School Building Committee Seeks Community Input via Online Survey Open Through May 27. MEDFIELD — Superintendent Jeffrey Marsden and School Committee Chair Anna Mae O’Shea Brooke announce that a virtual community forum was recently held regarding the status of the Dale Street School Building Project and encourage community members to provide input on the project via a town-wide online survey.
DANVERS — Superintendent Heidi Riccio is pleased to announce that an Essex Tech senior was awarded the Walter J. Markham Award by the Massachusetts Vocational Association.
RAYMOND — Superintendent Tina McCoy is pleased to announce Michael Hatfield has been chosen as the new director of Student Services for the Raymond School District.
RAYMOND — Superintendent Tina McCoy and Principal Laura Yacek are pleased to report that students at the Lamprey River Elementary School took part in a virtual field day on Wednesday, May 20.
WEYMOUTH — Superintendent Jennifer Curtis-Whipple, Assistant Superintendent Brian Smith and Food Services Director Elizabeth Sauro are pleased to share that Weymouth Public Schools is ensuring that Weymouth students are supported with meals during the ongoing school closures relating to COVID-19.
ANDOVER — Superintendent John Lavoie is pleased to announce that the Greater Lawrence Technical School was awarded the Safe Sport School 1st Team designation for their work protecting the health and safety of student athletes.
ROCKLAND — Principal Beth Bohn is pleased to share that Rogers Middle School students were able to showcase their artwork, even in the midst of the statewide school closure and COVID-19 pandemic.
DURHAM — Superintendent James Morse is pleased to share that the district held a small, socially distanced groundbreaking this weekend for the Oyster River Middle School building project.
NORWOOD — General Manager Tony Mazzucco and Norwood Public Schools Superintendent David Thomson are pleased to share with the community a new food program, unique to Norwood, that is currently serving over 400 families and has school cafeteria workers cooking, preparing and serving weekly dinners to families throughout the months of May and June.
RAYMOND – A band of familiar faces will line the driveway of the Hannaford Supermarket in town until the end of the week in celebration of the Raymond High School class of 2020.