Kevin Caruso
High School News and Notes : https://www.smore.com/w1uf5
1 day ago, Kevin Caruso
Dan Costello
Get 'em up! #Homeroom #Attendance
4 days ago, Dan Costello
Kevin Caruso
Good Afternoon MHS Families: The 2020/2021 school year starts tomorrow. Please have your student check their emails for google classroom invites and google meet information. They should log on to their A block google meet at 7:45am! Go Tigers!
4 days ago, Kevin Caruso
Colleen Andrade
4 days ago, Colleen Andrade
Dan Costello
Getting ready for textbook distribution! #FowlerFamily
5 days ago, Dan Costello
Kevin Caruso
2020-2021: News and Notes- First Edition https://www.smore.com/5t8fh
8 days ago, Kevin Caruso
Chuck Caragianes
Due to possible bad weather, our Sophomore Orientation Sessions scheduled for Thursday September 10th at 10:00am and Noon have been postponed and rescheduled for Friday September 11th at the same times at Alumni Field. A virtual evening Q & A session will also be held at 6:30pm.
10 days ago, Chuck Caragianes
Kevin Caruso
Here is the link to the latest Maynard High School news. Enjoy the long weekend! https://www.smore.com/km8x0
15 days ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
The summer is coming to an end! Orientation time is close! See the link for the orientation flyer! https://www.maynard.k12.ma.us/o/maynard-high-school/browse/162938
25 days ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
“Winning is great, sure, but if you are really going to do something in life, the secret is learning how to lose. Nobody goes undefeated all the time. If you can pick up after a crushing defeat, and go on to win again, you are going to be a champion someday.”- Wilma Rudolph
about 1 month ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Just a reminder that Maynard High School has its own store though Shutterfly. If you are looking to put together a graduation book, need extra prints or looking for that special gift, Shutterfly is having a sale from June 25-28, during which you can save up to 40% off everything + $29 for any large photo book with no promo code needed. This is an ongoing fundraiser with 8% of all purchases going towards Maynard High School International Student Travel Fund. In the past, our students have traveled to Spain, Cuba, and Canada. Hopefully our students will be able to continue their travels in the future. Please click on the link below to start shopping! MaynardHighSchoolMA.ShutterflyStorefront.com If you have any questions please contact Rita Murphy at rmurphy@maynard.k12.ma.us.
3 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Thanks Thyme in the Garden for the great landscape that will be used for the graduation pictures for our 2020 graduates!
3 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Chuck Caragianes
Maynard High School Virtual Senior Awards Night June 11th! Good evening everyone, On behalf of the Maynard Public Schools I would like to invite you to attend the Maynard High School Virtual Senior Awards Night Ceremony starting at 6:00pm this coming Thursday evening June11th. MHS Faculty Member and WAVM teacher Hannah Fullam has carefully produced this approximately 90 minute video presentation highlighting the many achievements of the Class of 2020 in a variety of fields of endeavor. (Thank you Ms. Fullam!) To access the video you can use, or forward, this link: https://youtu.be/sFDv1h8Yows Or simply click HERE The link will become active at exactly 6:00pm so click in a few minutes early, let it countdown to 6:00pm, and we can all enjoy the ceremony at exactly the same time! Hope you can join us for this exciting event honoring the incredible Class of 2020! Best regards, Chuck Caragianes Maynard High School Principal for Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment
3 months ago, Chuck Caragianes
Chuck Caragianes
Chromebook Collection (or Not Collection) Good afternoon everyone, I hope this email finds you and your family members doing well. All returning high school students are invited to keep their Chromebooks over this coming summer. This will allow our students to remain better connected to each other and Maynard High School staff members through the summer. Additionally, keeping Chromebooks over the summer will facilitate our students being able do summer enrichment activities that high school teachers have prepared. These summer enrichment activities will be posted on our school and district websites early next week. If a high school student is not returning to Maynard High School next year for whatever reason, or does not want the responsibility of keeping their Chromebook over the summer, then we do have two drop off days coming up. On Wednesday June 10th (Tomorrow) and Wednesday June 17th from 1:00-1:30pm Technology Director Adam Steiner will have tables set up in front of the Fowler School to collect electronic devices from students in all grades district wide. Again, high school students are invited to keep their Chromebooks over the summer, but the ability to turn them in does exist for students leaving the district or who would rather not keep them. Thank you for reading. Best regards, Chuck Caragianes
3 months ago, Chuck Caragianes
Chuck Caragianes
Saturday's Diploma Ceremony Good evening everyone, This coming Saturday June 13th is Diploma Day! Three groups of approximately 30 seniors each will arrive for the ceremony at three set times. The groups are listed below. Being on time and with the proper group is extremely important for all concerned. All graduates should be in their Caps and Gowns in their cars with a tassel attached and hanging to the right. The first group should arrive in the student parking lot no later than 8:30am sharp. There they will be organized by volunteer school staff members for the procession to the front of the high school with the first diploma awarded at 9:00am. The second group should arrive in the student parking lot no later than 10:00am sharp. There they will be organized by volunteer school staff members for the procession to the front of the high school with the first diploma awarded at 10:30am. The third group should arrive in the student parking lot no later than 11:30am sharp. There they will be organized by volunteer school staff members for the procession to the front of the high school with the first diploma awarded at 12:00pm. Upon arrival each graduate will receive 2 invitations for use by two guests at the Graduation Celebration on July 24th at 6:30pm at Alumni Field. Please store them safely. Under state guidelines for our ceremony it is essential that the following rules be followed on Saturday: Each graduate’s car may hold as many people as desired. There will be no bathrooms open at the school. No graduate or guests in their car may congregate with others in any way. Should anyone step out of their vehicle they must be masked and be outside the vehicle as briefly as possible. When arriving at the front of MHS to receive their diploma the graduate and not more than two guests may leave their car to receive each diploma. The graduate and two guests must be masked. Mr. Caragianes and Mr. Caruso, both of whom will be masked, will lay a diploma and any awards on a presentation table for the graduate and then they must move at least 6 feet away. The graduate and guests may then advance and pick up the diploma and any awards. Upon receiving their diploma the graduate’s tassel should be moved from the right to the left signifying that they are now a graduate of Maynard High School! The graduate and two guests may briefly take off their masks for a photograph with the diploma by the presentation table and then at a nearby site set up for another photograph. Upon completion of the photographs the graduate and guests must return to their car and head out of Tiger Drive to make room for the next graduate. All staff members in the presentation area will use hand sanitizer between graduates and sanitize any necessary surfaces. As mentioned in previous communications, the above rules are required by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts due to the COVID 19 pandemic and represent the greatest extent allowable for number of guests and opportunities for photographs without masks. Staff volunteers will be at the ceremony to assist and to celebrate along with the graduates. Please do not place these volunteers in a position where they have to act as rules enforcers. Thank you for reading and I’m looking forward to seeing you on Saturday morning. Best regards, Mr. Caragianes Graduation Groupings 9:00 Group Jinnie Mannion Noah DeCastro Patrick O’Neil Sydney Lucas Jacobson Kayla Heideman Riley Hines Erin Coleman Jack Bottasso Erin Egan Talal Siddiqui Brianna Morey Caroline Jordan Peter Jordan Brennan Angelone Matthew Antonio Thomas Babaian Steve Bahia Rachel Boerman Liyah Bonn Thomas Butler Juliano Camilo John Campbell Abigail Candela Victoria Cignotti Hannah Connerney Edgar Yvan De Mesa Kathleen Denn Joseph DiTavi Zachary St. John Sarah Synan 10:30 Group Chloe Donovan Macy Dufour Thomas Early Lily Elwell Mercy English John Enneguess Ian Fowler Jason French Darlyn Garcia Luis Fernando Galicia Garcia Jacqueline Gargas Jahdai Gerald Maria Eduarda Gouveia Kiera Henderson Aaron Jacob Robin Juerakhan Michael Kaskiewicz James Kelley Ryan Kennedy Anthony LaPusta Bryan Lawton Joseph Livolsi Ethan Lucier Briana McBean Matthew McDonald Tyler McMahon Alexandra Morgan Matthew Moriarty Chloe Nichols Emily Olsen 12:00 Group Hannah Paakki Celine Paredes-Celestino Krina Patel Shae Peterson Brianna Pileeki Sean Primiano Nicholas Riberio Nicholas Roche Luis Rodriguez Peter Andrew Schad Catherine Sherman Haily Sherman Kaya Shorr Benjamin Simmons Robert Smethers Kendra Smith Tyler Steed Owen Sullivan-Dale Owen Swanbon Ryan Swanson Olivia Taylor Owen Thayer James Theriault Jordan Tucker Emily Tummino Lillian Wilson Skylah Zayas Jose Zuniga
3 months ago, Chuck Caragianes
Kevin Caruso
June 5th has been declared Maynard High School Class of 2020 by the Maynard Board of Selectmen Congratulations to the Class of 2020!🎉
4 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Chuck Caragianes
Good afternoon everyone, I hope this message finds you and your family members all doing well. The final 6 days of the 2019-2020 school year are ahead. With the abrupt closure of the public schools in mid-March due to the COVID 19 pandemic many students still have possessions in the building and have their books from the current year. In order to allow students the opportunity to get their belongings and to drop off school materials we will be having scheduled Drop Off/Pick Up days on June 10th, 11th and 15th following the specific procedure given below. First, I want to stress that this is a voluntary process. If individuals want to wait until the start of the 2020-2021 school year to drop off materials and pick up belongings we will be doing more days in late August. Second, we will not be collecting Chromebooks. Please do not bring them in. Enrichment activities will be offered for students over the summer by MHS, more on that in a message next week, and Chromebooks will be needed should students wish to do those activities. Now for the process: On Wednesday June 10th from 10:00am to Noon Juniors should enter through the Athletics Entrance doors of the building to drop off textbooks and other materials including sports equipment and uniforms. From there they will then get their possessions from their lockers. Face masks must be worn at all times. Two plastic bags per student are allowable. Social distancing must be maintained. Students should spend the least amount of time possible in the building. Entry and exit doors will be open to minimize contact with high touch areas. On Thursday June 11th from 10:00am to Noon Sophomores should enter through the Main Entrance doors of the building to drop off textbooks and other materials including sports equipment and uniforms. From there they will then get their possessions from their lockers. Face masks must be worn at all times. Two plastic bags per student are allowable. Social distancing must be maintained. Students should spend the least amount of time possible in the building. Entry and exit doors will be open to minimize contact with high touch areas. On Monday June 15th from 10:00am to Noon Freshmen should enter through the Athletics Entrance doors of the building to drop off textbooks and other materials including sports equipment and uniforms. From there they will then get their possessions from their lockers. Face masks must be worn at all times. Two plastic bags per student are allowable. Social distancing must be maintained. Students should spend the least amount of time possible in the building. Entry and exit doors will be open to minimize contact with high touch areas. Thank you for reading and best regards, Chuck Caragianes Principal for Curriculum, Assessment & Instruction
4 months ago, Chuck Caragianes
Kevin Caruso
To the Town of Maynard, Thank you to all the community members who contributed to our gift baskets. They were incredible! The Class of 2020
4 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Chuck Caragianes
Senior Parade! ​Good afternoon everyone, I hope this message finds you well. Our Parade Route for our seniors has been coordinated and set by the Maynard Police and is shown below. This event could not have happened without the support of the Maynard Police under Chief Noble and the ongoing efforts of School Resource Officer Mirella Ruggerio. I cannot thank them enough. As a reminder, the Senior Parade is scheduled for this Friday June 2nd starting promptly at 2:05pm. Seniors should arrive to line up by 1:45pm and are allowed one car each with as many guests as can join them in that vehicle. Car decorations are encouraged! It is recommended that Seniors have someone else drive to allow them to enjoy the parade and ride without having to concentrate on the road. Due to the COVID 19 pandemic, no one will be allowed to exit their cars at the school or congregate in any way. The building will be locked and restrooms will not be available. The route is described below. Hope to see you on Friday! Best regards, Chuck Caragianes *********************************** The route runs from the front of Maynard High School, right onto Great Rd., left onto Parker St., left onto Waltham St.,straight on Summer St., left on Nason St., right on Main St., left on Great Rd., and ending at MHS.
4 months ago, Chuck Caragianes
Chuck Caragianes
Good evening everyone, I hope this message finds you well. It will be a lengthy note but it contains essential information regarding several senior events including graduation. Please take the time to read it completely. Our seniors will be having their last day of school this Friday and thoughts are on Graduation and celebrating the fantastic Class of 2020. Over the past several weeks, I have heard from numerous people about what they desire in the way of celebrations and methods of graduation during the time of the COVID 19 pandemic that now impacts us so greatly. I must say that some of these suggestions are in direct opposition to one another, so it is inevitable that not everyone’s wishes will be fulfilled completely. What I can relay is that a group of student leaders and staff members have worked diligently to gather input, have kept up to date on the evolving state guidance that governs us, and worked to put together a series of events that celebrates and honors the Class of 2020 appropriately. We are able to release this information in light of state guidance that was released at long last just this past Thursday afternoon. This guidance governs building accessibility and graduation ceremonies and makes considerable distinctions between what is permissible before July 18th and what is permissible after July 18th. What follows is a list of celebratory events that involves the Class of 2020. There is initial guidance as to how each event will be handled as well. The guidance included must be meticulously followed without exception to meet state guidelines. Additional information will be released in the coming days as well. Events Timeline and Initial Requirements June 4th is Drop Off-Pick Up Day. Seniors drop off all items owed to the school and pick up personal items left in lockers and essential items for graduation as well as their school records. Pleasant surprises are included. Requirements: Event begins at 10:00am. Event ends at 2:00pm. Seniors must enter through the auditorium doors only. All seniors must wear a face mask at all times. Strict social distancing of at least 6 feet will be enforced. No gatherings will be permitted. No person to person touching of any kind will be allowed. No food or beverages of any kind may enter the building. Bathrooms will not be available and will be closed and locked. Seniors must drop off everything they owe the school including textbooks, library books, all electronic gear like chromebooks and chargers, return any sports or band items, and pay any fees owed. A list has gone out to every senior who owes items. Separate tables will be set up for each type of item. After turning in items, seniors who still have items in lockers may get them. Again, strict social distancing will be enforced. After retrieving personal items, seniors will head to the cafeteria to receive their cap and gown, yearbook, school academic and medical records, as well as some surprise gifts. All seniors will then exit through an open cafeteria door that is designated as the sole exit from the building. June 5th is a Celebratory Parade for the Class of 2020! June 5, 2020 has been declared Maynard High School Class of 2020 Day by the Maynard Board of Selectmen. This was the original graduation date for the Class of 2020. To help celebrate this day, a parade will be held. The parade will begin at Maynard High School and then process through the town. Senior parades are now expressly permissible under the state guidance issued last Thursday so long as certain limits are followed. Requirements: Each Senior will be allowed one car for the parade. People living in the senior’s home such as family members may accompany each senior in that one car if desired. Students are invited to decorate their cars to add to the fun. Cars will line up from the circular drive at Maynard High School back toward the Fowler and Green Meadow schools starting at 1:45. No exiting of cars is permissible. No socializing or gathering outside of cars is permissible. The school buildings will be locked and no bathrooms will be available. The parade will commence promptly at 2:05pm, the traditional end of the school day, and will be led by the Maynard Police. June 11th is our Virtual Senior Awards Night! Each year, a few days before graduation, we celebrate the many achievements of our matriculating seniors with the awarding of certificates, plaques, trophies and scholarships. This year, we will do so virtually through a video presentation being prepared by staff members on behalf of our graduates. The video will become available at 6:00pm and a link will be sent out prior to that date. It would be great if all of our seniors and their families tuned in at the same time to celebrate the successes of the Class of 2020. Please join us! June 13th is the Awarding of Diplomas! Prior to July 19th the state allows diplomas to be awarded either through a virtual ceremony or through a rolling, “Drive Up” ceremony. We have opted to award diplomas using the drive up method. Requirements: Starting at 9:00am groups of 30 graduates will arrive in cars on June 13th with as many guests as can fit in the car. The precise groupings will be emailed out in the coming days. These groups will line up and then one by one vehicles will pull up to the main entrance area of Maynard High School in the circular driveway. Mr. Caragianes will lay out a diploma on a table and back away to at least 6 feet away. The graduate, in cap and gown, and two guests from the vehicle will step out and collect the diploma. A professional photographer will capture the moment for later free distribution to families. WAVM will have a digital video camera capturing the event for use as part of a later graduation video. Mr. Caragianes and any other staff assisting with diplomas will be masked and maintain strict social distancing. They will sanitize between each vehicle. Graduates and their two chosen guests may unmask briefly for the photo and then immediately get back into their car and make way for the next graduate. Please note, this is the absolute limit of what is permissible under the current and latest state guidelines as reviewed by our school nurses and after further consultation with the state Department of Public Health. July 24th is an “In Person” Graduation Celebration at Alumni Field! After July 18th the state is permitting an in person graduation celebration under extremely constrained conditions which will be listed below. It is an opportunity for the class of 2020 to gather to the extent possible under the regulations. Our ceremony is scheduled for 6:30pm to avoid the sun and heat possible in late July. The Rain date will be July 26th at 6:30pm. Tickets will be required of guests to enter Alumni Field for the Ceremony. If the state notes increase in COVID 19 cases statewide or locally as those dates approach, they have informed schools they reserve the right to rescind permission for graduation ceremonies at any time. Conditions and requirements: All ceremonies held after July 18th must be held in an unconfined outdoor space capable of accommodating full social distancing of all. Tents and enclosed spaces are not permitted. No school personnel, graduates, family member or other individuals may attend graduation if they are feeling sick, or are exhibiting any of the following symptoms including fever, cough, shortness of breath, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, or new loss of taste or smell or have potentially been exposed to someone with confirmed or suspected COVID 19. A potential exposure means having household contact or having close contact, within 6 feet, with an individual with confirmed or suspected COVID 19 for a prolonged period of time (over 15 minutes) while the person is symptomatic or 48 hours before symptoms have developed. People over 65 years of age or older, people under 5 years of age, or people with underlying health conditions are urged not to attend the ceremony. Attendance is limited to graduates and 2 immediate family members. Family members may sit together separated by at least 6 feet from other guests. Graduates must be seated at least 6 feet apart from one another. Social distancing must be maintained entering and exiting the venue. Graduates must be separated by 6 feet in any entrance line. Staff and/or signage will provide additional guidance to maintain social distancing entering, being seated, and leaving the field. ALL ATTENDEES MUST WEAR FACE COVERINGS BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER THE CEREMONY. The only exceptions will be for persons with a documented medical condition that prevents wearing a mask, children between 2 and 5 at the discretion of a parent, and speakers during the actual delivery of their remarks. ANY PERSON WHO REFUSES TO WEAR A FACE COVERING OR MASK WITHOUT VALID JUSTIFICATION WILL BE DENIED ENTRY. The venue will be cleaned and sanitized. Alcohol based hand sanitizer will be available at entrances and exits. At the graduation platform or dais all distinguished faculty or guests must be separated by at least 6 feet. NO FOOD OR DRINK IS ALLOWED. No communal gathering or reception is permitted either before or after graduation. Graduates may approach a table to collect a certificate or award and turn their tassel. Diplomas or awards may be laid upon a table for graduates to pick up. They may not be handed to graduates. No hugging or handshaking is permitted. CEREMONIES SHOULD BE AS BRIEF AS POSSIBLE. Individuals must promptly depart the area in an orderly fashion after the ceremony is over following the direction of school or designated officials. All the conditions listed above come directly from the desk of Jeffrey Riley the Commissioner of the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and must be followed. Please do not place us in the position of denying you entry if you cannot follow these conditions. Please note, in the event the state cancels all ceremonies due to increasing COVID 19 cases statewide or locally a Virtual Graduation Video will be shared. In the event weather conditions cause cancellation of both the primary and rain dates a Virtual Graduation Video will be shared and no further attempts at an in person ceremony will be made. The Virtual Graduation Video will be shared even if the ceremony is held as a lasting remembrance of the day. In closing, great efforts have been undertaken to bring about the series of events listed above while maintaining compliance with state guidelines. Many people wanted to hold a celebratory parade. We will accomplish that on June 5th now that such parades are once again permitted. Students and families wanted the ability to have a photograph available of graduates, in caps and gowns, receiving their diploma. We will accomplish that on June 13th. Students and parents wanted an in-person ceremony and we will attempt to accomplish that on July 24th weather and public health permitting. What we could not do is meet all of these desires on a single day, by conventional means, or precisely as we would have desired. All of our plans will be backed up by a video presentation in case we cannot hold a ceremony due to events beyond our control. Thank you for your patience and understanding. Best wishes and best regards to you all, Chuck Caragianes Maynard High School Principal of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment
4 months ago, Chuck Caragianes
Chuck Caragianes
Good afternoon everyone, The Maynard High School class of 2020 is composed of an outstanding group of young women and young men who have been fantastic contributors to the community that makes up Maynard High School. They have been first rate ambassadors for the Town of Maynard in a multitude of endeavors from academics, to the arts, to sports, through work in school based activities and clubs, and through community service. This year the COVID 19 pandemic has forced high schools around the state to cancel and dramatically alter many signature events normally associated with a student’s senior year and this has been true in Maynard as well. Two events that will be occurring, though in a form far different than under past circumstances, are our Senior Awards Ceremony and Graduation. This year the Maynard High School Senior Awards Ceremony will be held virtually on Thursday, June 11th. Final details regarding the video presentation and the precise time the video will become available for viewing will be released in the coming week. As you may have heard, graduation planning in Maynard was quite advanced and was being planned for June 13th as a “Drive In” style event to maintain social distancing and meet state requirements that appeared to be in force. These plans were based on our best estimate of what would be permissible as specific state guidelines governing graduations were not yet available. Yesterday afternoon, Thursday May 21st, the state released a set of highly specific and quite prescriptive guidelines that will govern graduation ceremonies under three acceptable scenarios. This morning the Superintendent, two of our district Nurses who have been in communication with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health for clarifications and interpretation of the new guidelines, our Senior Class Advisor Rita Murphy and myself met to determine what would or would not be possible under these three scenarios. Early next week I will be meeting further with our graduation team made up of staff members and senior student leaders to review our options. Saturday morning June 13th remains a possibility for graduation, but this is not definite at this time and is under review. We anticipate making a final decision on a graduation date, time and method of ceremony by Wednesday evening, May 27th and we will release further details at that time. Your patience and understanding as we work through this challenging situation is greatly appreciated. Chuck Caragianes Maynard High School Principal for Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment
4 months ago, Chuck Caragianes
Kevin Caruso
Check out the link below to see a summary of the winter sports awards plus the link to the recorded virtual ceremony. Thanks to Mrs. Lucas, Mr. Steiner, and Mr. Cabral for coordinating the virtual ceremony. https://www.maynard.k12.ma.us/article/247928?org=maynard-high-school
4 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
COVID can’t stop Murphy the Tiger from delivering the Winter sports awards!
4 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Thanks to the MHS yard team, our seniors received yard signs yesterday celebrating their great accomplishments at MHS.
4 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Chuck Caragianes
National High School Graduation Celebration Saturday Evening May 16th This Saturday night May 16th at 8:00pm several major networks will be covering a national graduation celebration for high school seniors with former President Barack Obama as the keynote speaker. Details can be found in the Associated Press story available at this site: http://epaper.bostonglobe.com/infinity/article_popover_share.aspx?guid=353aa176-2f2f-4de9-8052-9fad991e5376
4 months ago, Chuck Caragianes
Kevin Caruso
Congratulations Class of 2020! Stop by Alumni Field and take your picture with your banner. Make sure you are socially distant! A big shout out to CSA Graphics in Westford for making the banner and Kyle B for hanging it.
5 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Check out the new MHS Grading policies for term four. http://hs.maynard.k12.ma.us/article/239346?org=maynard-high-school
5 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
The teachers at MHS are working hard creating accessible learning plans for all students and they are missing their students. See the proof! https://youtu.be/jZpizphLMEM
5 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
5 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
The Maynard High School staff is so lucky to work in a community with caring and thoughtful students! Check out the video they made! https://youtu.be/G4i_bv2hLaw
5 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Per the MIAA, spring sports will start March 30th not March 16th.
6 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Co-State Champs!
6 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Check out the latest from the MIAA regarding tonight's girls basketball game. https://www.maynard.k12.ma.us/article/206140
6 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
6 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Please consider donating diapers to Diapers R Us, a local diaper bank servicing needy families in the community. Sizes 4,5, and 6 are in the most demand. There are drop off bins at Green Meadow, Fowler, and Maynard High School. The drive will be going on through March 31st. Thank you for your consideration.
7 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
MHS Dell visit!
7 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Geometry transformation fun :)
7 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Happy Birthday Mr. Darwin from the MHS AP Bio Class!
7 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Archimedes Principle Lab in Physics
7 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Maynard High School was happy to get a visit from Fezzik the therapy dog. We can't wait for next time!
8 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Nothing better than AP Chemistry and cookies on a Friday half-day!
8 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
The Hometown Heroes Committee will be at the MHS Basketball Games this Friday night collecting donations and handing out information about this project. The goal is to display banners this Memorial Day of all of Maynard's Veterans that were Killed in Action
8 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Congratulations to the newly inducted members of Maynard High School's chapter of the national Tri-M Music Honor Society! Tri-M at MHS was established in 2019 under the direction and advisement of Director of Bands, Kevin Kozik. Tri-M band & chorus students will be participating in service projects related to music, service, leadership, & mentoring in music within Maynard Public Schools, and they will become mentors to the Tri-M junior chapter that will begin at Fowler in the spring. Newly inducted Juniors: Virginia Crossland, Tommy Fallon, Ari Kiirikki, Cara Leahy, Ariane Mauroy, Senior members: Matthew Antonio, Thomas Babaian, Joseph DiTavi, Chloe Donovan, Patrick O'Neil, Emily Olsen, Celine Parades-Celestino, Talal Siddiqui, Owen, Thayer , Lilly Wilson
8 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Group Project Exam Review in Spanish 4 Honors
8 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Ugly sweater winners!
9 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
MHS Alumni Return Day!
9 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Happy Holidays from the MHS ugly sweater participants! See you next year!
9 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Jeanne Labelle
Got gift cards? MHS is hosting a bookfair at the Framingham Barnes and Noble on December 28th from 12-7pm. Follow this link to see how to make your purchases count for the library! https://www.maynard.k12.ma.us/o/Maynard%20High%20School/page/mhs-library Happy Holidays!
9 months ago, Jeanne Labelle
Kevin Caruso
Thank you MEF for the holiday treats in all three buildings today!
9 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
This guy is here until 11:30am at the high school for anyone who wants to say hello. Come support the class of 2023!
9 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Happy Holidays from the HS Math Department
9 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Maynard High School, in conjunction with Shutterfly, now has its own store. 8% of all purchases will go towards Maynard High School International Student Travel Fund. Help support our students’ future endeavors! MaynardHighSchoolMA.ShutterflyStorefront.com
9 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Thanks to Chief Noble for taking time out of his busy day to come speak with our Law and Government class! We love when we can get guest speakers in front of our kids. If you or you know someone who would like to give back, please reach out to the high school!
9 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
The 9th grade honor roll has been updated! We apologize for the printing oversight.
10 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
MHS Term 1 Honor Roll can be found at the link below. Congrats to all the students who made the list. https://www.maynard.k12.ma.us/o/maynard-high-school/browse/92836
10 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
The holiday season has arrived at MHS- Class of 2020 fund raiser!
10 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Representing the class of 2023 during Spirit Week.
10 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Thank you to the MHS PTO for providing a great breakfast this AM. The teachers are fueled up and ready to teach!
10 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Spirit Week! Class of 2020
10 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Decade day
10 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Why not?
10 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
We do more than reading, writing and arithmetic. We have fun, too! 2019 Spirit Week!
10 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
MHS Musicians ready for Sr. District Auditions this past weekend!
10 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Ready for math league!
10 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Experiential learning at Body Worlds
11 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Chuck Caragianes
Good afternoon, Late this morning a rumor came to our attention regarding the possibility of a student bringing a weapon to school. The Maynard Police were notified immediately and officers were dispatched. At the same time the student was located by school administrators checked and interviewed. No weapon was located and after a thorough investigation by Maynard Police and school administrators the rumor was determined to be completely unfounded. The safety of the students and community members are always the highest priority at Maynard High School and we will always investigate any matter of concern fully. Sincerely, Chuck Caragianes & Kevin Caruso
11 months ago, Chuck Caragianes
Kevin Caruso
Pat O getting his senior project hours in at Central.
11 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Junior Classical League kick-off event at Mt. Greylock HS. Kids from Fowler & MHS participated in academic tests & physical competitions. The Maynard Chapter took first place with their trebuchet with a launch of 239' and in Coin Wars.
11 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
2nd place
11 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
The science club have worked to explore real World zero electronic waste as part of STEM week. Liz Freeman and Grace Charron are presenting our project to raise awareness about e waste to STEM professionals and industry experts.
11 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Photos from last night's NHS Induction. Congrats to the new inductees. Thanks to Brett Murphy for her great speech and Ms. Dowd and Ms. Leblanc for organizing the special event.
11 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Photo from today’s HS quiz show competition!
11 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Pictures from the Celebrating MHS Night for 8th grade parents
11 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Pictures from today’s CPR training for 9th graders
11 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Freshman on the Boston Tea Party field trip
11 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Colleen Andrade
Maynard Public Schools is currently looking for volunteers to be on the Director of Techonology Search Committee. Please click on the link for more information. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1PRkcaiIEDz5SUnPanOAsRpYneLjHSikV/view?usp=sharing
12 months ago, Colleen Andrade
Kevin Caruso
Interdisciplinary day- English and Art
12 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Jazz band at MaynardFest 2019
12 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
SATs in the AM, Maynardfest in the PM.
12 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Our seniors- awake, happy and ready to take on the SAT! Good luck!
12 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
8th grade families- Come see what Maynard High School has to offer at our Celebrate Maynard High School Open House on Oct. 16th from 6-8pm at the high school! The night will include a student panel, pasta dinner, tours and a Q&A session.
12 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Having fun and learning math at the same time!
12 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
MHS and their Spanish foreign exchange friends in Boston!
12 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Gas properties lab in AP physics!
12 months ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Model making in science class!
about 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Unit circle and tiger pride all in one math class on black and orange day!
about 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
French Revolution Simulation Day in history class!
about 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
AP English small group instruction
about 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Problem solving in math
about 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
A signature MHS program- senior project- is getting started!
about 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
The MHS Student-Family Handbooks are uploaded at the link below. They are also translated into Spanish and Portuguese. https://www.maynard.k12.ma.us/o/maynard-high-school/documents. See you soon!
about 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Thanks to the student council for organizing a fun activity at the Freshman BBQ.
about 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Check out the MHS modified student first day schedule: https://5il.co/9lwa
about 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Final reminder: Freshman BBQ-Tuesday, 8/20, 6pm at the high school!
about 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Check out the MHS Welcome Back Letter at this link: https://www.maynard.k12.ma.us/article/126819
about 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
You know it’s getting close to the start of the school year when the seniors start painting their spots!
about 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
One week from now we will have our annual Freshman BBQ. Parents and students welcome!
about 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
The 19-20 schedules are active!
about 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Thanks to Mrs. Gargas, here is a link to some pictures of the 2019 graduation celebration. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1v1qf67zT1V2H8QShl6G2klRI7ox2zcWV?usp=sharing
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Congrats to the Class of 2019! What a great night!
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
The Clinton High Community is currently grieving the loss of freshman Rafael Perez. Rafael passed away earlier this week following a swimming accident in South Meadow Pond. Here is the go fund me page. Proceeds will go to funeral costs. https://www.gofundme.com/rafael-perez
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
MHS in Normandy
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Maynard HS at the BU Science symposium
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Chuck Caragianes
Good afternoon, It has been a very busy day here at Maynard High School. Our students and staff executed a flawless emergency evacuation drill as we continue to take steps to ensure student safety through practice and rehearsal. This afternoon our students engaged in a variety of community service activities as part of their last advisory session of the year. Our National Honor Society students under the guidance of faculty advisors Emily Dowd and Sandi LeBlanc were instrumental in coordinating this entire activity. Throughout both the drill and the community service activities our students once again demonstrated their maturity and positive civic engagement. Last weekend our students put on an absolutely first rate production of the musical Godspell. Hats off to the student actors, tech crews, and band members who helped bring this show about not to mention the many adult volunteers who supported the production. Well done and many thanks to all! When students arrive next Monday morning June will have arrived and the end of the 2018-2019 school year will be but 2 weeks away. Excitement is building as our seniors have reached their last day class day and now are one week from graduation itself. The following list of senior related items will be of note for many: Senior Trips and Activities: Monday, June 3 - Harbor Cruise dinner and dance. The bus leaves MHS at 5:00PM Rehearsals, Awards and Graduation: Monday June 3 and Thursday June 6 - Graduation Rehearsals at 10:00AM June 5 - Senior Awards Night 7PM in the gym - Seniors should arrive to the cafeteria no later than 6:30 June 6 - Senior Graduate Walkthrough. 12:00pm. The traditional Senior Walk Through of the Green Meadow and Fowler Schools in Caps and Gowns. June 7 - Graduation at 6:30PM - Seniors should arrive to the cafeteria no later than 5:30 Underclassmen Events Over the final 2 weeks of school our underclassmen also have several key events coming up quickly. They are: June 4-5 - Science MCAS test for freshmen June 10 - Underclassmen Awards 9:45am June 10-13 - Underclassmen final exams. Click the link here for the final exam schedule. Clearly, this remains a critical time of year for students to be in school, on time, every day. Maynard Athletics: Good luck to Tommy Smith in the Javelin and Lucas Koskinen in the discus as they compete in the State Track & Field Championships tomorrow. Making the States is a tremendous achievement and we know Tommy and Lucas will represent MHS with distinction. Congratulations to the varsity baseball team and the boys representing Maynard in the Bromfield lacrosse co-op for qualifying for the MIAA tournament. Stay tuned for more information about seedings and playoff matchups. The Spring Sports Ceremony is June 4th at 6:45pm in the high school auditorium. Be sure to check the scheduling website to follow your favorite spring team. https://www.mwlma.org/public/genie/382/school/38/ Also, don’t forget about our boys representing Maynard in the Bromfield lacrosse program. https://www.mwlma.org/public/genie/382/school/16/ And now an encore edition of our student produced MHN 4 News! In This Week's Episode: We highlight the Spain trip (for real this time). Playoff sports, high school sports, a few school features, and the 2020 election. Some students are missing from this episode, as they are working on a special project, coming out soon. Enjoy and share! MHN4 And a Special Student Produced Maynard High School Infomercial ! Below is the link our students made advertising the Dogs2Vets event coming up soon! I hope that you share the link with as many people as you can (email, social media, etc.), so that we can get as big a crowd to the event as possible. Thank you again for considering Maynard students to help publicize this event. Enjoy! Dogs2Vets Promotion Attachments area Preview YouTube video Dogs2Vets Commercial Dogs2Vets Commercial Below are additional items from our community that you may find of interest: SEPAC Ice Cream Social Save the date! The Maynard SEPAC Ice Cream Social will be here before you know it! Come join us on Tuesday, June 4th from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm at the Fowler School Cafeteria. We’ll have lots of crafts, activities, and fun for the whole family! (Plus ice cream!) This event is free and open to the whole family for students receiving special education services in Maynard. Please contact Karen Heath with any questions or to RSVP atsepacoutreach@maynard.k12.ma.us or 978-394-6183. Buy a Brick and Help the MEF Help Our Students Honor your MHS student or pay tribute to an influential teacher or community member by having their name and/or a message engraved on a brick that is placed in the MHS walkway. Having a custom brick placed in the MHS walkway is the perfect way to honor your child, a teacher, or a community member who has made a difference in your family's education. To order your brick or for more information, please visit www.maynardeducation.org/buy-a-brick or contact Joe Cioni at jcioni2@washcoll.edu or 978.838.4262. School Council The Maynard High School School Council is an advisory panel made up of parents, teachers, students, community members and administrators as a body that reviews school policies in all areas. The council is a state mandated body designed to gain information regarding the school and district and lend advice to school principals. The elected and appointed members serve two year terms. Due to laws governing confidentiality, concerns about individual students are not under the purview of the student council nor are individual personnel matters. Such concerns should be directed to the school administration directly. The public is invited to attend and observe meetings. Meetings are held in the high school Media Center from 2:30-4:00pm. The final meeting for this school year is on 6/13. Maynard Basketball Summer Camp Maynard's Varsity Head Coach Paul Howes will be running his Top 100 Basketball camp from June 17th- June 20th. See the brochure link for registration information-https://5il.co/7a82 The Maynard Music Association MMA News: Our June MMA Meeting has been rescheduled to Wednesday June 12th. We will be meeting in the Fowler library at 7:30, after the 4th and 5th grade concert. This is a joint meeting for all Fowler and HS parents. We will be discussing upcoming needs, the calendar for next fall, and voting for officers for the 2019/20 school year. Grade level parent representatives are needed. Please consider joining us. White Maynard Music Polo Shirts: All polos should be laundered and returned to the band room by next Wed, June 5th. Seniors who do not return their shirts will receive a bill for $20. Casino Night planning is underway. Our first meeting will be held at 7:00 pm on Monday June 10th at the home of Casino Night Chair, Bonnie Wilson (13 Sherman Street). All parents/guardians with music students in grades 4-12 are welcome to attend. A Message from Mike Horesh on a Chemistry Instruction Summer Opportunity I'm writing you as a science teacher of 15 years (currently at Lexington High School) to let you know that I am offering two, one-week chemistry prep classes at Nashoba Valley Technical High School this summer. The classes each run from 9am-3pm, Monday through Friday, for two sessions in August (week of the 5th and week of the 19th), and are specifically designed to prepare rising high school chemistry students for their academic year chemistry class. The program, through which the classes are being offered, is called Nashoba Valley Academic Prep (www.nvacademicprep.com) I have been teaching this chemistry prep class in Lexington, Waltham and Wellesley, several times per summer for six years now and have gotten truly fantasticfeedback, every year, without exception. By the end of the week of each class, we will have familiarized kids, at considerable depth, with roughly 25-30% of the curriculum that they will be starting in the fall, providing them with a binder full of reference material, resources and activities, as well as a level of confidence and familiarity with the material that kids are, otherwise, generally intimidated by. Here are a few other notes about the class: -This is purely a preparational class with a hands-on, laboratory-based approach, making this a safe, manageable, academic environment for every kid. -The classes at NVAP are priced considerably less than the exact same class offered in other towns where I teach it. -Each of the classes will be capped at 16 students. On a personal note, as a resident of Bolton, with kids in our school system, I am really excited to be able to (finally) offer the class to our area, rather than offering it exclusively to towns closer to Boston. If you know of students and/or families that might be interested in enrolling in either of the two sessions that I am offering, please feel free to share this email with them, or direct them to the website shared above. Thank you for your time, and if you have any questions, by all means, please reach out to me. Youth in Philanthropy Sudbury Priority Deadline to Apply: June 7, 2019 The Foundation for MetroWest’s Youth in Philanthropy (YIP) program is an experiential leadership development program designed to empower and educate local youth to become our community’s next generation of philanthropists – those who give their time, talent, and treasure for the common good. As participants of YIP, students learn about needs in our community, visit local nonprofits, and grant up to $10,000 to nonprofits benefiting youth. This free, 17-week program is for high school students who live or learn in MetroWest. YIP will meet on Wednesday evenings, from 7:00 to 8:30pm, at Grange Hall in Sudbury. The program begins on September 4 and runs through January 30. For more information about YIP and to apply, visit yipmetrowest.org. Have a great first weekend of June, Chuck Caragianes Principal for Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment Kevin Caruso Principal for Leadership Operations/Athletic Director
over 1 year ago, Chuck Caragianes
Kevin Caruso
MHS at Fenway
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Senior Trip: Fire and Ice before Red Sox!
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
District E male Globe Foundation/Richard Phelps Scholar-Athlete Award winner Tommy Smith! This is a highly competitive and prestigious award. The last Maynard student-athlete to win this award was Tommy's sister, Shannon.
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Congrats to Jean LaBelle and Paul Orzech for being recognized at the Maynard Annual Town Meeting for receiving the Town of Maynard Performance Recognition Program Citation for Outstanding Performance. They earned this award for their outstanding work on senior project which has grown to be a state-wide recognized program! They are truly great educators!
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Thanks to Ms. Makovoz. Pictures from the senior project showcase.
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Getting ready for the performance
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Congratulations to Mr. Ogden's communications class for participating in the 2019 Fire Safety Video Competition. Special thanks to fire Chief Stowers for visiting the classes and presenting the certificates. Here is a link to the PSA page! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tu6h195Cy4E
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
AP Lang students ready for their test
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Thanks to all the town employees/ funeral service, especially Capt. Parr and Officer Manchuso for coordinating the annual car crash for seniors and juniors.
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Up-day activity fair
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Maynard dorm life at Umass!
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Umass Amherst Bio-med/Engineering Tour
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Rocky steps
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Picture of the group after performing
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Performance at Lincoln Memorial
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
MHS representing in front of the Capital
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Band and chorus workshop at the University of Delaware
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
MHS Students at Emerson and Boston Architectural College
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
And they are off to D.C.
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Pets and People brought Greta- a registered therapy dog- to provide some emotional support to MHS. Rochelle Lerner and Kaitlyn Gargas of the Peer Leaders were instrumental in rewriting the school policy so that therapy animals would be allowed for visits on Maynard campuses.
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Last Friday, students of Maynard High School participated in protests for human rights abuses organized by Amnesty International in New York City. Here are some pictures of our students on the front lines in the rain fighting for human rights!
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Central American Yarn Art
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Senior Project is now on Instagram! Follow us at: https://www.instagram.com/p/BvzQzrjhkkZ/?utm_source=ig_share_sheet&igshid=1xp45arl6exim and receive updates about upcoming projects!
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Jenny Miller was the first student in Salem Film Festival history to place as a finalist two years in a row! She opened the festival this year, and took 6th place last year.
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Some photos from Jazz Cafe '19 for your updates or postings. The MHS Jazz Band & Fowler School Jazz Band, directed by Ms. Patricia Gately, with assistance from Mr. Kozik, played to a packed house on Friday evening.
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
International Dinner at the high school as part of our World Language Week!
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Math and creativity! What a great combo!
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Chuck Caragianes
Good afternoon, As you likely know, all students attending public schools in Massachusetts must pass an English, Math and Science MCAS exam at the high school level in order to receive a high school diploma. The English Language Arts (ELA) MCAS test will be held Tuesday and Wednesday of this week (March 26th & 27th) for all 10th grade students as part of these state mandated requirements. It is very important that all students be in and on time for school during testing days to help facilitate the administration of these critical exams for themselves and for their classmates. This year the MCAS exams are being given in an electronic format. All students need to be sure to have their Chromebooks and chargers with them on both testing days along with something to write with in order to take the tests. Please help us have a successful two days of testing by having your student to school, on-time, with their Chromebook and charger tomorrow and Wednesday. A good night’s sleep with a nutritious breakfast would also help your student do his or her best on these important exams over the next two days. To help on this front Maynard High will have breakfast available free of charge for students taking their MCAS exams tomorrow and Wednesday as well. Thank you for your help and support. Best regards, Chuck Caragianes Principal of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Maynard High School
over 1 year ago, Chuck Caragianes
Kevin Caruso
Maynard High School will be forming a facilities committee. Please email Mr. Caruso if you would like to join, kcaruso@maynard.k12.ma.us
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
AP Bio Field Trip @ Northeastern
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Maynard’s future lawyers at a mock trial competition
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Lab day in chemistry
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Congratulations Zoe for committing to Franklin Pierce for soccer!
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Thank you DA Ryan for the presentations on internet safety today!
over 1 year ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
MHS SAGA club at the Boston Gay Men's Chorus holiday show! This was the 7th year MHS's GSA/SAGA club has attended and every year it is an outstanding choral performance we all enjoy.
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Enzyme lab and skin project using old tissue boxes
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Jeopardy review in chemistry!
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Thanks to Jen Adams for organizing the Spanish exchange
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
The pencil project advisory brought to you by Allie Cormier and Alison Gangloff, aims to spend kindness to Green Meadow students.
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Tavern Day: Debating the revision of the Articles of Confederation
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Some high school spirit rally pictures! Happy Thanksgiving all.
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Maynard vs, Milford football is now at 11/21 @ 4pm.
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Yoga for musicians
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Jazz Band Photos from Maynardfest
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Sportsmanship Summit. Congrats to Mr. Ogden's class for submitting award winning PSA videos!
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Senior mock interviews! Thanks to all the community members who helped today. Special thanks to Mrs. Labelle, Mr. Orzech and Ms. Makovoz for organizing.
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Congrats to Maynard's top cross country runners, Aurora Estabrook, Grace Charron, and Liz Freeman for the girls and Joseph McDonald and Daniel Friedman for the boys. A great season for all the runners!
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Organelle debate in AP bio
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
CPR/AED Training
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Chuck Caragianes
Teacher Conferences: Grades for the first quarter of the year have closed as of Friday November 2nd. Our teaching staff is now grading final student work and are in the process of preparing 1st Quarter grades and inputting them into our new data system, Tyler. Quarter grades will be available for viewing by students and parents on Tyler by 5:00pm on Friday November 9th. Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held on the evening of Wednesday November 14th from 6:30-8:00 pm and the afternoon of Thursday November 15th from 2:15-3:35 pm. To sign up for a Parent-Teacher conference please follow these guidelines: Please limit your request to three teachers. Should you feel that additional meetings are needed, those meetings can be arranged through your student’s guidance counselor. Each meeting on the 14th and 15th is 10 minutes long. Please give your name, your student’s name, and the 1, 2 or 3 teachers you would like to meet with along with the name of their classes in your response. In your response let us know if you would prefer the evening of November 14th or the afternoon of November 15th. Email your requests to Maynard High School secretary Pam Carter at: pcarter@maynard.k12.ma.us no later than Monday November 12th at Midnight. Requests will be responded to in the order they are received.
almost 2 years ago, Chuck Caragianes
Kevin Caruso
MassDOT Awards
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
The Class of 2020 is selling wreaths, kissing balls and decorative baskets for the upcoming holiday season. Members of the class of 2020 will be going around to each of the buildings during the next three weeks. If they miss you and you would like one please email me. The Class of 2020 is also donating $1 from the sale of each item to the Beacon Santa Telethon. If you have any questions please email me. Ms. Murphy
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
MHS Trial Court
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Check out the great news about Maynard's go green initiatives and Rep. Hogan's cameo with the MHS Green Committee! http://stow.wickedlocal.com/news/20181022/maynard-receives-125k-mass-doer-grant-for-its-next-step-as-green-community
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
More Mole Day Pictures
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Happy Mole Day
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Congrats to L. Pepin, M. Cormier, P. O'Neil, and E. Olsen's "Rules of the Road" video which was selected as the grand prize winner in the junior/senior category for MassDOT's Safe Streets Smart Trips video contest. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Li3uNtrtJVA&feature=youtu.be
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
This is the last week to buy a raffle ticket for the yard cleanup to support the Larry Vanaria Science Scholarship. Tickets are $10.00 and Peer Leaders is selling them.
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Veteran’s Appreciation Game! Big thank you to Tim Lawton for organizing.
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Kahoot time in English
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Hands on specialized extra help in bio!
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
A huge thank you to the DPW/facilities crew for working hard to get the bleachers rep-opened for tomorrow’s big championship game and veterans’ appreciation night. We are all Tigers on 10/19!
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Fun, games and learning in Chemistry
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Watched some great MIAA and distracted driving PSAs today in the brand new Chapter 74 communications class.
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Math league competition💪👨🏻‍🎓👩🏻‍🎓
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
More pictures from today!
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Great day for the 9th grade at the Boston Tea Party Museum! Thanks to the teachers for taking them.
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Band!
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Special guest Mike Mullen
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Poster making in Spanish.
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Advisories
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Pumpkin making in best buddies
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Music and yoga make a great combination
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
MHS students at Maynard Fest
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Having fun creating a skit in spanish class
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Students getting their english on!
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
AP Bio Clover Experiment
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Me working hard in art portfolio! Working on drawing a still life of a pepper! Love MHS!
almost 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Happy students after a lab with Mrs. Cairns! You know you are doing something right when kids leave your class happy!
about 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
River Cleanup picture
about 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
River Cleanup with some Peer Leaders, Green Committee members and Mrs. Lerner!
about 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Fire play in chemistry
about 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Every time I have chem, I remember how awesome my class is! Ms. Lerner let us take this nice selfie after we all got 100 on our homework!
about 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Freshman student government speeches!
about 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Chapter 74 Kick Off Meeting!
about 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Calculus Scavenger Hunt!
about 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Senior project
about 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
The Communications 1 class went outside today to practice camera use, shot styles, and composition.
about 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
C block putting in that math grind!! #grindneverstops
about 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Hands on art!
about 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Learning about the Enlightenment philosophers
about 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Working hard in math class
about 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
AP Biology class working hard on our first experiment of the year! I love my Junior year so far and it's great projects like this that make me remember how great Maynard High School really is.
about 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Double reaction labs in chemistry!
about 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Getting after it in Biology class!
about 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Thanks to the HS PTO for breakfast!
about 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Thanks to all those who made day 1 at the high school a success, especially all the STUDENTS!
about 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Excited for the WAVM/SPORTS/MUSIC BBQ On 8/28 @ 6pm @ the HS!
about 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso
Kevin Caruso
Excited about the freshman BBQ tonight at 6pm!
about 2 years ago, Kevin Caruso