- Our Lady of Perpetual Help/Mission Grammar, - St. John Paul II Catholic Academy - Columbia, - St. John Paul II Catholic Academy - Lower Mills, - St. John Paul II Catholic Academy - Neponset, - St. John’s Prep, Danvers: Closed through Friday, April 3. The current Commissioner is Mitchell D. Chester. grades ending at either grades 05, 06, 07 and/or 08. grades starting at either grades 04, 05, 06, 07 and/or 08; grade span may also include pre-kindergarten grade combined with middle/junior high school grades, for example, PK, 06-08; school administered as a separate entity between the elementary and secondary levels. 2 Answers. Public pensions | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_school_districts_in_Massachusetts This mandatory redistricting after the 2010 census eliminated Massachusetts's 10th congressional district, and also caused a major shift in how the state's congressional districts are currently drawn. The U.S. average was 264. Derrick Meador, M.Ed., is the superintendent for Jennings Public Schools in Oklahoma. Highlights of the new system include: using additional indicators beyond student test scores, focusing on the performance of each school as a whole and of its lowest performing students, and categorizing schools based on the type of support the Department would provide to them. You can search by Massachusetts cities, counties, or … (information about students, educators, spending, and more), (used by districts to interpret and understand the data), High School Equivalency (HSE) Testing Program, Educator Preparation, Licensure, and Development, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, Enrollment in Institutions of Higher Education, District and School Accountability and Assistance, School/District Profiles (includes a "Schools Near Me" search by location), District Analysis, Review and Assistance Tools (DARTs), Edwin Analytics (formerly the Education Data Warehouse). 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The schools listed in this report include public schools, public school collaboratives, and approved day and residential special education schools. Here's a look at what districts and individual schools are closed. Of the 98,454 schools in the United States, 89,031 were classified as regular schools. stateFilter: "MA", Schools were assigned to one of the following three types based on these characteristics: Kindergarten starting age indicates the age as of a particular date at which children are eligible to begin kindergarten. Healthcare | - Foxborough: Closed for two weeks starting Monday, March 16, - Georgetown: Closed for two weeks starting Friday, March 13, - Gloucester: Closed for two weeks starting Monday, March 16, - Hadley: Closed for two weeks starting Monday, March 16, - Hamilton-Wenham: Closed for two weeks starting Friday, March 13, -Hanover: Closed for two weeks starting March 13, - Harvard: Closed Friday, March 13 to Tuesday, March 17, - Haverhill: Closed for at least two weeks starting Monday, March 16, - Hingham: Closed through Friday, March 27, - Holbrook: Closed through Friday, March 27, - Groton-Dunstable: Closed two weeks beginning Friday, March 13, - Ipswich: Closed for two weeks starting Monday, March 16, - Lawrence: Closed for two weeks starting Friday, March 13, - Lexington: Closed for two weeks starting Friday, March 13, - Lincoln: Closed Friday, March 13 through Friday, March 27, - Littleton: Closed two weeks starting Friday, March 16, - Lynn: Closed Friday, March 13 (staff should report to work), - Lynnfield: Closed for two weeks starting Monday, March 16, - Malden: Closed indefinitely starting Friday, March 13, - Manchester Essex: Closed for two weeks starting Friday, March 13, - Marblehead: Closed for two weeks starting Monday, March 16, - Masconomet: Closed for two weeks starting Friday, March 13, - Medford: Closed Friday, March 13 (students only); closed to all for at least two weeks starting Monday, - Melrose: Closed Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 27, - Methuen: Closed for two weeks starting Friday, March 13, - Milton: Closed Monday, March 16 through Monday, March 30, - Nahant: Closed for two weeks starting Friday, March 13, - Natick: Closed Friday, March 13 to March 20, - Needham: Closed Friday, March 13 to March 27, - New Bedford: Closed through at least March 23, - Newburyport: Closed for two weeks starting Friday, March 13, - Newton: Closed Friday, March 13, and the following week, - North Adams: Closed Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 27, - Norwood: Closed from March 13 to at least March 20, - Pentucket: Closed for at least two weeks starting Monday, March 16, - Pittsfield: Closed Monday, March 16 through Monday, March 30, - Revere: Closed indefinitely starting Friday, March 15, - Quincy: Closed Friday, March 13 to March 20, - Rockport: Closed for at least two weeks starting Monday, March 16, - Salem: Closed for at least two weeks starting Monday, March 16, - Saugus: Closed for two weeks starting Friday, March 13, - Scituate: Closed through Friday, March 17, - Somerville: Closed for a minimum of two weeks starting Monday, March 16, - South Hadley: Closed through Tuesday, March 31, - Springfield: Closing through Friday, March 27, - Stoneham: Closed Friday, March 13 to March 27, - Stoughton: Closed through Friday, March 27, - Sudbury: Closed through Monday, March 30, - Swampscott: Closed for at least two weeks starting Monday, March 16, -Tewksbury: Closed for two weeks starting Friday, March 13, - Triton Regional: Closed for two weeks starting Friday, March 13, - Tri-Town School Union (Boxford, Middleton, Topsfield): Closed for two weeks starting Friday, March 13, - Tyngsborough: Two weeks starting Friday, March 13, - Wakefield: Closed for two weeks starting Monday, March 16, - Watertown: Closed for two weeks starting Friday, March 13th, - Wayland: Closed from Friday, March 13 through Friday, March 27, - Wellesley: Closed for two weeks starting Friday, March 13, - Westborough: Closed Monday, March 16, through at least Friday, March 20, - Westford: Closed through Friday, March 27, - Weston: Closed Friday, March 13 to Wednesday, March 18, - Westwood: Closed Friday, March 13, to Friday, March 20, - Weymouth: Closed through Friday, March 27, - Wilmington: Closed Friday, March 13 through at least Friday, March 27, - Winchester: Closed for two weeks starting Friday, March 13, - Winthrop: Closed for two weeks starting Friday, March 13, - Woburn: Early release Friday, March 13; closed Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 27, - Boston College High School: Closed Thursday, March 12, and Friday, March 13, - Eliot K-8 School, Boston: Closed until Thursday, March 19.