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Welcome to Triton

We are a PK-12 regional school
district in pursuit of excellence
through common purpose,
student engagement, and
rigorous programs for all
students.

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Our Commitment

An unwavering focus on our
students developing into life-long
learners, through an engaged,
professional learning community.

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Our Programs

Dedicated to providing breadth
and rigor in learning opportunities
for all students, at all levels, both
inside and outside the classroom.

Learn More >

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Our Partners

Support of our schools is the
cornerstone of our success.
We celebrate the strong
contributions made by our
families and our communities.




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Welcome to Triton

We are a PK-12 regional school
district in pursuit of excellence
through common purpose,
student engagement, and
rigorous programs for all
students.

Learn More >

slide1

Our Commitment

An unwavering focus on our
students developing into life-long
learners, through an engaged,
professional learning community.

Learn More >

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Our Programs

Dedicated to providing breadth
and rigor in learning opportunities
for all students, at all levels, both
inside and outside the classroom.

Learn More >

Slide background

Our Partners

Support of our schools is the
cornerstone of our success.
We celebrate the strong
contributions made by our
families and our communities.




Learn More

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Welcome to Triton

We are a PK-12 regional school
district in pursuit of excellence
through common purpose,
student engagement, and
rigorous programs for all
students.

Learn More >

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Our Commitment

An unwavering focus on our
students developing into life-long
learners, through an engaged,
professional learning community.

Learn More >

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Our Programs

Dedicated to providing breadth
and rigor in learning opportunities
for all students, at all levels, both
inside and outside the classroom.

Learn More >

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Our Partners

Support of our schools is the
cornerstone of our success.
We celebrate the strong
contributions made by our
families and our communities.




Learn More

Serving Newbury, Rowley, and Salisbury, MA

Welcome to Triton Regional School District. Three communities with a mission to unite in supporting the development of engaged, successful, responsible, resilient learners; well-prepared to be ethical, empathetic, and contributing citizens.

Recent News

Recent News

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The 7th Annual Greater Newburyport PMC Kids Ride will be held…

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Newbury, Rowley, and Salisbury Election Information

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Triton Students Win Statewide Stock Market Game

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Students inducted into Foreign Language National Honor Society

Congratulations to the nineteen students who were recently inducted…

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Newbury, Rowley, and Salisbury Town Meeting and Election Information

Newbury Annual & Special Town Meeting: April 24, 2018 7:00…

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New To Triton?

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The Triton Regional School District serves the Massachusetts coastal towns of NewburyRowley and Salisbury. Located in the northeast corner of the state, these three communities provide a distinct population of students to the school district. With all three rural towns dating back to the 1630’s, the area is rich in historical traditions and attractions which add to the academic experience of our students.

The District is comprised of one elementary school in each town ranging in population from 450 to 525 students in Pre-Kindergarten through grade 6. Upon completing the sixth grade, students attend the Triton Regional Middle School which houses approximately 425 students in grades 7 and 8. Sharing the same campus in Byfield, the Triton Regional High School houses around 750 students in grades 9 through 12. The total student population of the district is approximately 2,675 students from Preschool through the 12th grade.

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Homework Review

UPDATE: February, 2018

Meetings have been ongoing and consistent, but slow in that the discussion has been around the beliefs about homework. A parent survey is being drafted, and that is set to be released in March. Minutes from the meetings can be found here:

Google Folder: Homework WG Minutes

The full group meetings are scheduled monthly and will be meeting at 6:30 PM in the High School Library on the following dates:

  • Monday, February 26, 2018 Cancelled: Survey finalized, will be sent to community, and results reviewed at 3/26 meeting. 
  • Monday, March 26, 2018
  • Monday, April 30, 2018
  • Monday, May 21, 2018

OVERVIEW:

The TRSD Homework Policy (linked) was last reviewed and adopted by the School Committee in August, 2012. At that time, a review was conducted by the Superintendent and leadership, and included a formal process to review and gather feedback on the expectations and assumptions with the faculty, parents, and community at large. The purpose of this current review is not to assume changes need to be made, but to expand the discussion on the purpose and expectations of homework to the larger community. By doing so, the hope is that we gain consensus on the purpose and expectations of homework that will drive any necessary policy revisions, and more importantly, to bring consistency to the expectations of homework across grade levels/spans.

CHARGE:

To review current research and thinking on the purpose and best practice of work completed outside class time, measured against personal experiences within the group and those you represent, and make a recommendation on best practice moving forward.

Recommendation should include:

  • Purpose of Homework by Grade Level
  • Frequency of Homework by Grade Level
  • Implications of Homework on Grading and Reporting
  • Exceptions to the Agreed Expectations

TIMELINE:

The goal is to have a recommendation for policy changes for the May 9, 2018 School Committee meeting, followed by a late May Public Hearing/Forum, followed by a final vote if there are any policy changes on June 13, 2018. New expectations would go into effect on September 1, 2018.

Elementary Subgroup:   (Chair, NES Principal Beth Yando)

  • NEXT MEETINGS: October 26th & November 14th – Both at 6:30 PM – Both at Newbury Elementary School in the Downstairs Conference Room

Middle School Subgroup:  (Chair, MS Principal Alan MacRae)

  • NEXT MEETINGS: November 7th & November 21st – Both at 4:30 PM – Both at the Middle School in the Library

High School Subgroup:  (Chair, HS Principal Tim Ruggere)

  • NEXT MEETINGS: November 2nd & November 16th – Both at 3:30 PM – Both at the High School in the Library Conference Room, L106

Each group will keeping notes that posted in this Google Drive Folder to ensure the larger community is kept up to date on the progress of the group(s).

Public Records

For inquiries about accessing public records, please contact Triton’s Records Access Officer, Michelle Cresta at Michelle.Cresta@tritonschools.org or via phone at (978) 465-2397.

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2017 – 2018 District Strategy for Improvement

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