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  • After consulting with safety officials, it has been determined that, due to the heavy snow, high winds, and strong coastal impact forecasted for the upcoming storm, there will be no school or after school sports and activities tomorrow, Tuesday, February 13, 2024. All after-school activities and sports tonight will remain as scheduled. Please stay safe in the storm tomorrow.

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  • Greetings Cohasset Families, 

    We hope everyone has a wonderful break and a Happy New Year. A reminder that tomorrow, Friday, December 22, is a half day of school. Lunch will be served at the elementary schools but not at CMS or CHS. Dismissals are as follows: 

    Cohasset Middle School & Cohasset High School: 12:30PM 

    Deer Hill School: 1:15PM 

    Joseph Osgood School: 1:20PM. 

    School will resume on Tuesday, January 2, 2024. Happy Holidays!

    Sincerely,

    Patrick Sullivan, Ed.D.

    Superintendent

    Cohasset Public Schools


     

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  • Greetings Cohasset Families,

    This is Superintendent, Dr. Patrick Sullivan, with a school power update. Safety officials have informed me that all our schools are now fully powered. Therefore, tomorrow, Wednesday, December 20, will be a regular school day for all of Cohasset Public Schools. Thank you to everyone who helped during the storm, and thank you all for your patience as we sorted out the power issues. Have a good evening.


     

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  • Greetings Cohasset Families,

    This is Superintendent, Dr. Patrick Sullivan, with a school cancellation announcement for Tuesday, December 19, 2023. After consulting with safety officials, we will not have power available to all or any of our school buildings tomorrow. Because of these power issues, we are canceling school for all our buildings now to provide families and staff with maximum preparation time. We are also canceling all activities, sports practices and contests, arts, and other events for tomorrow. Information will be forthcoming regarding those events which will be rescheduled. Please stay safe in the aftermath of the storm.


     

     

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  • Dear Cohasset School Families:

    We are pleased to notify you that both school-related warrant articles PASSED at last night’s special town meeting.  Thank you to everyone who participated in the meeting and supported our students.

    HOWEVER: One of the articles, the School Special Purpose Stabilization Fund, which will provide the district with a $1.5M fund from which we can pay for important repair and maintenance projects, still requires a majority vote at the SPECIAL TOWN ELECTION THIS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18.  We urge our district families to participate in the election, if at all possible, so that the school community’s perspective is included in the results.  

    Polls will be open from 8AM until 6PM at the Town Hall.   Thank you!  

    Sincerely,

    Patrick Sullivan, Ed.D.

    Superintendent

    Cohasset Public Schools


     

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COVID-19 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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