The Junior National Honor Society Induction Ceremony will take place on Thursday, June 6, 2019 at 7 pm in the Tahanto Auditorium.
The cost of Field Day is $10 per student. Payment is due May 31st. There is a form from the PTO in their newsletter and there will be copies in the Main Office. Lunch will consist of 2 slices of cheese pizza, chips, watermelon, water and ice pops. If your child does not like the lunch choice, please pack a lunch for them that day as the cafeteria will be closed for middle school students. Students should wear comfortable clothing and sneakers. Hats are optional. Bring a sharpie pen to sign t-shirts. Please bring a water bottle labeled with their name for refills. Bring a towel for drying off or to sit on. Students must bring a change of clothing in case they get wet. Please do not forget sunscreen and bug spray.
Middle School Field Day meetings
at 6:30 pm in the cafeteria
Field Day is June 7th
Class of 2019 graduation will be on Sunday, June 2nd at 2:00pm.
Therapy Dog Policy - This year the Berlin-Boylston Regional School Committee approved a Therapy Dog Policy that allows for Tahanto to utilize a therapy dog during school hours. Please see the attached information as well as the release form.
Gradebook account access information is available by emailing Beth Esposito at email@example.com Keep track of your childs' academic progress throughout the school year. Tahanto does not send home paper copies of interims or report cards unless requested through the guidance department.
TAHANTO ONLINE STORE IS NOW OPEN!
We at Tahanto Regional Middle / High School guide our decisions and anchor our actions in the pursuit of learning. We are committed to fostering:
Determination through problem solving, perseverance, a desire to succeed, and pride
Education through critical thinking, access to resources, technology, and use of effective communication
Enrichment through creativity, extra-curricular opportunities, confidence, and applying knowledge outside of school
Responsibility by developing a strong sense of community, providing service to others, collaboration, self-reflection, a focus on respect and empathy for others, and positive contributions to the community.
Our Mission is to support and to challenge students in achieving personal and academic excellence in a safe, collaborative, and student-centered environment.
Our Vision is to create a tradition of developing responsible and reflective citizens who are college/career ready and life-long learners.
Berlin-Boylston Public Schools do not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, creed, disability, veteran status, genetic information, homelessness or any other class protected by state or federal law.