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After Florida Rampage, Andover High Students Discuss School Gun Violence

After Florida Rampage, Andover High Students Discuss School Gun Violence

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Parkland, Fla. In light of last week’s Florida high school shooting rampage that left 17 people dead and more than a dozen wounded, more than 100 Andover students gathered Friday to discuss gun violence in American schools. Andover Schools Superintendent Sheldon Berman and High School Principal Philip Conrad said Friday

Haverhill Superintendent Candidates Holding Community Meet and Greets in March

An 18-member search advisory board named Margaret Marotta-Smith, Jared Fulgoni and Dr. Anthony Pope as the three finalists to succeed Haverhill Superintendent James F. Scully. (WHAV News photograph) Members of the community can meet and mingle with the three Haverhill superintendent candidates chosen as finalists to succeed James F. Scully in a series of sessions

Former Haverhill Public Schools Educator Trilla Urges Parents to Consider ‘Micro Schools’ for Pre-K

Students take part in learning activities at Haverhill’s Wildflower schools. (Courtesy photograph) Haverhill parents with preschool aged children are encouraged to attend an information session Monday, February 12, to learn about the city’s new Wildflower micro schools, a Montessori-based alternative to public education. As Hillview Montessori ESL teacher Graciela Trilla tells WHAV, the Wildflower model

Education Reporting at Risk as WHAV’s Year-End Approaches

Last August, 97.9 WHAV FM took on an ambitious “Back-to-School Countdown,” reporting daily on preparations for fall school openings. Parents and children learned about school bus route changes, departures of key leaders, new teachers and staff, cellphone rules, distribution of new technology such as iPads, additional classrooms at jam-packed schools, athletic deadlines and much more.