HAVERHILL — The following is a statement from Superintendent Maureen Lynch:
The North Shore and Merrimack Valley superintendents of schools have collaborated to make a timely and unified decision about school closure that they feel is in the best interests of their faculty, staff, students, and families. This decision was made after significant conversations among school leaders, local public health officials, and state officials. State officials have today urged that municipalities should make decisions based on their local circumstances, and given the rapidly changing COVID-19 crisis, which the World Health Organization has this week labeled a global pandemic.
HAVERHILL — Superintendent Maureen Lynch is pleased to share that Whittier Tech students have completed a large metal statue of the school’s mascot, a wildcat, that will be featured in the school’s float at the Haverhill VFW Santa Parade on Sunday.
HAVERHILL — Superintendent Maureen Lynch reports that Haverhill Police have identified the individual behind two recent Snapchat threats against Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School.
HAVERHILL — Superintendent Maureen Lynch reports that Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School administrators are working with the Haverhill Police Department after a student received a threatening message via Snapchat in which an anonymous person threatening to commit a violent act at the school on Saturday.
GROVELAND — Groveland Police Chief Jeff Gillen reports that the Groveland Police Department has charged a Haverhill man after a hit and run at Nicole’s Mini Food Store and Keno on Wednesday.
HAVERHILL — Superintendent Maureen Lynch is pleased to announce that 25 Whittier Tech students earned medals at the state SkillsUSA competition, with 15 taking home gold and qualifying for the national contest in June.
NORTH READING — Chief Michael P. Murphy reports that the suspect from an armed robbery last week is in custody.
HAVERHILL — During the day, Whittier Tech seniors Jada Wood and Brittany Chaput are engaged in classroom and shop activities, but at night, they are monsters who will gleefully terrify you in the dark.
HAVERHILL — Superintendent Maureen Lynch is pleased to announce that two Whittier Tech teams earned bronze medals at the SkillsUSA national competition last week.