The Triton Regional Middle School in partnership with students, families, and the community is committed to the development of independent learners who respect differences and value academic excellence. A highly qualified staff nurtures intellectual, social, emotional, and physical growth in the pursuit of developing responsible citizens and lifelong learners.

Welcome to Triton Middle School

Welcome to Triton Middle School for the 2020-2021 Academic Year!  We wanted to share a little more information about the Middle School.  I know parents and guardians have had a lot of information sent their way, so we’ve made this as user friendly as possible!  


Please take a look at this series of videos we have put together explaining various aspects of our remote schedule:

  1. We have shared this before, but we wanted to make sure everyone understands the schedule.  Please review this video explaining the remote/hybrid schedules.
  2. Mr. MacRae explains how our G period Directed Study works.
  3. Mr. Jordan explains the 90 min block at the end of the day on Mondays.

Health Office:

Please review this very important letter from Nurse Small regarding the Flu vaccine mandate.


Some of us in Student Services put together this video to review expectations, We hope you find it helpful.  


Obviously, in a remote setting we will be using lots of new technology and apps to maximize learning.  We have listed some good tutorials for parents below:

Google Meet:

Google Classroom:


You will see numerous other tutorials when you access this link.

Technical Support:

  • Teachers will be providing you with links to a variety of online resources. Some of these sites may require a special login. If your child is having difficulty logging on, please submit a ticket to request assistance at Please note we can only support the sites that have been approved by the district. For a complete listing of sites supported by the district please click HERE. This listing will be updated routinely, and you can also contact your child’s teacher with any other questions about sites or resources they may suggest.
  • We have Chromebooks available for students who do not have access to a laptop/device. If you would like to borrow a device for your child, please contact our office at (978) 463-5845.

Thanks for taking some time with all this information.  Our teachers have been working hard to learn and expand their knowledge and we’re excited to have students, although remotely, back in the classroom again!

See you soon!


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