PORTSMOUTH — Students’ schedules at Portsmouth High School look a little different this year, as they now have a dedicated amount of time carved out in their day to extend learning and increase enrichment opportunities.
HAVERHILL — Three health occupation students at Whittier Tech are using music therapy as a way to help Alzheimer’s patients communicate with family and friends.
HULL — From the likes of D.H. Lawrence to the work of John McCrae, some of poetry’s all-time greats were represented this year at Hull High School’s annual Poetry Out Loud competition.
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.
ANDOVER — Superintendent John Lavoie is pleased to announce that nearly 100 GLTS students are busy constructing a house as part of the school’s building program.
PORTSMOUTH — Principal Nancy Roy announces that students at the Robert J. Lister Academy learned a valuable lesson in cooking after they completed a unit of study on food dehydration.
MELROSE– As Melrose Veterans Memorial Middle School students learn about World War II in class, eighth graders had a chance to hear Holocaust survivor Bella Tovey speak about her experience in Nazi-controlled Europe.
GROVELAND — After a 12-year hiatus, the Groveland Police Department has reinstated its Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) program, and Detective Josh Sindoni completed his first class at the Dr. Elmer S. Bagnall Elementary School this week.
HULL — Principal Christine Cappadona is pleased to announce that the students of Lillian M. Jacobs Elementary School recently participated in the school’s “Power of Curiosity” assembly, which was inspired by the donation of a very large pumpkin.
DURHAM — Principal Jay Richard is pleased to announce that Oyster River Middle School has started a new cooking and nutrition program for its fifth graders.