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October 25, 2013

After tragedy, community unites to heal

Principal calls for students to return to Danvers High

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Finally, Ambrozavitch noted that she’s never been a supporter of Halloween observances. But in this case, she cited the importance of sustaining student traditions. “And they start doing their costumes in the ninth grade,” she said, earning, at last, a laugh. “I love the kids in Danvers High School.”

“I think Danvers High School is phenomenal,” said parent Joyce St. Hilaire, after the meeting. “The school system here is outstanding. They constantly go above and beyond the call the duty.”

“I thought they did a good job,” said Kim Spicer of the presentation. “They do the best they can.”

Numerous public officials attended the event, including Town Manager Wayne Marquis, Superintendent Lisa Dana, School Committee Chairman Eric Crane and Rep. Ted Speliotis.

 

 

 

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