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Substance Use and Prevention Policy | 2016-2017

The Sumner G. Whittier School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, gender identity, disability, religion or sexual orientation.

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337 Broadway

Everett, MA  02149


(617) 394-2410


(617) 389-5073

Everett Public Schools | Substance Use and Prevention Policy | 2016-2017 – Whittier School

INTRODUCTION: The Everett Public Schools is committed to promoting an atmosphere of safety, respect, and caring for all students, staff members, and visitors to the school that is conducive to teaching and learning. Each school principal or person who holds a comparable position shall be responsible for the implementation and oversight of the Substance Use and Prevention Policy at his …

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Whittier School Student Recognized for His Participation in Project 351

Superintendent of Schools Frederick Foresteire and Whittier School Principal David Brady (right,) congratulate Whittier School eighth grader Mario Portillo (center) for his work with Project 351, a statewide initiative that recognizes young leaders and promotes community service.  Every year, an eighth grader from each of the Commonwealth’s 351 cities and towns is selected to take part in the program, which …

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Everett Co-Operative Bank Makes a Generous Donation to the Whittier School

In a generous display of community and holiday spirit, the Everett Co-Operative Bank (ECB) made two donations to the Whittier School. The bank presented the school with gift cards, which teachers and administrators used to purchase toys for deserving children in time for Christmas. The bank also made a financial donation to the school’s Parent-Teacher Organization to help fund the …

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Everett Middle School Students Take Part in B.A.A. Relay Challenge

More than 50 Everett middle school students participated in the 19th annual Boston Athletic Association (B.A.A.) Relay Challenge, the culmination of a month-long program designed to promote a healthy living and fitness through running. The program is offered to students in grades five through eight and begins one month before the B.A.A. Relay Challenge, which was held on Sunday, April …

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