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  • Greetings Cohasset Families,

    Please click on the link to access the Navigator Newsletter for 1/13/2023. Within this newsletter is an additional resource for talking with students regarding the recent news impacting Cohasset. This resource, which comes from Riverside Trauma Center, who is currently working with Cohasset school faculty and staff to support them and to guide them on working with students, is linked below:

    Talking with Students about Traumatic Events

    Our primary goal is to maintain our routines for our students, as we support students, families, and staff. We always stress the importance of adhering to normal routines during all difficult times, as children find comfort in knowing that schools are safe and supportive.

    Please be mindful that schools are required to respect student and staff confidentiality rights, which prohibit us from being able to disseminate confidential information to the public.

    Have a wonderful weekend and a nice Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Please take some time to reflect on Dr. King’s messages of peace, civil disobedience, courage, activism, and love. In a time when courage is needed to improve our society, Dr. King stands as a shining example of our potential to make true change and of our responsibility to make this world a better place.

     

    Sincerely,

     

    Patrick Sullivan, Ed.D.

    Superintendent

    Cohasset Public Schools

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  • Good Evening Cohasset Families,

     

    In an effort to support families as they process information in the news media involving Cohasset, I am sharing the below link from Common Sense Media, with some additional resources included at the bottom of the article from the American Association of Psychologists:

     

    https://www.commonsensemedia.org/articles/explaining-the-news-to-our-kids

     

    Please also know that we have counselors at all of our schools to talk to your child if your child is in need of someone to talk to or to help process anything they have seen in the media or heard in school. We always stress the importance of adhering to normal routines during all difficult times, as children find comfort in knowing that schools are safe and supportive. Please do not hesitate to contact principals or counselors if we can assist you in any way.

     

    The District Website has a page dedicated to Social Emotional Learning and Wellness. Please remember that our schools are a resource, and that our counselors, school psychologists, and social workers can support you and your child.

     

    Here are a list of our counselors at each building:

     

    Osgood: Dave Vinton dvinton@cohassetk12.org (adjustment counselor)

    Deer Hill: Robyn Costa rcosta@cohassetk12.org (adjustment counselor)

    Deer Hill and Osgood: Maeve Dullea mdullea@cohassetk12.org (adjustment counselor)

    Deer Hill and Osgood: Alyson Doyle adoyle@cohassetk12.org (school psychologist)

     

    CMS: Emily Manewal emanewal@cohassetk12.org (adjustment Counselor)

    Allison Pearce apearce@cohassetk12.org (school psychologist)

     

    CHS: Laura Struzziery lstruzziery@cohassetk12.org (lead counselor)

    Leanne McCarthy lmccarthy@cohassetk12.org (high school adjustment counselor)

    Kevin McGowan kmcgowan@cohassetk12.org (high school counselor)

    Allison Battista abattista@cohassetk12.org (high school counselor)

    Catlin Stromberg cstromberg@cohassetk12.org (school psychologist)

     

    Robert Collins rcollins@cohassetk12.org (middle and high school social worker)

     

    Sincerely,

     

    Patrick Sullivan, Ed.D.

    Superintendent

    Cohasset Public Schools

     

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  • A reminder that Town Meeting will take place tonight, Monday, December 12, beginning at 7:00PM in the Cohasset High School Gymnasium.

     

    Also, please click on the link to access the Cohasset Public Schools MCAS Action Plan, which was presented to the Cohasset Community during last Wednesday's Cohasset School Committee Meeting. This action plan was also included in this past week’s Navigator Newsletter. We will continue to implement this plan to ensure that our students are receiving the maximum support to achieve.

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  • Just a reminder that for the 2023 - 2024 School Year, the first day of school for students will be Wednesday, August 30th (before Labor Day), and all schools will be closed on Friday, September 1st.


     

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  • Greetings Cohasset Families,

    This notice is to inform you that the turf replacement project at Alumni Stadium is set to begin on Monday, November 7, 2022, at which time access to the turf and track will be prohibited until further notice. This turf replacement project, along with the recently completed track, is a welcome improvement to our athletic facilities. We are thankful for the school community and town support and understanding, as we work to provide the best facilities possible for our students and town.

     

    Athletic Director Steve Rotondi and Principal Brian Scott recently sent a message to families of fall sports athletes to outline the potential adjustments to the fall schedule. We plan on maximizing our home facility use, including preserving some home playoff games at Alumni Stadium before the work begins on November 7. Information will be forthcoming about specific sports calendar adjustments in conjunction with this project.

     

     

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The Navigator

  • Click on image below for the most current Edition of The Navigator: Superintendent's Newsletter

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  • Click HERE for Navigator Newsletter Archives

     

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COVID-19 Information

  •  Click image below for CPS COVID19 Information

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    From Commissioner of Education Riley’s memo to Superintendents sent on August 15, 2022:

    “The Commonwealth is not recommending universal mask requirements, surveillance testing of asymptomatic individuals, contact tracing, or test-to-stay testing in schools. Districts and schools are reminded that there is no longer any statewide masking mandate in schools (other than school health offices) and there is no testing requirement for schools.” We will continue to respect the right of individuals to wear masks at any time during the school day.

    “Effective August 15, 2022, all students and staff in childcare, school in grades K-12, or participating in out-of-school time (OST) and recreational camp settings should follow the updated isolation and exposure guidance issued by DPH, in alignment with recently issued guidance from CDC. No asymptomatic person should be excluded from school as a result of exposure, regardless of vaccination status or exposure setting.”

    An additional link on isolation and exposure guidance can be found here:

    https://www.mass.gov/info-details/covid-19-isolation-and-exposure-guidance-for-the-general-public

    Weekly Town of Cohasset Covid Report as of 6/24/2022

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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