ROCHESTER — Superintendent Kyle Repucci is pleased to share that R.W. Creteau Regional Technology Center students will spend the 2022-2023 school year assisting an 88-year-old veteran with maintaining the City of Rochester’s World War II Honor Roll and the 1,663 names it recognizes.
HULL — Superintendent Judith Kuehn and Hull High School Principal Nicole Nosek are pleased to report that the Hull High School chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) has found multiple ways to serve the community during the ongoing pandemic.
NEW LONDON, New Hampshire — Superintendent Winfried Feneberg is pleased to share that Sen. Maggie Hassan spoke with a group of Kearsarge students via Zoom about their community service efforts amid COVID-19 and throughout the school year this morning.
MEDFIELD — Superintendent Jeffrey Marsden and Principal Nathaniel Vaughn are pleased to share that Medfield’s Blake Middle School participated in service activities in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day last month.
ROCKLAND — Superintendent Alan Cron and Principal Elizabeth Bohn are pleased to announce that a John W. Rogers Middle School student has been named as a participant for this year’s Project 351 service initiative.
Superintendent Jennifer Curtis-Whipple is pleased to share that the Weymouth Market hosted by Weymouth Public Schools has seen continued success over the past two years and is now serving over 400 local families.
Superintendent Michael Devine is pleased to report that Hull High School students launched the 2019-2020 school year with the annual Advisory Kick-Off Day late last month.
Town Administrator Mallory Aronstein is pleased to share that a local Cub Scout group volunteered to pick up litter around the town.
WRENTHAM — Superintendent Paul Zinni is pleased to announce that King Philip Regional High School senior Simone Barger has been named the 2019 Outstanding Youth by the North Attleboro-Plainville Rotary Club.
King Philip Regional High School freshman Samantha Asprelli did a project over the summer where she and her friends made cards and donated items to local first responders and military members overseas.