Thursday, August 26, 2010


Up All Night- thank you

To the Community of Beverly:

On Sunday, June 13, the Beverly High School Class of 2010 graduation was held, marking the 19th anniversary of the Beverly High School Up All Night Party. The mission has not changed over the years - providing a fun and safe celebration for the graduates, and to let them know that their hometown applauds their achievements.

The Up All Night Party was held once again at Cedardale Health and Fitness Club in Haverhill. This venue had much to offer, providing an exciting and entertaining night for the graduates. There was a pool, tennis, basketball, racquetball, inflatables, casino tables and more. A hilarious performance by a hypnotist was the perfect end to the evening.

We would like to thank all of the many local business and community leaders who generously donated funds and/or services to this event, including the Beverly Police Department, the Serpa Family owners of Dunkin’ Donuts, Paul Guanci and Casual Catering, Inc., Steve Jones and Cherry Farm Creamery, Beverly Driving School, Bass Haven Yacht Club, Arts Supplies Wholesale, Beverly Rotary Club Foundation, Inc., Beverly Kiwanis Foundation, Fashion Tailoring, The Italian Community Center, Liberty Lodge of Masons, Beverly Cooperative Bank, Danversbank, North Shore Bank, Salem Five, Burlington Physical Therapy, P.C., Mary Cotraro – Remax, David Pinciaro, CPA, Lakeview Motor Lodge, Leslie Ray Insurance, Kellco Management, Inc., The Remodeling Company, Casa de Moda, Beverly Driving School, Beverly Garden Suites, Fortunato Insurance Agency, Inc.- Jean Paddol, Gorton’s, Grondin Funeral Home, Dominoes Pizza, Jack Altshuler, Attorney at Law, Edward Doherty, Attorney at Law, Beverly Church of the Nazarene, The Second Congregational Church, Church in the Cove, Immanuel Church, Garden City Pediatrics, Northeast Health System, Powers & Sullivan, Essex County OB/GYN Assoc., Dr. Donald LeClair, DMD, Drs. Kaplan & Sozanski, Salem Plumbing Supply, Todd’s Sporting Goods, Paul Manzo, Wesley Slate, Mayor Scanlon, The Beverly High School PTSO, Briscoe PTO, Ayers Ryal Side PTO, North Beverly PTO, Centerville PTO,.

We would also like to thank all of the following individuals and Beverly High School families who donated funds and /or time to sponsor this event: Adler, Albano, Atherton, Avigian, Bailey, Ballou, Benjamin, Binns, Bolger, Brennan, Brock, Butler, Campbell, Carito, Carnevale, Chan, Chapman, Close, Colman, Cookson, Coz, Crowell, Darr, DeCourcy, Dubois, Dyer, Flannery, Frazier, French, Gallione, Giacalone, Gilligan, Hutchinson, Imperiali, Johnston, Joy, Kluge, Konaxis, Lang, Leathersich, Lindsay, Littlefield, Loubris, Maggiocomo, Majeskey, Malloy, Manuel, Manzi, Moffie, Mooney, Olson, O’Neil, Ortins, Nicolaysen, Ranta, Richardson, Robichaud, Sarcione, Shea, Spencer, Spiridigliozzi, Stains, Standley, Swiniuch, Tibbets, Trowt, Wioncek. Please forgive any omissions.

This event would not be possible without the chaperones who stayed “up all night”: Anne Barbin, Suzanne Beaudoin, Kathy Carnevale, Annemarie Cesa, Pam Constantine, Marilyn Deschenes, Kate Dwyer, Barb Fecteau, Cindy Halpern, Beverly Leclerc, Martha Lewis, Stacey McHugh, Donna Michaud, Sarah Mitchell, Maureen Nardella, Mary Neagle, Mercene Perry, Debbie Petroccione, Tracey Rosenberry, Dianne Salmonsen, Lynne Scouras, Shannon Silvestri, Maureen Von Zweck and Lisa & Joe Willwerth.

We look forward to furthering this unique partnership of community to support future high school graduates. Our committee will be meeting this fall to plan the 2011 event. Please contact Lisa Willwerth at if you are interested in joining our planning committee or would like to contribute to this event.

Thank you,
Lisa Willwerth for the Up All Night Committee


Wednesday, August 18, 2010


Open House-Sept.13th

Beverly High School will hold an Open House on Monday, September 13th from 6:30 to 8:30 at Beverly High School. Parents and guardians are invited to follow their son/daughter's schedule and meet their teachers. Principal Gallagher and BHS administration will also be available. This evening is not an opportunity to hold a conference about an individual student. Staff members will be glad to arrange a separate appointment for concerns about an individual student.


Sunday, August 15, 2010


Faculty news

Science department faculty member, George Collison, was invited by the United States Agency for International Education to assist the science segment of the Ministry of Education in Ethiopia in Addis Abbaba with writing a teacher's handbook for physics education grades 5 through 8. Dr. Collison will collaborate with members of the physics department at the University of Abbada as well as physics educators at the Department of Education.



Parking and traffic information

Parking spots will be sold to seniors first. Purchase dates will be scheduled for August 24, 25, 26 in C Wing Office from 9am-12pm. Seniors have priority for parking spaces. After the first week of school, available parking spaces will be open for juniors.

To purchase a parking spot, students should bring a copy of driver’s license, vehicle registration and a check made out to Beverly Public Schools for $175.

The front parking area and rotary of the high school are closed off due to construction. A student pick up and drop off area will be designated on Panther Way on the side where the solar panels are located.



School Opening

The first day of school for Beverly High School freshmen will be held on Tuesday, August 31. The Freshmen Orientation Day will begin at 8:15. Upperclassmen will greet and direct freshmen as they enter the building. Students will be dismissed at 2:33.

All students, freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors will report to school on Wednesday, September 1st at 8:15.


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