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.
SUDBURY — Superintendent Brad Crozier is pleased to announce that the Sudbury Public Schools will host an education forum on homework next week.
SUDBURY — Director of Student Services Stephanie Juriansz is pleased to announce that Sudbury Public Schools (SPS) recently hosted a Kickoff to Kindergarten event for parents of incoming kindergarten students.
Chief Scott Nix reports that Sudbury Police arrested two people on Thursday, Dec. 19 as part of an ongoing investigation into a local scam.
Students and staff at both Noyes Elementary and Curtis Middle School will welcome those who have served in America’s armed forces for their Veterans Day celebrations next week.
Chief John M. Whalen reports that the Sudbury Fire Department rescued a man who fell through the ice on Willis Lake this afternoon.
The Sudbury Fire Department has earned a grant that will allow it to add four new firefighters to its roster
SUDBURY — Chief Scott Nix is pleased to report that the Sudbury Police Department has arrested a suspect in connection with an incident of indecent exposure that occurred late last week.