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 Regional Middle School


Wednesday, October 9, 2019


8th Grade Field Trip on Friday has been postponed due to inclement weather.

The new date for the 8th Grade Field Trip will be Friday, October 18th.


5k Cancelled

Unfortunately, due to low registrations numbers, the Triton Education Foundation 5K & Fun Run that was scheduled for Saturday, October 19th has been cancelled. For those that signed up, we are sorry for this inconvenience and thank you for your support. We are hopeful that we will be able to bring this great event back next year, and appreciate all those who put time and energy into making it happen.  For any questions, please contact the Triton Education Foundation at [email protected]gmail.com


Quarter 1 Progress Reports are available in ASPEN. 
There is No School on Monday, October 14th in observance of Columbus Day.


Athletic Schedules:

All Triton Schedules are available at MAscores at the link below:
View team schedules by selecting “Team” from the drop-down box. It will automatically bring you the varsity page, and you can select Junior Varsity, JV2, or middle school on the blue tool bar.

Talk with Your Teen About E-cigarettes: A Tip Sheet for Parents
Please review the resource at the link below:
A reminder that e-cigarettes/vaping falls under the MIAA Chemical Health Policy. See attached brochure with policy:
Follow the Athletic Department on Twitter (@Triton_Vikings) for the latest updates and news!
Thursday, Nov. 14 at 6:00pm in the Triton Auditorium
Tim Alberts, M.Ed, CMAA, CIC
District Athletic Director
Triton Regional School District

TRMS After-School and Out-of-School Programs

Musical Theatre:

Students will produce and perform Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Jr… They will learn essential theatrical/musical skills, play theater games that will increase their improvisational talents and explore their creative and theatrical side.  Rehearsals held in the Triton High School Auditorium, Saturday mornings starting October 12 with Ms. Dawson (Deanna), Ms. Bell (Joyce) and Mr. Lucey (officer Lucey) from 9am-1pm.  For additional information on “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Jr,” please go to www.broadwayjr.com and enjoy!  Performances scheduled for Friday evening, March 27 with Saturday, March 28 afternoon and evening shows.  Students will need to arrange for their own transportation to and from rehearsals/performances.

October 12 – March 28  

​​October 12 – March 21 (Saturday Rehearsals 9:00am – 1:00pm)

October 12 – Auditions 9:00am – 1:00pm (all will be cast)

March 26 – Dress Rehearsal 6:00pm – 9:00pm

March 27 and 28 – Show Dates

Friday @ 7:00 & Saturday @ 2:00 & 7:00

Program Fee $100.00 – Financial Assistance Available

All Rehearsals/Auditions/Productions to be held at the THS Auditorium

TMS Media Production (six-week program):

All beginner and advanced Media students are welcome!

Students will learn the basics of video production through the use of cameras, and editing equipment.  They will be encouraged to conceptualize and produce their own videos, working by themselves or in small groups.  The class will be limited in size, so we ask that only those serious about learning video production, while working with others in a team environment, apply for the course.  Program meets Tuesdays in Triton’s own TV studio, located in the building with the blue roof at the end of the football stadium with Mr. Klinow from 2:15 to 3:45.

FEE $30.00 (six-week program)

October 15 – November 19

Board Games and Puzzles (six-week program):

Put down the controller and pick up your icosahedron.  Students will spend time during this program playing games they love, learning new games, and creating our own game that can be played here at Triton for years to come.  We will learn about the different styles of games like, Risk, Settlers of Catan, Magic, Dungeons and Dragons, and Chutes and Ladders (to name a few).  We will play a combination of games, some new some old, all of which will test student’s critical thinking, planning and teamwork skills.  Program meets Tuesdays in room M-201 with Mr. Anderson from 2:15 to 3:45.

FEE $30.00 (six-week program)

October 15 – November 19

TMS Robotic Science (six-week program):

All beginner and advanced Robotic students are welcome!

Join the fun and learn about robotic concepts through teamwork and problem solving challenges.  Students will collaboratively design, build and program the Lego Robotics devices using robotic kits and software.  This is an opportunity for young people to be creative and explore different ways to engineer and design robotics components for real world application.  Just think!…maybe you will be the next young engineer to change our world with your design.  Program meets Tuesdays in room M-100 with Mr. Shepard from 2:15 to 3:45.

FEE $30.00 (six week Program)

October 15 – November 19

Pies On Wheels (six week program): 

Meals On Wheels is a national program administrated by our local Council on Aging.  With the help of volunteers they provide a hot meal to those that are alone, disabled or elderly who still live in their own homes, but depend on others for help.  Pies On Wheels is an original Triton program!  Would you believe that the traditional Thanksgiving dessert (pie) is not part of the Meals On Wheels holiday dinner?  Join Mrs. Campbell in the Triton cafeteria kitchen and become a pie connoisseur.  Help bake holiday pies and put a smile on the face of someone special.  For those that are unable to get out and about, just the thought of someone caring means the world to them.  You can make a difference in someone’s life!  Community service credit awarded!  Program meets Thursday in the Triton Cafeteria from 2:15 to 3:45.

FEE:  Community Service based programs do not require fees.

October 15 – November 19

TMS Culinary Arts (Six-week program):

This course is hands-on cooking/baking experience.  Students will pick their favorite recipes to prepare and share.  They will also be encouraged to share favorite family recipes and their origins.  Designed for a fun (educational) afternoon!  Program meets Tuesdays in the Triton Cafeteria from 2:15 to 3:45.

FEE:  $30.00 (six-week program)

January 7 – February 11

Geography Club (National GeoBee 2019 Preparation (eight week program):

TMS will join nearly 10,000 schools across the United States to compete in the 2019 National Geographic GeoBee.  This club will include study, activities and games about geography and conclude with the TMS GeoBee.  The school winner will compete for the chance to represent Massachusetts at the National Geographic GEOBEE in Washington D.C., for a chance to win college scholarships and the glory of being the 2020 National Geographic GeoBee Champion.  The National Geographic GeoBee is an academic competition for public schools, private schools, and homeschools in the United States and its territories.  Designed to inspire and reward students’ curiosity about the world!  Website www.nationalgeographic.org/bee  Program meets Wednesdays in room M-300 from 2:15 to 3:45.

FEE $40.00 (eight-week program)

December 3 – February 4

Registration now open via Triton home page “Registrations & Payments” MCC or by forwarding registration (attached to this E-mail) with fee, payable to Triton Regional School District to: Triton Middle School, 112 Elm Street, Byfield MA 01922, c/o Walter  Hardy.                                            

Any Questions? Contact Walter Hardy at: [email protected]tritonschools.org

Registration Form Attached


Math Team 

TRMS will be entering a Math Team in the Intermediate Math League of Eastern Massachusetts.  The coaches will be 7th grade Math Teacher, Ms. Viola, and 8th grade Math teacher, Ms. Eaton.  The first meeting is on Thursday, October 10th, after school.  The first meet will be held at Pentucket next Thursday, October 17th.  Transportation will be provided to and from the meets.   The fee is $50 per student.


Stem Fair Afterschool Program

There will be a STEM Fair Informational Meeting on Thursday, October 17th for any student in Grades 7 – 10. This meeting will take place in Mrs. Ribaudo’s room, M320 right after school.  We have made and will make announcements to the students at school regarding this opportunity.

The STEM Fair program will run weekly after school on Thursdays until 3:30 pm.

Students will be encouraged to pursue a topic in any of the STEM fields.

If your child is interested then have them attend the meeting.

If they are not able to attend the initial sign-up meeting, he/she can email

Mrs. Ribaudo at [email protected]tritonschools.org


Mrs. Norton at [email protected]


Sports Schedules for Middle School Sports

Middle School Field Hockey Schedule
Middle School Cross Country Schedule
Student Illness (Page 18-19 TRMS Handbook)
Please don’t send your student to school if they are sick or not feeling well.  If you student has been ill please see the following guidelines which are also outlined in our handbook: https://www.tritonschools.org/middle/resources/students-parents/file-c-users-kathleen-small-downloads-tms-handbook-2019-2020-2-pdf/


The following Guidelines are intended to give parents some understanding as to when their child may
be ready to return to school after illness:

● Temperature normal for 24 hours;

● Three days elapsed since the onset of a cold (may return if they have no temperature, sore
throat or severe cough);

● Child is ready to participate in all activities, including gym and outdoor play;

● One week from appearance of eruptions of Chicken Pox;

● A child who is awaiting laboratory results for a strep infection should not return to school until
a negative culture is confirmed OR 24 hours of antibiotic therapy, provided therapy is
continued for 10 days.


Late Arrival & Early Dismissal 

If your child is coming in late please send a signed note in with your student.  Your student will sign in at the office and will receive a late pass to class.

If your child is leaving early then please send a signed note stating the reason and time your student is being dismissed.  The student should bring it to the office first thing in the am and we will give him/her a pass to leave class at the appointed time.  You must come into the office to sign out your student.


Sick and/or Tardy Calls​​

Please call the office (Not the Nurse) if your student is home sick or will be in late, please call (978)463-5845 and Press # 1.  Leave the name of the student and the reason he/she is absent or will be late.


File attachments:
After School.pdf

Marker Recycling Program

TRMS will be running a Recycling Program for used Markers.  

We will have boxes in the school office for drop offs.