BURLINGTON — Police Chief Michael Kent announces that the Burlington Police Department will be hosting an opioid seminar in conjunction with Burlington High School.
GEORGETOWN — Police Chief Donald Cudmore and Superintendent of Schools Carol Jacobs report that the Town of Georgetown responded swiftly to a report of a swastika found on the Georgetown Middle High School football field late last week.
MELROSE — Principal Marianne Farrell is pleased to announce that numerous Melrose High School teachers received awards during the Partners in Excellence celebration earlier this month.
MELROSE — Principal Marianne Farrell is pleased to announce that the Melrose High School Economics Team took the first place title in the debut of the Econ Showdown — a regional high school competition sponsored by the Learning Economics and Finance (LEAF) Network.
MELROSE – Superintendent Cyndy Taymore is pleased to announce the spring schedule of events for the district’s Visual and Performing Arts Department.
ARLINGTON — Dr. Kathleen Bodie, Superintendent of Arlington Public Schools reports that Arlington High School has resumed normal activity after receiving automated bomb threats this morning.
*Joint Press Release* Melrose Police/Schools Respond to Bomb Threat No Danger to Community — School Cleared by Police
MELROSE – Police Chief Michael L. Lyle and Superintendent Cyndy Taymore report that the Melrose Public Schools was one of many school districts around Massachusetts to receive an anonymous bomb threat this morning.
Melrose High School Offers Seal of Biliteracy for Students Who Attain Proficiency in Multiple Languages
MELROSE — Principal Marianne Farrell is pleased to announce that Melrose High School is recognizing students who attain proficiency in two or more languages with a Seal of Biliteracy certificate.
MELROSE — High School Principal Marianne Farrell is pleased to announce that the Melrose Model UN club participated in the fourth annual EagleMUNC conference last weekend and won multiple highly coveted awards for their performances.
GREAT BARRINGTON — Officials from the community, including Town Manager Jennifer Tabakin and Police Chief William Walsh, wish to issue statements today, seeking to update residents on this weekend’s events, including a police operation and search warrant at the Eagleton School and the arrests of five people.