Therapeutic Education Assessment Center of Haverhill

Vision Statement

Students will improve overall independence through the development of social communication, academic, functional, life and vocational skills and effectively communicate their educational and social needs. This will be accomplished by providing various learning opportunities through an individualized skill-based, systematic educational experience and uniquely-tailored behavioral support plans.

All students will become positive members of the community while managing their daily life activities and learning to collaborate with others. Students’ achievements and success will be accomplished through a differentiated educational experience which includes exposure to the arts, vocational training, and a strategic learning approach.

 

  • Fun “Raiser”




    TEACH is having a “fun”draiser

    Don’t we all wanna have a little fun?

    Please Join us this Thursday, April 15, 2021 @ 8 pm via Zoom!


    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88236411553?pwd=cTJSMHRQQjVMS0tyUEZKRCt0U2pkdz09

    Meeting ID: 882 3641 1553
    Passcode: Sparkle

    In joint collaboration TouchStone Crystals and Color Street Nails

    will bring to you from the comfort of your home a way to Shower someone special with “mani” thanks and “glitz & glam”!!!!!

    The next few months are bringing us Mother’s Day, Teacher Appreciation, Nurses Week, birthdays and more…join us for the fun!

    Preview the merch!

    TouchStone Crystal
    http://www.touchstonecrystal.com/LUNBT080Spend $100 – and choose your next TCS full-priced jewel at 50% savings! 
    Color Street
    http://colorstreet.com/NikkiSW/party/2571692Buy 3 Get 1 FREE!

    Both Ladies are donating their commission to TEACH for Student Activities    

    Light it up BLUE for Autism Awareness Bundle

    Purchase this bundle and I will donate $5 extra to TEACH

    Long Time No SeaDripping in DiamondsHow Swede It IsSpace Case
    Beijing BeautyGreeking OutChilladelphiaBelgian Buttercup

    Purchase this Puzzle Piece Necklace as a symbol of autism awareness

    $5 will be given to the school for each puzzle piece necklace purchased!

  • AUTISM

  • Autism Awareness

  • April Calendar

  • Doug Flutie Foundation for Autism

    Our own Sammi Sanford made her debut at Jersey Mike’ in Beverly. She sang two songs for a fundraiser for the Doug Flutie Foundation for Autism.

  • Attendance Award to Preston Hauser.

  • Note from the Superintendent

    Dear Haverhill Public Schools Staff,

    As you probably know, the rate of COVID-19 infection in our community and throughout our country continues to climb. Haverhill is currently at an 11.2% COVID-19 testing positivity rate. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) indicators and thresholds for risk of transmission of COVID-19 in schools, this places our community at the highest risk level for transmission. Even more concerningly, as we listen to the media and the experts, we hear that infection rates are likely to climb in the short term due to the holidays.  

     Knowing that Haverhill’s rate of illness was climbing, the School Committee called a meeting last night to discuss and review information related to our return to in-person learning.

    At the meeting, a revision in the learning plan following the winter break was approved. The return to school plan is as follows:

    • Monday, January 4, 2021 – Remote Learning All Cohorts 
    • Tuesday, January 19, 2021 – Cohort C PreK–12: In-person Learning (others continue remote) 
    • Monday, January 25, 2021 – Cohort A & B K–8: Hybrid Learning (HHS continues remote) 
    • Monday, February 1, 2021 – Haverhill High School Hybrid Learning
    • Remote Learning Academy will continue as scheduled

    Important information about COVID-19 infection rates in our schools and community was also presented at the meeting, as well as information about moving toward “pool testing” as one tool in returning to in-person learning. As we return from the holiday break, I will be sharing more information about “pool testing” so that families and staff can make informed decisions about participation in the effort. Like all COVID-19 testing, pool testing is voluntary and requires parental consent. To review information from last night’s meeting, please view COVID Update PowerPoint Presentation. In addition, recordings of all recent school committee meetings can be viewed on HC Media at http://haverhillcommunitytv.org/category/government/school-committee.

    Thank you all for your continued support during this time, and I wish you all a healthy and peaceful new year.

    Warmest Regards,

     Margaret Margaret Marotta EdD
    Superintendent of Schools 
    Haverhill Public Schools
    4 Summer St.Haverhill MA 01830
    978-374-3405
    margaret.marotta@haverhill-ps.org

    If you have any questions, please call Ken McDowell
    978-469-8735

    978-914-3024

    kenneth.mcdowell@haverhill-ps.org

  • GingerBread House Contest

    Best Effort Room 102 You won a pancake breakfast!

    Most Traditional Room 103 You won an Ice Cream Party!

    Most imaginable Room 203 You won a Pizza Party!

    Room 201 Best Display! You won a movie and popcorn day!

    Room 202 Most Edible! You won a pizza party!

  • Immunization

  • How To Fight The Flu

(978) 374-3400
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