CANTON — Superintendent Jill Rossetti and Principal Geoffrey Zini are pleased to announce that Blue Hills Regional Technical School has been awarded a grant in support of educator workforce diversification.
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.
TAUNTON — Superintendent-Director Dr. Alexandre Magalhaes and Athletic Director Thomas Rodrigues are pleased to report that Bristol-Plymouth Regional Technical School will compete in the upcoming Fall II athletics season.
HATHORNE— Superintendent-Director Heidi Riccio Ed.D. is pleased to share that Essex Tech has been awarded a $10,000 grant to support efforts to integrate social emotional learning into the curriculum.
*Video* Northeast Metro Tech Shares Video Highlighting Safety Precautions Prior to Transition to Hybrid Learning
WAKEFIELD– Superintendent David DiBarri announces that Northeast Metro Tech has created a video highlighting the various COVID-19 safety precautions the district has taken to prepare for hybrid learning.
SEEKONK —Superintendent Rich Drolet would like to share with the community Seekonk Public Schools’ remote learning plan in the event of inclement weather conditions this year.
NORFOLK — Superintendent Paul Zinni is pleased to announce that the King Philip Regional School District will follow a continuum of learning model, beginning with remote learning and transitioning into a hybrid model, for the upcoming school year.
NORFOLK — Superintendent Dr. Ingrid Allardi wishes to share that out of an abundance of caution Norfolk Public Schools will begin a hybrid learning model for the 2020-21 academic year as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
MASSACHUSETTS — Executive Director Kevin Farr is pleased to share the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s (DESE) guidance for career and vocational technical schools as they prepare their reopening plans for the fall.
MEDFIELD — Superintendent Jeffrey Marsden and School Committee Chair Anna Mae O’Shea Brooke wish to inform community members of several updates regarding the school reopening plans for the 2020-21 academic year, which will be modified as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.