Triton Hires New Athletic Director, Tim Alberts

It is with great excitement that we announce Tim Alberts as Triton’s next District Athletic Director. Tim will officially begin his role as athletic director on August 1, 2019, just in time for the start of the fall sports season. Tim has a vision for the mission of interscholastic athletics at the middle and high school levels that is consistent with the philosophy we hold here in the Triton Schools. His focus is on how we learn values and character, specifically respect for oneself and others, through competition. Tim has demonstrated a strong belief in equity across all sports, wanting to support, recognize, and celebrate all of our athletes. These pillars highlight his community first approach as a director of interscholastic athletics.

Tim comes to our district from his current position as the Director of Athletics, Physical Education, and Health at Wilmington High School, where he has spent the past three years focused on developing service oriented student athletes. While student athletic accomplishments have certainly been celebrated during Tim’s time in Wilmington, he has equally recognized the distinctions teams have received for their community service work. Prior to his work in Wilmington, Tim was the Director of Athletics at Matignon High School. Tim has coached both soccer and lacrosse at the high school level and has been the league chair for a variety of sports in both the Middlesex and Catholic Central leagues. Additionally, Tim was named the 2016 Ted Damko Award winner as the Massachusetts Athletic Director, having five years of experience or less, who has made outstanding contributions to his or her school, league, and state.

The appointment of Tim comes after a rigorous search process that included three rounds of interviews, starting with an extensive first round that included a representative group of students, parents, coaches, teachers, and administrators. Following that first series of interviews, three candidates were selected by the committee to move forward, and candidates then met with us for a more in depth discussion. We brought two finalists back a third time to observe summer clinics that were running and interact with our students and coaches, and the candidates then provided us with feedback and ideas for how to continue to develop our programming. Through each phase of the interview process Tim excelled and demonstrated time and again that he is the right person to continue to move our athletics program forward, and that he will become an integral part of the leadership team within the district.

Tim is eagerly awaiting the start of his contract so that he can begin to meet with students, parents, faculty, and community members. We are thrilled to be bringing him in to be part of our team. If you have any questions about his appointment process please feel free to contact either one of us.

Regards,

Brian & Patrick

 


Brian L. Forget
Superintendent of Schools
Triton School District
Patrick Kelley
Principal
Triton High School

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Did you ever drive by Newbury Elementary and wonder what the 12’ “trash tower” in front was all about?  As of May, it is officially gone, but the trash tower was started as a public “living art” project in 2014 by local artist and teacher Carol Baum to help bring awareness to and change people’s behavior towards littering.  Students from Whittier High School, Triton High School and Newbury Elementary all assisted in turning Carol’s idea for the project into a reality.  The bulletin board that stood next to the “trash tower” was filled with information about how long it would take for the trash collected by Carol to decompose, and also provided space for public comment.  In the beginning of the project, students from NES would assist Carol in loading the trash she collected each week from her daily walk into the tower which helped serve as a visual reminder about protecting the environment.

Carol continued collecting trash around the NES area for the last 5 years filling up the tower nearly two-thirds. It was truly shocking to see how much trash was collected from one small walking route.  Unfortunately, as trash filled the tower, the structure started to list during the winter months prompting the project’s completion.  But, what if it isn’t over? What if now, we as a Triton community carry forth Carol’s mission every day?   What if when we are outside, in a parking lot, on the street, at the fields, we pick up one piece of trash and dispose of it properly?  What if we become living “trash towers,” picking up our neighborhoods and towns and making a difference each day?    Let’s join together to continue Carol’s mission for our world, cleaning it up, spreading the simple message of “don’t litter” to make our community a better place!  Thank you Carol for your years of commitment to this project and for making a difference in our community!

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One might assume that there must be something in it for them – class credits perhaps?  Special privileges at the school?  Not at all. These students participate simply because they feel it is the right thing to do and they enjoy giving back to their community.  To this we say “Bravo!”  This group of students exemplifies the character and spirit that not only makes a difference in our towns, but eventually, as they venture beyond Triton – make a difference in our world.  If you see these students, be sure to say THANK YOU for making a difference!

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Emily Colby Madeline Pfingst
John D’Eufemia Rachel Phillips
Patrick D’Eufemia Shayla Piaseczynski
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Adrianna Deeb Kerry Power
Sophia Dixon Elizabeth Protopapas
Matthew Egan Samantha Protopapas
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Ava Ford Isabelle Reiniger
Jordan Frasca Robert Richenburg
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Farrah Gabrian Nicholas Ritchie
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Ellie Gay-Killeen Isabella Savino
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Daniel Groder Taylor Shorey
Sarah Harrington Ashley Silva
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Connor Kohan Savannah Soule
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Zachary Liebert Katherine Taylor
Brady Lindholm Ella Thompson
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Ryan Lindholm Kathryn Trojan
Kylie Lorenzo Nicole Trotta
Katherine Mailhoit Claudia Umanita
Andrew Masher Ella Visconti
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