The Triton Regional Middle School in partnership with students, families, and the community is committed to the development of independent learners who respect differences and value academic excellence. A highly qualified staff nurtures intellectual, social, emotional, and physical growth in the pursuit of developing responsible citizens and lifelong learners.

Weekly Notes 11/14/2016
 If you have any interest in having your 8th grader attend the Quebec Trip please go to the link below and Register your student. PLEASE DO NOT PAY!!!!!  We have to have at least 90 participants for the trip to take place and we are trying to get an idea of the interest.  Again, only Register to show interest. DO NOT PAY!!!


  • The deadline to turn in an Applications and/or recommendations for Private Schools is Friday, December, 2nd.  The Guidance Dept will not accept after this date.  Please plan accordingly and make sure you include an addressed and stamped envelope for each school that is receiving the completed application and/or recommendation.
  • Winter sports registration is now open for the 2016-2017 season. In order to register for a winter sport please or register for one of our intramural programs please visit www.tritonschools.org/athletics.  
8th Grade Quebec Trip
Quebec Trip Registration Link

Here is the registration link:


Please do not pay.  We are trying to get a sense of the interest in this trip.  We need at least 90 participants in order for the trip to proceed.

Winter Sports

Winter sports registration is now open for the 2016-2017 season. In order to register for a winter sport please or register for one of our intramural programs please visit www.tritonschools.org/athletics.

In order to be able to tryout for one of our athletic teams student-athletes must submit the following three things to participate in athletics:

1) Completed online registration

2) Current Physical – All physicals need to be brought to the athletic office and given to Mr. McInnis or Ms Morris prior to student – athletes being able to practice. Coaches will not accept physicals. Coaches will receive an updated list of cleared athletes prior to each practice.  Student-athletes that have not been cleared by the athletic office will not be able to attend any part of the practice.

3) Current on all fees

*******All the steps above must be completed before a student- athlete is allowed to participate. Try outs begin on November 28, 2016. If you have not completed the steps above, the athlete will not be allowed to attend try outs.*****************************

In addition we will hold a non- mandatory information meeting for any student athlete to meet with their perspective coaches and obtain any vital information for the season.  This meeting will be held in the cafe from 2:20 – 2:40 on Monday October 31, 2016.

The Mandatory Student-Athlete / Parent meeting will be held on Thursday November 17, 2016 at 6:00 PM

in the High School Auditorium.

MIAA Sports Being Offered

Boys Basketball (High School & Middle School)

Girls Basketball (High School & Middle School)

Boys Ice Hockey (High School)

Cheerleading (High School)

Boys Indoor Track (High School)

Girls Indoor Track (High School)

Wrestling (High School)

Swim & Dive (High School)

Gymnastics  thru COOP with Hamilton-Wenham High School.  Please contact Hamilton-Wenham High School Athletics for registration information (high School) Contact – Craig Genualdo 978-468-0485

Ski Team thru COOP with Georgetown High School.  Please contact Georgetown High School Athletics for registration information (high School) Contact – Guy Prescott 978-353-5790

Girls Ice Hockey Team thru COOP with Masco High School.  Please contact Georgetown High School Athletics for registration information (high School) Contact – John Daileanes 978-887-2323

Middle School Intramural – No Physical needed 

Indoor Track (2 days a week) For more information please visit www.tritonschools.org/athletics

Viking Prep for success (2 days a week) For more information please visit www.tritonschools.org/athletics

Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns by calling 978-462-8174 or emailing sean.mcinnis@tritonschool.org

Thank you



 These MS students spent 6 weeks preparing more than 100 pies for the district’s COAs. The pies will be delivered for the Thanksgiving “Meals on Wheels” program.  Thank you Walter Hardy for seeing the need to give a traditional dessert on this day of giving.  Thank you to the cafe staff and maintenance staff for your sense of humor when we find pumpkin seeds days after the pumpkins have been cooked!


Thank you to all of the families who donated their coats to the Pettengill Coat Drive which was spearheaded by 8th grader Samantha Mariniello.  Samantha is going to be trying out for her Black Belt and in order to do this she had to coordinate a Community Service project.  Good Luck Sammi!!!!!!!!!

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