Tim Macaluso 
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I was born and raised in the Rochester area, but I lived in California and Florida before returning home about 12 years ago. I'm a vegetarian and live with my husband and our three pugs. I cover education, health care, and local politics for City.

Tim Louis Macaluso

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I was born and raised in the Rochester area, but I lived in California and Florida before returning home about 12 years ago. I'm a vegetarian and live with my husband and our three pugs. I cover education, health care, and local politics for City.

Recent Articles

  • Report challenges city school district's spending

    A report from the Children's Agenda questions whether the district is spending its money in the most effective way. Is it, for example, directing enough resources to the children who most need help?
    • Apr 25, 2018
  • Distinguished educator will not be coming to RCSD

    • Apr 20, 2018
  • City launches traffic ticket agency

    • Apr 19, 2018
  • More »

    Recent Posts

  • RCSD's Deane-Williams lays out priorities

    • Jan 13, 2017
  • Homeland Security allegedly contacted about two Naz students

    A member of a local church allegedly called Homeland Security after two male Nazareth College students, both Muslim, attended a service and coffee hour at the church on Sunday, said Nazareth president Daan Braveman in a letter addressed to the "Campus Community."
    • Dec 7, 2016
  • No, Michael Gerson, hypocrisy is not O.K.

    • Nov 30, 2016
  • More »

    Recent Comments

    Re: “Nazareth's adjunct faculty continue a push to unionize

    Appreciate it, Ed.

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    Posted by Tim Macaluso on 04/11/2018 at 9:18 AM

    Re: “Urban Action 1/10

    Thanks for that clarification, Janice. I spoke with one of the supervisors as you suggested.

    Posted by Tim Macaluso on 01/12/2018 at 3:48 PM

    Re: “School 41 to close and a new school to open in its place

    Rochester Musician, your question regarding what the State Education Department means by opening a different school is a good one. The commissioner is basically saying the school is a receivership school because attempts to improve achievement hasn't progressed quickly enough. Teachers and administrators met some goals for improvement, but not enough to avoid her intervention. The new school would be located in the same building, but school officials will have to propose a different teaching model. For instance, maybe they will propose creating another School of Inquiry. Or maybe they will propose adding more reading and math teachers. And yes, there could be staffing changes, but that hasn't been determined yet, according to board President Van White.

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    Posted by Tim Macaluso on 12/08/2017 at 11:17 AM

    Re: “School board weighing another college partnership

    Teacherwhocares:

    Thank you so much for your readership and your clarifications. We've updated the story.

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    Posted by Tim Macaluso on 03/18/2017 at 1:03 PM

    Re: “Feedback 2/17

    Bart:

    The carousel story was pulled because it contained incorrect information. The story said that the Rochester Museum and Science Center would take the original panel and house it if the Preservation Board approved the request. But there has been no decision made on what to do with the original panel. The city would like the community's input before making any decisions about the panel's future. We are sorry for the error.

    Tim Louis Macaluso
    Staff Writer
    City Newspaper

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    Posted by Tim Macaluso on 02/29/2016 at 10:04 AM

    Re: “History, activism, and resilience in the 19th Ward

    Thanks for the clarifications. Hope we have good weather and a large showing for the tour.

    Tim Macaluso
    Staff Writer
    City Newspaper

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    Posted by Tim Macaluso on 10/15/2015 at 9:26 AM

    Re: “DOE notes high pre-k suspensions

    I corrected this blog because the original version incorrectly implied that the RCSD suspends its pre-K students. For added clarification, the RCSD provided me with this statement: "We do not suspend prekindergarten students from our Universal Prekindergarten Program in the Rochester City School District. A child can't be expelled from the Universal Prekindergarten program either. We do have a safety procedure that is rarely utilized in extreme cases where after a series of steps have been taken, including parent notification, a student can be asked to refrain from attending the program for a maximum of five days while steps are taken to put in place a safety plan to address serious safety concerns. This is all done in collaboration with the parent." The statement is from Tricia Cruz, a district spokesperson.

    Thanks for the comments.

    Tim Louis Macaluso

    2 likes, 3 dislikes
    Posted by Tim Macaluso on 06/06/2014 at 12:42 PM

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