Natalie Belli: “Years later, my kids still tell stories about what they learned in Mrs. Belli’s class"
Michael Giardi: “He Puts His All Into Teaching”
Sara Berkowitz: “A Friend to All Those Who Come Through Her Doors”
Candice Sliney: "A True Professional With Insight, Knowledge, and Fairness"
First Candidate for School Committee Announces Campaign
Robert Dillon: Born to Teach
Select Board Approves ‘Dangerous Dog’ Determination for Nala
School Committee Proposes Override, Expresses Discontent with Town Financial Management
At the School Committee meeting on Thursday, March 2, 2023, much of the discussio
Will DEI Be a Central Focus of High School Principal Search Committee?
Marblehead Dog Nala Designated "Dangerous" at Hearing
Dangerousness Hearing Scheduled for Marblehead Dog
Three Drop Out, Seven Remaining School Committee Candidates to be Interviewed Monday Night
Marblehead's Educational Outcomes vs. Comparable Districts: Part III
Marblehead Spends More Per Student But Pays Teachers Less Than Most Comparable Towns
Marblehead High School Fall Athletics Season Over
Marblehead Schools Second to Last Against Comparable Districts
Introducing Marblehead Beacon’s Multi-Part Series: Focus on Our Schools
Educational Philosophy and Leveled Classes: Part II of Conversation with School Leaders
Marblehead School Committee Seeks Applicants for Vacant Seat
Forum Participants Support ADUs for Affordable Housing and Diversity
Marblehead Planning Board Emphasizes Need for Community Input on ADUs
Girls Volleyball Finishes Season with Just Four Losses
Boys Varsity Soccer Ends Season 9-7-3
Marblehead Introduces New K-6 Report Card System: “It came from teachers”
MHS Varsity Boys Soccer Ends Winless Streak in Victory over Salem
Marblehead Varsity Volleyball now 8-2 After Beverly Victory
MHS Implements New Security, Cell Phone, Attendance Policies
MHS Girls Varsity Soccer Team Now 3-2-1
Jewish Community Plans Rally in Response to Anti-Semitic Incident This Weekend
MHS Varsity Volleyball Team Wins Against Reigning NEC Champions
Marblehead Varsity Boys Soccer Team Off to Great Start
Massachusetts Boys State: A Life-Changing Experience
Amanda Murphy: "I Hate the Golden Rule"
The Cartwheeling Principal: Daniel Bauer
Exactly what is Proposition 2 1/2?
After AG Disciplinary Ruling, Board of Health Faces New Complaint
Marblehead Voices Opinions on Transfer Station Hours
Marblehead's All Star 8 Year Olds Win State Baseball Championship
Marblehead’s Reaction to SCOTUS Abortion Ruling
School Committee Meeting - New Chair and Vice Chair Named
Principal Sean Satterfield: 24 Years Spent Serving Marblehead
LAX Coach John Wilkens: 21 Years Spotting and Nurturing Talent
Marblehead High School (MHS) is home to many noteworthy athletic teams.
Marblehead Beacon Candidate Profiles
Fifth Time’s a Charm…or Is It?
MHS Class of 2022 Graduates!
Member for1 year 3 months
Jared is currently a senior at Marblehead High School and will be attending Cornell University as part of the class of 2027. He has lived in Marblehead for his entire life, and has always maintained an interest in the town’s local government. His other interests include national current events and politics as well as photo and video production and post processing. He is also proficient in multiple programming languages and is interested in 3D modeling and printing. He recently taught an introductory 3D printing class at the Abbot Public Library for students in grades four through six. He is additionally involved in the Marblehead High School Math Team is serving as the club’s captain for the current school year.
Jared has been involved in news production since his freshman year of high school through his involvement in school newspaper both as a writer and a photographer. This was his first opportunity to report on the news, and his positive experience sparked an interest that led to his involvement in Marblehead Beacon.
Another of his major interests is in all aspects of soccer. He has been playing for more than 10 years and began refereeing for Marblehead Youth Soccer in 2016. He has been involved with the program ever since, including playing varsity soccer at Marblehead High School and serving as a coach for a team of seventh and eighth graders who made it to the regional finals.