NORTH READING – Police Chief Michael P. Murphy and Superintendent Jon Bernard report that the North Reading Police Department and North Reading Public Schools are addressing the nationwide scare tactic involving people dressed as clowns threatening to harm others.
Burlington Varsity Football Coach Placed on Leave During Investigation into Alleged Inappropriate Verbal Conduct Toward Players
Burlington Public Schools have placed head varsity football coach Shawn Maguire on paid administrative leave pending an administrative investigation into allegations of inappropriate behavior.
MELROSE – Superintendent Cyndy Taymore and Police Chief Michael L. Lyle report that the Hoover and Winthrop Elementary Schools were briefly placed on lockdown this morning.
MELROSE — Superintendent Cyndy Taymore is pleased to announce that several projects, updates and renovations have been completed in buildings throughout the district in time for the start of the new school year tomorrow.
BURLINGTON — Police Chief Michael Kent and Superintendent Dr. Eric Conti announce that Burlington Public Schools will implement a Standard Response Protocol (SRP) to establish a uniform system for addressing critical incidents and emergencies.
EXETER — Police Chief William Shupe, Fire Chief Brian Comeau and SAU 16 School Superintendent Mike Morgan are pleased to announce that the Exeter Police and Fire Departments completed an active shooter simulation that gave police officers, firefighters, dispatchers and EMTs the opportunity to practice responding to an emergency response situation.
RANDOLPH — Chief William Pace is pleased to announce that the Randolph Police Department attended the Back to School Jamboree last Saturday hosted by Randolph Public Schools.
MELROSE — Melrose Veterans Memorial Middle School Principal Brent Conway is pleased to announce that come this fall, students will launch “Project IMPACT” to address school climate and promote a safe and inclusive environment for all.
Statement of Arlington Public Schools Superintendent Kathleen Bodie Regarding Allegedly Racist Text Messages at Middle School
ARLINGTON — Dr. Kathleen Bodie, Superintendent of Arlington Public Schools, releases the following statement regarding allegedly racist text messages at Ottoson Middle School.
MELROSE — Superintendent of Schools Cyndy Taymore announces that Bryan Corrigan will permanently fill one of the vacant assistant principal positions at Melrose High School.