Blue Hills Regional Technical School
February 10, 2017
he 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.
Upcoming Events: Come on out and support our student athletes during winter sports.
- Mid-term: Friday, February 10
- February School Vacation: Monday, February 20-Friday, February 25--NO SCHOOL
- School Reopens on Monday, February 27
- School Assembly on Monday, February 27 with Dr. Mykee Fowlin.
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.
Please feel free to send photos of events and information to share with us.
Community College Week by Mrs. Burns, Lead Guidance Counselor
Design and Visual Communications Field Trip with Ms. Wayland, Behind the Anchor Desk at Channel 5 WCVB. Photo Courtesy of Ms. Wayland.
Graphic Communication Students Photographed Auto Tech Students Struggling to Move a Vehicle. Photo Courtesy of Liam Coyne.
Culinary Arts Senior, Takirah Spencer-White prepared the Super Bowl cake which was decorated by Bethalys Torres. The cake was raffled off on Friday and Mr. Cerqueira was the lucky winner. Proceeds are going to the Dan Jordan Scholarship Fund. Photo courtesy of Mr. Green.
Freshmen Criminal Justice Students Tour Canton Police Station by Mr. Welch
On Monday February 6th, 2017 the ninth grade criminal justice program from Blue Hills Regional Technical School visited the Canton Police Department. Officer Scott Connor the school resource officer/advisory chairman met with students and guided the tour. 14 students toured the entire facility to see the inner workings of the department. Students had a chance to meet with Chief Ken Berkowitz and Deputy Chief Helena Finland.
Students toured through the 9-1-1 communication center, the holding cell areas, and all other units of the police station. They also were shown how the 911 system works. Students experienced how fingerprints are developed and stored, and how you are processed into the system. They also were shown how the 911 system works. Photos courtesy of Mr. Welch, Criminal Justice Instructor.