TMHS Weekly Update

April 6, 2020

While School is out...

We hope that you are all doing well and staying healthy. This week we hope that our students create more structure to their days by engaging in remote learning. As a reminder, students will receive credit/no credit for their courses at the end of the school year. Teachers have been working hard the past week to prepare for remote learning. We have included information about the time expectations and a schedule for each full year and half year class on the TPS Remote Learning Plan site. Students should be checking their Google Classroom for specific information on assignments and office hours times.

We want to thank you for all of your support and patience during this unprecedented time in our history.

Stay healthy and safe!

Senior Project

If we were in school, our seniors would have started their Senior Projects today. However, we are not as a result of circumstances out of all of our control. With the Governor having pushed back school closures until May 4th, we do not see that it is possible for our seniors to complete even a modified project. Therefore, all seniors will remain in their courses and continue to engage in remote learning. School is not optional for seniors at this time.

Physical Education/Wellness Activities

Activities for exercise and wellness will be posted on the TMHS website and twitter each day. We encourage everyone to find time each day to focus on their physical and mental wellness.

Here is the link:

Remote Learning Plan

Here is the link to the TPS Remote Learning Plan.

There is information included on this site about the TMHS plan for remote learning. Students will receive information about assignments for each of their courses via their teacher's Google Classroom. Students will receive feedback on this work and whether students receive credit/no credit will be determined for all students at the end of the school year.

School Events Update

Here is the link to the email that was sent on March 20th concerning the status of school events.

Family Resources

Here is a link to resources from our Office of Student and Family Support:

Frequently Asked Questions - April 6, 2020

Below is the link to some frequently asked questions you may have about the impact of the extension of school closures in Massachusetts.

MIAA Spring Sports Update

After much discussion, the MIAA BOD decided to delay the start of the 2020 spring season to May 4, 2020. Respecting the fluidity of this situation, this decision may be revisited prior to May 4th.

AP Exams Information

This is the most up to date information we have concerning Advanced Placement exams.

Grab and Go Lunch

A Grab and Go Lunch plan has been established for all students in the district.

Please see attached link for this Grab and Go Student Lunch Option

Resources for Parents

Some great suggestions in this article!

“31 Important Things You Should Say ‘No’ to for a Happier Life” by Danny Forest in Forge, February 19, 2020,