Dear Pentucket Family, It is with great excitement the district announces that the Middle/High School Building Project was approved by voters in all three Pentucket towns yesterday. This is a great step forward for the Pentucket community. We will build a modern, state-of-the-art facility that will support student learning and growth for decades to come, […]
WEST NEWBURY — Superintendent Justin Bartholomew is pleased to share that voters in Groveland, Merrimac and West Newbury overwhelmingly voted to pass the Pentucket Regional Middle-High School Building Project through a ballot vote yesterday. Residents in all three towns voted in favor of the project at three separate town meetings on Monday, April 29 and […]
Pentucket Regional School District has created the below informational handout to assist voters attending tonight’s Town Meetings.
Here is an updated, combined video showing the inside, outside, cafeteria, auditorium, classrooms and library of the proposed new Pentucket Regional Middle-High School building. Groveland, Merrimac, and West Newbury residents would be asked to vote to approve the project at Town Meetings on April 29 and through a ballot vote on May 6. If approved, […]
Dr. B offers some useful tips on how town meeting works!
New renderings provided to the Pentucket Regional School District show what modern classrooms and labs would look like in the combined middle and high school building project, created by project management and architecture firm Dore & Whittier. The learning process has changed drastically since the original schools opened in the 1950s and 60s, and the current […]
A video rendering of the construction phases and traffic flow plans for the proposed combined middle and high school building project, created by project management and architecture firm Dore & Whittier. In phase one, temporary parking would be built on the field that abuts Route 113 in front of the current high school building. […]
BOSTON – State Treasurer Deborah B. Goldberg, Chair of the Massachusetts School Building Authority (“MSBA”), and MSBA Executive Director/Deputy CEO John K. McCarthy announced today that the MSBA Board of Directors voted to approve a grant of up to $52,752,304 for a project to replace the current Pentucket Regional High School and the current Pentucket Regional Middle School with a new District-wide grades 7-12 middle/high school on the existing site. One of the next steps is for the District and the MSBA to enter into a Project Funding Agreement, which will detail the project’s scope and budget, along with the conditions under which the District will receive its MSBA grant.