PreK-K Registration Form (Spanish)
Kindergarten Registration Form (Spanish)
Education of Homeless Students (Spanish)
- School Quality Policy Full-Day K Program (Spanish)
- Tuition Policy for Full-Day Kindergarten (Spanish)
- Tuition Insert for Full-Day K Letter (Spanish)
- Kindergarten Informational Night
- Full-Day Kindergarten Tuition Sliding Fee Scale
School Committee Goals
2010 - 2010
Approved May 20, 2010
Haverhill School Committee
Haverhill Public Schools’ Vision Statement
In partnership with our community the Haverhill Public Schools is committed to excellence in education and will meet and exceed the academic and developmental goals of success for all students.
Haverhill Public School system 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.
1. Maintain or lower class sizes.
2. Approve a strategic plan.
3. Approve a continuous improvement plan.
4. Substantially improve results on all measureable tests which are used to evaluate student achievement (i.e. MCAS).
5. Ensure a stable financial environment with a multi-year budget as presented by the administration.
6. Create a school system and not a system of schools to ensure that all Haverhill schools operate as one concise, comprehensive system. This goal will result in better coordination, effective expenditure and utilization of human and financial resources.
7. Increase the number of students to attend Haverhill High School year over year.
8. Create an alternative, more accountable program for those behavioral students at Haverhill High School who interfere with the educational process overall.
9. Continue efforts to make Haverhill High School, our “Flagship” school, a school of Academic Excellence, with attention to updating Textbooks and educational resources, class size, communication, and discipline issues.
10. Develop a leadership team that embraces student achievement and development so each student can reach their maximum potential.
11. Leverage available resources within the community to creatively address student achievement, professional development and educational resource needs, by building sustained partnerships within community based civic groups, local businesses, and overall citizenry.
12. Address student failure and drop-out rate by focusing on attendance issues, poor and under-performing students at all grades, to provide these students with alternative local and regional educational resources.
13. Build a curriculum oriented budget to support staff development and classroom resources.
14. Develop a renewable schedule to ensure SC goals are reviewed, student performances are discussed, Administration is evaluated, curriculum is reviewed for success, and academic and capital needs are communicated.
15. Review Accountability for the Superintendent, Principals and Teachers
Revised & Approved 05.20.10