TEWKSBURY – Chief Ryan Columbus is pleased to report that the Tewksbury Police Department has sent six officers to participate in an officer wellness pilot program at Strongwater Farm thanks to grant funding from the Hidden Battles Foundation.
EASTON — Superintendent Lisha Cabral is pleased to share that the Easton Public Schools, in partnership with the Old Colony YMCA, hosted a Health and Wellness Fair for staff.
Maynard Fire Chief Anthony Stowers Earns Doctorate Degree with Research Into Preventing Firefighter Injuries
Maynard Fire Chief Anthony Stowers had been researching ways to reduce firefighter line of duty injuries and deaths for over five years when his wife and daughter helped convince him to ask his doctor about nagging chest pains.
Medway Public Schools Director of Wellness Dr. Ryan Sherman Recognized as MIAA’s Wellness Coordinator of the Year
MEDWAY — Superintendent Armand Pires is pleased to announce that Director of Wellness Dr. Ryan Sherman has been named the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association’s (MIAA) Wellness Coordinator of the Year.
MEDWAY — Superintendent Armand Pires and Director of Wellness Ryan Sherman are pleased to share that Medway Public Schools was recently awarded a grant by the Greater Milford Community Health Network (CHNA 6) to provide mental health wrap-around services to Medway students.
Superintendent Armand Pires is pleased to announce that Medway Public Schools is partnering with the Hockomock Area YMCA to promote the Healthy Weight and Your Child (HWYC) program.
RANDOLPH — Chief William Pace is pleased to share that the Randolph Police Department recently raised $1,000 for the Sgt. Chesna Family Fund during the 2nd Annual Fitness Cup Challenge.
King Philip, Norfolk, Wrentham, and Plainville School Districts Receive Grant for Mental Health Services
NORFOLK — King Philip Superintendent Paul Zinni, Norfolk Superintendent Ingrid Allardi, Plainville Superintendent David Raiche and Wrentham Superintendent Allan Cameron are pleased to announce that the four school districts have been awarded a $311,150 grant from Governor Baker’s office to support student behavioral and mental health services.
LAWRENCE — GLTS students are embracing health and fitness through the school’s Reggies on the Move program.
DURHAM — To encourage healthy lifestyles among staff, Oyster River Cooperative School District launched the “Take 5 for Balance” challenge this month.