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  • Grade 6 Scheduling PowerPoint


    Incoming Grade 7 & 8 Scheduling PowerPoint


    MS Program of Studies 2019-2020

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  • Schedule For Graduation & Senior Week

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  • School Choice Openings for 2019/2020 School year!

    Grade 6: 6 Openings

    Grade 9: 10 Openings

    Please apply by 5/1/19 - Application here

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  • The following are dates and times for AP Exams


    Wednesday, May 8th

    English Lit and Composition: 8-11am

    European History: 12-3:15pm

    Thursday, May 9th

    Chemistry: 8-11:15am

    Psychology: 12-2pm

    Psychology Ext. Time: 12-3pm

    Friday, May 10th

    US History: 8-11:15am

    US History Ext. Time: 8am-12:45pm

    Monday, May 13th

    Biology: 8-11am

    Biology Ext. Time: 8am-2pm

    Physics C Mechanics: 12-1:30pm

    Physics C Mechanics Ext. Time: 12-2:15pm

    Tuesday, May 14th

    Calculus AB: 8-11:15am

    Calculus AB Ext. Time: 8am-12:45pm

    AP Calculus BC: 8-11:15am

    Wednesday, May 15th

    English Language and Composition: 8-11:15am

    English Language and Composition Ext. Time: 8am-12:45pm

    Thursday, May 16th

    Statistics: 12-3pm

    Statistics: 12-4:30pm

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    The Berlin Board of Selectmen is accepting applications for the 2019 Mabel Felton
    Marble Memorial Scholarship.
    Applicants must be 2019 female graduating high school students residing in the Town of
    Berlin who are planning on continuing their education either at a college or vocational
    Applications are available at the Guidance Departments at Tahanto Regional High
    School, Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School, the Berlin Selectmen’s Office,
    and/or can be downloaded from the Town’s website at
    This application and all attachments should be sent to the Selectmen’s Office, 23 Linden Street,
    Berlin, MA 01503 (or by email to ) and must be received no later
    than Noon 12:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 30, 2019.
    Christine Keefe
    Lisa Wysocki
    Margaret Stone
    Posted: March 25, 2019




    To be completed by the Applicant:
    FULL NAME: _________________________________________________________________
    ADDRESS: ___________________________________________________________________
    TELEPHONE NUMBER: ________________________________________________________
    EMAIL ADDRESS:____________________________________________________________
    SCHOOL PRESENTLY ATTENDING: _____________________________________________
    COLLEGE OR VOCATIONAL SCHOOL ENTERING: ________________________________
    SCHOOL’S FULL ADDRESS: ____________________________________________________
    PLANNED COURSE OF STUDY: _________________________________________________

    TUITION: _________________________________
    BOOKS & SUPPLIES: _______________________
    ROOM & BOARD: __________________________
    TOTAL: ___________________________________

    Applicant must be a female graduating high school student residing in the Town of Berlin.
    Please attach three letters of reference, not a relative or all school personnel. Also submit a list of
    activities and accomplishments.
    This application with all attachments should be sent to the Selectmen’s Office, 23 Linden Street,
    Berlin, MA 01503 (or by email to ) and must be received no later
    than Noon 12:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 30, 2019.

    FOR OFFICE USE ONLY: Date application received: ___________________

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  • The students in the senior class will be holding a car wash at The Other Place Pub on April 27th from 11 am to 3 pm.  This fundraiser is donation only and will help pay for prom and the senior class trip in May.



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  • GCC will host a shoe drive for a few weeks long, with bins available to drop off throughout the school. The shoes are collected and donated to Soles for Souls. 

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  • Please click 2019-2020 Scheduling Presentation to view step by step procedures for approving and choosing high school courses for next year. If you have any questions please contact your childs' school counselor.

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  • The Junior/Senior Prom is Friday, May 10th from 6 pm to 11 pm at Grand View in Mendon, MA. Tickets are $85 for Juniors, underclassmen and outside guests.  Cash or check made out Tahanto - Class of 2019.  Class dues need to be up to date in order to purchase a ticket.  Tickets will be on sale the week of April 8th - 12th at both high school lunches. 

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  • The Tahanto Drama Club will be performing "The Redemption of Gertie Greene", a one-act play by Taryn Temple, in the auditorium on Thursday, May 2nd and Friday May 3rd at 7:00pm. Tickets are $5 for students and $7 for adults!

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  • Tahanto Yearbooks are available to order.  Please go to to reserve your copy.  The cost is $65.  Please see or contact Mr. Perrett at for details.

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  • Tahanto is pleased to announce the availability of an after school MCAS program for students in the areas of mathematics.  Please see letter below


    MCAS Prep 2019

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  • NHS Application 2019

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  • The National Junior Honor Society is running a penny drive. Please bring in your spare change this week to help raise money for the NJHS cause Pennies For Patients.

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  • Nashoba Associated Boards of Health have put out a Rabies Immunization Clinic Schedule.  If you are interested in having your pets vaccinated, please see schedule below.


    Rabies Clinic Schedule

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  • Graduating seniors are invited to apply for one of two $500 scholarships awarded each year by Tahanto STAAGS PTO. Selection will be based on a written essay on the importance of volunteering. Take a look in the counseling office or go check them out on Naviance!

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  • Class of 2019 graduation will be on Sunday, June 2nd at 2:00pm.

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  • Late Bus at Tahanto.  Please see the attached letter sent home to parents regarding the introduction of a late bus starting November 6, 2018.


    After School Late Bus

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  • 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.

    Therapy Dog Parent Letter

    Voluntary Release Form

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  • Potee Presentation

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  • Tahanto Yearbook Inforfmation

    Year Book Letter

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  • Calendar with Days Rotation 2018-19

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  • 2018-19 School Calendar

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  • STAG School Store

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  • Gradebook account access information is available by clicking HERE. 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. 

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  • Attached is a regionalization newsletter update Regionalization Newsletter

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  •  School Wide Rubric




    Core Values & Beliefs

    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.

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