WAKEFIELD — Chairman of the School Committee Deborah Davis and Principal Carla Scuzzarella are pleased to announce the graduation of 292 students from Northeast Metro Tech.
Inspirational, motivational — words not associated with a bathroom in a school. Volunteers at Melrose’s Winthrop Elementary School set out to change that.
Rockland Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Alan Cron 34 MacKinlay Way, Rockland, MA 02370 For Immediate Release Tuesday, June 5, 2018 Media Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: [email protected] Rockland Elementary Students, Families Learn About ALICE Active Shooter Response Program Parents Attend Info Night, Students Participate in Drills ROCKLAND — Principal Michelle Scheufele reports that approximately 50 […]
HULL — Principal Paula Girouard McCann is pleased to announce that 44 Hull High School students earned more than $78,000 in scholarships during their senior awards last week.
ROCKLAND — The R. Stewart Esten Elementary School kindergarten class recently completed an educational unit on the environment with a specific emphasis on learning about birds, and they had the opportunity to put their new knowledge to the test in a real-world scenario.
Principal Marilyn H. Smith kissed a cow in front of over 140 students from R. Stewart Esten Elementary School in Rockland this week.
EXETER — Richard Kane, Coordinator of School Safety and Security at SAU 16, announces that the district has implemented a new anonymous reporting system to give students, faculty and community members the opportunity to report unsafe behavior.
Principal Elizabeth Bohn is pleased to announced that two John W. Rogers Middle School students were honored with academic and leadership awards at a ceremony earlier this month.
Approximately 100 soon-to-be graduates of Rockland High School took time out of their days to visit their former teachers and the younger students at the R. Stewart Esten, Jefferson, and Memorial Park Elementary Schools. The students walked through their old schools wearing their full graduation caps and gowns.
Great Barrington Police Determine That There is No Threat to High School Following Investigation Into Social Media Post
GREAT BARRINGTON — Chief William Walsh reports that the Great Barrington Police Department has concluded that there is no cause for concern following an investigation into a potentially suspicious Facebook post.