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Saturday’s SAT tests postponed by snowstorm

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  • Stormy forecast delays SAT testing at HHS

    A snowstorm making its way to the Merrimack Valley on Saturday morning has caused school officials to postpone the SAT tests scheduled for the morning at Haverhill High School. The district has notified the Educational Testing Service the nonprofit organization that develops and administers the SAT on behalf of The College Board, said HHS teacher […]

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  • District wins $500,000 tech grant for elementary school upgrades

    The Haverhill Public School Department will receive $500,000 from the state  to improve technology infrastructure and to buy six iPad carts, one for each elementary school. State Rep. Brian Dempsey of Haverhill, chairman of the House and Ways Committee, said the grant will “help modernize our entire school system and ensure that our students have […]

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  • Grades 5-8 Going Google

    Haverhill Public Schools is excited to launch another phase of our 21st Century technology integration for Grade 5-8 as, starting as soon as today, students in these grades across the District have official, District-provided Google Apps for Education (GAFE) accounts.  Students in the high school have benefited from this same integration since the beginning of […]

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  • Former SPED director mourns ‘hero’ son

    Staff at the Haverhill Public Schools received the following message today from Superintendent James F. Scully. Just one day before a drug abuse prevention event at Consentino Middle School (click HERE for more information), former HPS Special Education Director Maury Covino contacted Mr. Scully to let him know that his son, Nick Covino, succumbed to […]

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  • HOPE conference at Consentino takes aim at drug abuse

    The Haverhill Public School Department is partnering with several community organizations to provide hope to those whose lives are — or are in danger of being — affected by heroin and other drugs. Coordinated by the Haverhill Overdose Prevention and Education (HOPE) Task Force, a community information night will be held on Wednesday, January 14, […]

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  • Thirty-five students attend Baker inauguration

    By Ryan McGlashan President, HHS Class of 2015 As someone who loves politics, being able to witness Governor Charlie Baker’s inauguration on January 8 was a great experience. Along with 34 other students from the Haverhill Public School system, I witnessed the longstanding political traditions of Massachusetts. This opportunity was a great way for the […]

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