SOUTHBRIDGE — Southbridge Superintendent/Receiver Dr. Jeffrey Villar presented to the state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education last week about positive strides that the district has taken during the last few years while in receivership.
Northeast Metro Tech Students Return to Tradition, Host Veterans for Thanksgiving-themed Meal at Breakheart Inn
WAKEFIELD — Superintendent David DiBarri is pleased to share that Northeast Metro Tech students hosted 20 local veterans for a Thanksgiving-themed meal last month between Veterans Day and Thanksgiving.
Greater Lowell Technical High School Announces Fall Students of the Month
TYNGSBOROUGH — Superintendent-Director Jill Davis and Assistant Superintendent/ Principal Michael Barton are pleased to announce the Greater Lowell Technical High School Fall students of the month. The following students have been selected as Students of the Month for Fall 2022. Each student displayed characteristics of Greater Lowell Tech’s core values, R.E.A.C.H., by showing Respect, Effort, […]
Johnson Elementary School Restarts Band Program
After 3 years of Covid precautions and disruptions, a full music program re-launches! NAHANT — After three years of indoor singing and trumpets, trombones, flutes and clarinets being restricted from being played, these opportunities are being relaunched at the Johnson School. This October the school hired a choral music teacher and alum of the school, Carol […]
Two Medway High School Seniors Recognized for Academic Growth and Student Leadership in Learning
MEDWAY — Superintendent Armand Pires and Principal John Murray are pleased to announce that two Medway High School students have been awarded The New England School Development Council (NESDEC) Award for Academic Growth and Student Leadership in Learning.
Northeast Metro Tech Senior Recognized for Lifesaving Efforts During Incident in Saugus
WAKEFIELD — When Northeast senior Sebastian Cadavid walked into the Wendy’s in Saugus for a Biggie Bag last summer, he didn’t expect he’d wind up with a citation for saving a life, but that’s exactly what happened.
Stoneham School Building Committee Accepts Guaranteed Maximum Price for New High School Project
STONEHAM – At its Dec.19 meeting, the Stoneham School Building Committee (SSBC) voted to accept the Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) for the new high school project as submitted by Consigli Construction and approved the return of five Bid Alternates to the project, in order to meet its promise to the community to deliver a state-of-the-art 21st-century school complex.
Greater Commonwealth Virtual School Council Brings Together Stakeholders Monthly to Help Shape School
GREENFIELD — Principal Andrew Costa is pleased to share that the Greater Commonwealth Virtual School Council meets monthly with students, parents, educators and community members to help bring all stakeholder’s concerns and ideas to the forefront of planning for the school’s future.
Assabet Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School Receives $250,000 Skills Capital Grant
MARLBOROUGH 一 Superintendent Ernest F. Houle is pleased to announce that Assabet Regional Vocational Technical High School has been awarded a significant grant from the Baker-Polito Administration as part of the administration’s ongoing Skills Capital Grant program.
Bourne High School Musicians Selected to Perform in Regional Music Festivals
Six Bourne Musicians Also Invited to Audition for All State Music Festival BOURNE — After nailing their auditions, several students from Bourne High School’s music program have been selected to perform in regional music festivals in the coming weeks and months, and some will have the honor of auditioning for the All State Music Festival. […]