Student & Family Update


Dear Students and Families -

Monday, November 15 is picture day at MTRS. Students received picture forms in their advisory this week. If your child did not receive one, please contact their advisor or the main office.

Looking Ahead:

  • Wednesday November 10 is a full day of school

  • Thursday, November 11- Veterans Day - no school

  • Monday, November 15 is picture day

  • Wednesday, November 24 is a ½ day of school with dismissal at 11:30

  • Thursday, November 25 and Friday November 26 - no school


Click HERE for this week's Athletics Newsletter

Winter registration for MTRS Athletics is OPEN! Click HERE or visit the link below to our FamilyID portal to sign-up today! Registering is EASY -- If you've never used the site before, you'll need to create a log-in for first-time use. As a reminder ALL student-athletes MUST register via Family ID in order to participate, and need an updated sports physical on file with the MTRS Nurse's Office. In addition all student-athletes MUST sign the consent form to sign-up for COVID-19 pool testing. Click HERE for the link to sign-up for online COVID-19 pool testing or visit the link below. Paper copies are also available in the MTRS main office. If you need any help or have questions along the way, don't hesitate to reach out to Athletic Director Greg Vouros for more information at

Family ID Link:

Covid-19 Online Pool Testing Sign-Up:

Our Winter Sports offerings include:

  • Alpine Skiing

  • Basketball

  • Indoor Track

  • Nordic Skiing

  • Wrestling

Message from the Library

7th and 8th Grade Math Intervention

Happy Fall! Intervention has begun at Mohawk Trail! As we get further into the school year, I would like to recommend ways you can support your MTRS student in math. Below are just a few ways you can encourage math thinking at home!

Encourage Math Talk

  • Math exists in our daily lives whether it is at our jobs or in our homes. Talk to your student about ways in which you might use math in your life.

  • Encourage your student to talk about and use math when baking or cooking! Students can calculate measurements of ingredients, especially when doubling or halving a recipe.

  • Make it a math challenge when shopping! For example, students can estimate the total when grocery shopping. They might round up to the nearest dollar amount for items and see if they estimate a total close to what the register says.

  • While in the car, ask your child to calculate how many more miles or minutes there are left in your trip. See how accurate they can be!

I would like to invite you to the next LEC meeting where I will be available to talk more about math. I will present additional information about the Title 1 program there as well. Please come join the conversation!

Student Services

Please click here for the Student Services Newsletter

Message From the Nurse’s Office

COVID-19 pool testing

As a reminder, POOL TESTING is required for athletics, extracurriculars, and before- and after-school programs. ALL information can be found on the district’s COVID-19 Information page at OR by clicking on the “Helpful Links” drop-down from any of the school websites. If you participate in one of the above activities (including coaches and volunteers) -- you MUST sign-up for testing! If you have any questions surrounding the process, procedure, or need additional information, please reach out to our district Nurse Leader Donna Weber at or Superintendent Sheryl Stanton at


Select: Consent Now → Mohawk Trail → (select your school)

For staff, coaches, or anyone over 18 years of age, please select “Sign consent form for yourself.”

For caregivers who need to give consent for their child/ren, please select “Sign consent form for a minor.”

If you are unable to complete the online sign-up/consent, please contact Donna Weber for a paper copy to complete.

Please see this document on when to stay home from school. With the concerns surrounding the Delta variant, it remains important to do the daily screening prior to coming to school every day and staying home if you’re sick. Over the next few days, the district nurses will be updating the COVID-19 section of our family guidance handbook and sharing it with you all.

Also, just another friendly reminder to please complete and send in the annual health form in order for your child to be treated in the health office. If your child has a medication, inhaler, or epipen, the health office will also need a completed medication form from their PCP office. If you are exempting your child from any vaccines, please send in a signed note with the appropriate information.

Currently, there is an issue with a few faxes in the building so please use the front office (413) 625-6652 to send over any necessary paperwork. You can also take a picture or scan and send the paperwork directly to me at this email: Larissa Harrison,

Lunch Menu

Please follow this link to the food services page for the posted menus.

MTRS International Trip

New trip info! Please click here for information on Mrs. Camarda’s trip to Italy and Greece in June of 2024. Email Mrs. Camarda for more information:

Let’s get social - Follow Us on Facebook & Instagram!

Get a glimpse of our students and staff in action! Follow our official pages and stay connected! Our official school Facebook and Instagram pages are @mohawktrailregional.

MTRS sports fans, we also have MTRS Athletics Instagram and Twitter pages! Follow your favorite teams @MTRSAthletics.


To view the superintendent’s weekly S’UPDATES, please visit

SAVE THE DATE: Family Literacy Night - Wednesday, Nov. 17 (it's an early release day) from 3:30-5:30 p.m. in the Mohawk Trail Regional School cafeteria and JOIN US for some literacy FUN!

* Small read aloud sessions led by MTRS students & community volunteers

* FUN, movement-based literacy activities

* Refreshments

* Book Giveaways and Raffles courtesy of the Mary Lyon Foundation!

* Village Closet Pop-Up hosted by It Takes A Village! FREE clothing exchange for children Ages 2-8! Stop by the closet pop-up, drop-off clean and sorted clothing, and take home new items! Need something else? To request non-clothing items (or other sizes), contact our partners at It Takes A Village at and they'll bring what you need to the event! Want to donate/drop-off items in advance? There will be a drop-off bin in front of MTRS beginning Monday, Oct. 25.

Need more information? Contact Us!


lia Woofenden, MTRSD Liaison for Community Engagement and Enrichment Programs at

Want to help promote literacy skills in our district and how the Mary Lyon Foundation can help? Contact Kristen Baker at for more information and to sign-up for the Foundation's mailing list!

A big thank you to our community partners at the Mary Lyon Foundation and It Takes a Village for helping to make this a great event for our families!

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PARENTS - you need a night out and your children need a fun-filled night IN with us at MTRS! We’re bringing back a crowd favorite and hosting a Parent’s Night Out Movie Night for students in Grades K-6 on Friday, Dec. 3 from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Mohawk Trail Regional School.

5:30 p.m. - 6 p.m. Games in the MTRS gym
6:15 p.m. - 8 p.m. Snacks & Movie time in the MTRS auditorium

Caregivers head out for a night of fun and food and support our movie night sponsor while your child is at the movie!

HERE’S THE LINK to the FB event:

Special Education Updates

Mohawk Trail SEPAC Member and Parent

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Do you have a question about your child, their services, or resources specific to your needs? If you or someone you know would like to be added to the private list and receive emails and event notifications, please send an email to: Please indicate your email, title (such as parent of a student with IEP/504), District, Interested Party or other)

Disclosure: SEPAC maintains the list of contacts and keeps the information private. This email is maintained by a parent and volunteer. Our goal is to respond in a timely manner. We will get back to you as soon as we can. Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.

'Every student can learn, just not on the same day or in the same way'

-George Evans

Parents Guide to Special Education



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