• School Safety Information Nights

     

    The safety and security of our students is of the utmost importance. To that end, we continuously review our policies and practices to ensure that recent research and data support the policies we employ. The US Department of Education, International Association of Chiefs of Police, FEMA and the FBI all recommend having active plans that include decision making and options rather than traditional school lockdown in the unlikely event of a school intruder.

    As you may know, Haverhill Public Schools has adopted ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate), a nationally recognized program. ALICE is a proactive set of responses to an active school intruder event which empowers individuals in crisis situations to be prepared to consider all options.

    The school district will be providing two School Safety Information Nights that will give parents and community members an opportunity to learn about ALICE.  These forums will include timelines on the implementation of educating our students prior to conducting our first student drill in November 2019.

    Parent Informational Nights will be held on the following dates:

    10/21/19        Hunking School:              5:00pm-6:30pm

    10/22/19        Consentino School:         7:00pm-8:30pm

    If you have questions or would like more information, please consider joining us at one of our  Informational Nights. Spanish interpreter services will be available on both Informational Nights. More information about ALICE is also available at: https://www.alicetraining.com/

    Sincerely,

    Margaret Marotta, Ed. D

    Superintendent of Schools

  • HHS Fall Supper Club and Haunted Hallway – 10/17 at 6pm

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  • Superintendent’s Corner | Fall 2019

    A Message from the Superintendent:

    In this edition of the District’s quarterly newsletter, you’ll find features on Commissioner Riley’s visit to HHS, details and information for the Parent Portal, Athletics News, Upcoming Events and more! Download the full newsletter below.

    HPS District Fall Newsletter | 2019-2020

    HPS District Fall Newsletter | 2019-2020 -Spanish

     

  • Commissioner Riley Visits HHS

    A Message from the Superintendent:

    Every day we all come to work to provide our scholars the best experiences we can to engage you and provide you access to the skills and opportunities necessary to reach your dreams. Today I want to thank Commissioner Jeffrey Riley for coming to Haverhill High School to discuss his plans to support teaching and learning and leverage the state’s resources to provide you all a world class education.

    Commissioner Riley has proposed a set of plans described a Deeper Learning that provide real world learning experiences for all kids.

    Many of these experiences already exist in pockets in our schools and across the state. Commissioner Riley is looking to support teachers and administrators through partnerships that will grow these experiences so that every student is engaged and has access and opportunities to prepare them for their college and career choice.

    Your voices and advocacy will be shaping Haverhill High School today as well as into the future!

    For more info:
    http://www.doe.mass.edu/deeperlearning/

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  • Greater Boston Food Bank making push for more breakfast programs in schools

    Please follow this link to WVCB’s news report about breakfast in the classroom in Haverhill

     

  • Healthy Living Expo- Sat, 9/21 @ Harbor Place

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