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  • HPS, iSchool win national recognition

    Haverhill Public Schools has been named a District of Distinction by District Administration magazine. Haverhill is among 62 districts that were honored in the March 2015 round of Districts of Distinction, the magazine’s national recognition program for K12 school districts. “We are pleased to honor Haverhill as a District of Distinction,” said JD Solomon, editorial […]

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  • Hunking School project moving forward

    It has been the most-asked question lately regarding the building project at the Hunking School: “When is it going to start?” Now that the Hunking School Building Committee has approved the 90 percent complete construction documents for the project, the answer is, “any time now.” The first signs of activity on the site will include […]

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  • Attorney General joins students for ‘It Can Wait’ campaign

      Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey visited Haverhill High School this morning to help drive home the message not to text and drive. Healey was among be speakers at a 9 a.m. presentation to students based on the “It Can Wait” campaign. “It Can Wait” is an informational campaign sponsored by AT&T and the USAA […]

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  • Kindergarten Registration Information Night

    Haverhill Public Schools Class of 2028 Parents are invited to a Kindergarten Information Night and Pre-registration Workshop When: Wednesday, March 11, 2015 Where: Haverhill High School – Library 137 Monument Street, Haverhill, MA When driving in, follow the main road to the back of the campus to parking lot E. Doors Open: 5:30 p.m. Session Begins: […]

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  • Hillie hockey’s post-season run ends

    The Hillie boys hockey team made it to the MIAA Division 2 North final, but came away on the losing end of a 4-1 score. The Concord Carlisle Patriots, the tournament’s No. 9 seed, ended the Hillies’ postseason quest. Still, for the No. 11 seed Hillies, the post-season was a success. The team made it […]

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  • College teams bring spring to stadium

    Spring came to Trinity Stadium this weekend. Well, the sounds of spring, anyway, like the ping of baseballs connecting with bats and the thud when they hit leather mitts. Men’s baseball teams from three northeastern colleges traveled to Haverhill to use the stadium’s diamond this weekend. The schools — Felician College of New Jersey, St. […]

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