Friday Flash March 4, 2016

I said, "Someone should do something about this." Then I realized, I am somebody.

-Lily Tomlin



March is upon us, and with it, lots of learning  happening both inside and outside of classrooms. Here are some of the events happening from now until next Friday:


  • Tonight  Boys basketball team playing in a second round (whoohoo!) playoff game in Hopkinton
  • Wednesday, March 9  Dinner And A Movie to benefit the sophmore NYC trip
  • Friday, March 11  Super Smash Brothers tournament to benefit the sophomore NYC trip
  • Friday, March 11  Sizer Health and Wellness Fair
  • Friday, March 11  Winter Sports Banquet
Please remember that this coming Wednesday, March 9, is a half-day for students with dismissal at noon. There is no after school supervision for students; please plan accordingly.
Check the Flash for other news and announcements. 
 Good luck to the basketball team tonight, and we'll see you all back here on Monday.

Friday Flash February 26, 2016

Be miserable.  Or motivate yourself.  Whatever has to be done, it's always your choice.

-Wayne Dyer



We want to say thank you to the SiTA (Sizer Theater Arts) club for inviting us to preview their production ofCircle Mirror Transformation yesterday. Everyone who attended was impressed with the results of the work these students have put in to their competition piece.  Check the front page of the Flash for more info on how you can support them by attending tomorrow's high school theater festival right next door in Leominster.


Please have your students get their bus passes for March-yes, it's almost March!  March is also the month for members of the Junior Class to donate to the food bank, if able.   Please see the Flash for more info.


As always, please go over the Flash with your students so they can be aware of what's happening in their school community, and take advantage of the many opportunities available.


Have a great weekend, and we'll see you all on Monday.

Friday Flash February 5, 2016


Yesterday was not your defining moment.  The calendar moved forward, why not you?

-Dr. Steve Maraboli



We're sorry we missed everyone at school yesterday! We hope everyone had a warm and safe day.


Due to the snow day, students have not seen this week's Flash.  Please go over it with your student so they are aware of what's happening in our classrooms and school community.


A student has organized a mini flea market for portfolio meeting day; students can sign up free of charge if they'd like to participate.  Details in the Flash.


There will be carnations for sale this week (we oredered extra), details in the Flash.


Also check the Flash for ways to help the sophomore class realize their goal of allowing every eligible 10th grade student participate in the New York City trip.  They've got some helpful and fun fundraisers planned.


If you have not signed up for a portfolio meeting time, please contact the school as quickly as possible.  


We look forward to seeing everyone this coming Friday.   Have a great weekend!

Friday Flash January 29, 2016

Attached please find your Friday Flash.  As always, we encourage you to go over the Flash with your student to be sure they are aware of the opportunities available to them.


Have a great weekend, and we'll see you all on Monday.

Friday Flash January 22, 2016

Advice is like snow - the softer it falls, the longer it dwells upon, and the deeper in sinks into the mind.

-Samuel Taylor Coleridge


Welcome to the (hopefully) non-stormy weekend!



First up: a reminder that there is no school for students this coming Monday and Tuesday, January  25 and 26.


On the front page of the Flash we share some exciting news for our student body regarding  one of our 3-D printers.  Inside the Flash, you'll also find:


  • a message from our principal, Mr. Perrigo, as we kick off second semester
  • new SWOOP (in-school) enrichment offerings-including an info session next week
  • seventh-grade portfolio news
  • interview with Junior Dominique P.


and much more!  Please be sure to review the Flash with your student.


Have a great weekend, and we'll see you back here for Semester Two on Wednesday.


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