BROOKLINE — Chief John Sullivan announces that the Brookline Fire Department has temporarily closed one of its stations out of an abundance of caution after a member of the department began to exhibit symptoms consistent with COVID-19.
The Town of Brookline’s COVID-19 website, BrooklineCOVID19.com, is updated regularly with a variety of information about the emergency’s impact on services and the community.
HAVERHILL — Superintendent Maureen Lynch announces that Whittier Tech donated medical supplies to the Greater Lawrence Family Health Center today in light of the evolving novel coronavirus (COVID-19) situation.
EASTON — Superintendent Lisha Cabral and Easton School Committee Chair Nancy De Luca are pleased to share that Easton’s new elementary school will be named after Blanche A. Ames, a local artist, inventor and advocate for the women’s suffrage movement.
HULL — Interim Superintendent Judith Kuehn and Director of Athletics and Community Outreach Scott Paine are pleased to announce that a select group of Hull High School students have been taking part in a project meant to increase awareness around the importance of inclusion and changing culture to be more welcoming and supportive to students with disabilities.
CANTON — Superintendent Jill Rossetti announces that Blue Hills Regional Technical School donated a variety of health and medical supplies to area public safety and health agencies today.
BROOKLINE — The Brookline Select Board, Town Administrator Mel Kleckner and Director of Health and Human Services Dr. Swannie Jett wish to provide the community with regular updates about the town’s response to the ongoing COVID-19 emergency.
RAYMOND, N.H. — Superintendent Tina McCoy and Principal Bob Bickford announce that the Principal’s Coffee Hours will be held remotely each week while students participate in online learning.
WAKEFIELD– Superintendent David DiBarri announces that Northeast Metro Tech donated a variety of medical supplies to MelroseWakefield Healthcare today.
DANVERS — Superintendent Heidi Riccio reports that the administrative team, bus service employees and cafeteria staff at Essex North Shore Agricultural and Technical School partnered this week to deliver food to students while the school is closed as a precaution against COVID-19.