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Superintendent's Corner
Dr. Steven Hiersche
Superintendent of Schools
shiersche@beverlyschools.org
978-921-6100  


Congratulations!

As I finish over 5 years in Beverly, I want to take time to congratulate Dr. Suzanne Charochak who will begin as Superintendent, July 1.  I know I join all of the administrators, teachers and staff who are excited about the next several years under her leadership.  Dr. Charochak's commitment to the students in Beverly goes back many years.  While our students continue to be successful, there remains much to do.  Dr. Charochak is committed to equity and believes all students can achieve.  Additionally, she will be supported by a very strong Central Office Team and a talented district leadership team that is so invested in the success of our children.  It has been a pleasure to work in Beverly and I know the students are in good hands!

Digital Etiquette

The year is full of events and performances at the schools.  It is a time to enjoy the accomplishments of our students. Remember in this digital age there is Digital Etiquette to follow:

Digital etiquette maintains that someone who takes a picture/video should always ask the people in that picture/video for permission before posting it on the internet.   Parents often post pictures/videos from sporting events, recitals, birthday parties, and school functions online.  If those pictures/videos include other children, the parent needs to obtain permission from the parents of ALL students involved.  

We need families, teachers, and community members to be aware of this policy when they are at school events such as grade level programs, field day, field trips, and even when visiting our classrooms and cafeteria.  We have parents who prefer that their child's picture/video not be posted online.  If you take pictures please do not share them online without consent from the parents of students pictured.

This is not just a school issue.  It is a community issue, as we want all children to be both safe and respected.  





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