Murray to the Windham School Board. The recent decision by the Windham School Board to ignore their Policy BGB and bypass the proper process to accept public input before passing Transgender Locker Room Policy JBAB reminds me of the arrogance by the Windham School Board prior to when Mr. […]

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What happened to the scientific method?

by Op-Ed March 5, 2018

By Lynn Murray As a mother of five children I am deeply disturbed by the actions of the Windham School Board. I attended public schools as a child. I learned there were reasons for everything we were taught. Everything we learned had a foundation based on logic and reasoning. Everything. We learned English. We learned […]

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Trans-Windham School Board Gets a 91A Right To Know Request

by Steve MacDonald February 23, 2018

Skip Murphy explains his first (of perhaps several) Right to Know requests to a Windham School Board that has rammed through transgender bathroom rules without following district policy.   Also Available on Google Play

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Windham School Board – That Transgender Bathroom policy really isn’t official? Part 3

by Skip February 20, 2018

“…transgenderism is a belief system that increasingly looks like a cultish religion—a modern-day Gnosticism denying physical reality for deceived perceptions—being forced on the public by the state”. Well, tonite is the night that Rob Breton, Dennis Senibaldi and Keleigh McAllister will be facing the music – and probably not tunes they wish to listen to.  And […]

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Windham School Board – That Transgender Bathroom policy really isn’t official? Part 2

by Skip February 19, 2018

UPDATE Confirmed: Subject: School Board Meeting Location Changed Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2018 20:10:02 +0000 From: Windham School District <noreply@windhamsd.org> Reply-To: Windham School District <noreply@windhamsd.org> To: <redacted> The location for the Windham School Board Meeting scheduled for tomorrow, Feb 20 has been changed to the Windham High School. School Board Meeting Posting This is the […]

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Part 3 – And then there are other kinds of trolls. Like Donna Sawyer from Windham

by Skip February 16, 2018

Previous here and here. To recap: at about the time we put up a post,  Windham School Board Approves Unconstitutional “BATHROOM BILL” Policy, I received an email from a Donna Sawyer who believes that people (other than her) are SO stupid that they have to be told “oh, GraniteGrok might get a spiff if you buy […]

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Windham School Board Approves Unconstitutional “BATHROOM BILL” Policy

by Op-Ed February 1, 2018

By Tom Murray – Windham School Board Member On Tuesday, January 30th the Windham School Members (WSB) Rob Breton, Keleigh McAllister, Dennis Senibaldi, and Daniel Popovici-Muller all voted to impose Obama’s radical Transgender “Bathroom and Locker Room” policies on our students and district employees in Windham. Now mandated by Policy JBAB, boys who “identify as girls” […]

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GT Flashback – Ken Eyring & Tom Murray: Windham School District

by Steve MacDonald March 18, 2017

As Windham voters go to the polls I thought we should remind them what the school district and school board were like before Ken Eyring and Tom Murray got elected. The decreasing transparency, $600,000.00 no-bid contracts, and limiting public comment or input on issues affecting parents and taxpayers, plus a whole lot more. Ken has […]

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Windham Decides Between Local Control or Lobbyist Lap Dogs

by Steve MacDonald March 17, 2017

Tomorrow voters in Windham, New Hampshire will go to the polls, and one of the more important decisions they have to make is whether to allow their School Board to go forward or backward. Recent elections have moved the Windham school board away from its unaccountable past. Daniel Popovici-Muller, Tom Murray, and Ken Eyring have created […]

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Windham election: Al Letizio Jr. and Dennis Senibaldi bring ‘nasty’ back to the school board

by Kimberly Morin March 12, 2017

On Tuesday, towns across New Hampshire will be holding local elections, including Windham. While many elections can sometimes be petty, recent school board elections in Windham tend to be contentious. Certain people in the town like to have power and when they are on the cusp of losing it or when they have lost it […]

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Part II – NH Republican Gubernatorial Debate in Digestible Bits

by Steve MacDonald August 3, 2016
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Part II A few weeks back the Windham GOP held a debate. We posted their video here, and I promised to break up the audio from that recording into digestible bits for your casual consumption. Hour TWO broke down into three segments. I have edited (shortened) the audio down to the questions and answers. Applause volume has […]

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NH Republican Gubernatorial Debate in Digestible Bits

by Steve MacDonald July 31, 2016
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A few weeks back the Windham GOP held a debate. We posted their video here, and I promised to break up the audio from that recording into digestible bits for your casual consumption. Hour one broke down into five segments. I have edited (shortened) the audio down to the questions and answers. Applause volume has been reduced […]

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Windham GOP Republican Gubernatorial Debate

by Steve MacDonald July 15, 2016
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If you missed it, here it is. The entire Windham GOP Committee Republican Debate.

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Dennis Senibaldi: An example of why Public Officials should NEVER comment on Facebook if they can’t back themselves up

by Kimberly Morin March 29, 2015

I almost feel a little sorry for Dennis Senibaldi. The first rule any public official should follow is to never use intimidation or bullying against a writer or blogger with a fairly decent-sized audience. The second rule any public official should follow is to never comment on articles or blogs that show them in a […]

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Al Letizio Jr. and Dennis Senibaldi: Intimidation and Cowardice in Windham

by Kimberly Morin March 28, 2015

As you have probably seen in other posts, I have written extensively over the past few months about the Windham School Board and then added more posts regarding the school board elections. Dennis Senibaldi is a member of the Windham School Board. Al Letizio Jr is a Windham Selectman. Both men are elected officials who […]

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Did Dennis Senibaldi violate Election law as a Windham Town Employee?

by Kimberly Morin March 27, 2015

During the recent Windham School Board elections there was a photo posted on Mike Joanis’ campaign Facebook page at the Windham Transfer Station that shows he and Jerome Rekart campaigning with a photo of Dennis Senibaldi. No big deal right?

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Was the Windham School Admin and Board colluding with Cenergistic?

by Kimberly Morin March 27, 2015

Although Cenergistic has pulled its proposal out of the Windham School District for consideration, there is other interesting information that was discovered through a Right-to-Know request.  If you recall, Cenergistic proposed a $577,000 contract to “change energy behavior” in the Windham School District.  The proposal was literally shoved through the Windham School Board without the […]

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Windham Voters Dump Incumbent School Board members

by Kimberly Morin March 27, 2015

NOTE: This is being added to GraniteGrok due to the bullying of Dennis Senibaldi and Al Letizio.  This post was removed from Examiner because Senibaldi complained.  Of course, everything in this article is linked back to factual documentation.  Last night Windham voters decidedly voted to rid the school board of Chairman Jerry Rekart and member […]

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Did Windham’s Dennis Senibaldi violate the state computer crime law?

by Kimberly Morin March 24, 2015

There is new information concerning the shenanigans pulled by Windham School Board member Dennis Senibaldi last week during the school board meeting.

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Windham School Board Incumbents Ousted

by Steve MacDonald March 11, 2015
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Maybe the people of Windham got tired of all the negative publicity from their school board?   Banning Dodgeball and walking that back.  Refusing US Constitutions an walking that back.   Or it might have been the almost arrest of a resident trying to give public comment before a vote to accept a massive $577,000.00 […]

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Windham School Board election gets ugly thanks to Selectman Al Letizio Jr.

by Kimberly Morin March 9, 2015

Yesterday the Vice Chairman of the Board of Selectman in Windham, New Hampshire posted some ridiculous accusations against Tom Murray, candidate for school board, on his official Facebook page. Al Letizio Jr is supporting the current Windham School Board members up for re-election Jerry Rekart and Mike Joanis. If you recall, both of these men […]

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School board intimidation in New Hampshire calls for motivated response

by Steve MacDonald February 8, 2015
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By Steve Mac Donald | Watchdog Arena Many modern-day elected officials view public input as a burden and increasingly act to limit or even discourage the practice through intimidation.  In New Hampshire that is never more evident than when the public attempts to engage with their local school board. Keep Reading

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School Board Tyranny Part II

by Steve MacDonald January 23, 2015
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We continue our discussion about holding elected boards accountable with Ken Eyring and Tom Murray. In Part II we dig deeper into the background on Cenergistic, and the events at the meeting that promoted the board to call the police on a taxpayer who objected to a vote on a no-bid contract without any public […]

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Windham School Board Tyranny Part I

by Steve MacDonald January 23, 2015
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Ken Eyring and Tom Murray joins us to explore the issue of decreasing transparency from elected School boards (in this case, Windham), the problem of no-bid contracts, and board efforts to limit or end public comment or input on issues affecting parents and taxpayers   You can listen to the entire segment here. Follow us […]

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