Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Last year, the office of Norfolk County District Attorney Michael Morrissey awarded grants to all school districts that applied for support for safe and substance-free graduation events.
The following press release was submitted by the Norfolk County District Attorney's Office. Do you have something you'd like to share? Upload your announcement here. Norfolk County District Attorney Michael W. Morrissey is renewing his support for local communities that provide safe and substance-free high school graduation events. A request for grant applications was recently sent to all Norfolk County superintendents, offering to help purchase food, supplies, entertainment or other necessities. Morrissey supplied “Operation Graduation” grants to help communities organize safe and substance-free after-graduation parties to all 15 Norfolk County schools that applied last year. “The parents and educators who work together to organize these…
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Grant money will be used to purchase and install security cameras, digital recorder and monitor at Foxborough High School.
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Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Editor's note: The following press release was submitted for publication by the Norfolk County District Attorney's office. National and local experts on school safety issues – ranging from violent intruder defense strategies and protecting schools from explosives to the more subtle violence of bullying in cyberspace and in middle school – came together with more than 150 local educators and police at District Attorney Michael W. Morrissey’s 2012 School Security Summit last week. Six from Foxborough attended and came away with news that the town is receiving a School Security grant from Morrissey for $2,000 for the purchase and installation of security cameras, digital recorder and monitor at Foxborough High School. The grants are drawn on …
Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Foxborough High School celebrated its 137th annual commencement exercises on Sunday.
Seniors at Foxborough High School celebrated their graduation on Sunday, June 12 at the Dana-Farber Field House, Gillette Stadium.
Foxborough High School's Class of 2011 graduated Sunday at the Dana Farber Field House.
"[We are all Warriors]," said Foxborough High School Class President Chelsea Laracy in a dynamic ending to her graduation speech. With signature "Warrior Pride," the Foxborough High School Class of 2011 celebrated their many achievements as individuals and a class at graduation Sunday afternoon. For the first time in FHS memory, the school celebrated it's 137th annual commencement exercises off of school property. Because the floor of the high school gymnasium is being replaced, the Kraft Group generously donated the use of the Dana-Farber field house at Gillette Stadium. 215 Foxborough graduates stood enthusiastically on stage in front of family, friends, faculty, and community members. Superintendent Christopher Martes and school board …