Marblehead Charter students back in class

Marblehead Charter students returned to class on Monday with music and more. Check out the photo gallery below.

“Marblehead Community Charter Public School’s first day of school opening ceremonies truly filled the air with joy and happiness as 180 eager students were warmly welcomed into their classrooms,” Interim Head of School Stephanie Brant told the Current. “The ambiance was festive, accompanied by music that set the tone for the day.

“A highlight of the event was an informative presentation by Captain Seamus Daly of the Glover’s Regiment, where he shared the significance of the Regiment and its connection to Marblehead’s role in the American Revolution,” Brant added. “Over 225 students, families, staff and community members came together to participate.”

In other Marblehead public schools, students in grades 1-12 return Tuesday, Sept. 5, while kids in pre-K and kindergarten start Thursday, Sept. 7.

Photos by Anne Loretan.

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Editor Leigh Blander is an experienced TV, radio and print journalist who has written hundreds of stories for local newspapers, including the Marblehead Reporter.

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