MEDWAY — In the midst of adapting to meet the needs of students during a modified school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Superintendent Armand Pires, McGovern Principal Amy McDonald and Burke-Memorial Principal John Kelley are pleased to announce that Medway Public Schools has continued to expand upon their responsive classroom model at the McGovern and Burke-Memorial Elementary schools.
King Philip Regional School District Continues Social Emotional Wellness Series with Healthcare Financing Event
WRENTHAM — The King Philip Regional School District, the Norfolk Public Schools, the Plainville Public Schools and the Wrentham Public Schools will continue their wellness education series for parents and guardians this week.
Superintendent Jeffrey Marsden is pleased to announce that the Medfield Public Schools recently held a panel discussion with prominent local athletes and industry experts on the topic of youth sports participation.
Superintendent Lisha Cabral announces that the Easton Public Schools will host Massachusetts Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education Jeffrey C. Riley as part of an upcoming professional development day.
MILFORD— Superintendent Jessica Huizenga is pleased to announce that the district has created several positions and made new hires in an effort to facilitate its enhanced efforts support student’s social emotional well-being and growth.
MEDWAY –Superintendent Armand Pires is pleased to share that educators at Medway Middle and High Schools are developing plans to better support social-emotional learning in all subject areas starting this fall.
Hull Public Schools to Host Forum for Parents/Guardians on Integrating Social-Emotional Skills at Home
HULL — Superintendent Michael Devine and Assistant Superintendent Judy Kuehn would like to invite parents and guardians to attend a community forum on integrating social-emotional skills at home.
Kearsarge teachers and administrators are working to adopt a new curriculum that emphasizes students’ social emotional learning and overall well-being.
HULL — Superintendent Michael Devine is pleased to announce that members of Hull Public Schools participated in a successful build-your-own professional development day focused on social-emotional learning.