Financial statements from the Island’s two regional school districts got the thumbs-up from auditors.
Principal Stephen Nixon points to students’ successes as evidence of the quality education that Island taxpayers fund.
Town officials say they expect to ask voters for a Proposition 2.5 general override.
The longtime education and support facility for Island parents will move from the regional high school.
The longstanding preschool program offers families new expanded hours and flexible schedules.
A Plymouth wind turbine project is expected to spin the high school some energy savings.
The shorn locks will be used to make hairpieces for children suffering from hair loss.
Bacteria as a source of energy took the top spotlight among the many projects at the 15th annual science fair.
Pending voter approval, the school system will act as the conduit for taxpayer dollars, to fund the continuing education program.
A new facility and corporate affiliation brought many changes in patient safety, hospital quality, risk management programs, and compliance.