WHITMAN — It is with deep regret that Superintendent Jeffrey Szymaniak reports that Jaxon Smith, a sixth grade student at Hanson Middle School, passed away Wednesday evening from the injuries suffered in a motor vehicle crash in Florida earlier this week.
Statement of Superintendent Jeffrey Szymaniak in Regard to Fatal Florida Motor Vehicle Crash Involving Whitman-Hanson Family
WHITMAN — It is with deep regret that Superintendent Jeffrey Szymaniak reports that a Whitman-Hanson family was involved in a fatal vehicle crash in Florida on Tuesday, Feb. 18.
Whitman-Hanson’s Conley School to Purchase Chromebooks After Receiving Donation from North Easton Savings Bank
WHITMAN — Superintendent Jeffrey Szymaniak is pleased to announce that the Louise A. Conley School has been awarded a substantial donation from North Easton Savings Bank to purchase Chromebooks for students in the school.
Hanson Police Charge Two Students After Tik Tok Electrical Outlet Trend is Replicated at Whitman-Hanson Regional High School
HANSON — Superintendent Jeffrey Szymaniak and Hanson Police Chief Michael Miksch report that two Whitman-Hanson Regional High School students will be facing criminal charges after they replicated a viral video trend that resulted in several electrical outlets being scorched inside the school last week.
WHITMAN — Superintendent Jeffrey Szymaniak is pleased to share that the Whitman-Hanson Regional High School Quiz Bowl Team will compete on the WGBH High School Quiz Show on Saturday, Jan. 25.
WHITMAN — Chief Timothy Hanlon and Superintendent Jeffrey Szymaniak report that the Whitman Police Department has determined that a suspicious man in a vehicle at a school bus stop this morning was a driver for the ride share company Lyft who was waiting to receive a fare.
WHITMAN — Chief Timothy Hanlon and Superintendent Jeffrey Szymaniak report that the Whitman Police Department is investigating after receiving a report of a suspicious male attempting to talk to children at a Whitman bus stop this morning.
After consulting yesterday with the Whitman Board of Health, the Hanson Board of Heath, Whitman Fire Chief Timothy Grenno and Hanson Deputy Fire Chief Rob O’Brien, it has been recommended that there be no change to current outdoor evening activities in either town, including school activities and sports for the Whitman-Hanson Regional School District, Superintendent Jeffrey Szymaniak announces.
As students prepare to return to school, Whitman Police Chief Scott Benton and Hanson Police Chief Michael Miksch would like to remind residents to follow several important safety tips.
Whitman Police Chief Scott Benton, Hanson Police Chief Michael Miksch and Whitman-Hanson Regional School District Superintendent Jeffrey Szymaniak would like to provide internet and smart phone safety tips for parents in the wake of some troubling trends and “challenges” that have been going viral on the internet in recent weeks.