Blue Hills Regional Technical School
Friday, June 9, 2017
The Principal’s post is published online bi-weekly. Please take a few minutes to read it. There are wonderful things happening at Blue Hills each week. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact my office at 781-828-5800 extension 261 and make an appointment to see me with Ms. Fama or email me at Jill Rossetti.
We are happy to announce that we have been invited into the Massachusetts School Building Authority's project process for school renovation. Please check out the current information.
- English and Social Studies Final Exams Gr. 9 & 11: Early Dismissal: Monday, June 19,
- Math and Science Final Exams Make-up: Tuesday, June 20: Early Dismissal
- Make-up Final Exams and Early Dismissal on Wednesday, June 21
- Last Day of School: Thursday, June 22 at 10:50 AM Dismissal for students only
- Report Cards Published, Monday, June 26
Graduation: Congratulations to the Class of 2017! We wish you all the very best.
Noah Simms, Health Services Junior, Welcomes Blue Hills Families Playing Viola. Photo Courtesy of Ms. Kuzborski.
Class Officers: (Left to Right) Joseph Mooney, Treasurer, Andrea Leigh, Secretary, Holly Larson, Vice President, Fiona Bruce-Baiden, President
Class of 2017 Processional to the Field Captured by Ms. Bass
Seniors Noelle Boyle and Kathryn Walsh Sing the National Anthem at Graduation. Photo Courtesy of Ms. Bass.
Watertown Fire Department Surprises and Supports Graduate Patrick Toscano and Family--Thank you Mr. Quinn. Photo Courtesy of Ms. Bass.
Class President, Fiona Bruce-Baiden Addresses the Class of 2017. Photo Courtesy of Ms. Bass.
Joyce Quach, Valedictorian Address. Photo Courtesy of Ms. Bass.
Graduation Complete! Photo Courtesy of Ms. Kuzborski.
Congratulations, Graphics Students and Mr. Deady
From the Desk of Mr. Welch, Criminal Justice sophomores at 911 Dispatch Certified
This year 13 sophomores from the Criminal Justice program at Blue Hills Regional Technical School have received their certification From the National Academies of Emergency Dispatch.
These students finished the 40 Hour course and took a certification exam to become certified. These students are qualified to be Emergency Telecommunications (911 Dispatch) and gives them a basic understanding of how our Emergency 911 dispatch system works.
Students are able to practice what they learned on computerized simulators in the classroom which they can role play “real situations” and correctly dispatch the right units to the right call scenario.