The Doherty High Community is spearheading efforts to improve the appearance of our 50 year old gym. In November, student and faculty volunteers will be cleaning and repainting the gym. It is our goal to upgrade the outdated (or non-existant) sports banners that line the walls.
WORCESTER – Continuing to develop the district’s school safety strategy and improving the administration’s communication are among the goals of new interim Superintendent Marco Rodrigues’ entry plan, which he presented to the School Committee Thursday night.
WORCESTER – Those opposed to having police officers in schools asked the City Council on Tuesday to order police officers stationed inside Worcester schools to not arrest students inside of school, except for egregious criminal acts.
WORCESTER – With the assignment of five full-time police officers to city high schools, officials are working to update policies to more clearly define the role that law enforcement will take on school grounds.
WORCESTER – Disappointed that only two companies responded to its first advertisement, the School Committee last week agreed to resubmit its request for proposals for a superintendent search consultant.”The more responses we get, the better it is for our school system,” said Mayor Joseph M.
In an 8-3 vote, the state’s Board of Elementary and Secondary Education on Tuesday approved a proposal to roll out a revamped MCAS test in 2017.The board’s decision was well-received by several education officials in Central Massachusetts, who said the extended timeline for the so-called “MCAS 2.0” would give them more time to get ready for the new assessment.”Time will tell.
WORCESTER – The School Department will have to submit a corrective action plan to the state by early next month, after the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s regular review of the district found dozens of instances where the schools were not fully in compliance with state laws and regulations.
Learn at Splash! Splash is Sunday, March 22nd, 2020 Spring2020 Class Catalog: Here Spring2020 Class Registration: So what is Splash? Clark University’s Educational Studies Program (ESP) is a student volunteer-run organization. Our biannual event, Splash, offers a full day of classes taught by Clark students to local students in grades 5-12.