Bronco Bulletin

Keefe Regional Technical School

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January 18, 2019

Announcements and Events

Have a great long weekend!


Monday, January 21 - No School


Wednesday, January 23 - Midterm - Term II


Friday, January 25 - 10:35 AM dismissal for students


February 18 - 22 - No School - February Break


Course Selection for the 2019-2020 School Year:

Over the next two cycles academic teachers will be making course recommendations for their students. School Counselors will begin meeting with students at the end of January through the first couple of weeks of March to finalize student schedules and plan for the next school year. Course verification will be shared with parents/guardians once this process is complete.


Reminder to Parents/Guardians: If you are dismissing a student during the school day, please send your child in with a note and have them bring that to the Main Office on the morning of the day they need to be dismissed. This will reduce interruption to classes and will result in timely dismissals for students.


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

Academic Updates

Engineering and AutoCad students explore Waters Corporation!

Engineering and AutoCad students took a field trip Monday to Waters Corporation in Milford, Massachusetts. Waters Corp. is a research, design, development, and manufacturing company that makes Liquid Chromatography and Mass Spec systems. These systems are used in the chemical analysis of DNA, drugs, food, and other products. Students got to tour the facility and interact with current employees to learn more about working in a manufacturing environment.

D Block badminton champs - Ryan Swift and Alex Landaverde

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F Block badminton champs - Iam Rodas and Daniel Lopes

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Career and Technical Updates

Grade 9 Students will be selecting Career and Tech Programs next week!

Individual Career and Tech Program Selection Meetings will occur the week of January 22-25th: Students will meet individually with their School Counselor and Director of Guidance/Admission to select their Career and Technical Program. Paperwork will go home about placement for parents/guardians to confirm. The order of program selection is determined by the grades students earn in their 8 exploratory cycles and overall performance in school.


We ask that parents/guardians sign the paperwork confirming their student's placement and that students return the next day to their English teacher.


Students will start in their Career and Technical Program on Monday, January 28th! Students will start their program during an assembly in the auditorium (7:35AM for AM exploratory and 11:00AM for PM exploratory).

Future Farmer's of America State Officer's visit KT!

On Friday January 11 the FFA State Officer Team visited the Horticulture Program and had a workshop on overcoming obstacles and achieving your dreams. This event was a primer for our FFA membership to prepare for their upcoming state convention in March. Many of the students will be involved in competitions ranging from public speaking to landscaping.
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Grade 10 horticulture students working at The Natick Community Organic Farm. Harvesting lettuce greens during our weekly community service experience at the farm.

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Culinary students visit Lily's Pasta in Everett, MA!

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The Early Childhood Education and Teaching Juniors are starting their American Red Cross CPR curriculum. They are doing fabulous! They will be certified by the end of term 2 and then they will be ready to go out to their cooperative placements.

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WGBH presents the domestic violence training program that Cosmetology students participated in.

Great interview Manoah!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=6&v=hOF8Gi9HnR4

School Counseling

SENIORS! Get that money for college!!!!! Learn how to apply for scholarships through Keefe Tech by attending the Guidance Scholarship Workshop on Wednesday, January 30th, at 12:00 pm in Auditorium. Sign up for this event in guidance.


Junior College Planning Night - SAVE THE DATE!

Thursday, February 7th beginning at 6PM


  • Complete overview of the college exploration and application process
  • Representatives from colleges and universities
  • Opportunity to have questions answered by School Counselors
  • 3 presentations will be running at the same time in English, Portuguese and Spanish

An evite was sent home to families earlier this week. Families can sign up electronically or in the Guidance Office.


SAT Prep Courses: We are in the process of putting together information on SAT Prep Math and Verbal Courses for grade 11 students that will begin after February vacation. The goal of these classes is to help prepare student for the May or June 2019 SAT exam.


A mailing about this opportunity will go home to families in the next couple of weeks. Stay tuned!


Math SAT Prep Course will run on Tuesdays from 5:30P - 8PM beginning February 26, 2019 and ending April 30, 2019


Verbal SAT Prep Course will run on Thursdays from 5:30PM - 8PM beginning February 28, 2019 and ending May 2, 2019.


Each class will be $100 and registration will be first come first serve once open. If there is not sufficient registration the course will not run.


Seniors who are planning to apply to 4-year colleges and universities should be working on their college applications, completing necessary essays and making sure they have connected with teachers about recommendations. Students should make an appointment with their School Counselor if they have not done so already. Deadlines come up quick and we want to make sure they everyone is on track.


Grade 11 Students who took the PSAT in October! Counselors will be meeting with students at the end of this month to review scores. Information on how to obtain your scores prior to these meetings is below.


All students should have received an email about their results (see below). School Counselors will also be meeting with students in January to review results and help students create a plan of their next steps surrounding the college process.


How to Get Your Scores


When your PSAT/NMSQT scores are ready online, you'll get an email with instructions on creating your College Board account, going to your online score report, and using your access code to view your scores.


From your desktop, you can also print your online score report by clicking the View Details button, then clicking Download Report in the top right corner.


Watch this video for more tips to help you access scores

Student Activities

Registration is now open for the February Drivers Education Course. Please see Mr. Rabidou in room 324 or Mr. Peppersack in room 216 for applications. Enroll now to reserve a spot.


Project Adventure is going rock climbing on 1/23. Cost is $10. See Mr. Whitcomb for a permission slip.

Student Spotlight

Congratulations to all of our students who earned High Honor or Honor Roll Term One! Keep up the good work!


KEEFE TECH ANNOUNCES TERM 1 HONOR ROLL STUDENTS


FRAMINGHAM, MA – Keefe Regional Technical School is pleased to announce the following students have been named to the school’s Term 1 Honor Roll.


Ashland High Honors: Grade 9, Melinda Ssebbowa. Grade 10, Hannah Ciniello, Noah Prince, Owen Sheehy. Grade 11, Natalia Rivera. Grade 12, Shaylee Carrasquillo.

Honors: Grade 9, Owen Riis. Grade 10, Skye Bradford, Angelina Marchant-Duncan, Angel Montanez, Juan Manuel Ramirez, Angela Valentin Ortiz. Grade 11, Jayaunna Leggett, Unique Linnell, Anna Mason. Grade 12, Shauna Aarden, Lucas DaSilva, Maria Davila Guerra, Nathaniel Doctor, Nicolas Gonzalez, Hector Resto, Hailton Silva, Cameron Thebaud, Spencer Vernes.


Blackstone – Honors: Grade 10, Mia Ignoto.


Boston – Honors: Grade 11, James Kelly Jr.


Framingham – High Honors: Grade 9, Klaryssah Albani, Aiperi Bazaralieva, Daniel Fabrini, Priscillia Kunda, Darli Mazariegos Castillo, Stephen Merino, Mitchell Rieder, Alaja Slaughter, Elizabeth Smith. Grade 10, Jack Arena, Debora Barbosa Borgem, Gabriel Ferreira, Ariana Lourie, Nolan MacIver, Ruby Martinez, Ryan McCarthy. Grade 11, Nevaeh Castillo, Krystalie Garmendia, Jenna Lerminiaux, Teresa Merino, Sean Morrison, Ashley Soler Acosta. Grade 12, Laendra Magalhaes, Daniel Quackenbush.

Honors: Grade 9, Jeffrey Alvarez, Jean Arana, Ana Clara Barbalho, Luis Felipe Batista, Samuel Canoni, Emily Caryl, Frank Faranda, Edward Garcia, Hannah Gilvarg, Anthony Gomes, Samuel Lavoie, Edgar Martinez Rodriguez, Braeden McKenna, Abigail Mello, Guilherme Moraes, Iliana Moran, Davi Oliveira, Julian Orellana-Vega, Logan Patria, Myanyeliz Quinones, Evan Rosato, Neyda Salgado-Soto, Katyuska Santiago, Lily Sullivan, Valerie Taveras, Luis Valladares. Grade 10, Liliana Alfaro, Kyle Arteaga, Chantal Barroso Jaquez, Stephanie Belalcazar Corrales, Emily Brady, Edith Brickman, Paolo Calvo, Nyomi Delgado, Oliver Hamerla, Tyler Hill, Jordane James, Alexandra Melendez, Kiersten Miller, Jordi Montanez, Ana Julia Oliveira, Victoria Ortiz Colon, Mia Reyes, Larissa Ribeiro, Camila Santos, Stacy Catherine Santos, Stephanie Santos, Matthew Savino, Dylan Schrag, Crystal Soeiro, Sabrynna Souza, Ryan Swallow, Camila Trinidad, Kendall Tufford, Filipe Vasconcelos. Grade 11, Emilie Avelar, Said Carias Nunez, Aislinn Claffey, Thiago Coelho, Nicol Correa Acuna, Laura Davison, Carlos De Leon Cabrera, Alejandra Diaz, Juliany Diaz Gonzalez, William Edman, Gelmer Fajardo, Jose Famania, Lucas Ferreira, Ronoldy Funes Jr., Vincent Giarla, Nikolas Giombetti, Lancelot Good, Jocelyn Kirkpatrick, Amanda Lamberti, Marcella Lopes, Hilda Mogollon, George Moutafis, Arelys Nieves, Carlos Ordonez, Joze Orellana-Vega, Erika Parada Martinez, Jeferson Pineda, Anthony Ratta, Alondra Rodriguez, Javier Rodriguez, Samuel Rubin, Heidi Sanchez, Bryan Silva, Ashley Sok, Matthew Sostilio, Jonathan Spalti, Robert Steele, Kathleen Swanton, Carlyn Thoreson, Jorge Tobon, Tevaughn Traille, Stanley Williams Jr. Grade 12, Juan Alfaro Ramos, Pedro Andino, Shade Bruce, Enmanuel Capellan Urbaez, Rose Casella, Peyton Cohen, Melony Contreras, Matheus De Oliveira, Keysi Fajardo, Stephen Forde, Christian Garcia, Samuel Llorens, Cali Lupien, Luis Martinez, Jessika Matos Feliz, Elsi Mejia, Dannie Messias, Miguel Nin Rosario, Nidya Quinones, Isabella Maria Reis, Iam Rodas, Zachary Rubin, Renata Silva, Caroline Soares, Kaitlyn Sok, Jacob Stanley, Sophia Swann, Anjeh Titafangmbung.


Holliston – High Honors: Grade 9, Dylan Contreras, Sara Lagodimos, Vaansh Mansharamani. Grade 10 – Alec Chan, Liberty Perron. Grade 11, James Kennally. Grade 12, Jay Birchler, Stephen Chan, Madison Foster.

Honors: Grade 9, Hallie Cole, Zoe Rosen. Grade 10, Kelsey Armstrong, James Bender, Sylvie Bielak, Liam Dolan, Vanessa Durning, Ryan Hunt, Paige Rezendes, Alanah Wills, Ethan Ze'evi. Grade 11, Jared Abusheery, David Cahill, Evelyn Foster, Brandon Paradie, Morgan Reno, Lettie Segars, Brendan Sellers, Amelia St. George, Harrison Stevens. Grade 12, Dylan Beckerman, Mackenzie Burpee, Harrison Macdonald, Jolene Ryan.


Hopkinton – High Honors: Grade 9, Jake Shepard. Grade 10, Gabrielle Buentello.

Honors: Grade 9, Michael Duffy, Alexis Manchester. Grade 10, Desarae Cioppa. Grade 11, Kimberly Recinos, Michael Salber, Aidan Shepard. Grade 12, Juliet Jacobs.


Hudson – Honors: Grade 10, Jacob Baker.


Medway – Honors: Grade 10, Joshua MacLeod.


Natick – High Honors: Grade 10, Daniel Parker. Grade 11, Phillip Denty, Skye Diaz, Dylan Gaudet, Cal Marden, Gabriel Sharon.

Honors: Grade 9, Lowin Farrell, Michael Lamont, James Starling, Selina Torrijos. Grade 10, Olivia Anderson, Michael Clifford, Scott Joyce, Peter Miller, Tyler Stinson. Grade 11, Emily Bianco, Amariana Lee, Imaria Lee, Caitlin Ryder. Grade 12, Christian Dominguez, Nicole Dunajski, Andrew LeBlanc.

Athletics

Winter athletes are starting to compete!

Please check out the team schedules on the website and mark your calendars to support the KT Broncos!


https://www.keefetech.org/student-life/athletics


There will be a brief meeting for all who are interested in playing baseball in the spring. The meeting will be on Wednesday, January 23rd, in room 203 at 2:10.

Parent/Guardian Resources

IPASS Parent Portal Sign-Up Information

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