Masco Memo #31
April 3, 2022
School Mission Statement
Headlines and Highlights (TL;DR bullets)
- Mark Your Calendar
- Mindfulness Minute
- June Semester Exam Schedule
- COVID Test Distribution
- PAC Updates
- Junior Prom reminders
- Environmental Club
- Model UN
- MMPA: Document Shredding
- Tri-Town Council
- Sights and Sounds of Learning
Mark Your Calendar
- April 4, Delayed Opening 10 AM
- April 7, Band Concert 7 PM
- April 11, Senior Internships begin
- April 12, Choral Concert 7 PM
- April 15, Early Dismissal 10:30 AM
- April 18 - 22, April Recess
- April 25, Classes Resume
REMINDER: DELAYED opening Monday
June Semester Exam Schedule
COVID-19 At Home Tests
If you test positive for COVID-19, we ask that you contact the Health Office to report the absence.
Masconomet PAC Fundraiser
Parent Activities Committee (PAC) is currently hosting a Texas Roadhouse gift card fundraiser.
Please consider supporting PAC by purchasing a gift card today! PAC will receive 10% of all sales which go directly to teachers to enhance and add fun to their curriculum! Gift cards will be distributed by PAC after the fundraiser ends on April 24th. Thank you for supporting PAC!To purchase your gift card or scan a QR code, go to this link.
PAC PIZZA BASH - Class of 2022
PAC Reminder: Senior Signs
Junior Prom Information
Members of the Model UN team participated in the Clark University Model UN Conference on Saturday March 26th in Worcester. Five Masco delegates were recognized for their outstanding efforts in their respective committees. They are pictured below.
- Ollie Waweru, honorable mention
- Tess Thattacherry, verbal commendation
- Lily Fishman, honorable mention
- Fiona Bolzan, honorable mention
- Henry Liu, verbal commendation
Student Council Welcome Tri-Town Seniors
Mindfulness in the Age of Digital Distraction
7 - 8:30PM via Zoom
Register here to receive the Zoom link.
Sights and Sounds of Learning
Literary Inspired Costume Walk
Who says Trigonometry isn't important?
Athletic Academic Eligibility Reminder
A friendly reminder to all athletes regarding academic eligibility for the fall. Per the MIAA Handbook (page 55), "To be eligible for the fall marking period, students are required to have passed and received full credits for the previous academic year the equivalent of four traditional year-long major English courses." This means that any student who wants to participate in Fall athletics must have successfully passed four-academic subjects during the 2021-2022 school year. The MIAA academic eligibility standards are designed to ensure that a student is fully enrolled in school and actively engaged in academic life on a consistent basis throughout the school year. Questions regarding eligibility can be directed to Mr. Daileanes.