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Principal Ralph Olsen's Weekly Memo

Monday, September 18 through Saturday, September 23

 

September 18 – Monday – Day 1  Periods 1 2 3 4 5 6

            3:30 p.m. JV Football vs. Worcester North at home

            5:00 p.m. Boys Varsity Soccer vs. Narragansett at home

            7:00 p.m. Girls Varsity Soccer vs. Narragansett at home

 

September 19 – Tuesday – Day 2  Periods 2 3 4 5 6 1

            1:40 p.m. Junior Class Meeting – Auditorium

            3:30 p.m. Boys Varsity Soccer vs. Fitchburg at home

            5:30 p.m. Girls Varsity Soccer vs. Fitchburg at home

 

            6:00-7:30 p.m. Open House for Families

                        6:00-6:15 p.m. Welcome – Auditorium

6:15-7:30 p.m. Department presentations in the cafeteria; students will conduct tours of the high school facility; refreshments will be available in the cafeteria

 

September 20 – Wednesday – Day 3  Periods 3 4 5 6 1 2

            3:30 p.m. Varsity Field Hockey vs. Tahanto at home

            5:00 p.m. JV Field Hockey vs. Tahanto at home

            6:30 p.m. Freshman Football vs. Northbridge at home

 

September 21 – Thursday – Day 4  Periods 4 5 6 1 2 3

            8:50 a.m. Sophomore Class Meeting – Auditorium

            9:25 a.m. Senior Class Meeting (caps & gowns; MWCC Presentation) – Auditorium

            2:15 p.m. CIAS Meeting – Library

            3:30 p.m. Girls and Boys Cross Country vs. Clinton at home

            4:30 p.m. JV Field Hockey vs. Gardner at home

            6:00 p.m. Varsity Field Hockey vs. Gardner at home

 

September 22 – Friday – Day 5  Periods 5 6 1 2 3 4

            3:30 p.m. Girls Varsity Soccer at Tahanto

 

September 23 – Saturday

            4:15 p.m. Varsity Football at Oxford

 

Additional Comments:

From NEASC:

We greatly appreciate your continued support of the accreditation process and are hopeful you may be able to assist your fellow educators who are hosting visiting teams during the Fall 2017 season.  Our team coordinators, who are working diligently to secure volunteers to serve on visiting teams, still have a small number of open positions for professional staff to serve as members of these teams listed below.  Thank you in advance for your assistance.

 

PLEASE address all responses to Donna Spencer-Wilson at dspencerwilson@neasc.org.  If you need to speak with someone directly call 781-425-7719.  We look forward to your reply.  Thank you.

 

As this is a group e-mail please understand that we will accept the earliest response and may only place one educator from each school on a team.  A prompt reply would enhance being added to the team.

 

Travel by automobile (mileage and tolls) and lodging expenses will be covered by the host school.  All rooms are single occupancy.  Opening meetings with members of your team will begin 10-11 a.m. on Sunday and you will be expected to remain until shortly after the school day ends on Wednesday.

 

Any personal or professional connections with the host school or residence in the town or one which borders it by you or a family member constitutes conflict of interest and, therefore, precludes serving.

 

September 24 – 27        West Haven High School, West Haven, CT

ELL, any subject area

 

Hingham High School, Hingham, MA

social studies, any subject area

 

Monadnock Middle-High School, Swanzey, NH

English, any subject area

 

October 1 – 4                Leicester High School, Leicester, MA 

guidance counselor

 

October 22 - 25             Hopkins Academy, Hadley, MA

social studies, world language, guidance counselor

 

Ipswich High School, Ipswich, MA 

guidance counselor 

 

October 29 - November 1  East Boston High School, East Boston, MA:

English, world language, library media specialist, central office

 

November 5 - 8             Charlestown High School, Charlestown, MA:

ELL/ESL, special education

 

For interested educators: If you have not served on a visiting team before and would like more information, please visit our website http://cpss.neasc.org.  Under the “Information for the Public” tab you will find “Visiting Team Qualifications” and you may also view the PowerPoint presentation by clicking on the link under “Visiting Team Volunteering.”

 

Thank you for supporting the accreditation process.

George H. Edwards, Director

Commission on Public Schools

Tel:  781-425-7735   Email:  gedwards@neasc.org

 

 

Congratulations to the freshman football team for defeating Lunenburg 30-0.  These are the same student athletes who were undefeated last year as eighth graders.

 

Class Meetings – Staff are asked to give at least one week notice when requesting meetings, etc., that will take students out of class.

 

Blood Drive – Stephanie Rondeau is looking for teachers to help out with supervising the blood drive on Wednesday 9/27 during periods 1, 2, 3, and 4.  It's very easy and student leaders will also be on hand.  Contact Stephanie at extension 228.  Thank you in advance for any assistance you can give.

 

The blood drive is accessible to age-appropriate students and staff, and open to the public.

 

Puerto Rico – The world language department is sponsoring a trip to Puerto Rico during April vacation, 2018. We are not in need of chaperones, but if any staff member would like to travel with the group, there are a few spots available. The price of the trip is $1929 and includes transportation, 4 nights hotel, and two meals a day. Flyers will be put in your mailboxes. If you have any questions, please see Ophelia (237) or Stephanie (228).

 

Open House – Murdock High School will host its initial open house on Tuesday, September 19th at 6:00 p.m.  The introductory part of the program will take place in the auditorium.  Families will be welcomed by administration and afforded the opportunity to complete a school evaluation survey which is required by the upcoming New England Association of Schools and Colleges accreditation process.  The technology department will provide iPads for this ten-minute survey.  A successful accreditation, which will take place next fall, is extremely important for the school’s rating and market value of homes in Winchendon.

 

Teachers from each of Murdock’s academic departments will have displays and presentations available in the cafeteria.  National Honor Society students will be conducting tours of the facility throughout the evening.

 

Special thanks to Dunkin’ Donuts and Cumberland Farms for providing a gift basket and (5) $10 gift cards to be awarded to parents at the open house.

 

Class Meetings – The sophomore class will meet with a Josten’s representative on Thursday at 8:50 a.m. in the auditorium to hear a presentation on class rings.  Jostens will also meet with seniors regarding caps and gowns at 9:25 a.m.  Immediately following in the auditorium, seniors will be afforded an opportunity to participate in tuition-free online courses through Mount Wachusett Community College.  They will have the opportunity to earn college credit which can be applied to MWCC or other universities.  This meeting will take the rest of the period.

 

Progress Reports – First term progress reports will be available on the parent portal, with hard copies distributed to students on September 28th.

 

Professional Development Day – Friday, September 29th will be no school for students and a professional day for staff.

 


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