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~ Political Announcement ~ James “Jim” Mastrocola announces candidacy for Ward 4 School Committee Seat

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James Mastrocola is a lifelong Everett resident and resides at 56 Preston Street. He takes great pride in being a parent of three well-rounded daughters, a homeowner, and a taxpayer. He attended Everett Schools and is a graduate of The New Preparatory School in Cambridge.

Jim’s service to the children of Everett began as a Coach, Manager and Mentor for over 12 seasons for Babe Ruth Baseball, Everett Youth Softball, and a “travel” softball team, featuring an Everett roster, that won the Mass. State Championship, qualifying for the Nationals in 2003. In addition, Jim coached baseball for four short years at Saint Monica’s as well as assistant coach at Ursuline High School Softball Program, both Dallas, TX.

Jim also has a heart for the elderly, as he volunteers for ‘Little Brothers, Friends of the Elderly’ and participates in their Shut-In Visitation Program and Thanksgiving Program.

For 34 years, Jim owned and operated Mastrocola Insurance Agency, Inc., located on the Revere Beach Parkway in Everett. His responsibilities included obtaining financially strong Insurance carriers, contract negotiations, and of course, discussing clients’ needs such as securing the best possible Insurance policies and programs, at the most competitive rates and reduced costs. His work ethic and well-trained staff enabled him to service over 3,000 clients.

Through his extensive professional background, Jim knows his management skills and professional experience will be an asset to the city and will reinforce the skills needed to be a valuable and productive member of the school committee.

If elected, he looks forward to working with his fellow school committee members in managing the school department budget in order to provide the students of Everett with every opportunity to become successful and productive members of society.

The success of our school system is a collective effort of our entire community. In order to maximize our children’s future success, he will ensure that our administrators, teachers, and coaches are doing everything possible to provide the children of Everett the education and skills needed to maximize their potential.

As a taxpayer and home owner, he knows our school system is the most crucial component in our city’s future success.

Jim’s greatest credential, however, is his passion for the Everett school children, and devotion to the success and betterment of their lives, in this community and beyond.

James Mastrocola humbly asks for your support by casting your Ward 4 School Committee vote. Jim can be reached at 972-273-0211 with any questions or concerns.

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