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January 13, 2013

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HATHORNE — The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education will conduct a Coordinated Program Review of the Special Education, Civil Rights, Career Vocational Technical Education and English Language Learners programs at the Essex Agricultural and Technical School District during the week of Jan. 28. Such reviews are routinely conducted by the department to satisfy federal and state requirements.

The department will rate the implementation of each requirement reviewed during the visit. Both the department’s report and any subsequent corrective action plans are public information and will be available to the public upon request. Program Review Final Reports are also available on the department’s website at doe.mass.edu.

Any member of the public may request to be interviewed by telephone by a member of the department’s visiting team. Those wishing to be interviewed should call the office of Superintendent-Director Roger Bourgeois at 978-750-9213 no later than Jan. 25, or they may call the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education at 781-338-3723. A member of the visiting team will contact each person desiring an interview within two weeks after the completion of the onsite visit.

LAWRENCE — Adrian Pyke, a North Shore-based electrical engineer, has acquired Sanchez Associates of Lawrence from its founder, Albert Sanchez of Newburyport.

Going forward, the company will operate under the name Sanchez Microelectronics and will continue to provide hybrid integrated circuitry components used in the aeronautics, aerospace and defense sectors.

The company produces hybrid integrated circuits, which are compact electronic devices performing a range of functions in applications where space is a premium and where reliability is absolutely critical. Its products can be found in a variety of military and civilian applications, particularly avionics. It is certified as a military preferred supplier.

Although he relinquishes the CEO role, Sanchez will remain actively involved through a transition period and will also consult as needed in the future, assuring a continuity of service to current and future customers.

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