Hingham’s Derby Academy Announces Colleen M. Ramsden as New Head of School

Photo courtesy of Connor Gleason, Director of Marketing and Communications at Derby Academy. Saturday, September 26, 2020 courtesy of Derby Academy Derby Academy and its Board of Trustees are pleased to announce the appointment of Colleen M. Ramsden as Derby Academy’s 35th Head of School, beginning July 1, 2021. Ms. Ramsden brings to Derby Academy …

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Two School Community Members Test Positive for COVID-19; Monday’s School Reopening Plan Still in Place

Photo by Prasesh Shiwakoti (Lomash) on Unsplash September 26, 2020 by Carol Britton Meyer In a letter to the Hingham Public Schools community last night, Supt. of Schools Paul Austin said school officials were notified yesterday “that two people in our school community have tested positive for COVID-19. Our first responsibility is to keep our …

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Greenbush Historic Preservation Trust

Tuesday, September 22, 2020, courtesy of Andrea Young The Hingham Historical Commission is accepting applications for grants from the Greenbush Historic Preservation Trust. Funds from the trust may be used for building, structure or landscape preservation, stabilization, protection, rehabilitation, and restoration; for physical improvements to public spaces; or to comply with the Americans with Disabilities …

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COVID-19 Update: Executive Health Officer Asks Hingham Residents To Do Their Part

Annie Spratt for Unsplash. September 22, 2020 by Carol Britton Meyer Hingham Executive Health Officer Susan Sarni has her eye on the expected reopening of the Hingham Public Schools next Monday with the hybrid model — a combination of in-person and remote learning — amidst the COVID-19 challenge. “This is a community pandemic,” Sarni told …

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School News: Hybrid Model Expected to Start Monday; Foster School Funding Update

Photo by Joshua Ross Photography September 22, 2020 by Carol Britton Meyer Following eight days of remote learning for most students, the Hingham Public Schools reopening plan will move to Phase II — the hybrid model, which is a combination of remote and in-person learning — next Monday, Sept. 28, barring unforeseen circumstances, Supt. of …

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School News: Hybrid Model Expected to Start Monday; Foster School Funding Update

Photo by Joshua Ross Photography September 22, 2020 by Carol Britton Meyer Following eight days of remote learning for most students, the Hingham Public Schools reopening plan will move to Phase II — the hybrid model, which is a combination of remote and in-person learning — next Monday, Sept. 28, barring unforeseen circumstances, Supt. of …

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Town Clerk: Vote-by-Mail Ballot Update

Photo courtesy of Unsplash user Tiffany Tertipes. Monday, September 21, 2020 by Carol Britton Meyer A large number of Hingham registered voters are wondering when they will receive their vote-by-mail ballots for the Nov. 3 state/presidential election and have turned to the Town Clerk’s office for an answer. “We haven’t received the ballots yet,” Town …

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