As budget deficits plague the nation, public schools, school committees and superintendent’s offices are put in the unfortunate position of finding creative ways to finance programs and curriculums that teach our students lifelong skills, or lose them. Among these critical programs is performing arts. Data shows performing arts provide children with outlets for self-expression, discovery […]
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The School Committee approved the calendar for next year, including the half days for professional development. We have been discussing alternative options for our half day professional development days through the year. These have traditionally been held on Fridays, and they are an early release for students with PD in the afternoon for educators. The idea […]
The School Committee approved a Final FY20 Operating Budget at their meeting on Wednesday evening March 13th. The $42.4M spending plan represents a 4.14% spending increase over the current year, and reflects the spending necessary to carry the same level of services from the current year into next. I am very pleased to report that […]
The Triton School Committee was pleased to announce the recipient of their first “Student of the Month” award last night, to a very well-deserving senior, Alice Thornton. Alice is in the top 10% of her class academically, is a member of NHS, women’s choir, and swim team, works part-time at a senior living facility, and […]
Good Afternoon, I trust this message finds you well and enjoying a little sunshine and warmer temps after a very wintry start to March. Our job as an educational institution is to prepare our students to be successful beyond our walls, and that is our greatest priority here in the Triton Schools. However, in order […]
On Tuesday April 2nd the Triton Regional School District will be hosting a presentation on gender education facilitated by Jeff Perotti, renowned expert in the field of Gender Education – Creating a Safe School Climate and founding director of the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s Safe Schools Program for LGBTQ students. All are […]
Good Morning, It is hard to believe that we are already past winter break and March is upon us. Fasten your seat belts, because it will be June before you know it! With a process that began right after the holiday break back in January, we continue the work of developing the Fiscal 2020 (19/20 school […]
With great anticipation and excitement for the leadership and innovation he will bring to the high school and our district at large, I am proud to announce I have appointed Mr. Patrick Kelley to be the next principal of Triton High School. Mr. Kelley will not begin his role officially until July 1, 2019, but […]
Rowley and Salisbury Community Members, The Triton Regional School Committee is responsible for appointing our towns’ representatives to the Whittier Regional Vocational Technical School Committee. We were recently notified that the Salisbury and Rowley seats will be up for appointment in March 2019. Each seat would be for a 3 year term, and candidates must […]
How much do you know about the Triton Education Foundation? Without this amazing group of parent and community volunteers, our schools would not have nearly as many opportunities to work with the latest technology, enhance student learning, or experience projects and programs outside of the normal school budget. The Triton Education Foundation is a 501 […]
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