Superintendent Scully’s message to the Class of 2014
Haverhill Public Schools Superintendent James F. Scully told graduates’ families that they have raised a “distinguished group of young men and women” as members of the Haverhill High School Class of 2014 received their diplomas.
Superintendent Scully invoked the memories of the D-Day invasion of Normandy and the Boston Marathon bombings in his address, urging students to “run toward the problem” and to face challenges head-on in the days and years ahead.
He thanked Dr. Mary Malone, the district’s assistant superintendent, who leaves Haverhill this month to take the superintendent’s job in the Ayer Shirley district.
For Superintendent Scully’s complete address, see below: