Curriculum tools, guides, and other miscellaneous information
- Language and Literacy Instructional Framework for Literature and the Content Areas (K-8)
- Parent Toolkit
- Spotlight on the Common Core State Standards – What Do Parents Need to Know?
- National Parent Teacher Association
- MCAS Resources
The Haverhill Public Schools’ Discovery Club (grades 1-8) and Access 21 (grades 9-12) before & after school programs are made possible through federal 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) and State Afterschool and Out of School Time (ASOST) grants that are administered by the MA Department of Education. The primary focus is to provide academic and social support and enrichment activities to students who are economically disadvantaged or have other risk factors. The intent is to help level the playing field for these students so that they may experience opportunities that they may not otherwise have. We try to keep a 1:10 teacher/student ratio to ensure quality programming.
Parent & Student Record Requests – How to request your child’s record.
Haverhill Community Resources
Click above for Haverhill Community Resources– updated regularly.
MakeIt Haverhill Free Parent Workshops
Free courses available for English Language, Google Suite, and Google Classroom.
- Novice, Intermediate, Advanced levels Classes are offered once a week
- Computer and internet access provided
- Courses provided at no cost
- Certificate upon completion
Summer Learning and Enrichment
Learning and enrichment opportunities from HPS, partners, and community agencies.
Child Find Notice
Click the link above to view.
Youth Work Permit Information
Click above for information and applications.
Home Education Policy
The Haverhill School Committee recognizes and respects the right of parents or guardians to educate their child(ren) at home.
Home Learning Resources
Click above for helpful resources for at-home supportive learning.
District Report Cards
Click above to view cover letter and important links.