WAKEFIELD — Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth (MPY) Executive Director Margie Daniels is pleased to share that the nonprofit will soon host its first in-person conference in 18 months.
Superintendent Winfried Feneberg, and Principal Charles Langille Jr., are pleased to announce Kearsarge Regional High School has earned an Award of Excellence from the New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association.
*VIDEO*New Hampshire School Boards Association Shares Video Reflecting on School Board Responses to COVID-19
CONCORD — Executive Director Barrett M. Christina is pleased to share a video crafted by the New Hampshire School Boards Association to recognize the efforts of School Boards, districts and communities statewide to support education amid COVID-19.
WESTPORT — Superintendent of Schools Gary Reese and Police Chief Keith A. Pelletier report that the Westport Police Department has opened an investigation after a person made an obscene gesture during a school-hosted Zoom meeting with children and families present Wednesday night. School officials were hosting a Westport School Committee meeting via the Zoom video […]
ITTLETON — Superintendent Kelly Clenchy is pleased to announce that the Littleton Public Schools will be taking part in the Great Kindness Challenge later this month.
HULL — As Hull High School kicks off the new school year, Principal Nicole Nosek would like to recognize students’ work on previous international trips and announce upcoming opportunities for those interested in studying abroad.
Students and teachers at Littleton Middle School had a rare opportunity this week to step into faraway places without having to leave the building.
Statement of Mascoma Valley Regional School District Superintendent Amanda Isabelle Regarding Dining Services
ENFIELD, N.H. — A recent occurrence with the Mascoma Valley Regional School District’s dining services vendor has reminded school administrators of their mission: to prepare students to become lifelong learners and responsible citizens in an ever-changing world. This situation reminds us all that we are lifelong learners.
ROCKLAND — Principal Michelle Scheufele is pleased to share that students at Jefferson Elementary School successfully completed their March Madness Reading Challenge.
Maynard Public Schools has reached a settlement with the Massachusetts Department of Labor Standards that will allow the school district to forego its $42,500 fine and instead use that money to help offset the ongoing costs of asbestos remediation at the Green Meadow Elementary School.