Mayor James J. Fiorentini has proclaimed Monday, June 11 as James Scully Day in the City of Haverhill. (WHAV News file photograph)
Saluting Scully! Ahead of Monday’s retirement party for outgoing city education chief James F. Scully, Mayor James J. Fiorentini has pronounced June 11, 2018 to be “Superintendent James F. Scully Day” in the City of Haverhill.
In honor of his eight years of service to the Haverhill Public Schools system, Fiorentini issued a proclamation read by Councilor Colin F. LePage at this week’s City Council meeting.
Fiorentini recognized Scully’s 48 years as an educator and praised his efforts to serve and care for Haverhill schoolchildren “with kindness and dedication,” LePage said.
“Superintendent of Haverhill Public Schools James F. Scully spent his whole personal and professional life and public servant always putting the needs of children and families before himself, and, now, therefore I, James J. Fiorentini, Mayor of the City of Haverhill, Massachusetts, do hereby declare Monday, June 11 Superintendent James F. Scully Day,” LePage recounted.
Members of the community plan to celebrate Scully Monday night at a retirement party at Bradford Country Club that starts at 6 p.m.
Margaret Marotta takes over as superintendent starting on July 1. She comes to Haverhill from the Salem, Mass., school system.