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Sad News Again…
Dear parents and guardians,
The following is a message I shared with our school community and I thought you should know – for tragedies hit us in the schools in so many ways – and all pull together to help, support, and comfort…
This week the Haverhill School community was shocked with the un-timely passing of a loving and warm senior at Haverhill High School…a hard worker and most caring and loving young lady…Dasia’s memory will live on by her gentle and kind ways that touched so many…
Midweek a beautiful little sister of a Greenleaf student – after a battle with brain cancer was called to join so many other angels in heaven…
How do we explain these losses…
Now…we have learned of a young, most respected and admired Hunking Special Education Facilitator unexpectedly passed… Angela Iannalfo has passed…I just don’t know what to say…so loved…a great Mom…teacher…wife…she had it all…
I am so very sorry…
Last night I wrote to the staff and followed up with this note…
This morning Shannon Nolan and her staff at the Hunking all came together to comfort each other…all so deeply affected by this sudden loss of one of the “superstars for kids…”
This picture I think is truly a representation of the beauty contained in her very life – not only beauty within her smile but throughout her life and efforts with children…always most kind and thoughtful…all knew it…
As this sadness spreads throughout our school community – please keep her and all touched by the losses we have realized this week in your thoughts and prayers…
Angela Iannalfo….truly an angel….
I thank her and all of you from the bottom of my heart for your goodness….
A Message from the Superintendent
It’s Friday afternoon and time to start thinking of the weekend…I hope you all enjoy !Before you know it …next weekend will be here…so consider below…it you enjoy walking – running – this is the event…and BELIEVE me he has the BEST …..AGAIN THE BEST FOOD AFTER THE RACE…So if you can …a great cause..great people and the treats at the end are the BEST around…Jim Scully
Crowell Kindergarten Center Student’s Decorative PumpkinsGetting in the Halloween spirit! Students from Crowell Kindergarten Center had a field trip to Rogers Spring Hill Farm, where students received a pumpkin and had a family project of decorating them.
The Big Dog Show
The Big Dog Show
October 20-22, 10am-5pm
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
October 12, 2017Dear 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.