Prior to our departure from school, Brody Hawkes, a vivacious and gregarious first grade student at Newbury Elementary School, was named by the School Committee as Student of the Month. While Brody has many strengths, enthusiasm for life might be his greatest. Learning is sometimes tough for Brody, however, this six-year-old is rarely deterred. “He […]
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Last year Student Council President, Lily Fullford worked with staff member Stacey Beaulieu to start a tradition called The Viking Day of Giving. Lily’s original thought was to have groups of Triton students go out and volunteer in the community, yet ultimately the decision was made to stay focused on things that could be done […]
Congratulations to PGS First Grader Hannah Earley who was chosen as February’s Student of the Month by the Triton School Committee. Hannah was nominated by her first grade teacher, Lisa Manganello for her amazing attitude towards learning and her confidence to never give up, even when things may not come easy to her. “She has […]
For many people, the idea of the “school committee” is somewhat elusive. You know it’s there. You think it’s important. But other than that, you don’t know much about it. In fact, not only is it important, but there are ways and reasons that you can and perhaps should get involved. The Triton Regional School […]
We would like to recognize and congratulate our most recent Students of the Month, Ryan Lattig and Kyle Odoy. Ryan Lattig, a member of Triton’s class of 2020, was nominated by high school English teacher Erin Dempsey and acknowledged by the School Committee in November. Ms. Dempsey described Ryan as a student for whom concepts did not come […]
As we continue our district wide year of service at Triton, and we approach our next National Day of Service, MLK Day, our students are involved in a variety of service projects to remember and serve. Here’s what’s happening around the district: Salisbury Elementary School is running a “Toiletry” drive and will be creating hygiene gift […]
The three Triton elementary school PTA’s have recently been recognized by the Massachusetts Association of School Committees with an Outstanding School Partner Award for 2019. The PTAs have a long history of successfully supporting each of their schools with events, programming, and donations, however they did so separately within their school communities, each with their […]
Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants Hosts Six Students Interested in the Profession at Merrimack College BOSTON, MA—December 5, 2019—The Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants (MSCPA), the professional association of CPAs for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, recently previewed what an accounting career future would look like for 91 students, including six students from Triton High […]
The Triton High School Robotics team competed at the WPI robotics tournament last weekend. All four team’s robots qualified and made it to the semi-finals in the competition. These students are an incredible group of individuals and future engineers! Congratulations! They are: Gaius Cremin, Adrianna Deeb, Ivy Huang, Tyler Godfrey, Sam Bell, Ross Lyon, Colin […]
Salisbury Elementary School was awarded the USDA Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Program Grant for School Year 2019-20! The foods being sampled are showcased on the “Farm Stand” board located in the café. September 24, 2019 was the start of students at SES being exposed to a variety of healthy fresh fruit and vegetables in school […]
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