• Parkinson’s Moving Day – A Message from the Superintendent

    This email is being sent out on behalf of the family of Cheryl Wood…Cheryl has worked in a variety of schools for many years…and her son is on the School Committee here and the Whittier School Committee…I’m sure your support would be greatly appreciated…

    Thank you,
    Jim
    Parkinson's Foundation
    October 12, 2017
    Dear Friends and Family,
    Only two days left!!!I need your help. There are 1 million people living with PD in the country, and 25,000 here in Massachusetts. And my mom’s story is just one of them, but it’s the reason this cause is so important to me, and why I’m working even harder this year to raise funds and awareness for people living with Parkinson’s. This year has been rough for her, and living with PD is a struggle, but Moving Day is an opportunity to celebrate and bring hope to this horrible disease.

    Team Wood needs you! If you want to join, click this link and come walk with us at Artesani Park on October 14. If you would like to donate, here is the page: https://movingdaywalk.org/…/moving-day…/participant/1369790/.

    For one day I will walk in honor of my mom, Cheryl, because she lives with Parkinson’s every day.


    Sincerely,
    Scott Wood, Jr.
  • 2017 Walk for Youth Registration

    The Boys and Girls club of Haverhill is a wonderful resource for the community. Please join us in supporting this great organization!

    Click the link below for more information
    2017 Walk for Youth Registration

  • Haverhill’s YMCA 9th Annual Teacher of the Year Event

    Honoring Jean Ray for Commitment to Community

    Tuesday, 11/14 @ DiBurro’s

    $40 per ticket, dinner included

  • Meet the School Committee Candidates – Wed, 10/11 @ 7pm

    For your consideration…

    Meet the School Committee Candidates – Wed, 10/11 @ 7pm
    HC Media Studio 101
    2 Merrimack St, Haverhill MA
    Also showing live on Channel 22!

     

  • A Message from the Superintendent

    Tonight at sundown – the Jewish time of communal and personal atonement begins – it is a time for our Jewish brothers and sisters to meditate and reflect on how they lived their past year and a time of solemn prayer as well…

    As they begin this period which concludes Saturday evening let us all reflect on our own sincerity and purpose as we wish our friends the best on Yom Kippur ….
     
    It is always helpful to the fundamental purpose of public education to share the significance of such  days with our students….
     

    Thank you,

    Jim Scully
  • Run to Overcome 5K – 11/5/17

    Come help raise money for a playground designed specifically for students on the Autism spectrum! Click through to view the flyer.

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