Executive Director Margie Daniels reports that the Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth (MPY) is sponsoring a conference for educators examining the intersection of mental health and substance abuse.
Maynard Fire Chief Anthony Stowers Earns Doctorate Degree with Research Into Preventing Firefighter Injuries
Maynard Fire Chief Anthony Stowers had been researching ways to reduce firefighter line of duty injuries and deaths for over five years when his wife and daughter helped convince him to ask his doctor about nagging chest pains.
Southeastern Massachusetts Educational Collaborative Staff to Hear From Experts Next Month During Professional Development Opportunities
DARTMOUTH — Executive Director Catherine Cooper is pleased to announce that staff at the Southeastern Massachusetts Educational Collaborative and faculty from SMEC’s member districts will have the opportunity to engage in multiple impactful professional development opportunities in the coming weeks.
*Media Advisory* MPY Hosting First Conference in 18 Months, with Focus on Childrens’ Mental Health, Return to School
WAKEFIELD — Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth (MPY) Executive Director Margie Daniels is pleased to share that the nonprofit will soon host its first in-person conference in 18 months.
Grantham Village School Earns Blue Ribbon Recognition of Excellence from U.S. Department of Education
GRANTHAM — Superintendent Sydney Leggett is pleased to announce that the Grantham Village School was named a Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education.
ROCHESTER — Superintendent Kyle Repucci is pleased to announce that Rochester Public Schools partnered with the New Hampshire Learning Initiative and the Ongoing Assessment Project to provide teachers with training to help close learning gaps among the district’s youngest students.
PETERBOROUGH — Four more school districts — Hopkinton, Lebanon, Manchester, and Nashua — will join the ConVal School District’s lawsuit seeking equitable education funding from the state.
New Hampshire School Administrators Association Shares Concerns Regarding Proposed Education Voucher Bill
CONCORD — New Hampshire School Administrators Association (NHSAA) Executive Director Carl Ladd and the NHSAA wish to share information on proposed legislation with the potential to create profound, potentially inequitable and tremendously costly changes to education statewide.
The Police Chiefs of Plymouth County would like to report that despite the ongoing closures and restrictions resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, several resources are available to those in need.
RAYMOND — Superintendent Tina McCoy is pleased to announce that Raymond School District was given an Outstanding Leadership in Education Award this morning by New Hampshire Jobs for America’s Graduates (NH-JAG).