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City to File Formal Notice with State for Consentino Addition, Repairs

City to File Formal Notice with State for Consentino Addition, Repairs

A banner over the entrance to Consentino School on Washington Street recalls the February 2016 flood of the school library caused by a burst pipe that froze over winter break. The Haverhill School Committee has taken the first necessary step toward expansion and renovation of Consentino School by approving the city’s submission of a formal

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District, HHS Leaders Unveil Plan to Improve State Ranking

Haverhill High School In spite of rising graduation rates, falling dropout rates and standardized test scores at or above state averages, Haverhill High School is ranked among the bottom 10 percent of high schools in Massachusetts. That fact rankles School Committee member Paul A. Magliocchetti. “It’s almost personal,” said Magliocchetti, a Haverhill High grad. “I

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Magliocchetti: New Tilton School Would Solve Haverhill’s ‘Two Cities’ Problem

Tilton School on Grove Street Plans for filling the new Hunking School continue to take shape, with roughly 150 Bradford Elementary fifth-graders and all 250-plus students in kindergarten through second grade at Greenleaf School moving to the Hunking when school begins in September. Added to the students already enrolled, those 400 students will bring Hunking’s

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College Will Use Grant for Downtown Haverhill Culinary Program

Northern Essex Community College provided details Monday on plans for a culinary program in downtown Haverhill. As WHAV reported earlier, Gov. Charlie Baker announced a $500,000 grant Friday to benefit Northern Essex students in a new culinary arts certificate program and a developing mechatronics program. The grant pays for new equipment for both programs. “Working

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Gov. Baker Delivers $1 Million in Grants to Whittier Vo-Tech, Northern Essex

Gov. Charlie Baker also brought his cabinet to Lowell. During a visit to the Merrimack Valley, Gov. Charlie Baker Friday awarded $11.8 million in Workforce Skills Capital Grants to 32 vocational schools, traditional public high schools and community colleges, including $500,000 each to Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School and Northern Essex Community College. Whitter

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