LOWELL — To coincide with the start of the new school year, Superintendent Raymond Kelly Richardson and the Lowell Police Department would like to offer students, parents and motorists several important safety tips.
GROVELAND — Chief Jeffrey Gillen and the Groveland Police Department wish to share an update on the School Bus Safety Campaign.
Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth Recognizes Minuteman Superintendent with Schettini Award for Commitment to Safety
WAKEFIELD — Executive Director Margie Daniels is pleased to announce that Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth (MPY) recognized Minuteman Regional Vocational Technical School District Superintendent Edward A. Bouquillon with the 11th annual Dr. Patrick A. Schettini Jr. Memorial Award today during a virtual ceremony.
Local Student Donates Emergency Supplies to Mansfield Public Schools as Part of Community Service Eagle Scout Project
Superintendent Teresa Murphy is pleased to share that Mansfield Public Schools recently received a donation of 400 Lockdown Buckets from a local student as part of his Eagle Scout project.
WAKEFIELD — Executive Director Margie Daniels is pleased to share that Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth (MPY) held a School Safety Summit last week.
LAWRENCE — Students, staff and faculty will soon benefit from new security equipment at Greater Lawrence Tech, thanks to a grant from the Baker-Polito administration.
WINTHROP — As the school year begins, Police Chief Terence Delehanty and Fire Chief Paul E. Flanagan wish to share the scope of safety measures the Winthrop Police and Fire Departments have implemented in partnership with Winthrop Public Schools.
CHELMSFORD – Chief James Spinney is pleased to announce that Officer Dan Goguen will serve as the town’s newest School Resource Officer (SRO).
Superintendent Armand Pires is pleased to announce that Medway Public Schools was awarded a $60,000 Safer Schools and Communities Local Equipment and Technology Grant to make building security improvements at McGovern Elementary School.
BURLINGTON — Chief Michael Kent is pleased to report that two Burlington Police officers recently attended a National School Safety Symposium.