SUDBURY — Superintendent Brad Cozier announces that the Sudbury Public Schools will sponsor pooled COVID-19 testing, in conjunction with the Sudbury Board of Health, later this month.
WAKEFIELD– A vehicle repaired by Northeast Metro Tech’s Auto Body and Automotive Technology programs will now be driven by a local veteran, thanks to a partnership between the District and Second Chance Cars.
SWANZEY — Superintendent Lisa Witte announces that the Monadnock Regional School District intends to return to full-time in-person learning beginning May 3, rather than on April 19, which the state of New Hampshire had previously identified as a target date for doing so.
ROCHESTER — Superintendent Kyle Repucci is pleased to announce the Rochester Public Schools received six pallets of disposable face masks last week, which will be shared within the community.
HAVERHILL– More than a year after first closing its facility due to the pandemic, Whittier Tech will transition back to fully in-person learning by the end of the month.
RAYMOND — Superintendent Tina McCoy announces that students will be able to return to in-person learning five days a week later this month.
Peabody’s Brown Elementary Surprises First Grader with Celebration Following Her Last Cancer Treatment
PEABODY– Superintendent Josh Vadala and Brown Elementary School Principal Lauren King are pleased to share that students and staff came together on Monday to celebrate a first grade student’s final day of cancer treatment.
PETERBOROUGH — Superintendent Kimberly Rizzo Saunder announces that longtime South Meadow School Principal Anne O’Bryant will retire at the end of the school year.
Seekonk High School’s New Gay-Straight Alliance Club Aims to Promote Inclusion and Acceptance Within School Community
SEEKONK — Superintendent Rich Drolet and Seekonk High School Principal William Whalen are pleased to announce that Seekonk High School’s Gay-Straight Alliance club is once again promoting inclusion and acceptance within the school community.
SUDBURY — For the last year, Peter Noyes School music teacher Michael Gorgone has worked to keep spirits and morale up while students have participated in remote and hybrid learning.