Participating Districts: Cohort 1 (2018-2020)
Beverly Public Schools, based in Beverly, MA, serves over 4,500 PK-12 students across eight schools. Beverly Public Schools seeks to maximize academic achievement and personal growth to enable all students to compete in the global economy. Among Beverly's student population, 40.6% of students are high needs, while 25.4% of students are considered economically disadvantaged. 21% of students in the district have a disability.
Danvers Public Schools enrolls 3,481 PK-12 students across seven schools. Among the student population, 29.4% of Danvers students are designated as high needs and 16% have a disability. The Danvers Public School District is committed to serving students through four core values: caring, quality, commitment, and collaboration.
Gloucester Public Schools serves approximately 3,102 PK-12 students across eight schools. In 2018, the district was designated as requiring assistance by DESE. Among the student body, 51.7% is designated as high needs, while 26.4% of students have disabilities. The Gloucester Public School District is committed to fostering active partnerships with families and the community, honoring diversity, and meeting the academic, physical, social, and emotional developmental needs of all our students.
Haverhill Public Schools is dedicated to ensuring each learner meets or exceeds rigorous academic standards to become a citizen with integrity, skills, and the resources to succeed in the global community. The Haverhill Public School District enrolls over 8,000 PK-12 students across seventeen schools. Among the total student population, 59.7% of students are designated as high needs, and 22.9% have a disability.
Rockport Public Schools works to ensure all students pursue academic excellence, develop interpersonal skills, and value civic responsibility. The Rockport Public School District enrolls approximately 888 K-12 students across three schools. Among the total student population, 34% of students are high needs and 18% have disabilities.
Swampscott Public Schools serves over 2,200 PK-12 students across six schools. Among the student body, 33% of Swampscott students are designated as high needs, and 17.5% have a disability. The Swampscott Public School District works to ensure all students are supported to achieve success beyond graduation.