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.
SAU 16 Superintendent David Ryan, Exeter Historical Society and Racial Unity Team Invite Public to Local Black History Program
EXETER — SAU 16 Superintendent David Ryan, the Exeter Historical Society and Racial Unity Team invite the community to attend an educational program this February about black history in Exeter.
ARLINGTON — Director of Health and Human Services Christine Bongiorno is pleased to announce that the Town of Arlington has hired Jillian Harvey to serve as its first Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Coordinator.
Superintendent Michael Devine is pleased to announce that Hull High School students will soon be taking part in a project meant to increase inclusion and promote diversity at the school.
DANVERS — Superintendent Heidi Riccio is pleased to announce that Essex Tech has been awarded a $750 grant from the Foundation Trust to support efforts to increase diversity awareness.
Principal Marilyn Smith is pleased to announce that the R. Stewart Esten Elementary School will be holding its first-ever Diversity Fair on Monday, Oct. 21, as part of the school’s programming for Global Diversity and Awareness Month.
Oyster River Cooperative School District to Conduct Training on Diversity and Inclusion with Andrew C. Smith
DURHAM — Oyster River Cooperative School District Superintendent James Morse reports that the district is working with Andrew C. Smith, the state’s Disproportionate Minority Contact Coordinator, to conduct employee training on diversity and inclusion for the upcoming school year.
Town of Reading is responding aggressively after two incidents of swastika graffiti were reported at the Reading Memorial High School in the month of May.