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.
TRMS Open House:
Save the Date: Thursday, September 23rd at 6:00pm
Early Dismissals and Late Arrivals:
If your student is being dismissed early from school please send a note in to school with your student with the time she/he is to be dismissed. Your student should bring the note to the office and a pass will be given to the student to leave class. Please come into the office to dismiss your student.
If your student is arriving to school late they need to stop by the office and sign in first. They will be given a pass to class.
Please remind your student to bring their chromebook to school on a daily basis.
With the warmer days upon us, we would like you and your student(s) to be aware of the Student Dress Code which can be found in our Handbook which is on the middle school website at: https://www.tritonschools.
The following guidelines apply:
• There is an expectation that students dress in a manner that is appropriate for a place of work and study. Clothing is to be clean, comfortable, practical and in reasonably good repair.
• There is an expectation that school attire properly covers the body. Extremely tight fitting or unreasonably skimpy clothing is prohibited. This includes, but is not limited to, backless or strapless tops, shorts or skirts shorter than the fingertip length of that student‘s extended arm, and other garments that reveal midriff, cleavage or undergarments. Any tank top straps must be at least two fingers in width.
School issued team uniforms may be worn at individual coaches’ discretion.
• Clothing worn to school which causes disruption or distraction to the educational process is
prohibited. Such clothing may materially or substantially interfere with the operations of the
school. Articles of clothing, jewelry, etc. may cause disruption or distraction to the educational process if they display inappropriate language, any depiction of weapons, gang related flags or colors, insignias, or designs such as those advertising alcohol, drugs or sexual material, or containing slurs regarding race, ethnicity, religion, disabilities, or sexual orientation.
• Footwear must be worn at all times. The School Committee encourages the wearing of footwear that provides healthy support and protection through the school day. • Outdoor clothing such as hats, coats, and jackets, is not to be worn in the building except in times of unusually low building temperature. Such clothing should be stored in lockers during the school day. Wearing or carrying hats is prohibited (hats must be secured in backpacks or lockers). Hoods or bandannas (worn or displayed) may not be worn in the school building at any time. Outdoor clothing that is worn indoors (including hats) may be taken from the students during the school day and returned to the student at the end of the school day. Triton School District will hold no responsibility or involvement should there be a theft or loss of any such clothing.
• Some areas such as technology education, science, and physical education may have specific dress requirements to ensure the personal safety of the student.
Under Massachusetts General law Chapter 71, Section 83, school authorities may intervene if student dress is not consistent with reasonable standards of safety, health, and cleanliness. Staff persons should send violators to the office. Responses to non-compliance with this policy may include, but are not limited to, requiring the student to wear clean alternative clothing supplied by the school or requiring the student’s family to bring appropriate clothing to the school.
Select Choir Auditions:
Boys in grades 7-12
Are you interested in singing a variety of music with others in a group? Then join the Triton High School Men’s Choir!
Come visit with Mr. Brown and Audition on Thursday September 16, 2021 at 2:30 pm in A205 – this chorus room.
IF YOUR CHILD IS NOT GOING TO BE ATTENDING SCHOOL THEN PLEASE CALL THE ATTENDANCE LINE TO LET US KNOW YOUR CHILD’S NAME AND THE REASON FOR YOUR STUDENT NOT BEING IN SCHOOL.
The Attendance Line Number is (978) 463-5845 Press #1
If your student is sick or exhibiting any symptoms of sickness please do not send to school.
A Message From The Nurse:
Massachusetts General Law, chapter 76, section 15 outlines school immunization regulations for students entering grade seven. The above law mandates that all students not in compliance with these regulations be excluded from school. To avoid this situation for your child, the appropriate documentation must be provided to the Middle School Nurse by Tuesday October 5, 2021, or your child will be excluded from school beginning Tuesday, October 5.
Please send all documentation to the Triton Middle School Nurse via US Mail or Fax to the address/number listed above. You may also bring this information to the middle school office over the summer. If you have not complied with this law by providing proof that your child has received the proper immunizations, please do not send your child to school beginning on Tuesday, October 5, 2021. The school is required by law to send your child home if he/she is sent to school on this day and each day thereafter while remaining out of compliance with this immunization law.
The required immunizations for your child to enter 7th grade are as follows:
1 dose Tdap (Tetanus) if more than 5 years since last DTap, DT, or Td vaccine
1 dose MenACYW (Meningitis)
Immunization Exemptions: There are two situations in which children who are not appropriately immunized may be admitted to school:
A medical exemption is allowed if a physician submits documentation attesting that an immunization is medically contraindicated.
A religious exemption is allowed if a parent or guardian submits a written statement that immunizations conflict with their sincere religious beliefs.
Click here for Religious Exemption Letter: https://docs.google.com/docume
For missing immunizations, please notify your child’s physician. For students without a physician, immunizations are available from the Haverhill Public Health Nurse at 978-374-2390, extension 15. Please Contact the Middle School Nurse for questions/concerns. .
Claudia Small, RN, BSN, NCSN
Triton Middle School Nurse
Tara O’Keefe, RN , MASN, NCSN
District Lead Nurse
Claudia Small RN, BSN, NCSN
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