MARION — The Towns of Marion, Rochester and Mattapoisett, along with the Old Rochester Regional School District & Massachusetts School Superintendency Union #55, are proactively proposing a regional COVID-19 vaccination clinic for Tri-Town educators. If approved and supplied by the state, implementation of the plan will provide the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to an estimated 1,192 educators during a two-day period.
SWANSEA — Town Administrator Mallory Aronstein, Swansea Public Schools Superintendent John Robidoux and Public Health Nurse Emily Lachance are pleased to announce that the Town of Swansea has launched a COVID-19 dashboard to keep community members up-to-date with the town’s latest information regarding the pandemic.
Medfield Public Schools Provides Update on Efforts to Bring Students Back for Full-Time, In-Person Learning
MEDFIELD — The Medfield School Committee and Superintendent of Schools Jeffrey Marsden wish to provide an update to the Medfield community on the district’s continued work to transition to in-person learning.
DARTMOUTH — Director of Public Health Christopher Michaud is pleased to announce the launch of a new website that will provide the community with the latest information, news and resources regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.
PEABODY — Superintendent Josh Vadala wishes to provide an update to Peabody Public Schools students, families and staff on the district’s plans to transition to in-person learning.
TAUNTON — Superintendent-Director Dr. Alexandre Magalhaes and Athletic Director Thomas Rodrigues are pleased to report that Bristol-Plymouth Regional Technical School will compete in the upcoming Fall II athletics season.
Dartmouth Board of Health Assures Second Dose COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics at Dartmouth High School Site
DARTMOUTH — Director of Public Health Christopher Michaud and the Dartmouth COVID-19 Response Team wish to provide an update regarding second dose COVID-19 vaccinations at the Dartmouth High School location.
ANDOVER — Superintendent John Lavoie is pleased to announce Greater Lawrence Technical School freshmen and high needs students attended school in-person for the first time this year on Monday.
GEORGETOWN — Health Agent Deb Rogers and the Town of Georgetown report the state announced yesterday that the next wave of residents eligible through phase two of the state’s vaccination distribution plan can begin booking appointments.
GEORGETOWN – With tax season now underway, Chief Donald C. Cudmore and the Georgetown Police Department would like to advise the community to be careful with personal and financial information when filing, in order to avoid falling victim to common scams.