Chief Steven A. Skory, Superintendent of Schools Doug Lyons and Superintendent David DiBarri report that police and schools in the Town of Wakefield are working closely to ensure the safety and wellness of students and staff as the nation faces the tragedy in Uvalde, Texas. As the heartbreaking and senseless news from Texas continues to
WAKEFIELD — Superintendent David DiBarri is pleased to share that Northeast Metro Tech Culinary students created dishes for a community tasting fundraising event last month. On Thursday, April 7, culinary students served handmade chocolate whoopie pies with marshmallow filling rolled in colorful sprinkles to attendees of the annual “A Taste of Spring” tasting event at Crowne
WAKEFIELD — Superintendent David DiBarri is deeply saddened to report that one of Northeast Metro Tech’s most beloved teachers, Raymond S. Nicolosi Jr., died on Friday at age 46 after a long battle with cancer. “It fills me with a deep sense of sorrow to report to the community that Ray Nicolosi passed away after
WAKEFIELD – The loved ones of students in Northeast Metro Tech’s cosmetology program were invited to the school last week for a day of beauty in celebration of Mothers Day. On Friday, May 6, the cosmetology program welcomed 11 guests, who were gifted a variety of services that students have been working to master. The
WAKEFIELD – Baseball fields in three Northeast Metro Tech communities will soon boast brand new dugouts, once the work of juniors and seniors in Northeast’s carpentry program is done. Last summer, Reading Little League President Mike Wondolowski reached out to Northeast’s Department Head of Carpentry, Richard McGuiness, to inquire about students’ availability to construct new
WAKEFIELD — Superintendent David DiBarri and Wakefield Police Chief Steven A. Skory report that Wakefield Police are actively investigating after an act of vandalism was discovered Thursday morning. On Thursday, as employees and students were arriving for the school day, school officials discovered a broken window and damage to a school conference room. The Wakefield
Dear Parent/Guardian: I am writing to let you know that the Northeast Metro Tech will adopt a “masking optional” policy when students return from February vacation. The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has decided to let the current mask mandate expire on Monday, Feb. 28, after consultation with medical experts and state health officials.
Northeast Metro Tech will be closed on Friday, Feb. 4 Forecasts call for freezing rain throughout the day. The decision to close school was made to ensure our students, faculty, and staff remain safe. Be careful tomorrow and enjoy the weekend.
WAKEFIELD – Superintendent David DiBarri, on behalf of the Northeast Metropolitan Vocational Technical School Committee, releases the following statement: “We are deeply grateful to the voters in our 12 sending communities for their participation in today’s vote, their collective support of a new school building, and for securing a vision for a 21st-century career technical