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Equity Coordinators Mr Guzzio and Grasso Mrs. Helen Gorman
Administrative Corner
The start of the school year is a time of great contradictions.  It can be exciting and scary, overly regimented and chaotic.  The staff of Beverly High School has worked consistently over the summer to be sure that we have a successful beginning of school.  Our custodians have been sprucing up the building; our teachers have collaborated with each other on curriculum and assessment; guidance counselors have met with families to review course selections, and the administrative team has organized the schedule, hired staff and ordered materials and supplies.  The BHS community is eagerly waiting to welcome our students to the 2019-2020 school year and  to prepare another senior class to move into the world of college and career.  We work toward a common purpose of creating success for our students.

Beverly High school has created a Vision of the Graduate which describes our expectations for students. The Vision of the Graduate states the skills, dispositions and understandings that our students will attain by the time they graduate Beverly High School.  Beverly High School's Vision of the Graduate states...
  • The Beverly High School graduate is a  problem solver who thinks critically and communicates effectively.
  • The graduate exhibits responsibility and empathy in attitude and behavior.
  • The graduate understands the importance of inclusivity and community engagement.

Our intent this school year is to focus our efforts on developing the ideas, curriculum, resources and supports that help our graduate to attain these expectations. This will require discussion, reflection and action. It will be messy and challenging but also rewarding. We are ready to begin, and as Sendak said Where the Wild Things Are, "Let the wild rumpus start!"