Raider Family News

February, 2022 Volume 8

Mask Mandate Changes--February 28th

At Tuesday night's school committee meeting, the Somerset Berkley Regional School Committee voted to amend the existing face-covering policy to end the mandate and to make the wearing of masks in schools optional. Masks will be strongly encouraged to be worn but are optional. There are three exceptions for when masks must be worn in schools:



  1. Students and staff returning from 5-day quarantine following a positive COVID test must follow strict mask use, other than when eating, drinking, or outside, and conduct active monitoring for symptoms, through day 10 of exposure.
  2. By federal public health order, all students and staff are required to wear a mask on school buses.
  3. Masks will be required in all school health offices.


These changes will begin on Monday, February 28 when we return from February vacation.


We wish everyone a wonderful, safe and restful week!

Attention Class of 2022!

Seniors,


You have received a few emails regarding signing up for Cap & Gowns and for how you would like your name to appear on your diploma. Should you not have already filled this out, please do so as soon as possible. Please remember this MUST be done through the student's email by the end of this month. Also, please do not forget the list of important dates for the Class of 2022. Thank you.

2022 Yearbooks are on Sale!

Please click here to purchase the 2021-2022 Somerset Berkley Regional High School Yearbook.

Save the Date

Please save the date for the following events:


Junior/Senior Black and White Semi-Formal at White's of Westport: Friday, March 18, 2022

6:30-10:00 p.m.


Freshmen/Sophomore Semi-Formal at White's of Westport: Thursday, April 14, 2022

6:30-10:00 p.m.


Junior/Senior Prom at Gillette Stadium: Friday, May 6, 2022

6:00-10:00 p.m.



Guests will be allowed to attend and all dance protocols are in effect as delineated in our handbook.

Girl Up Prom Dress Drop Off

SBRHS's Girl Up invites you to donate gently used formal and semi-formal dresses to our annual Prom Dress Drive. Girl Up is a club founded by the United Nations for the purpose of empowering students all over the world through community service and education.


When: Saturday, February 26, 2022 9:00-11:00 a.m.

Where: SBRHS Performing Arts Center Entrance


SAVE THE DATE: March 12 from 9-11 a.m. any student (does NOT need to be from SBRHS) interested or in need of a free prom dress can come to SBRHS to pick a dress. More information will be forthcoming from Girl Up.

Positive At-Home Test Notification Form

If your student tests positive for Covid-19, please fill out the attached form. One of our nurses will contact you as soon as possible. For more information, please email Mrs. Andrade (andradek@sbregional.org) or Mrs. Cusick (cusickt@sbregional.org).

SBRHS Receives a MassCUE Grant Award

SBRHS Fashion Design and Computer Science students are teaming up to bring you TechStyles! Mrs. Kyla Schmigle and Dr. James Burke received a MassCUE classroom grant which will allow their classes to partner to take fashion design, self-expression, and wearable tech to the next level.
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Raider Scores His 1000th Point

Congratulations to Boys' Basketball 4-year starter and Team Captain Ethan Dias on scoring his 1000th point in a tough fought game against ORR.
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Upcoming Spirit Days

March 2nd: Wear Purple to Show Support for "Spread the Word to End the Word Inclusion Day"

March 3rd: March Madness Day

March 21st: Wear mismatched socks and/or blue and yellow in honor of "World Down Syndrome Day"


A sincere thank you from our "Big Buddies" Program for your participation in our 3/2 and 3/21 days!

MMEA All-State Chorus Acceptance

Congratulations to El Larabee who was accepted into the MMEA Allstate chorus. This is an extremely difficult task and it is a testament to their hard work and dedication. El will now represent Somerset Berkley Regional High School at Symphony Hall and will perform with some of the best high school musicians in the state.

Reminder to Parents--Parent Drop Off

For parents who drop off students in the morning: Please do not enter the student or faculty parking lots to drop off students. We have had a few instances of accidents that we certainly want to avoid for all parties. Drop off should be in the front of the building entering from County Street or Clifford Holland Road.

Work Permits




All students 14 through 17 years old who obtain employment are required by the Massachusetts Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development to have a Work Permit. Work Permits for SBRHS students are issued through the High School before or after school or by appointment during study hall. If you have any questions please email Mrs. Bernier at bernierd@sbregional.org.


Employment Permit Application for Students ages 14-17 years old

Work Permit Process