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FY19 Budget Development: Important Update

Good Afternoon, As everyone prepares to enjoy vacation week next week, I want to provide an update on the budget development process to ensure everyone is clear on what will happen from today through the final budget being in place by this coming summer. I apologize in advance for the lengthy email, but feel it […]

Triton Alumni Youngest Competitors Ever in NESN Video Contest

Have you heard? Class of 2017 Triton alumni Emily and Hannah Reilly will be featured on this season of “NESN Next Producer.” The TV show features college film makers in the sports genre who compete for a cash award and a job offer from New England Sports Network. As part of the competition, they were […]

Video: Protecting Teens from Rx Opioids

The Opioid Epidemic has risen to staggering levels in the United States, leaving many parents wondering how to protect their children. The MA Department of Public Health has put out the following video which serves as a great resource on how to decrease the chances of prescription drug addiction in our youth. By taking proactive […]

We Need Your Help!

We want to thank those of you who came out to the Forum on Regional Finance last Thursday with our state auditor, Suzanne Bump and our full legislative delegation. With over 150 in attendance, I also know there were many who wanted to attend but couldn’t, and some of you were were watching online. As a […]

Triton Sends Students to DECA State Finals

Triton Regional High School brought 45 students to the DECA DISTRICT competition at Endicott College on January 8th. DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) is a Entrepreneur and Leadership training program that holds competitions at Local, State, and National Levels throughout the country. Students create business and marketing plans, deliver professional presentations, and role-play interview […]

Triton named to College Board’s AP Honor Roll

We are pleased to report that Triton is one of 447 school districts in the U.S. and Canada being honored by the College Board with placement on the 8th Annual AP® District Honor Roll. To be included on the 8th Annual Honor Roll, Triton Regional High School had to, since 2015, increase the number of […]

Save the Date – January 25, 2018!

Please save the date and time of Thursday, January 25, 2018 at 6:30 PM. On October 18, 2017 the Massachusetts State Auditor Suzanne Bump issued a report titled “Supporting Student and Community Success: Updating the Structure and Finance of Massachusetts Regional School Districts.” (click to read). The report documents the unique challenges faced by regional schools and their member towns, issues that we […]

High School Students Participate in Wind Energy Project

Exciting things are happening at Triton! This year, the Applied Mathematics students are participating in a Project Based Learning experience related to designing, building, and testing home built wind generators.  Their math lessons are designed around wind energy, and cover topics including measuring techniques, unit conversions, rotational equilibrium, torque, wind pressure, force, volume, mass, density, […]

New Program Initiated around 40 Developmental Assets Approach

I apologize for the length of this message, but it contains very important details about a new effort underway. I am writing with information regarding a newly formed regional partnership aimed at strengthening the likelihood of success for our students in school and as members of the community. This regional effort, the Essex County Asset Builder […]

Musical Instrument Donation to Triton Elementary Schools

The Triton community is beyond grateful to be the recipient of a generous donation of 15 woodwind instruments from the Richard Kaplan Instrument Scholarship Fund in memory of SES alum, Dick Kaplan.  Sisters Abby Kaplan Broughton, Laura Valme, and Melinda Kouloheras, raised over $2700 through a GoFundMe campaign to purchase the instruments & distribute them in […]