Education

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The Advanced Math and Science Academy Charter School, Marlborough

Algonquin Regional High School, Northborough and Southborough

Assabet Valley Regional Technical School, Marlborough

Fay School, Marlborough

Hillside School, Marlborough

Hudson Public Schools

Immaculate Conception School, Marlborough

Marlborough Public Schools

Northborough –Southborough Public Schools

St. John’s High School, Shrewsbury

St. Mark’s School, Southborough

Shrewsbury Public Schools

Westborough Public Schools

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Massachusetts Department of Education

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

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Zeh School celebrates Environmental Awareness Week

May 17th, 2016

Zeh School fourth-graders Juliana Oyola and Siena Sciacca at the compost bins.

Northborough – The Marion E. Zeh Elementary School celebrated its fifth annual Environmental Awareness Week April 25-29. Activities and presentations highlighted the impact people have on the environment and how small changes make a difference.

The Environmental Team is designed for third- through fifth-graders and has 65 students voluntarily participating this year. It meets twice a month and was formed to promote good citizenry as part of the school’s improvement plan.

Three local students honored by Marlborough chamber

May 17th, 2016

Susanne Morreale Leeber, president and CEO, MRCC; scholarship recipients Abigail Mangsen and Katrina Pusateri; , Darren McLaughlin, president Marlborough Regional Community Foundation; Mary Miller, AVRTHS BPA adviser; and Ernest Houle, superintendent-director, AVRTHS

Marlborough – The Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce (MRCC) recently presented the 2016 Cathy Gregory Mogavero Business Professionals of America Award to three local students. In a recent ceremony held at the MRCC’s offices, a check for $500 was presented to each of the recipients – Fatima Awada, a senior from Marlborough High School; and the team of Abigail Mangsen and Katrina Pusateri, both seniors at Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School.

Bertucci’s to hold fundraiser for four-year-old Westborough student

May 17th, 2016

Westborough – Bertucci’s of Westborough on 160 Turnpike Rd. (Rte. 9), will be holding a Dining for Dollars fundraiser Thursday, May 26 from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. to benefit the family of Leah Davis of Hopkinton. Leah, a four-year-old student at Miss Tanya’s Woodland School in Westborough, was recently diagnosed with cancerous tumors on her cervical spine, lumbar spine, and cerebellum. She is currently undergoing an aggressive treatment plan at Boston Children’s Hospital. Her hospital stays have been lengthy and have put a financial as well as emotional toll on her family.

Cornerstone Academy dedicates outdoor learning space

May 17th, 2016

Cornerstone Academy’s Director Karen McQuade welcomes families into the space.

Northborough – On May 10, Cornerstone Academy of Northborough dedicated its recently implemented Outdoor Classroom, a National Wildlife Federation Certified Wildlife Habitat and unique learning space. The private elementary school’s 43 students, faculty, and families gathered for a ribbon-cutting, outdoor meditation and planting ceremony.

Photography exhibit showcases local student artwork

May 15th, 2016

Guests and students mingle at the beginning photography class reception April 16 at the Northborough Free Library. (Photo/Alexandra Molnar)

Northborough – Beginning photography students’ work came together at an April exhibit in the Northborough Public Library’s meeting room.

Algonquin senior accepted into Berklee College of Music

May 12th, 2016

Michael Dutko (Photo/submitted)

Northborough/Southborough – Michael Dutko, a senior at Algonquin Regional High School, is an emerging presence in the local music scene of his community. He currently participates in a wide range of musical activities both in and out of school which prompted him to enroll at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. He was accepted and will begin studies there this fall.

Tiny Tomahawk Learning Lab Preschool

May 12th, 2016

Senior Brooke Dunn, Maverick, 4, senior Allie Calabrese, Elise Kemp, 3, Jemma Harvey, 5, senior Mady Shea, and Mikaela Harvey, 5, enjoy a hands-on activity. (Photos/Nance Ebert)

Northborough – In a high school setting, the preschoolers enrolled at the Algonquin Regional High School’s Tiny Tomahawk Learning Lab Preschool program have the added benefit of having their lead teacher, Susan Muise, director, as well as many high school students assist in their days’ activities.

Hudson Rotary Club recognizes student achievers

May 12th, 2016

(l to r) Brian Regan, Hudson High School principal; Greg Parker, president of the Hudson Rotary Club; Samantha Johnson; Devon Hassan; Mark Hollick, Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School principal; and Rotarian Ed Soave. (Photo/submitted)

Hudson – The Hudson Rotary Club invited Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School Principal Mark Hollick and Hudson High School Principal Brian Regan to present students to be recognized for their various achievements. Assabet Valley recognized senior Devon Hassan while Hudson High recognized senior Samantha Johnson. These young adults were honored for their work inside […]

Local Destination Imagination team and Shrewsbury library partner with winning results

May 12th, 2016

(Standing, back row, l to r) Team managers Vidya Sambasivan and Arjola Terova, Shrewsbury Public Library Reference Librarian Walker Evans; (standing, front row, l to r) Pranidhi Vidyaprakash, Anusha Patil, Cassidy Astorino (holding the 3D model), Anastasia Terova; (sitting, l to r) Varsha Swaminathan, Yerin Kim and Anika Karre
(Photo/Melanie Petrucci)

Shrewsbury – What does an elementary student working on an important project do to create a shrunken giant? She contacts the Shrewsbury Public Library to use their state-of-the-art 3D printer. Recently, a student on an elementary-level Destination Imagination (DI) team was in need of a way to illustrate a plot point in the performance component at a recent competition. She needed to show her character, a giant, who drinks a magic shrinking potion during the team’s performance skit, in shrunken form.

Athlete Spotlight: Ryan Shufflebarger

May 12th, 2016

Ryan Shufflebarger (Photo/submitted)

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