Pentucket Regional School District

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Pentucket Regional School District
Pentucket Regional School District
Location
Groveland, West Newbury, Merrimac, Massachusetts
United States
Information
Type Public
Motto A Culture of Continuous Learning
Established 1954
Superintendent Jeffrey Mulqueen
Grades K–12
Enrollment 3,457
Campus Suburban;
Color(s) Green and White
Mascot Native American/Sachem
Website

Pentucket Regional School District is a three town regional school district, formed by the towns of Groveland, Merrimac, and West Newbury, Massachusetts. Elementary schools are located in each town, and the middle/high school campus is located mostly in West Newbury, Massachusetts, United States and partially in Groveland, Massachusetts, United States. The schools give students to learn one of the three languages of Spanish, German, and Latin. Its administrative offices are housed in the middle school at 22 Main Street, West Newbury, Massachusetts.

District Schools[edit]

The schools that comprise the district are:[1]

  • Merrimac:
    • Dr. Frederick Sweetsir Elementary (104 Church St.) (K-2)
    • Helen R. Donaghue Elementary (24 Union St. Ext.) (3-6)
  • Groveland:
    • Dr. Elmer S. Bagnall Elementary (253 School St.) (K-6)
  • West Newbury:
    • Dr. John C. Page Elementary (694 Main St.) (K-6)
    • Pentucket Regional Middle School (22 Main St.) (7 and 8)
    • Pentucket Regional High School (24 Main St.) (9-12)

School Committee[edit]

The District is led by a nine-member School Committee, with three representatives from each town. They are elected by members of their respective towns for staggered two-year terms. As of 2012, the members are:[2]

  • Brian Page – Chairman
  • John Willett – Vice Chairman
  • Jill Eichhorst – Secretary
  • Wayne Adams
  • Jayne Broz
  • Joseph D'Amore
  • Douglas Gelina
  • Chris Reading
  • Chris Wile

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