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All Incoming 6th Graders Are Invited To Attend!

- Meet Your New Classmates and Teachers
- Tour Our School Building
- Play Games
- Scavenger Hunt

Thurgood Marshall Middle School
August 14th and August 21st
9 AM until 12 Noon


Children Entering 6th Grade for MARSHALL MIDDLE SCHOOL
Monday July 15th - Thursday July18th
9 Am until 2 PM
Marshall Middle School 100 Brookline Ave, Lynn MA, 01901

LCHC Summer transitions camp will aim to provide a smoother transition for 5th graders who are entering 6th grade for the 2019-2020 school year. The camp will consist of small group and larger group exercises and activities, on these topics:

-Assertiveness and communication skills
-Mindfulness and relaxation skills
-Organization skills
-Empathy building and Social Skills
-Hygiene and Healthy eating
-Psycho education and social media safety.

Who is Eligible for this camp?
• Incoming 6th graders who have been engaged in either group therapy or individual therapy at LCHC School based health Centers in elementary school.

How much does the camp cost?
• NOTHING! Camp is 100% free to all campers.

Will Lunch be provided?
• YES! LCHC will provide free lunch and snacks to all campers.

What should my child bring to camp?
• Campers should bring their own sun block.
• Campers should wear comfortable clothing
(there will be arts & crafts activities as well as outdoor activities)

How do I sign my child up?
• Parents will need to speak with their child’s therapist at their respective SBHC, he/she will assist with application.



Essex County Summer Day Program
(781) 595-1111

Gregg House

(781) 592-0522

Boys and Girls Club-Creighton Pond
(781) 593-1772

(781) 581-3105

(781) 599-4220 (GRATIS)

Girls Inc.

(781) 592-9744

Salvation Army
(781) 598-0673

Building Bridges through Music

(781) 479-8327

Lynn Parks and Recreation

(781) 477-7096

Camp Fire-Salem
(978) 745-720


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Dear Parents & Guardians,

The letter below is to inform you of issues surrounding “vaping”/ “juuling.” (using e-cigarettes). Lynn English High School would like to share information about vaping with our parents and guardians. Vaping is a serious concern for teens across the country. There are misconceptions that it is a “healthy” alternative to smoking when in fact it carries its own risks.

Please Download This Letter And Read About The Resources.
Feel free to contact us with any questions.

Thank you for partnering with us on this important topic of public interest.
We will continue to work to educate our students in all aspects of adolescent development.

Best wishes,
Molly Cohen

March 1, 2019
Dear Parents/Guardians/Family Members,

In recent days, there have been many news stories circulating on the “Momo Challenge.” The purpose of this letter is to provide information, and encourage you to monitor your children’s use of social media and the internet.

The “Momo Challenge” is a new on-line challenge, in which children are contacted through WhatsApp, YouTube Kids and other social media platforms. The challenge encourages children to participate in risky or self-injurious behavior and not tell adults. This disturbing challenge has been debunked as a hoax.

We recommend you talk to your children about this challenge in a way that you feel is appropriate for their understanding. We also recommend monitoring what your children are watching on-line to ensure their viewing does not include these harmful messages.
Together, we believe that parents and professionals can better help children by teaching them good practices online.  Here are some safety tips to remember when your student is using the internet:

  • Inform your student to not give anyone their password, name, address, the name of their school or any information about your family
  • Access age appropriate apps for your student to use
  • Use parental controls (Check Settings)
  • Set privacy settings (in video games, you have the opportunity to set-up restrictions)
  • Restrict video games and YouTube watching to shared family spaces.
  • Ask your student to not download or install anything on your computer without your permission

We encourage your children to speak with a trusted adult should they have any concerns. 

Sincerely, Molly Cohen, Principal


Thank you TMMS Faculty and Families who came out on such a spectacular evening to observe the moon, Saturn and Mars. Who knew High Rock had such impressive views?


Thank you Thurgood Marshall Middle School Families for a very successful Open House turn out! We had such a large turn out in the cafeteria that I think next year we’ll have to move the Opening Presentation to the gym!

Families were filled with anticipation and curiosity as we kicked of the evening with information regarding Title 1, School Council, PTO, Principal’s Coffee, our School Improvement Plan, and our Advisory Program centered around the themes of community, responsibility and self-awareness.

We also introduced our guidance counselors, the social worker, and the nurses. We partnered with our community liaisons such as The New American Center, Upward Bound, The Lynn Community Health Center, and Raw Arts who are focused on building the bridge between school and home. The rest of the evening was an opportunity to feel the day in the life of a middle school student as families followed an abbreviated Day 1 schedule of their students.

More Title One Parent Compacts will be sent home with our students. Please read these compacts and commit to uniting with us to improve your child’s education. You will also receive the School Council Nomination forms. Consider serving for a term, fill out your information and return the form to your child’s homeroom. A ballot will follow and we will conduct an official vote in the next two weeks. If School Council or PTO are too official for your liking consider donating an hour or two at our Book Fair. Please contact our librarian, Ms. Julia DeStefano, destafanoj@lynnschools.org or call the main office at 781-477-7360.

At our second Open House we will conduct Teacher/Family Conferences. These will occur on January 23, 2019. More information will follow shortly so please stay tuned.

Principal's Welcome To Grade 6
Principal's Welcome To Grade 7 and Grade 8 (English and Spanish)

We’d like to take this opportunity to introduce two new members to our staff.

Mr. James Hall, our new Hall Monitor, and Officer Manny Torres, our new School Resource Officer.  James rejoined Lynn Public Schools in 2018 as a Campus Monitor. James has been in the education field for over 10 years now holding positions from Physical Education / Health Teacher to Teacher Aid. He specializes in working with adults and children with special needs as well as handling crisis intervention. James has also taken on entrepreneurship operating multiple shoe stores and a clothing brand since 2008.

Mr. Hall graduated from the University of Massachusetts Boston in 2006 earning a BA degree in Criminal Justice. He played on the boys basketball team during his time at the University of Massachusetts Boston, playing a major role in winning their conference his senior year. James attended high school in Brunswick, GA where he played football, basketball and ran track. In his leisure he enjoys spending time with his family, traveling and playing basketball. He continuously strives to inspire and mentor young men and women to be successful and encourages them to not allow their history to predict their future.

Officer Torres is a Lynn Classical Graduate who served as captain of the baseball team. He went on to becomes a Fitchburg State College Graduate of the Criminal Justice Program, where he also served as captain of their baseball team. Following college, he worked two  years as a Corrections Officer for Suffolk County Sheriffs Deptment. He moved on to work two more years  as a police officer for the City of Virginia Beach, Virginia. Officer Torres has been a Lynn Police Officer for almost 10 years, having worked for the Departments' Community Liaison Team and understands what it takes to serve his community.  We are thrilled to welcome him onto our team at Thurgood Marshall Middle School.

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Extra Curricular Clubs
Extracurricular clubs are up and running. Kids love these – please encourage students to participate. Families are made aware of extracurricular activities via Newsletter, Connect-Ed Phone Call, Flyer, Open House, Website, PTO and School Council.
Current Clubs and Activities Started September and October 2018-2019
Club Teacher(s) Day Room/Time
Year Book Club Charlene Reppucci
Josh Ellis 
Every Other
2:45-3:45 PM
Math Team/ Club Chris Cole
Chris  Carmody 
Monday B113
2:45-3:45 PM
Millionaire's Club Diana Lima Wednesday B425
2:45-3:45 PM
Debate Club Sam Nelson
Dan Koziski
Wednesday  B234
2:45-3:45  PM
Games Club Carrie Sachetta
Miriam Domer
Monday B223
2:45-4 PM
Baking Club  Sara Nunez
Grade 6
Every Other
2:45-4 PM
Baking Club  Sara Nunez
Grades 7 and 8
Every Other 
2:45-4 PM
Art Club  Jennica Pratt Monday B122
2:45-3:35 PM
Video Game Club  Joe Ford  Tuesday and
2:45-3:45 PM
TV Club  Reggie Douyon
Morn News Club 
Tuesday B116
7:15-8 PM
TV Club  Reggie Douyon
TV Studio 
Day 4 and 5 Advisory  B116
7:15-8 PM
National Jr. Honor Society  Luke Maus Various Days B422
2:45-4 PM
Drama Lori Conley  Wednesday  B326
2:45-3:45 PM
Cooking  Carmen Lopez  Tuesday
Session A 
2:45-4 PM
Cooking  Carmen Lopez Thursday
Session B
2:45-4 PM
Gay Straight Alliance Jade Hene
Starts 10/29
Monday  A222
2:45-3:45 PM
CRAT  Meghan Singleton  Monday B427
2:45-4:15 PM
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Debate Club Drama Club Exercise Club
Games Club Intramural Math Club
Millionaires Club National Honor Society Robotics
School Council School Newspaper Science Club
TV Club Video Game Club Yearbook Club
Intramural Sports Activities
Kickball Tournament October and November
Dodgeball January and February
Basketball March and April
Volleyball May
Soccer June
Trick Shots To Be Announced
Middle School Sports Team
Girls’ Softball September and October
Boys’ Baseball September and October
Girls’ - Boys’ Basketball November through February
Wrestling February, March and April
Girls’ and Boys’ Track April and May
Morning Gym The gym is open every school day morning for basketball from 7:15 until 7:45 AM
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  Parent Volunteer and School Council Application
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  Title One Compact (EN) - Título 1 (ES)
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  East Lynn Little League Tryouts - 2019
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  Recommended Supply List For September 2018
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Important Reminders

- I’m worried about my student’s grades
Guidance Counselor and/or Teachers

- My child is having personal relationship problems with peers
Guidance or Social Worker

- I’m worried my child is bullying or being bullied by someone
Social Worker is bullying coordinator

- I have a serious safety concern
Officer Torres, Vice Principals Doucette and Pavia or Principal Cohen

- I want to meet with the teachers in my child’s cluster
The Guidance Counselor can arrange to set that up or you can email a teacher in the cluster directly. All email addresses are on the website under staff

- I have a concern about how my child is being treated by school personnel Principal Cohen

- I have a health concern for my child
School Nurses and Lynn Community Health Clinic

1. The website www.lynnschools.org/thurgoodmarshall. (check the electronic calendar, (HAC) Home Access Center)
2. All-calls go home – be sure your contact information is updated in the system.
3. The main office clerks - (781) 477-7360
4. Notices and flyers that go home with your child

ANTI-HAZING POLICY - This is a reminder that it is a state requirement to notify families about anti-hazing policies and laws.  If you have not yet had a chance to read our handbook, a link to the handbook is listed below, in English & Spanish.  The anti-hazing policy and laws are to be found in the 2017-2018 handbook.   Hazing applies not only to the school day, but to all extracurricular activities and sports.  We thank you for reviewing the district policy and state law about hazing.
October is National Bullying Month. This year Thurgood Marshall will host the annual Anti-Violence assembly to hear powerful speakers share personal accounts of the influence violence has had on their lives.

STUDENT SUCCESS - Welcome to the 2018-2019 school year! We are looking forward to a productive partnership with you to ensure our children can achieve their highest potential. As partners, we share the responsibility for our children’s success.

We ask that you guide and support your child’s learning by ensuring that he/she:
1) Attends school daily and arrives on time, ready for the day’s learning experience
2) Completes all homework assignments given by teachers
3) Reads daily to develop a love for reading and to improve literacy skills
4) Shares school experiences with you so that you are aware of his/her school life
5) Informs you if he/she needs additional support in any area or subject
6) Knows that you expect him/her to succeed in school and go on to college or career readiness programs
7) Gets involved in extra-curricular activities such as Math Team, intramural sports, National Junior Honor Society, Girls Empowerment club, Project YES!, Amazon Robotics, Drama club, and a plethora of other clubs

If you have any questions about the rules and expectations, please feel free to contact me or to discuss them with your child’s teacher. It is very important that you and your child are fully informed regarding standards related to appropriate behavior for a safe and productive school year. Please feel free to review the Student/Parent Handbook which can be accessed on the lynnschools.org website.

SCHOOL SUPPLY LIST - Dear Parents/Guardians and Students, We hope that you are enjoying your summer vacation!
Please see the list below of recommended school supplies for all students at TMMS.

High Priority Supply List - Box of No. 2 Pencils, Blue or Black Pens, Spiral Notebooks (1 Per Class), Folders (1 Per Class), Three-ring binder with loose-leaf paper, Erasers, Composition Notebook (for Science)

Additional Recommendations for Supply List - Pencil Pouch, Highlighters, Markers, Crayons, Colored-Pencils, Pencil Sharpener, Index Cards, Box of Tissues

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School Year 2018-2019
Year Month Description

August This is an exciting time of the year for our school community. After lots of planning and organizing, we will kick off our third full school year in the new building.


September Celebrations
We kicked off the school year with the return of the GE Foundation and Celtics Organization Brilliant Career Pathways for our 8th grade students.

We are so honored and privileged to have this opportunity to expose our students to the incredible world of STEM (Science, Technology Engineering and Math) programming. Extracurricular clubs kicked off with lots of enthusiasm and excitement!


November is a month packed with sports, extracurricular club events, holidays, and school events. On November 5th we conduct our annual Fall Walk to raise money for our Student Activities Fund, which defrays costs of future field trips, dances, and 8th grade activity week. We also use these funds to purchase snacks and materials for after school and Saturday programming. 

Remember we have a handful of days off from school in November. There is no school on Tuesday November 6th, Monday November 11th and there will be an Early Release time for Thanksgiving at 11:45 on Wednesday November 21st. Lunches will not be served on that day. No School on Thursday November 22nd and Friday November 23rd.

We hope you have healthy and safe holiday weekends.  If ever you have any questions about our busy schedule, please contact your child’s guidance counselor in the main office.

2019 January  
February Our 7th Annual Fall Walk and More!

March roared in like a lion (as usual). 

We experienced our first significant snowstorm the first weekend in March. We are so grateful to have such a beautiful facility to which to return so our school can continue to actively plan and prepare for the MCAS 2.0 computer-based state assessment for all grades 6-8. Over the February vacation week, we had a terrific ELA Acceleration camp that gave our students that little bit of extra work to prepare them for the rigor of the test. We will be offering the same acceleration camp over the April vacation for preparation of the math testing. We also offer Extended Learning Time for ELA, math and 8th Grade science after school and on Saturdays. Please ask your child to take advantage of the extra time on learning we are offering to prepare them for these rigorous tests. 

Due to the number of devices to test each student, the MCAS ELA test sessions will occur both before and after the April vacation. Each cluster will receive an automated phone call sharing the exact test dates and times for your students. The MCAS 2.0 math testing logistics will take place during the first three weeks of May. The computer-based MCAS Science exam - for grade 8 students only - will occur mid-May for clusters 5, 6, 7, and 9.  Please look for informational packets that will go home with the students in April to explain exactly what the state test will entail. We will post all information as well including our MCAS 2.0 schedule for all clusters. As always, your feedback is critical to the smooth operations of our school. 

Finally, our School Council is planning a community events Health Fair one Saturday either in April or May of 2019. The general idea is to connect our family community with businesses and organization in our local communities. We will also be offering free resources and workshops. More information on that to come! Feel free to stop by either the School Council planning meeting or PTO on March 12th to share your ideas and input.

NEW April April kicks off the start of the state mandated testing schedule. The MCAS 2.0 window for testing runs from the beginning of April through the end of May. At present, we are in a time of uncertainty due to the computer virus that has swept through the district.

We expect to hear form the DESE the first week of April as to whether or not we will administer paper-based tests this spring. In any case, packets of information involving MCAS 2.0 expectations and testing schedule will go home as soon as we know. We appreciate your assistance and cooperation in preparing our students for these 21st century skills. It is critical that students get a good night’s sleep, eat a substantial breakfast and arrive to school on time. We have been running Extended Learning Time sessions in math, ELA and science Monday through Saturday.

On April 25th we celebrate our third annual anniversary in the beautiful new site. We are very fortunate to have this incredible school as our center for learning, growing and improving. March 27th marked our last Open House for the school year. It was our opportunity to show off our curriculum materials, student projects and content materials for all grades. The final formal invitation into our school will be Thursday April 25th 2019 from 4 PM until 7 PM for our first Summer Programs Fair.

As usual, we will post all information electronically. Please continue to provide your feedback to ensure the smooth operations of our school.

Thank you for supporting our school by coming out for sports events, parent conferences, and Open House. Remember to pop into a PTO meeting whenever you can. No commitment required; we’d just love to hear from you.

We wish you and your family an energizing spring!

Ms. Molly Cohen
Thurgood Marshall Middle School

June is a busy month with fieldtrips and cluster events. Please stay tuned. Remember fieldtrips are a privilege. Students with behavioral, academic, punctuality or attendance challenges will not be permitted to attend field trips.

This spring has been a whirlwind of excitement for our school community. We have now inhabited our new school for three years and we had the priviledge of hosting Senator Markey’s Town Meeting in our beautiful setting.

Our school allows students to participate in vocational classes which set us apart from other middle schools. Our new gym can accommodate the entire student population for whole school assemblies. We had a very successful all school Memorial Day Assembly in our gymnasium on Thursday May 23rd.

At this time, I would like to wish everyone a happy, healthy summer break. We look forward to beginning another successful school year next fall.

Ms. Molly Cohen
Principal, Thurgood Marshall Middle School

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Welcome To The Thurgood Marshall Middle School Website

It is an honor and a privilege to serve as principal of a staff and student body committed to personal growth and academic achievement. Our primary goal is to ensure that every student is provided the highest quality of education possible in a safe and supportive learning environment. Our mission at TMMS is to instill in our students the DREAM principles that guide our daily interactions through the development of dignity, respect, effort, achievement and motivation. We believe that by adhering to the basic ideas embedded in these five concepts, our students will become well-rounded and civic-minded individuals. Through hard work and dedication, we can accomplish our dream of becoming a high performing middle school.

In our efforts to provide effective instructional practices and well-developed school structures that support student achievement we will be focusing on the following initiatives for the 2018/2019 school year:

• Teachers will engage in professional collaborative planning to improve instructional practices that will increase cognitive engagement for all students with the implementation of data informed instructional strategies. Focus areas include promoting higher order thinking skills and creating diverse learning opportunities for students to engage in rigorous learning tasks.

• All staff will implement an advisory curriculum that includes personal goal setting, commitment to social responsibility, and sustained silent reading. The goal of Advisory is two-fold: to build personal relationships where students start to learn their responsibility to self and the community and to increase the opportunity for pleasure reading by making connections to text in a fun, personal way. Advisories are a supportive, non-academic setting where students can connect learning with life.

• The Principal will implement a Principal’s Coffee once a quarter to invite community members to discuss school initiatives, offer feedback and share questions or concerns.

School and family partnerships are central to improving academic achievement of our students. We encourage families to get involved in students' academic lives. Please join us in making this the very best experience for your children. Being informed will help. Throughout the year our school website, school calendar, and newsletters will provide you with the most current information.

We look forward to working together to ensure that all of our students meet their full potential.

Molly Cohen

Thurgood Marshall Middle School Information

Our School Information and Resource Links
Grades Offered 6 - 7 - 8
Phone (781) 477-7360
Fax (781) 477-7355
Address - Map Link 100 Brookline Street, Lynn, MA 01902
School Day Monday - Friday 7:45 AM until 2:30 PM
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Department of Education Profiles and Report Cards
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Our DOE Report Card Our Accountability Data
MCAS Report Card/Letter 2019 English Arabic Hatian Creole Khmer Spanish
District MCAS Report Card MCAS Performance Report Card
District Report Card District Performance Report Card
LPS District Notices Additional Notices and Resources
Last Website Update: June 25, 2019 9:19 AM
School Staff and Teacher List For 2018-2019

Our School Staff List
Our Phone (781) 477-7360
Our Fax (781) 477-7355
Principal Molly Cohen
Room A-123
Vice Principal Stephanie Doucette
Room A-201.1
Vice Principal
John Pavia
Room A-401.1
Clerk Patti DiFulvio
Clerk Jen Mewa
Clerk Sandy Serven
Program Specialist Kerry Hayward Room A-122
Guidance Counselors
6th Grade Colleen McGuinness
7th Grade and SEI Blanca Rosa
8th Grade and Support Donna Horgan
Adjustment Counselor Sara Fox-Ray Room A-1301.1
Social Worker Stephanie Rossi
Room A-132
School Psychologist Elisa Guzman Room A-121
School Nurse Renee Domegan
Room A-150-B
School Nurse Vonette Rich Room A-150-A
Librarian Julia DeStefano Room A-110.2
Parent Liaison Rosa Marte Main Office
School Resource Officer Manny Torres
Room A-112

Our School Teacher List
Cluster 1 - Grade 6
Jenny Ciminio ELA Room A-323
Carmen Lopez Social Studies Room A-322
Dan Spheekas Science Room A-325
Kevin Whitehead Math Room A-324
Melody Aquaro Special Education - Inclusion Float
Cluster 2 - Grade 6
Janice Silva Math Room A-227
Julia Thorell ELA Room A-228
Dan Koziski Social Studies Room A-229
Steven Small Science Room A-226
Miriam Domer Special Ed. Math Inclusion Float
Liz Cappello Special Ed. ELA Inclusion Float
Cluster 3 - Grade 7
Kathy Coman Social Studies Room A-329
Jacqueline Dixon ELA Room A-328
Lori Egan Math Room A-327
Joe Ford Science Room A-326
Joe Shapiro Special Ed Inclusion Float
Cluster 4 - Grade 7
Victor Aleixo Social Studies Room A-422
Kaitlyn Lausier Math Room A-424
Casey Silot ELA Room A-423
Robin Linehan Science Room A-425
Beth Bertolozzi Special Ed Inclusion Float
Cluster 5 - Grade 8
Matthew Bollen Science Room B-426
Diana Lima Math - Lead Teacher Room B-425
Jill Magner ELA Room B-424
Frank Vieira Social Studies Room B-423
Scott Cote Special Ed. Math Inclusion Float
Meghan Qualters Special Ed. ELA Inclusion Float
Cluster 6 - Grade 8
Brad Willenbrock ELA - Lead Teacher Room B-429
Meghan Singleton Science - Lead Teacher Room B-427
Jake Selinger Social Studies - Lead Room B-430
Danielle Hilton Math Room B-428
Scott Cote Special Ed. Math Inclusion Float
Meghan Qualters Special Ed. ELA Inclusion Float
Cluster 7 - Grades 6, 7 and 8
Samantha Nelson Social Studies Room B-234
Christopher Cornett ELA Room B-231
Abigail Driscoll Social Studies Room B-232
Sarah McKenna ELA Room B-233
Mrs.Cecilia Detrich Science Room B-229
Nathan Bell Science B 212-B 213
Kelly Towne Math Room B-230
Greg Sheridan ESL Room A-211
Erica Schoneberger Math Room B-235
Cluster 8 - Grades 7 and 8
Rachel Attridge Science Room A-426
Jillian Cayton ELA Room A-428
Kyle Sabourin Social Studies Room A-429
Chris Carmody Math Room A-427
Cluster 9 - Grade 8
Luke Maus Social Studies Room A-422
Heather Cote ELA Room A-433
Joshua Ellis Science Room A-432
Glen Blakney Math Room A-431
Cluster 10 - Grades 6
Brad Waxer Math Room A-224
Jade Henne Social Studies Room A-222
Kathleen Powers ELA Room A-223
Kyle Shurtleff Science Room A-225
Miriam Domer Special Ed. Math Inclusion Float
Liz Cappello Special Ed. ELA Inclusion Float
Cluster 11 - Grades 6, 7 and 8
Jessica Gerardo Special Education Room B-322
Christine Galvez COACH Room B-324
Laura Migdole EI Room B-226
Cluster 12 - Grade 6
Greg Rybak Science Room B-322
Judy Sweeney Math Room B-324
Carrie Sachetta ELA Room B-223
Matthew Plassmann Social Studies Room B-226
5th Major - Grades 6, 7 and 8
Karen Andreason French Room A-312
Angela Cahill ELA Read 180 Room B-421
Leticia Carrasco-Toxey Spanish Room B-225
Christina DeJesus ELA Supplemental Room B-321
Sara Nunez Spanish Room B-328
Jared Rooks ELA Read 180 Room B-331
Dan Kammer ELA Supplemental Room A-412
Paul Fitts Math Foundation Room A-412
Abby Ross Spanish Room B-332
Kathryn Baker ELE - ELA Room A-211
Oliver Toomey ELA Supplemental Room A-109
Curriculum Coach
Kerri Altieri Math Coach Room A-108
Tim Ferrari Special Education - CIT Room A-108
Amy DeRosa ESL COACH Room A-108
Tiffany McFarlane ESL Math COACH Room A-108
Special Education
Maureen Walker SPED Chair Room A-131
Melody Aquaro Inclusion Room CL-1
Liz Cappello Inclusion Room CL-2 and 10
Scott Cote Inclusion Room CL-5 and 6
Miriam Domer Inclusion Room CL-2 and 10
Beth Bertolozzi Inclusion Room A-423
Meghan Qualters Inclusion Room CL-5 and 6
Christine Treantos Inclusion Room A-221
Joe Shapiro Inclusion Room CL-3
Kyle Hodnett Social Studies Room A-421
Stephanie Joniec Special Education - ELA Room A-430
Scott Sullo Science Room A-321
Maureen Walker Math Room A-330
Steve Fallano Special Ed. Support Float
Rebecca Interbartolo Math Room B-227
Laura Migdole Inclusion Room B-226
Lysa Newhall ELA Read 180 Room A-230
Stacy Stirnweis Special Ed. Support Float
Margaret Azaryoun Cheryl Baronian Scott Barry
Edison Benscome Shardaye Berry Paula Buckless
Brian Carlson Linda Connolly Susan DeSimone
Princess Guwor Joseph Jones Donna LeChance
Malorry Merlin Paul Quinn Ivelisse Subervi
Gary Torres
Unified Arts
John Ardizzoni Health Room B-325
Lori Conley Drama Room B-326
Chris Cole Computers Computer Room
Tom Conrad Physical Education Gym
Joe Cook Visual Arts Room B-111
Reggie Douyon AV-TV Room B-116.3
Julia DeStefano Librarian - Media Specialist School Library
Alisa Fila Physical Education Gym
Lila Karanja Engineering and Technology Room A-100.3
Frank Kelley Woodshop Room B-120
Mark McMahon Cooking Room B-330
Kevin Martin CAD - Drafting Room B-119
Jonathan Plouffe Music Room B-118
Jennica Pratt Visual Arts Room B-122
Maria Ramirez Sewing Room B-329
Mona Rashad Band and Orchestra Room B-114
Charlene Reppucci Health Room B-422
William Sokolow Band and Orchestra Room B-114
Building Substitutes
Carol Brown Substitute Teacher Float
Molly Cullen Substitute Teacher Float
Maria Ramirez Substitute Teacher Float
Last Website Update: June 25, 2019 9:19 AM
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School Year 2019 - 2020
School Council Members and Meetings
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About School Councils
A school council is a representative, school building-based committee composed of the principal, parents, teachers, community members and, at the secondary level, students, required to be established by each school pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 71, Section 59C.

It is important to note the School Council plays an advisory role in assisting the building principal to organize and implement a School Improvement Plan which not only addresses the areas in which the school intends to comply with the requirements of the Educational Reform Act, but also how the school intends to meet those system-wide goals and policies adopted by the school committee. Membership will consist of the principal, teachers, parents, students and community members.

School Council Members for 2018-2019
Name School or Community Position
Cynthia Mambuca Parent
Santiago Guiehardo Parent
Molly Cohen TMMS Faculty
Matthew Bollen TMMS Faculty
Christopher Cornett TMMS Faculty
Luke Maus TMMS Faculty
Blanca Rosa TMMS Faculty
Maureen Walker   TMMS Faculty
Robin Kimber Welch Florist Community Member
Elizabeth Cohen Martial Arts Center Community Member
Meetings, Agendas and Minutes for 2018-2019
Meeting Date Notices/Agenda Meeting Minutes
January 23, 2019 At 3 PM   January 23rd Minutes
March 12, 2019   March 12th Minutes
May 23, 2019    
November 15, 2018 November 15th Agenda November 15th Minutes

Our Art, Photo and Video Facebook Postings
Recent Art, Photo and Video Facebook Postings
Posting Type Description Date
Photos TMMS Is Ready For The New School Year! September, 2018
Photos Summer Program Wraps Up A Success! August 2018
Photos Summer Soccer Begins At LEHS! July 2018
Photos Students Skype With Antarctica Scientists July 2018
Photos GE, MIT Girls Program Kick-Off! July, 2018

The Thurgood Marshall Middle School Calendar
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