The North Andover School Committee voted September 23rd to recommend the several projects to the North Andover Facilities Master Planning Committee. We will be presenting the details of these projects at public forums to be held at the schools and other locations around town.
In this month's edition: an overview of last Spring's MCAS results, status of our projects with the MSBA, upcoming School Capacity public forums, vaccine clinics for NAMS and NAHS students, isolation and quarantine guidance, events at the Stevens Library, and more.
NAPRN and NAYouth are hosting a live virtual presentation followed by a Q&A on Wed November 17th from 6:30-8:00pm. The speaker is one of the leading experts in eating disorders, Michael Chiumiento, PsyD.
We hope this newsletter can be a resource for you as we remain committed to the health and safety of our community. Please continue to be vigilant as we all work together to keep our students, staff, and families safe.
In this Fall edition there is information about the "Test and Stay" program.
Elementary and Secondary Education Commissioner Jeffrey C. Riley notified school districts in the Commonwealth today that he will extend the mask requirement for all public K-12 students, educators, and staff through at least November 1.
Please see the following letter from the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education regarding special education services during the 2021-2022 school year.
This school year's first installment of the Knightly News is here! Read about some of our recently recognized teachers, a new resource for parents available in English & Spanish, a letter from the Chair of the School Committee, and a look at what's happening at the Stevens Memorial Library.
The School Committee voted on August 24, 2021, to approve a district face-covering policy. You can see all the NAPS policies and guidelines in the District Reference Guide
Dear North Andover Community,
I hope you are all relaxing and enjoying the summer break. I want to take this opportunity to welcome all of our students, staff, and families to the 2021-2022 school year and provide some important updates and information.
Today, DESE Commissioner Jeff Riley issued a mask mandate for all public schools in Massachusetts. Last evening the School Committee voted 5-0 to adopt a district policy to comply with Commissioner Riley’s mandate.