Triton High School is a community that values independence while engaging students in connected learning to foster an environment that demands respect for self and others. We are committed to helping students become responsible for their own learning by providing them with opportunities to develop relevant 21st Century skills as they begin careers, pursue college, and contribute to their communities. We believe students should be able to read and write effectively, communicate ideas appropriately through a variety of platforms, and create and problem solve independently and collaboratively.
Good morning Triton!
Tuesday, May 17th
Day 6- Blue cycle
Congratulations Triton Community Service Club!
Over 326 hours completed during 3rd quarter. Thank you for all you do!
Are you looking for a summer job? Please check out the job postings across the hall from Central Office. Ms. P. is always updating the posting, so keep and eye out!
Attention SENIORS: If you have paid all your class dues, go see Mr. Galante in room H222 to purchase tickets for prom and senior week activities. If you have not paid your class dues, please do so, no tickets for senior week activities can be purchased until your dues are current. Ticket Sales end Friday April 29th.
And now for the winners of the Mrs. Spinale’s Lord of the Flies video’s… Honorable mention: Kailyn + Corrina. Third place: Beckham, Nick + Jack. Second place, a tie: Izze, Taryn + Owen and Abby + Alyssa. Finally, first place goes to… Alexa and Emma! Congratulations! If you’re interested in seeing any of the videos, click on the link, go under Books and Readings to Honors LOTF videos. They’re pretty funny, but good! https://sites.google.com/
Two ninth graders, Emma Rollins and Jovanni Rodriguez, have been recognized by the Massachusetts Center for the Book and The Library of Congress for their writing. Both students wrote letters to authors of books they read for independent reading. They were among thousands to enter across the state. Emma ended up a finalist after she wrote to Tim Tharp about his book Mojo and how it connects to students’ everyday struggles in high school. Jovanni received honorable mention after he wrote to author Kate DiCamillo about her book Because of Winn Dixie and related it to his life with his dogs.HS Schedule 2021-2022