Daily Announcements

Today is Friday January 25th, 2018


No exits at the back of the buildings are due to the potential of falling snow.

The weight room will be closed today, afterschool.


Attention Seniors- Please see Mr. Tripp or Chef Y to pay your class dues. Your dues help pay for prom and other end of the year activities. Partial or full payments are accepted.

Attention Senior Class – An email has been sent to you with a link to Naviance. This is your chance to nominate people for Senior Superlatives and Submit your Senior Quote. Be prepared with your choices before you click the link. You may only open it ONE time. Nominations are due by February 6th voting will take place before February Vacation. Any question see Ms. Marshall.

There will be a Junior Class Officers Meeting on today @ 1:45 in B303 (Ms Marshall’s room)


A/V club will meet February 6th right after school in the auditorium. The club is open to anyone interested, no experience is necessary. For more information, please see Mr. Torres in room C309.


Poetry Out Loud, a poetry recitation contest for high school students, is coming to Worcester Tech on Thursday, January 31. Participants memorize and recite two poems from the Poetry Out Loud website and compete to be crowned Tech Champion. The winner advances to the State Semi-finals in Springfield. See Ms Holland in C340 for info or to sign up. Everyone is welcome to participate.

For all students participating in skills you can go to Mrs. Barrasso room B312 every Tuesday from 1:43pm – 3pm to review career readiness skills. Also you permission slip for district competition are due next week January 24th.


There is Saturday Buyback this week. Students need to be in the main lobby by 8am with school work. Students on Math Palto are expected to attend. Any questions see Mr. Healey or your guidance counselor.


Good Luck to the Boy’s Basketball teams as they host AMSA. JV game starts at 5pm with the Varsity game to follow.

365z Quote of the Day

“Try to make at least one person happy every day… If you cannot do a kind deed, speak a kind word. If you cannot speak a kind word, think a kind thought. Count up, if you can, the treasure of happiness that you would dispense in a week, in a year, in a lifetime!”- Lawrence G. Lovasik