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.
Dismissing Your Student Early From School?:
Please send a note in with your student in the morning. Your student is to bring it to the office when they come to school and we will give him/her a pass to leave class early. Please come into the office to sign your student out. We are trying to cut down on disruptions to the classrooms.
After School Opportunities:
TMS’s FREE AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMS
Are you interested in gaming? Do you like solving mysteries and spending time with
friends? Then you should consider joining the Triton Middle School ESports club.
Join Mr. Canny on Wednesday, April 28, directly after school for an informational
ESports meeting and snacks. Find out what ESports is all about and if it is for you.
Bring a friend!!!
This season we will be playing “Among US” in a multiplayer game of teamwork and
Wednesday, April 28th Room
M300 w/Mr. Canny 2:15 –
pickup at 3:30 (no late buses)
Lean to play cornhole. Anyone can play, anyone can win. Lean the lingo and the
strategies involved to improve your cornhole skills. Cornhole is fast growing sport which
is not just played at backyard cookouts anymore. Did you know there are professional
competitions all around the United States?
Join Mr. Donohue on Thursday, April 15, directly after school for an informational
Cornhole meeting and snacks. Find out what Cornhole is all about and if it is for you.
Bring a friend!!!
Thursday, April 15
Room M227 w/Mr. Donohue
2:15 – 3:30
Parent pickup at 3:30 (no late buses)
Please feel free to contact Walter Hardy at [email protected] with
questions or concerns.
Triton SEPAC Meeting:
S A V E T H E D A T E
Thursday, April 29th
Join via Zoom
Meeting ID: 409 136 2964
Massachusetts Travel Mandates:
Massachusetts has changed its travel mandate to an “advisory”. The district nurses will no longer be requiring a PCR after travel before returning to school. It is still suggested that people either quarantine or receive a negative test before returning to school, but it is not mandatory. The nurses will no longer be monitoring travel. Please continue to use common sense and be safe so we can continue moving in the right direction.
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.
Likewise, If your student is scheduled to be “In Person,” but attends “Virtually” instead then we need to know why he/she will not be “In Person.”
WE ARE REQUIRED TO TRACK ATTENDANCE FOR ALL STUDENTS. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ASSISTANCE!
The Attendance Line Number is (978) 463-5845 Press #1