Superintendent’s Report to the School Committee, June 9, 2021

Updates to COVID Guidance from DESE On May 27th, the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education released “Updates to DESE COVID-19 Guidance.”  In this document, DESE outlines that although many of the health and safety protocols for the general public ended on May 29th and that the State of Emergency in Massachusetts will end onContinue reading “Superintendent’s Report to the School Committee, June 9, 2021”

Covid-19 Vaccination Clinic at MASCO, June 23, 2021, 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Masconomet Regional School District has partnered with Curative to provide a Covid-19 vaccination clinic for staff and students 12 and older to be offered at Masconomet High School.  Curative is a national biotech company that provides vaccination and testing in Massachusetts and across the nation.  Locally, Curative runs the Danvers Doubletree Vaccination site.    The PfizerContinue reading “Covid-19 Vaccination Clinic at MASCO, June 23, 2021, 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm”

Superintendent’s Report to the School Committee, May 19, 2021

Return to In-Person Learning Update Overall, our return to in-person learning has gone very well.  Approximately 88% of our middle school students opted to return to in-person learning on April 28th and around 70% of high school students returned on May 3rd.  The nicer spring weather has allowed many classes and activities to move outsideContinue reading “Superintendent’s Report to the School Committee, May 19, 2021”

Superintendent’s Update, 5/4/21

Dear Friends, As we continue our great start to our return to in-person learning, I’d like to remind families of the importance of monitoring their children for symptoms of COVID-19.  With the return of students to in-person learning, we’ve also seen an increase in the number of COVID-19 cases.  In some of these cases, theContinue reading “Superintendent’s Update, 5/4/21”

Superintendent’s Report to the School Committee, April 28, 2021

Return to In-Person Learning Update Approximately 90% of students at Masconomet Middle School returned to in-person learning on Monday, April 26.  Thanks to Asst. Superintendent Jeff Sands, Middle School Principal Phil McManus, High School Principal Pete Delani and their teams for getting the building ready for the in-person return of students. This involved fully cleaningContinue reading “Superintendent’s Report to the School Committee, April 28, 2021”

Information Regarding Masconomet’s Return to In-Person Learning

Dear Masconomet High School and Middle School Parents and Caregivers, We are excited to welcome Masconomet Middle School students to full-time in-person learning on Monday, April 26th and our High School students on Monday, May 3rd.  To facilitate our final preparations for the return of a greater number of in-person students, both April 26th andContinue reading “Information Regarding Masconomet’s Return to In-Person Learning”

Superintendent’s Report to the School Committee, April 7, 2021

Return to In-Person Learning Update We are preparing for the return of students to in-person learning at the Middle School on April 26th and the High School on May 3rd.  The Middle School Survey was completed on March 23rd. Families that did not respond to the survey were then contacted directly by the Middle School. Continue reading “Superintendent’s Report to the School Committee, April 7, 2021”

Letter Regarding Out of State Travel for Masconomet Staff and Students

Dear Masconomet Families and Staff, As we approach April Vacation and the return of Middle School students to in-person learning on April 26th  and high school students to in-person learning on May 3rd, I wanted to make you aware of the Masconomet’s procedure regarding staff or students who choose to travel out of state.   AnyContinue reading “Letter Regarding Out of State Travel for Masconomet Staff and Students”

Statement Regarding the Rise of Acts of Violence and Discrimination Against Members of Our American Asian Pacific Islander (AAPI) Community

Dear Masconomet Community, The murder of eight people in Georgia last week, six of whom were of Asian descent, and the overall rise of incidents of hate against members of our American Asian Pacific Islander (AAPI) community over the past year demonstrate how much more we still need to do to combat acts of hatredContinue reading “Statement Regarding the Rise of Acts of Violence and Discrimination Against Members of Our American Asian Pacific Islander (AAPI) Community”

Masconomet Reopening Update, 3/11/21

Dear Masconomet Community, On March 9, 2021, the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) issued “Guidance on In-Person Learning and Student Learning Time Requirements.”  This guidance announced that all Massachusetts middle schools must return to full-time, in-person learning by Wednesday, April 28, 2021.  Masconomet’s current plan is to return students in grades 7Continue reading “Masconomet Reopening Update, 3/11/21”

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