Category Archive for 'Accreditation'

Bad News Item 1: The Wenham Finance Committee voted not to support the full amount of the override. Yesterday, the Wenham Finance Committee voted 4-1 not to support the full amount of the override. (The Hamilton Finance Committee supports the override 4-1 in favor and 2 of the 3 Hamilton Selectman support the override.) At […]

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In a letter to Robert Krol, Principal of the Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School, received 4/29/08, NEASC informed him that the commission had decided to place the “school on warning for concerns regarding its adherence to the Commission’s Standards for Accreditation on Curriculum and Community Resources for Learning.” The letter went on to say: “The concerns […]

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To Avoid Redistricting 45 Elementary School Students from Cutler and Winthrop. If the override fails, 45 students will be redistricted from Cutler and Winthrop in grades 2-5. To Keep Our Language Arts Support Programs in the Elementary Schools. If the override fails, the language arts support programs in the elementary school will be virtually eliminated, […]

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In April of 2007, the Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School received a letter from the New England Association of Schools & Colleges, Inc. (NEASC) — a letter that represents an objective, third-party assessment of the status of our current services. The news was not good. A high school is the lodestar of any school district, and […]

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