A Memorial Day Message from the Superintendent
This weekend we honor those who have sacrificed their lives serving our nation and the cause of freedom with Memorial Day celebrations…I trust all of you will take a moment to discuss and allow students an opportunity to understand the significance of this important holiday…why our nation pauses, reflects, and honors those who have made the ultimate sacrifice.
This photo from Arlington National Cemetary captures the endless pain and everlasting love…
Let us all remember and pray for those at rest and their loved ones who remain.
God Bless you all…
3rd Annual Swinging Fore Mark Event
Just a reminder that coming on June 4th is the Swinging Fore Mark Memorial Golf Classic. As you may know, Mark was a parent to some children in our school system, and his lovely wife Jill works with us. His children remain in the system, and many dads love their children, as did Mark.
Mark lost his battle with metastatic melanoma in September of 2015. He firmly believed he could beat this disease, but unfortunately, he went home to our Lord. For the 17 years he resided in Haverhill, he was very active in coaching and helped so many children with basketball and baseball. He loved all sports and was a wonderful son, and a great dad and husband, and friend to so many.
If you haven’t signed up and are interested, please contact Mark’s dad, Ed Whelan, at 301-785-2517 or email@example.com. I know Mark’s family appreciates the support they have received from the community through participation in this golf tournament. If you or someone you know loves golf, this is a great event.
Have a wonderful day.
Mt. Washington NEIGHBOR NIGHTS
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Assistant Superintendent Fulgoni Presents Award for ADL
Assistant Superintendent and Co-chair of ADL Law & Education Day, Jared Fulgoni, is presenting Catherine C. Latham, EdD the ADL North Shore Community Service Award. Anti-Defamation League Essex County Law & Education Day brings together students, educators, law enforcement officials, community leaders and elected officials to honor and celebrate those who exemplify ADL’s values and ideals.
Massachusetts Youth Count Flyers and Survey
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Good morning,As we begin the final stretch of this school year I’m sure we are all thrilled to see the sun and a touch of warmth…Among us…staff…students…parents there are so many that have a unique gift…a gentle and loving heart that sees beyond their own challenges and finds room in their hearts to reach out and make life better for others despite some personal hurdles. Noelle Gregoire has changed tomorrow for many. Recognizing the shortages of toys and ways of entertaining young patients she began Laps 4 Backs.Noelle Gregoire…a Grade 7 student at the Whittier – all on her own, generated 30,000 toys, books etc for those in need through her fund-raising efforts …what an accomplishment!Many were thrilled to see the Boston Celtics last week recognize her for her vision and drive to make life better for others.Below is a link to see the recognition at the game.Thank you all for your support of such wonderful students like Noelle.God Bless her, her family and all of you that make a difference for others.-Jim Scully