Have a wonderful summer!


Jan. 2 - 5, 2018

Greetings Laker Nation,

Happy New Year!

SRO Bartholomew and her LE interns took a field trip to the Plymouth House of Correction. The students got an inside look in the prison and a tour of the crime lab.  They learned about latent prints and impressions. Please visit our site to see a photo of this event.

Winter Athletic Standings:  Basketball Boys:  4-0-0, Basketball Girls 3-2-0, Hockey 2-2-1, Wrestling 1-2-0,  Track Boys 3-0-0, Track Girls 3-0-0, Swim Boys 2-0-0 and Swim Girls 1-0-0.  or our athletic calendar, visit  Please also visit our updated site and keep posted on our up-and-coming events.  

Congratulations to the Laker Hockey team for winning the Prenda Cup for the first time with a 6-5 win over Somerset - Berkeley.  Jake Gauthier,  Andrew Cummings and Collin Barroso scored their first high school career goals.

Carley Byers and Lauren Pettey (Class of 2017) put together a slide presentation of their experiences thus far at MASS Art presented to Mrs. Erwin’s Art 2 class.  Their presentation offered perspective art majors information about early college expectations.

Life Skills students, along with Mr. Shara, Mrs. Wilson and the class’s para-professionals, joined with Mrs. Mills' engineering students to collaborate on the egg drop challenge.  Each engineering student was paired with students from the Life Skills program.  Together, they collaborated to create awesome and unique designs to try to protect their eggs.  The contraptions were tested by dropping them from the second floor down to the rotunda below.  Although we did suffer some broken eggs, several of the contraptions were successful in protecting the eggs.  Our winning contraption was built by Alex Inacio and Jake Kumlin.  All in all, a great time was had and much learning occurred.

Class of 2018 members, under the artful orchestration of Ms. Lippincott and Mrs. Brown, enjoyed the third annual Holiday Gingerbread House competition.  More than fifty students and staff participated in this spirited and fun event!  Please see our photos on our site.

PCC is the perfect program for students in grade 9 or 10 who want to experience living on a college campus this summer while taking fun courses like Music and Movement, Theatre, Marine Science, Sculpture, Robotics, etc.!  PCC is a six week residential program at Stonehill College that runs from July 1st through August 11th.  If your student would like to have fun, make new friends and challenge him/herself academically this summer then he/she should see Mrs. Money in the Guidance Office for an application. The deadline for completed applications, which includes two teacher recommendations, is January 10th .

Join the Laker Athletic Development Program.  This no cost opportunity is an after school program, open to all students, specifically designed to enhance athletic development and ability.  Areas of focus are speed, power, agility, strength and mobility.  The program, overseen by Mr. Fyfe, runs Monday-Thursday from 2:00-3:15 pm in the Laker Fitness Room.  Please call Mr. Fyfe at extension 1121 if you have any questions. Come join us in building Laker Pride while building Laker strength!

Free Math and ELA MCAS tutoring is available for grade 9 & 10 students.

  • Math MCAS, grades 9 & 10, Thursdays, 2:00 - 2:30 pm in Room 101  

  • ELA MCAS, grade 10, Mondays, 2:00 - 2:30 pm in Room 111

  • Bio MCAS, grade 9, Tuesdays, 2:00 - 3:00 pm in Room 132

If you have any questions, please contact your child’s Guidance Counselor at (508) 947-2660.  


Grade Releases:

2.4 Grade Release on 01/05

Quarter 2 Grades Close on 01/19

Quarter 2 Grades Posted on 01/26


Important Dates:

01/15/18 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day - No School

02/05/18 Early Dismissal @ 10:27 am

02/19/18 - 02/23/18 February Vacation - No School

03/08/18 Early Dismissal @ 10:27 am

03/15/18 Parent/Guardian Night 6:00-8:00 pm

03/30/18 Good Friday - No School