Blue Hills News

From the Desk of the Principal

Week of February 24, 2020

To the Blue Hills community:


As you know, there were some hateful messages posted on social media last week, and these messages spread over social media and were linked to Blue Hills. I read the following statement to all students and faculty today over the PA system:


Last week, many of you saw or received messages on social media that were hateful, hurtful, vile, and wrong. These messages do not represent our school, our students, or our faculty. We will be meeting with each grade over the next few days about this incident and about the values that Blue Hills strives to embody. Everyone in this school deserves to feel safe and be respected. I want everyone to know that we are committed to ensuring the safety of all our students, and in making Blue Hills a place where all students can learn and succeed.


We are still investigating these posts and addressing the situation. Thank you for your support in speaking with your students and in supporting the safe environment we are committed to at Blue Hills. We will not tolerate hateful speech or actions of any kind.


Please read on as we have some fantastic opportunities coming up in the next month for parent and student engagement. I want to especially highlight our partnership with Mass Heartbeat on March 13th. This is a fantastic opportunity for your student to get a free ECG screening by qualified health professionals, read by a cardiologist. Please see below for details and register through the link provided (FamilyID). There is no cost at all for this program. It is first come first serve, and open to 250 Blue Hills students.


Congratulations to the following Athletic Teams for making the MIAA tournament:


  • Boys Basketball - Wednesday 2/26, 6:30 p.m. @ Abington HS
  • Girls Basketball - Thursday 2/27, 5:30 p.m. @ Carver HS
  • Hockey - Thursday, 2/27, 7:40 p.m. @ the Rockland Rink vs. Norwell
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Vaping Presentations

On January 27, Dr. Lester Hartman presented to all of our students during the school day on the dangers of vaping and addiction.


We are honored and grateful that Dr. Hartman will be returning to Blue Hills for an evening parent presentation at 6 p.m. on February 26. Please contact Mr. Davis (jdavis@bluehills.org) with any questions. All are welcome!
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Upcoming Events

February 26: Vaping Presentation, 6 p.m.

March 4: Superintendent/Principal Coffee Hour, 9:45 a.m.

March 13: Mass Heartbeat comes to BHR!