The superintendents of the King Philip Regional School District, Norfolk Public Schools, Wrentham Public Schools and Plainville Public Schools announce that all four school districts will be closing their facilities for the next two weeks out of an abundance of caution in an effort to reduce the risk of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) to the school communities.
MARION — Town Administrator James McGrail wishes to provide residents with the latest information regarding the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) as federal and state officials continue to monitor the virus domestically and internationally.
EXETER — SAU 16 Superintendent David Ryan announces that all SAU 16 school facilities will close for at least two weeks beginning Monday, March 16 as part of the district’s evolving response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
The North Shore and Merrimack Valley superintendents of schools have collaborated to make a timely and unified decision about school closure that they feel is in the best interests of their faculty, staff, students, and families. This decision was made after significant conversations among school leaders, local public health officials, and state officials. State officials have today urged that municipalities should make decisions based on their local circumstances, and given the rapidly changing COVID-19 crisis, which the World Health Organization has this week labeled a global pandemic.
CANTON — Superintendent Jill Rossetti reports that Blue Hills Regional Technical School will close its facilities for the next week out of an abundance of caution in an effort to reduce the risk of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) to the school community.
HOLBROOK — The Town of Holbrook wishes to inform residents that the local health department is closely monitoring the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and recommends following precautions from local and state health officials and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Methuen Schools, Senior Center and Library to Close to Public for Two Weeks
WEYMOUTH — Superintendent Jennifer Curtis-Whipple reports that Weymouth Public Schools will close their facilities for the next two weeks out of an abundance of caution in an effort to reduce the risk of the ever-changing, unprecedented coronavirus (COVID-19) to the school community.
TYNGSBOROUGH — Interim Superintendent Jill Davis announces that Greater Lowell Technical High School will close after the school day today, and the building shall remain closed through at least March 27, as a precaution against the rapidly spreading COVID-19 illness, which was declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organization this week.
WRENTHAM — Town Administrator and Emergency Management Director Kevin Sweet wishes to provide residents of the Town of Wrentham with the latest information regarding the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19).