Gabriel Abbott Announces First Trimester Honor Roll

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FLORIDA, Mass. — Abbott Memorial School has announced the honor roll for the first trimester of the 2019-2020 school year.

Eighth Grade

High Honors: Chloe Boulger, Mikyra Burnell, Sara King, Katelyn Lavariere, Madison Rathbun and Grace Tower.

Honors: Brian Whitney

Seventh Grade

High Honors: Connor Poirot, Kundai Smith and Emma Vareschi.

Honors: Devin Rougeau

Merits: Kaley Bachand, Evan Fortini, Hailei McLain.

Sixth Grade

High Honors: Emerson Lane, Landon LeClair, Ryleigh Rathbun and Logan Irace.



Honors: Jackson Tower and Marley Miner.  

Merits: Jayse Ellsworth, Dylan Bourdon, Hunter Robert, Emma Gregory.

Fifth Grade

Honors: Julia Vareschi.

Merits: Lael Pavlak.

 


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MEMA Grant Puts Emergency Medical Kits in Pittsfield Schools

By Jack GuerinoiBerkshires Staff

Police Chief Michael Wynn, left, Fire Chief Thomas Sammons and Eric Lamoureaux, community coordinator for the Pittsfield Public Schools, at Monday's announcement. 
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — All city public schools will receive backpack trauma kits equipped to handle a multitude of emergency situations.
 
Fire Chief Thomas Sammons alongside Police Chief Michael Wynn and Eric Lamoureaux of the Pittsfield Public Schools announced Monday the delivery of 15 trauma kits that were secured through a Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency grant.
 
"This is a whole approach the city is taking in responding to an active shooter," Sammons said at Fire Department headquarters on Monday morning. "The Police and Fire Department have worked together on active shooter scenarios and these kits have a lot of the same items that we carry and deploy."
 
Sammons said the grant was submitted in the fall and was a joint effort between the Fire, Police, and School departments. The grant was $9,735 in total; each kit cost around $650.
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