Bronco Bulletin

Keefe Regional Technical School

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March 1, 2019

Welcome back from February Vacation!

We are excited to kick off the month of March as we approach the end of Term II in a couple weeks. Make sure you scroll down to check out some photos from the SkillsUSA District competition that took place at Keefe Tech this past Wednesday, February 27th. Congratulations to all of the students that participated and a special shout out to our gold, silver and bronze medal winners on their success!

Announcements and Events

Attention Grade 9 Students: There will be a Class of 2022 meeting on Monday, March 4 at 2pm in Room 111A. We will be discussing the upcoming Chipotle fundraiser; Snacks will be provided!

There will be a brief meeting for all girls signed up to play softball on Tuesday, March 5th, after school in room 221.

There will be a brief meeting for all Boys' Volleyball players on Tuesday March 5th after school in room 202. If you intend on playing this spring make sure you attend this meeting!

The next KT SADD and Homecoming committee meeting will be after school Tuesday March 5th in room 313 with Mrs. Cavicchio. Come help plan the up-coming events of Homecoming weekend 2019!

Drama Club Members: Rehearsals for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory have begun. Meet in the auditorium at 2:15 Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

Attention Seniors: Yearbooks for 2019 sales begin. If interested see Mr. Griffin in 205. Deposit $20 Total cost $60.

Wednesday, March 13, 3019 - 10:35 AM Dismissal for students. It is also the end of Term II!

Course Selection for the 2019-2020 School Year:

School Counselors will begin meeting with students next week regarding the course selection process for the 2019-2020 school year. Academic instructors have made course level recommendations for students in grades 9, 10 and 11. Course verification will be shared with parents/guardians once this process is complete.


Academic and Career and Tech Updates

Thursday, March 7th - MCAS Infrastructure Trial for grade 10 students.

It is very important that all grade 10 students are in the building that day to prepare for the ELA MCAS exam that will occur on March 26 and 27. Grade 9 students will have an assembly during the trail and grade 11 and 12 students will report to CTE Programs.

D Block pickle ball champs - Hinks Gelin and Gabe Cruz!

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The sophomores in LPS learned about retail security and loss prevention from our guest, Rei Goldsby from Home Depot. Rei explained that she gets to go undercoverjob to prevent shoplifting. She loves her job and she said there is lots of opportunity in retail security.

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Student Activities

Have dinner at Chipotle on Monday, March 18th and help support the Class of 2022! Bring the flyer below with you!

Open House at Framingham GLASS for LGBTQ and youth of color. Check out the info fyler below.

Carnations with Cupid was filled with laughter, love songs and lots and lots of KT Spirit and fun! The Cupid Squad happily planned, prepared and participated in the most successful fundraiser so far, raising a total of $380! Let's keep it up and reach our goal of raising enough $ to have the greatest Homecoming dance Keefe Tech has ever seen!!

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Student Spotlight

Congratulations to our Keefe SkillsUSA District Competition 2019 Winners. Keefe Tech students took home 13 Gold, 8 Silver, and 15 Bronze medals! Way to go Broncos!

Auto service technology

Alec Chan – Bronze

Cabinet Making

Brock Howatt – Bronze

Computer Programming

Daniel Quackenbush – Gold

Cosmetology (over 500 hours)

Kimberly Richard – Gold – Post Grad

Nicole Cloonan – Silver – Post Grad

Commercial Baking

Lettie Segars - Bronze

Graphic Communications

Unique Linnell – Silver

Cosmetology (under 500 hours)

Gabrielle Buentello – Bronze

Criminal Justice

Crystal Soeiro – Gold

Krystalie Garmendia - Silver


Jayden Gavin - Gold

First Aid /CPR

Amanda Lamberti – Bronze

Information Technology Service

Brandon Leung – Gold

Jonathan Spalti – Silver

Nurse Assisting

Ashley Sok – Gold

Christian Espana – Silver

Emilie Avelar – Bronze

Web Design

Nicholas Teuber - Bronze

Vincent Kuchrawy - Bronze

Telecommunications Cabling

John Quintin - Bronze

Medical Math

Nicol Correa Acuna - Bronze

Urban Search And Rescue

Michael Clifford – Silver

Daniel Goyette - Silver


Oliver Hamerla - Bronze

Power Equipment Technology

Sean Heino - Gold


Stephen Forde - Silver

Screen Print Technology

Allison DeBalsi – Gold

Nail Care

Jessica De Jesus - Gold

Jayaunna Leggett – Bronze

Team Works

James Kennally - Gold

Ryan Fafard - Gold

Luis Martinez - Gold

Matthew Sostilio - Gold

Restaurant Service

Tienhung Vancong - Bronze

Mobile Robotics Technology

Damian Guzman - Bronze

Christian Garcia - Bronze

Superintendent Evans welcoming students to the event!

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Our Culinary Students Are Excited and Ready To Go!

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Faculty/Staff Spotlight

Congratulations to Mr. Antonio Lopes on his retirement after many years of service as both a Math Teacher and most recently an ESL Aide. Best of luck, you will be missed!
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Student Opportunities

Scholarships are available for CyberMath Academy's summer camps. Interested students can sign up for consideration here. Scholarship amount varies depending on the student’s achievements and/or need and availability of funds. Our camps are open to students in grades 4-12. Application Deadline for scholarships is March 24, 2019.

Two Locations in July 2019:

  • Harvard Law School, Wasserstein Hall, 1585 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02138.
  • Stanford University, 450 Serra Mall, Stanford, CA 94305

Student Assistantship Program this summer at Danforth - if you love art, check this out!

Studio Assistantship Program is designed to expose high school students to the administrative functions and educational practices of a visual arts school. In their role as Studio Assistants, participants contribute to the efficiency of school operations, assist instructors with all aspects of teaching and creating, including material prep, classroom management, and critique. Most importantly, studio assistants act as leaders and provide positive and beneficial experiences to Danforth students. Assistants will participate in a variety of classes, which will afford them the experience of differentiated lesson planning and teaching methods. Working with individual students will allow them to see the degree of student learning at different developmental levels.


Summer Employment Opportunity - Lifeguard Certification: We are offering summer employment and lifeguard certification for individuals who are sixteen years of age and older. Our management knows the Company’s greatest resource is our staff, and we strive to build solid teams that will make each workday safe and enjoyable for both themselves and their patrons.

Lifeguarding for High Sierra Pools is more than just a job: it’s the chance to be an integral part of a community and a role model to the youth that swim there. High Sierra Pools’ lifeguards and staff ensure the safety of hundreds of pools and thousands of patrons. We employ year-round professionals as well as qualified seasonal staff focused on our core values of safety, service and teamwork.

Please contact Andrei Nursi, Assistant 617-291-7230 or with any questions.

MassBay Summer Stem Starter Academy:

The Summer STEM Sampler Workshops will be offered July 15-19, 2019 at the Wellesley Hills campus. This one week program is designed to give high school students exposure to different areas of STEM. The workshops are a five day exploratory in: Science (Biotechnology Lab Work); Technology (Robotics and Web Design); Engineering (Engineering Design); and Math (interactive, contextualized in STEM). See attached flyer.

Parent/Guardian Resources

IPASS Parent Portal Sign-Up Information

Instructions for parents/guardians to sign-up to view student grades.

If you are in need of temporary food assistance please see information below about our partnership with Daniel's Table.