HULL — Interim Superintendent Judith Kuehn announces that, in accordance with an order from Governor Charlie Baker, Hull Public Schools will remain closed through the end of April as a precaution against the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
HULL — Chief John Dunn and Interim Superintendent Judith Kuehn report that a man was arrested and charged after he was found to be trespassing inside Hull High School and had a knife in his pocket.
HULL — Principal Anthony Hrivnak is pleased to share that Memorial Middle School hosted its first Mix It Up at Lunch Day on Friday, Feb. 14 to help promote inclusivity and break down social barriers among students.
HULL — The Hull School Committee reports that Acting Superintendent Judith Kuehn has been named Interim Superintendent.
HULL — The Hull School Committee reports that Superintendent Michael Devine has been placed on administrative leave until further notice.
HULL — The Hull School Committee announces that Superintendent Michael Devine has taken a leave of absence and has been relieved of his duties pending the outcome of a School Committee meeting in executive session scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 5.
Superintendent Michael F. Devine and Police Chief John Dunn report that Hull Middle School was briefly placed on lockdown this morning after a shell casing was found in the building.
HULL — Superintendent Michael Devine and Principal Christine Cappadona are pleased to share that Jacobs Elementary School hosted its annual Pajama Story Hour for incoming students earlier this week.
*JOINT RELEASE* Police Investigating After Hull Student Allegedly Shares Threatening Message on Snapchat
Superintendent Michael F. Devine and Deputy Chief Neil J. Reilly report that police and school officials are investigating after a Memorial Middle School student allegedly shared concerning and threatening photos on Snapchat earlier today. The two incidents are believed to have stemmed from an argument among multiple students at the school.