HULL — Superintendent Michael Devine and Chief John Dunn are pleased to announce that Hull Public Schools and the Police Department received a $20,000 grant to implement an opioid abuse prevention program at the elementary and middle schools.
HULL — Athletic Director Scott Paine is pleased to announce the success of this year’s fall sports teams.
HULL — To commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Turkey Trot at Lillian M. Jacobs Elementary School, students, faculty and staff came together to participate in and reflect upon a number of annual traditions.
Hull AP Bio Students Participate in Massachusetts Biotechnology Education Foundation’s Career Exploration Day
HULL — Hull High School students in Advanced Placement biology took a special trip to Cambridge this month to visit a local business as part of Massachusetts Biotechnology Education Foundation’s Career Exploration Day.
HULL — Superintendent Michael Devine is pleased to announce that, through a generous donation from the James and Mary McNamara Foundation, Hull Public Schools were able to purchase a multi-functional activity bus.
Hull Schools Participate in the Community Partnership for Resilience to Teach Students about Climate Change
HULL — Superintendent Michael Devine is pleased to announce that Hull middle and elementary schools are participating in the Community Partnership for Resilience (CPR) project so that students can gain a better understanding of the effects of climate change.
HULL — The Lillian M. Jacobs Elementary School has some exciting new technology in the form of an Ozobot.
HULL — Students at Lillian M. Jacobs Elementary School received a special visit from the Hull Fire Department last week to refresh their fire prevention skills.
HULL — Principal Nicole Nosek is pleased to announce that students at Hull High School celebrated the beginning of another school year with their annual Kick-Off Day festivities late last month.
HULL — In an effort to share all the great programs, events and accomplishments happening at Hull Public Schools with prospective homeowners, Superintendent Michael Devine held an open house for local realtors last week.