May 28, 2022
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Seekonk – Superintendent Dr. Rich Drolet and Principal David Graf are pleased to announce the appointment of Marybeth Callanan as the new Assistant Principal of the Mildred H. Aitken Elementary … more
In response to the horrific school shooting in Texas on Tuesday, Seekonk Public Schools have a greater police presence this week. In a letter sent to parents and staff, Superintendent Rich Drolet … more
June will be a very busy month for Angels’ Care Closet. We will host our "Healthy Summer Backpack" event to supply students receiving free school lunch and breakfast with a backpack full of … more
Franklin, MA— May 8, 2022 — The Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School District is pleased to announce two of the six teams that participated in this year's NASA HUNCH … more
Congratulations to all the SkillsUSA Medalists! All Gold medalists and delegate invitees will be attending Nationals!SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers, and industry working together to … more
Many students in Ms. Lisa Andrade Almeida and Mrs. Turilli’s Portuguese classes at Seekonk High School participated in the 2022 National Portuguese Exam. This opportunity was offered to all … more
Spring has sprung and you know what that means; the Annual Tree Climbing Jamboree is this coming Friday. For those of you who do not know what the Jamboree is, this event is a direct replication of … more
Seekonk – Superintendent Dr. Rich Drolet and Martin Elementary School Principal Jennifer McKay are pleased to announce the appointment of Amanda Chamberlin as the new Assistant Principal of the … more
The Seekonk Board of Selectmen voted Wednesday to place the school department’s proposed $30.8 million budget for FY’23 on the Spring Town Meeting warrant. The increase is 2.3 percent … more
Erin Brouillette was voted the new Chairperson of the Seekonk School Committee Monday. Kim Sluter, who had served as chairperson, is the committee’s new Vice-Chair. Noah Escaler will … more
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