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.

Weekly Notes 4/26/2018
  • Montreal Medical Form due as soon as possible and no later than Friday, April 27th.

       The Montreal Fundraiser Dance has been postponed to:

Montreal Fundraiser

Semi Formal Dance

   Friday, May 18th,2018

6:30pm to 8:30pm


Cost $10

MCAS Testing will resume as follows:

Monday and Tuesday, May 14 and 15– 7th Grade Math, session 1 and 2 

Wednesday and Thursday, May 16 and 17– 8th Grade Math, sessions 1 and 2 

Monday and Tuesday, May 21 and 22– 8th Grade Science, Technology, and Engineering, sessions 1 and 2 

We understand that some students may have made appointments etc. based on our present schedule; we have allotted for adequate make up time for those situations.  

Triton High School Course Override Process

8th to 9th Grade

  1. If a student/parent disagrees with a recommended course they contact the relevant High School Program Coordinator no later than April 26th (as noted at the bottom of the course request sheet).
  1. If agreement reached to change course level, Program Coordinator contacts 9th grade school counselor directly.
  2. If there is no meeting of the minds, the Program Coordinator refers the student/parent to the High School Principal for an override form.
  1. Once it gets to the Principal, it is then considered for an override.  Principal may approve or deny an override. If the parent/student chooses to move forward with a course level override, the student will not be allowed to switch back to the previously recommended level.  Completed override form must be on file with Guidance.

Final decisions will be made be made after April 26th  


The office does not reset or create ASPEN accounts and passwords.  If you are having any difficulties with your account please go to the following link: https://www.tritonschools.org/students-parents/aspen-help/

2018 8th Grade Montreal Trip
Please go to your ACIS Account to make sure you have made your payments to date.
  • Montreal trip: Notarized Birth Certificate or Passport due now.​        (IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING BIRTH CERTIFICATES:  Hello Everyone!  I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend.  I wanted to provide an update on the Montreal Trip.  As you are all aware we are in the middle of organizing roommate requests and bus lists, as well as, collecting birth certificates.  Regarding birth certificates, we MUST have the original birth certificate or a certified true copy (notarized) for this trip.  Students will not be let back into the United States with just a copy of their birth certificate.  Having said that, if you have submitted a copy that has not been notarized, we will need you to re-submit the birth certificate notarized.  Birth certificates are due as of today, we will need those that have not turned their’s in by today to do so right away. )
  • Montreal Room Assignments: Pink slip due by  Friday, April 13th
  • Montreal Medical Form due by Wednesday, May 23rd.
  • Also, the Semi-Formal Dance has been re-scheduled for logistical reasons.  We would like as many students to attend the dance and because of its closeness to April Vacation  and with students going out of town we decided to change the date so that all students have the opportunity to attend.

       The Montreal Fundraiser Dance has been postponed to:

Montreal Fundraiser

Semi Formal Dance

   Friday, May 18th,2018

6:30pm to 8:30pm


Cost $10

If you have any questions please email carole.oljey@tritonschools.org or robert.asselin@tritonschools.org.
High School Course Selection for Current 8th Graders

Below is the Registration Timeline for our 8th grade students. Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. If you are a new teacher this year, please make an appointment with me to discuss the process.

March 26th-30th Teacher window open in Aspen for recommendations

April 5th In School assembly for incoming freshmen

April 5th Incoming freshman parent night

April 6th Electives Fair at the High School Cafeteria-

We will be going in homeroom groups for 20 minute intervals:

7:50-8:10 Beckwith, Sheehan and Connell

8:10-8:30 Conway, Dunbar and Gulick

8:30-8:50 Ribaudo, Gonsalves, McAdams and Breton

*Please ensure you arrive and depart on time to avoid a large

number of students in the cafeteria*

April 6th-12th Student portal window open for course selection

April 10th-12th Support available in Middle School computer lab during Flex

April 24th Course verification sheet distributed to 8th graders in homeroom

April 26th   Deadline for parents to contact teachers re: placement concerns

April 26th Signed verification sheets due back to guidance

Cradles to Crayons Clothing Drive
Calling all Parents and Guardians:
We have had a lot going on with our busy lives, snow days and now MCAS testing; however I wanted to bring your attention to the Cradles to Crayons clothes drive that has been going on for the last few weeks.  We have 3 hard working 8th graders who are involved with Project 351 spearheading this effort and they ask that you please take a minute and drop off any gently used shirts, shorts, coats pants, sweatshirts, shoes- any article of clothing you can!
So go clean out that closet, attic, or basement and bring those items to the middle school office.  We need everything by the end of school on Friday, April 6th.
Please help out this great effort that will help the over 300,000 children living in poverty.

James & the Giant Peach Postponed to May