November Senior Social Welcomes Everett High School Graduating Class of 1971
Mayor Carlo DeMaria and The Council on Aging would like to extend an invitation to Everett High School‘s graduating class of 1971 in celebration of their 50th year. Our event takes place Wednesday November 17, 2021 beginning at 12 noon, Anthony’s Restaurant, 105 Canal Street in Malden. You will enjoy a delicious Thanksgiving Dinner with all the fixings, along with dancing to The Palace’s own Dj Chris Fiore and The Ray Cavicchio Band. Ticket sales are November 8,9,11th and 12th in The Connolly Center, 90 Chelsea Street in Everett. For additional information please call 617.394.2260 or 617.394.2323.
Johnson Makes Dean’s List
Nathan Johnson of Everett, made the Dean’s List for the summer term at University of Maryland Global Campus. To be eligible for the honor, a student must have completed at least six credits during the term, earned a grade point average of at least 3.5 for the term, and maintained a cumulative GPA of 3.5 at UMGC.
Established in 1947, University of Maryland Global Campus is a world leader in innovative educational models, with award-winning online programs in disciplines including biotechnology, cybersecurity, data analytics, and information technology that are in high demand in today’s increasingly technical, global workplace.
With an enrollment of some 90,000 students, UMGC offers open access with a global footprint and a specific mission-to meet the learning needs of students whose responsibilities may include jobs, family, and military service. The university offers both undergraduate and graduate degree and certificate programs, including doctoral programs.
Community Meetings Happening Saturday October 23
97 Summer Street Lot:
Mayor DeMaria and City Administration invite members of the Summer Street neighborhood to join them for an informal discussion regarding the future of the lot at 97 Summer Street lot. The meeting will take place from 9:00AM-10:00AM in front of Buccis. All are welcome! Come ready to share your ideas and thoughts!
Park Road Park:
Mayor DeMaria and City Administration invite members of the Park Road neighborhood to join them for an informal discussion regarding the future of the Park Road Park. The meeting will take place from 10:30AM-11:30AM at the park on Park Road. All are welcome! Come ready to share your ideas and thoughts!
Team Capone hosts Haitian Culture Celebration
Please join Mayoral Candidate Fred Capone for a celebration of Haitian culture this Saturday, October 23, 2021 at 5 pm. The event will be held at Campaign headquarters located at 142 School Street. There will be authentic Haitian food and music. Please stop by to experience a little Haitian culture and have some fun.
MVRCS Seniors Earn Adams Scholarship
Thirty-three members of Mystic Valley Regional Charter School’s Class of 2022 received the John and Abigail Adams Scholarship, it was announced recently by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. The 33 students represents over half of MVRCS’ total graduating class, making the school one of a select few throughout the Commonwealth in which a majority of its graduating seniors received the scholarship award. The scholarship entitles the graduate to four years of tuition assistance at any Massachusetts state college or university.
“The Adams Scholarship is the culmination of many years of hard work not only on behalf of these young men and women but by our faculty, staff and administrators,” Director/Superintendent Alex Dan said. “We are so proud of each and every one of the members of the Class of 2022 as they join a long list of MVRCS alumni to achieve the distinction.”
Because only 25 percent of any given district’s students are eligible for the John and Abigail Adams Scholarship (each city is capped at 25% regardless of where those students attend school), the fact that 54 percent of MVRCS’ Class of 2022 earned this designation firmly proves that the school delivers a far more rigorous education when compared to its sending districts.
“Receiving the list and informing the student and their families of this great honor never gets old,” Matthew Stone, MVRCS’ Assistant Director said. “The accomplishment serves as validation when it comes to our academic approach not only in our High School building but on our Lower School campus.”
Since 1998, MVRCS has been delivering a world-class education characterized by a well- mannered, disciplined and structured academic climate. The school is stepped in core virtues and fundamental ideals of our American Culture which are embodied in both the Declaration of Independence and Constitution.
Class of 2020 John and Abigail Adams Scholarship Recipients from Everett include: