WAKEFIELD – The Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth (MPY) is proud to announce the winners and honorable mentions of this year’s Public Service Announcement (PSA) Project.
NEMLEC Police Foundation Golf Tournament Returns in 2021, is Seeking Sponsors’ Support for Critical Programs & Services
DRACUT — The Northeastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council (NEMLEC) Police Foundation, Inc. is actively seeking sponsors to support its annual golf tournament as it returns following a one-year hiatus due to the pandemic.
A Statement from Massachusetts Association of Vocational Administrators President Elect, Superintendent Maureen Lynch
MASSACHUSETTS — The following is a statement from Maureen Lynch, President-Elect of the Massachusetts Association of Vocational Administrators and Whittier Tech Superintendent regarding proposed amendments to vocational technical education regulations, specifically admissions practices, made by Commissioner of Education Jeffrey Riley.
MASSACHUSETTS — Executive Director Kevin Farr reports the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s (DESE) has updated its guidance for culinary and cosmetology programs as schools statewide continue to plan for a transition to fully in-person learning.
MPY Webinar Featuring Salem Public Schools Director of Student & Family Support Shares Best Practices for Outreach
WAKEFIELD – Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth (MPY) Executive Director Margie Daniels is pleased to share the nonprofit sponsored a webinar this week featuring best practices for student and family outreach and support.
BOSTON — Executive Director Allie Hunter and Co-Founder and Board Chair John Rosenthal are pleased to announce two more police departments in Maine have been chosen to participate in the Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative’s (P.A.A.R.I.) One2One: Engagement to Recovery program.
WAKEFIELD – Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth (MPY) is pleased to announce it has been one year since the nonprofit started holding remote webinars amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and over the past 12 months thousands of school professionals have accessed critical training and support as a result.
A Statement from NHSAA Executive Director Carl Ladd Regarding the Supreme Court of New Hampshire’s Ruling Today
CONCORD — The following is a statement from Executive Director Carl Ladd regarding the Supreme Court of New Hampshire’s ruling today to remand the case between the ConVal, Monadnock, Mascenic and Winchester School Districts and the state to Superior Court Judge David Ruoff for review:
A Statement from MAVA Executive Director Kevin Farr on CTE Admissions and the Future of Vocational Education in the Commonwealth
MASSACHUSETTS — The following is a statement from Executive Director Kevin Farr regarding the ongoing conversation on career and technical school admissions policies:
CONCORD — New Hampshire School Administrators Association (NHSAA) Executive Director Carl Ladd and the NHSAA wish to share information on House Bill 455, which seeks to allow any student who is a resident to attend any public school statewide.