Superintendent Dr. Alan Cron is pleased to announce that three Rockland High School alumni were inducted into the Rockland High School Academic Hall of Fame last week.
Superintendent Dr. Alan Cron is pleased to announce that students at Rockland elementary schools are learning about science using a newly acquired program called the Full Option Science System (FOSS), which allows students to engage in immersive and hands-on activities.
Principal Marilyn H. Smith kissed a cow in front of over 140 students from R. Stewart Esten Elementary School in Rockland this week.
Principal Elizabeth Bohn is pleased to announced that two John W. Rogers Middle School students were honored with academic and leadership awards at a ceremony earlier this month.
Superintendent Dr. Alan Cron is pleased to announce that Rockland Public Schools students recently got a first-hand look — literally — at Google’s new augmented reality (AR) technology.
ROCKLAND – Superintendent of Schools Alan Cron and Police Chief John R. Llewellyn report that two freshmen at Rockland High School have been arrested for allegedly threatening to commit acts of violence at the school on Friday afternoon.
ROCKLAND — Principal Michelle Scheufele is pleased to announce that students, parents and guardians participated in Jefferson Elementary School’s first Family Science Night last week.
The Rockland Public School district’s Jefferson Elementary School building project was accepted into the feasibility study phase of the process by the state.
Rockland Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Alan Cron 34 MacKinlay Way, Rockland, MA 02370 For Immediate Release Friday, Nov. 17, 2017 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: [email protected] NBC Boston Meteorologist Teaches Rockland Fifth Graders About Weather ROCKLAND — Principal Elizabeth Bohn is pleased to announce that Emmy award-winning NBC Boston meteorologist Chris Gloninger visited the Rogers Middle […]
ROCKLAND — If you had visited John W. Rogers Middle School recently, you would have heard students and staff excitedly talking about the 1960s. You would have heard the names of known civil rights leaders like Robert Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks and Ruby Bridges, along with musical icons Elvis Presley and The Beatles.