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BOE to Approve Superintendent's Contract, ‘Wolfman’ Comes to Fort Lee

The Week Ahead: a look at just some of what’s going on in Fort Lee this week.

The will vote on whether to approve Steven Engravalle’s contract as Superintendent of Schools at its regular business meeting Monday evening at .

The meeting had originally been scheduled for July 23 but was pushed back a week.

According to the agenda for the BOE meeting, the Executive County Superintendent “has reviewed and approved” Engravalle’s contract, which runs through June 2015 and is retroactive to July 1.

The school board in late June to appoint Engravalle to the post for the next three years, pending county approval of the contract.

At the same June meeting, the board also appointed Dr. Sharon Amato Assistant Superintendent of Schools through the end of the 2012-2013 school year, and Monday’s agenda also includes an item approving Amato’s contract, which the Executive County Superintendent has also approved.

To download the agenda for the Fort Lee Board of Education’s regular business meeting, which starts at 8 p.m. Monday and takes place in the high school library, click here, or visit the school district’s website.

Entertainment This Week

The ’s free Wednesday Night Concert Series features The Mahoney Brothers this week from 7:30 to 9 p.m.

Organizers describe the show as follows:

This versatile act creates an evening of unforgettable, nostalgic entertainment with meticulous staging and high tech visuals. Their “Jukebox Heroes” show will chronicle the musical legends: The Beach Boys, Ricky Nelson, Jerry Lee Lewis, Buddy Holly, Elvis and The Beatles. Their show stopping impersonations will excite, entice and enthrall you.

Also at the community center on Friday night, it’s Disco/Jive Night, as “Dancing Under the Stars” continues at 7:30 p.m.

And on Saturday, don’t miss the Fort Lee Film Commission’s latest offering, which this week features blues and jazz music by The Hudson River Rats at 7 p.m. follow by a screening of the film The Wolfman (2010), starring Benicio Del Toro, Anthony Hopkins and Emily Blunt and which organizers caution “may be too intense for younger viewers.”

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