SUDBURY — For the last year, Peter Noyes School music teacher Michael Gorgone has worked to keep spirits and morale up while students have participated in remote and hybrid learning.
SUDBURY — Four hours into her first shift, the newest member of the Peter Noyes Elementary School staff had already made an immeasurable impact and could be found taking a quick, well-deserved nap under Assistant Principal Kristin Moffat’s desk.
SUDBURY – The Goodnow Library is pleased to announce the redesigned 2021 Book Sale will begin with a contactless, drive-up donation event on Saturday, March 13.
SUDBURY – The Goodnow Library and Library Director Esmé Green invite the community to attend the library’s Facebook Live broadcasts for children ages 0-6, which are held four mornings each week.
SUDBURY — Goodnow Library Board of Trustees Chair Ingrid J. Mayyasi wishes to provide an update on behalf of the board. “Today we made the difficult decision to end the Goodnow Library’s working relationship with the independent Friends of the Goodnow Library organization. “While we are grateful for the support the organization has provided the […]
SUDBURY — Chief Scott Nix reports that the Sudbury Police Department has charged two parents and their teenager following a large party at a private residence, at which a number of minors were found to be consuming alcoholic beverages.
Sudbury Public Schools and Sudbury Extended Day Provide Update Following Employee’s Positive COVID-19 Test
SUDBURY– School Superintendent Brad Crozier and Sudbury Extended Day Director Suzie Kornblum report that the Sudbury Public Schools and Sudbury Extended Day (SED) are responding jointly after an SED employee tested positive for COVID-19.
*MEDIA ADVISORY* Sudbury Public Schools Announce Webinar Series on Impact of COVID-19 and the Upcoming School Year with Dr. Naami Turk
SUDBURY–Superintendent Brad Crozier and Sudbury Public Schools are pleased to announce a two-part presentation by Dr. Naami Turk discussing the impact of COVID-19 on mental health and the new school year.
SUDBURY–Superintendent Brad Crozier wishes to share the initial state guidelines from Gov. Charlie Baker and the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) for the 2020-21 academic year, which will be modified as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
SUDBURY — Curtis Middle School sixth grader Anna Tabasky has been talking about her 12th birthday almost daily since she turned 11, and when the celebration finally kicked off today, it didn’t disappoint.