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IMPORTANT DROP OFF AND PICKUP PROCEDURES

Dear Parent and Guardians,

We recently had a near accident at dismissal due to the fact that people are driving unsafely by not following our traffic policy. Our neighbors have been wonderfully supportive of our school and our kids yet at pick up some of our parents and guardians block driveways, park on neighbor’s property, and do not respect our neighbor’s space. The Drop Off and Pick Up procedures are below. Please remember that during these times Brookline Street is a one lane one way. It is illegal to move to left of center and pass people. Please drop your child off on the right curb. Also consider dropping off and picking up on adjacent streets.   Please help us to keep our children our neighborhood safe.
Thank you.
Molly Cohen

DROP OFF & PICK UP PROCEDURES

  • Brookline Street is a one way between the hours of 7:15 AM until 8:15 AM and 2 PM until to 3 PM. Driving in the wrong direction endangers the safety of pedestrians. Police take notice.
  • Brookline Street will remain a one lane street during one way hours, you are not authorized to drive to the left of center.
  • When dropping your child off, pull over to the right curb.
  • Closed Driveway Policy and Procedures means the lot is closed to parents and guardians. We implement our “No Parking” guidelines to ensure student safety.
  • It is illegal to block any driveways at any time. Please respect our neighbor’s property.
  • Please drive cautiously and slowly. Student safety is our main concern.
  • In the event of inclement weather, plan for extra time to drop off and pick up. 

PROCEDIMIENTO AL RECOGER Y DEJAR LOS NIñOS A LA ESCUELA

  • La calle Brookline es una via entre las 7:15 AM hasta las 8:15 AM y de las 2 PM hasta las 3 PM. Al manejar el lado contrario es un peligro para los peatones. La policia estara pendiente
  • La calle Brookline es una via durante estas horas y no se permite mas de dos vehiculas a la vez.
  • Cuando deja a su hijo/a se orilla a las derecha solamente.
  • La politica del "parqueo cerrado" quiere decir que las familias no se pueden parquear en el parque de los maestros. Esto es por la seguridad de todos nuestros estudiantes.
  • Es ilegal bloquear los parqueos. Por favor hay que respetar las propiedades de los vecinos.
  • Por favor maneje con cuidado y despacio. Nuestra preocupacion es la seguridad de los estudiantes.
  • Si el tiempo esta mal, permitase extra tiempo para recoger y dejar sus hijos.

JIMMY LOCUST MASTER CLASSES!


FEBRUARY 2018 AT TMMS

We’d like to thank all the parents, family members, students and teachers for making our second Open House a big success! Thank you to the PTO who invited Tom Gould from Treadwell’s Ice Cream to come in and sell sundaes. Also a big thank you to the National Junior Honor Society members who teamed up with some teachers, paraprofessionals, guidance and homeless liaison to put out new winter coats and other winter apparel for free.

We spent the first month of the year participating in a competitive basketball season. The boys’ and girls’ have exemplified good sportsmanship, dignity and respect both on the home court and when traveling to other schools. We continually refer to our DREAM principles: Dignity, Respect, Effort, Attitude and Motivation to guide us as we pursue our athletic and academic dreams.

February is a short month but we have lots going on! Our English learners Saturday school program, Extended Learning Time in Math and ELA and Extended Learning Time in Science is in full swing. Please look for invitation letters that are sent home.

This year we have the special privilege of teaming up with the Sontag Prize, a non-profit organization that has invited a select group of students to participate in their vacation camp. We also have another February Acceleration vacation camp running during the holiday break.
GE and the Celtics organization are teaming up with their partner non-profit organizations: EverFi, CFES Brilliant Career Pathways to deliver a two week STEM curriculum to cluster 4 and cluster 6 students.

Check out our many images on our blog, www.tmmslynn.com, where you can see the adventures we’ve had at Thurgood Marshall this year. The National Junior Honor Society consistently involves themselves in community service endeavors, Ms. Gerardo introduces her students to yoga, and we’re planning for the big February fundraiser of carnations for Valentine’s Day and a school dance.

Check out our Black History Month tribute in the cases in the front foyer.

Here is our February schedule:

Friday February 2nd
Wear your Pat’s jersey or colors to support our Super Bowl team
Clothing Orders for TMMS Swag due
Report Cards go home

Saturday February 3rd

Extended Learning Time 8-12
English learners Saturday School Academy from 9-11

Wednesday February 7th through Thursday February 15th

National Junior Honor Society students sell carnations as fundraiser for My Brother’s Table and TMMS students in need

Wednesday February 7th

Ice cream social
Faculty meeting 2:45 to 3:45

Saturday February 11th

Extended Learning Time 8-12
English learners School Academy from 9-11

Wednesday February 14th Valentine’s Day

Carnations are handed out in the cafeteria during the lunches

Tuesday February 13th

PTO meeting in the library 3-4 pm

Thursday February 15th

School Dance in the cafeteria 5 - 7 pm

Monday February 19th
through Friday February 23rd  
NO SCHOOL WINTER BREAK
Sontag Prize Camp Monday through Friday
February Acceleration Camp Tuesday through Friday

Monday February 27th
 
Pennies for Patients Coin Drive begins for the Lymphoma and Leukemia Foundation –Last year we raised $1,674 and the year before we raised $2,246!

Wednesday February 28th  

Ice cream social
Math Family Fun Night 6-8 pm in the cafeteria enter through the A2 doorway


MUSTANG’S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 2018

WED. 1/10 PEABODY AT MUSTANGS (B-3:45, G-4:45)
THURS. 1/11 MUSTANGS AT SAUGUS (G- 3:45, B-4:45)
WED. 1/17 TRITON AT MUSTANGS (BOYS-3:45, GIRLS-4:45)
FRI. 1/19 MUSTANGS AT PICKERING (G-3:45, B-4:45)
WED. 1/24 MUSTANGS AT BREED (B-3:45, G-4:45)
FRI. 1/26 MALDEN AT MUSTANGS (G-3:45, B-4:45)
MON. 1/29 MUSTANGS AT GLOUCESTER (B-3:45, G-4:45)
THURS. 2/1 MARBLEHEAD AT MUSTANGS (G-3:45, B-4:45)
MON. 2/5 REVERE AT MUSTANGS (B-4:30, G-5:30)
WED. 2/7 SALEM (R) AT MUSTANGS (G-3:45, B-4:45)
FRI. 2/9 SALEM (W) AT MUSTANGS (B-3:45, G-4:45)
MON. 2/12 MUSTANGS AT SWAMPSCOTT (G-3:45, B-4:45)

AWAY GAME ADDRESSES:
SAUGUS
SAUGUS-BELMONTE MIDDLE SCHOOL - 25 DOW STREET
LYNN
PICKERING MIDDLE SCHOOL-70 CONOMO AVENUE
LYNN
BREED MIDDLE SCHOOL-90 O’CALLAGHAN WAY
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER-RALPH O’MALLEY MIDDLE SCHOOL-32 CHERRY ST.
SWAMPSCOTT
SWAMPSCOTT MIDDLE SCHOOL-207 FOREST AVENUE

WHO DO I CALL WHEN…

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 McDermott, Vice Principal Doucette, Vice Principal 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

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

Download This Who Do I Call Flyer
IMPORTANT WINTER DATES

Tuesday PTO Dates - 5 pm in the Library:
January 9th, February 13th, March 13th, April 10th, May 8th, June 12th

No School for Holiday Dates
Monday January 15th | No School – Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
February 19-23 | March 30 | April 16-20 | May 28

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PARENT AND STUDENT REMINDERS

Important Reminders and Procedures For the New School Year!

Closed Driveway Policy and Procedures
Student safety continues to be a high priority at TMMS. We implement our “No Parking” guidelines. In the interest of security and safety for students and staff, our driveway and parking lot is closed to parents and guardians. Keep your children safe by following these guidelines and reviewing them with your child. Brookline Street is a one way between the hours of 7:15 AM until 8:15 AM and 2 PM until to 3 PM. Driving in the wrong direction endangers the safety of pedestrians. Police take notice.

Drop Off Procedures
- Supervision is provided starting at 7:15 AM. Please do not bring your child to school before that time since there is no supervision.
- All parents and visitors must report directly to the school office. The office personnel will provide assistance in an effort to keep classroom interruptions to a minimum.

Attendance
Only students may enter the school through the main entrance located at the front of the school on Brookline Street from 7:45 AM until 8 AM.

The doors will be locked at 8 AM and all students who are not on campus by that time will need to enter through the office and be marked tardy. Students who arrive tardy 4 or more times will serve detention.

Regular attendance to school is critical to academic achievement. Students who are ABSENT 7 or more days in a marking period will FAIL all their classes for the quarter.

Please help your child to be successful by making sure your child is well-prepared and on time for school each day. Thank you for your cooperation, patience and flexibility.

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Exercise Club Arts/Crafts Club Robotics
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WINTER/SPRING 2018

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Extra Curricular Activities For This School Year
Families are made aware of extracurricular activities via Newsletter, Connect-Ed Phone Call, Flyer, Open House, Website, PTO and School Council.
Drama Intramural Computer Club
Math Club Science Club School Newspaper
Exercise Club Arts/Crafts Club Robotics
TV Club National Honor Society Cooking/Baking Club

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Tuesday PTO Dates - 5 pm in the Library:
February 13th, March 13th, April 10th, May 8th, June 12th

Anti-Hazing Policy Reminder
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.

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.

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Principal Cohen's Monthly Message Archive

September 2017 | Welcome to the 2017-18 School Year!

STUDENT SUCCESS:

Welcome to the 2017-18 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

PARENT INVOLVEMENT:

Please consider joining our PTO program as our students can greatly benefit from your involvement and contributions to the school’s program and its operations. We seek volunteers to help us with the following activities:
1) School-wide events
2) Student recognition events
3) Outreach and recruitment of parent and community volunteers
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. A few upcoming dates to acknowledge:

SEPTEMBER DATES:

Emergency Forms
Due to the main office by Friday September 15, 2017

Picture Day
Tuesday September 26, 2017. Flyers go home Monday September 11th.

Open House
Wednesday September 27th from 5:30 to 8 PM. Enter through the A2 doorways.

First PTO Meeting
Monday September 18, 2017 in the library. 

October 2017

November 2017

November Looking Back!

November has been a flurry of excitement and activity. Our students have been getting involved in healthy behaviors by attending extracurricular clubs, Extended Learning Time in Math afterschool and on Saturdays, wrapping up their fall sports’ season, raising funds for My Brother’s Table, Unicef, Save the Children and Red Cross, competing in a school wide kickball tournament after school, and trying out for basketball. Please check out the calendar for dates and times of sports and clubs.

The week before Thanksgiving, our School Resource Officer, Ryan McDermott, our Social Worker, Stephanie Rossi and our administrative team ran grade level assemblies pertaining to Social Media Awareness, Internet Safety, and Bullying. We will post this presentation on our blog.

On Wednesday November 29th we kicked off the annual Grade 7-8 BAND and STRINGS students attending All-City Rehearsals at Breed Middle School. The bus leave promptly at 1:30pm and students are picked up at Breed after practice.

For your planning purposes, please take note of future All-City Rehearsals:
Dec. 13, Jan. 17 and 31, Feb. 14 and 28, Mar. 14 and 28, Apr. 11 and 25, May 9 and 23.

December 2017

December Looking Forward!

We kick off December on Friday December 1st with a trip for Clusters 5, 6, 2, 10, 11 and half of Cluster 1 to Lynn English High School to see their drama club perform Tales for a Winter’s Night.

The Book Fair officially opens on Monday December 4th. The librarian, Ms. DeStefano, has worked out a deal with Scholastic for bargain books for just $1.00 and under. Ask your child for the pamphlet.

The following Friday on December 8th the well-known artist and speed painter, Amazing Hero Art-Rob Surette will visit us for an all school assembly to deliver a message about what it takes to “Be Somebody” , while live painting a portrait of Chief Justice Thurgood Marshall.

On December 14th during the first two hours of school our drama students have been invited to a live performance and question and answer series by the actor, Judith Kalaora, who will perform Deborah Sampson Gannett.

Thank you to Dr. Frederick Cole and the Lynn Business Association for funding this very special opportunity to see how education and career pathways connect.

Grade 7 teachers will be sponsoring a Winter Solstice Dance on Wednesday December 13th from 5-7 pm in the cafeteria.

All are welcome to pop into the PTO meeting on Tuesday December 12th from 5-6 pm in the library. Enter through the main doorways.
Remember Interim Progress Reports will go home on Friday December 15th.
Winter Spirit Week

From December 18-22, Thurgood Marshall Middle School will be hosting a celebratory week of school spirit and gift giving. The school store will transform into the Holiday Mall where students can purchase gifts for friends and family. The store will be open Monday through Thursday in the Teacher’s Lounge off of the cafeteria after school. Prices range from $.25 to $3.00.

The TMMS band and instrument students will perform a holiday celebration of popular holiday music on Tuesday December 21st from 6-7 pm in the cafeteria

Extended Learning Time for mathematics continues to run. Look for invitations to Extended Learning Time in English Language Arts and Science.

Winter Break Dates
December 25, 2015 – January 1, 2018.
January 2, 2018 – First day back to school is a Tuesday at 7:45 am.

Enjoy your holidays – Be safe!

January 2018

We had an exciting week before Winter Break with school community celebrations like our extremely impressive Holiday Concert, Dress for Success, and of course the traditional Holiday Season Store. This fall we experienced an outpouring of generosity and community service fundraising by our TMMS students for people in need. Our foreign language and grade 6 students raised funds to support hurricane victims through Red Cross. Our National Junior Honor Society students fundraised for My Brother’s Table here in Lynn and our Project YES! students paired up LVTI’s Skills USA team to raise donations for homeless veterans. I’m looking forward to see what wonderful community service our students accomplish this spring!

January brings many fun filled activities and events. The acclaimed children’s author, Nila Webster, generously donated her book of poetry with contributions from several local authors and artists entitled Because We Believed It. Last year, Ms. Webster teamed up with the Lynn Public Schools to publish 1375 copies and donated them specifically to the Thurgood Marshall Middle School Community to honor our culture and climate derived from our guiding DREAM principles: Dignity, Respect, Effort, Attitude and Motivation. This year she had copies made for our entire sixth grade class. We look forward to visiting with her this winter to discus the important themes in the book about discovering what is important to us in our lives, treasuring what we love and pursuing our dreams.

A Sneak Peek Ahead!

This school year the Lynn Public Schools has teamed up with the non-profit organization, Sontag Prize, to offer a unique school vacation experience for select students to participate in hands on learning. They will offer two vacation camps focused on the two content areas of English Language Arts in February and Math in April. Golden Tickets will go home as invitations to this wonderful opportunity for Lynn students to be exposed to different approaches to curriculum. The selected students will attend an assembly in the first week of January as an introduction to the program. Look for a golden ticket!

The Amazon Robotics club at TMMS will return in January 2018. Look for permission slips from Ms. Meghan Singleton, our science teacher who oversees the program.

February 2018

We’d like to thank all the parents, family members, students and teachers for making our second Open House a big success! Thank you to the PTO who invited Tom Gould from Treadwell’s Ice Cream to come in and sell sundaes. Also a big thank you to the National Junior Honor Society members who teamed up with some teachers, paraprofessionals, guidance and homeless liaison to put out new winter coats and other winter apparel for free.

We spent the first month of the year participating in a competitive basketball season. The boys’ and girls’ have exemplified good sportsmanship, dignity and respect both on the home court and when traveling to other schools. We continually refer to our DREAM principles: Dignity, Respect, Effort, Attitude and Motivation to guide us as we pursue our athletic and academic dreams.

February is a short month but we have lots going on! Our English learners Saturday school program, Extended Learning Time in Math and ELA and Extended Learning Time in Science is in full swing. Please look for invitation letters that are sent home.

This year we have the special privilege of teaming up with the Sontag Prize, a non-profit organization that has invited a select group of students to participate in their vacation camp. We also have another February Acceleration vacation camp running during the holiday break.
GE and the Celtics organization are teaming up with their partner non-profit organizations: EverFi, CFES Brilliant Career Pathways to deliver a two week STEM curriculum to cluster 4 and cluster 6 students.

Check out our many images on our blog, www.tmmslynn.com, where you can see the adventures we’ve had at Thurgood Marshall this year. The National Junior Honor Society consistently involves themselves in community service endeavors, Ms. Gerardo introduces her students to yoga, and we’re planning for the big February fundraiser of carnations for Valentine’s Day and a school dance.

Check out our Black History Month tribute in the cases in the front foyer.

Here is our February schedule:

Friday February 2nd
Wear your Pat’s jersey or colors to support our Super Bowl team
Clothing Orders for TMMS Swag due
Report Cards go home

Saturday February 3rd

Extended Learning Time 8-12
English learners Saturday School Academy from 9-11

Wednesday February 7th through Thursday February 15th

National Junior Honor Society students sell carnations as fundraiser for My Brother’s Table and TMMS students in need

Wednesday February 7th

Ice cream social
Faculty meeting 2:45 to 3:45

Saturday February 11th

Extended Learning Time 8-12
English learners School Academy from 9-11

Wednesday February 14th Valentine’s Day

Carnations are handed out in the cafeteria during the lunches

Tuesday February 13th

PTO meeting in the library 3-4 pm

Thursday February 15th

School Dance in the cafeteria 5 - 7 pm

Monday February 19th
through Friday February 23rd  
NO SCHOOL WINTER BREAK
Sontag Prize Camp Monday through Friday
February Acceleration Camp Tuesday through Friday

Monday February 27th
 
Pennies for Patients Coin Drive begins for the Lymphoma and Leukemia Foundation –Last year we raised $1,674 and the year before we raised $2,246!

Wednesday February 28th  

Ice cream social
Math Family Fun Night 6-8 pm in the cafeteria enter through the A2 doorway

March 2018

April 2018

May 2018

June 2018


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, attitude 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 2017/2018 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. We want you to join us in making this the very best experience for your children. Being informed will help. Throughout the year our school website, blog, 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
Principal

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 to 2:30 PM
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Home Access Center
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Staff and Teacher List Current School Year
School Council Page Current School Year
School Improvement Plans 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013
Department of Education Profiles and Report Cards
Our Mass DOE Profile DOE Profile, MCAS and Other Info
Our DOE Report Card Our Accountability Data
District MCAS Report Card MCAS Performance Report Card
District Report Card District Performance Report Card
LPS District Notices Additional Notices and Resources
 
Last Update July 17, 2017 4:00 PM
School Staff and Teacher List | 2017-2018

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 Sandy Serven
Clerk Lauren Virgilio
Program Specialist Kerry Hayward Room A-122
Visit Our Administrative Department Webpage
Guidance Counselors
6th Grade and SEI Blanca Rosa
7th Grade and Support Donna Horgan
8th Grade Colleen McGuinness
Visit Our Guidance Department Webpage
Adjustment Counselor Lynne Bray 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
Visit Our Counseling and Support Webpage
Librarian Julia DeStefano Room A-110.2
Visit Our Library Webpage
Parent Liaison Rosa Marte Main Office
School Resource Officer Ryan McDermott
Room A-112

Our School Teacher List
Cluster 1 | Grade 6
  Lindsey Aylward ELA Room A-323
  Carmen Lopez Social Studies Room A-322
  Dan Spheekas Science Room A-325
  Judy Sweeney  Math Room A-321
  Kevin Whitehead Math Room A-324
  Visit Our Online Classroom
Cluster 2 | Grade 6
  Lauren Noyes Math Room A-227
  Carrie Sachetta ELA Room A-228
  Dan Koziski Social Studies Room A-229
  Steven Small Science Room A-226
  Miriam Domer Special Ed Inclusion  
  Brad Waxer Math Room A-221
  Visit Our Online Classroom
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  
  Visit Our Online Classroom
Cluster 4 | Grade 7
  Victor Alexio Social Studies Room A-422
  Dominick Steadman Math Room A-424
  Casey Silot ELA Room A-423
  Meghan Singleton Science Room A-425
  Beth Bertolozzi Special Ed Inclusion  
  Visit Our Online Classroom
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
  Meghan Qualters Special Ed Inclusion | Lead Teacher
  Visit Our Online Classroom
Cluster 6 | Grade 8
  Tim Ferrari ELA | Lead Teacher Room B-429
  Lynore Giroux Science | Lead Teacher Room B-427
  Jake Selinger Social Studies | Lead Room B-430
  Danielle Hilton Math Room B-428
  Scott Cote Special Ed Inclusion  
  Visit Our Online Classroom
Cluster 7 | Gr. 6 | 7 | 8
  Christopher Cornett ELA Room B-234
  Amy DeRosa ELA Room B-231
  Abigail Driscoll Social Studies Room B-232
  Sarah McKenna SEI Newcomers Room B-233
  Cecilia Detrich Science Room B-229
  Frances Toto ESL | Intervention Room B-323
  Meredith Ziegler Math Room B-230
  Visit Our Online Classroom
Cluster 8 | Gr. 7 | 8
  Rachel Attridge Science Room B-331
  Jillian Cayton ELA Room B-332
  Kyle Sabourin Social Studies Room B-328
  Janice Silva Math Room B-331
  Visit Our Online Classroom
Cluster 9 | Grade 8
  Luke Maus Social Studies Room A-429
  Meghann Price ELA Room A-428
  Joshua Ellis Science Room A-426
  Bill Wyman Math Room A-427
  Visit Our Online Classroom
Cluster 10 | Gr. 6
  Kaitlyn Lausier Math Room A-224
  Samantha Nelsen Social Studies Room A-222
  Kathleen Powers ELA Room A-223
  Kyle Shurtleff Science Room A-225
 

Christine Treantos

   
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Cluster 11 | Gr. 6 | 7 | 8
  Jessica Gerardo SPED Room B-322
 

Rachel Slaeker

SPED ELL Room B-324
  Laura Migdole EI Room B-226
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5th Major | Gr. 6 | 7 | 8
  Heather Cote French Room B-234
  Leticia Carrasco-Toxey Spanish Room B-233
  Christina Newton ELA Supplemental Room B-432
  Sara Nunez Spanish Room B-222
  Lucy Torres ELA ELL Support Room B-235
  Jared Rooks ELA Supplemental Room B-433
  Abby Ross Spanish Room B-221
  Oliver Toomey ELA Supplemental Room B-431
  Angela Cahill ELA Supplemental Room B-421
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Curriculum
  Kerri Altieri Math Coach Room A-108
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Special Education
  Melissa Gagnon SPED Chair Room A-131
  Liz Cappello ELA Room A-230
  Scott Cote Inclusion Room CL-4
  Miriam Domer Inclusion Room CL-2
  Beth Bertolozzi Inclusion Room CL-6
  Meghan Qualters Lead Teacher | Inclusion Room CL-5
  Christine Treantos Inclusion Room A-221
  Brian McCarthy ELA Room A-430
  Kyle Hodnett Social Studies Room A-421
  Stephanie Joniec Support Room B-227
  Joe Shapiro Inclusion Room CL-3
  Scott Sullo Science Room A-221
  Maureen Walker Math Room A-330
  Steve Fallano Support Room A-230
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Paraprofessionals  
  Margaret Azaryoun Cheryl Baronian Scott Barry
  Shardaye Berry Paula Buckless Brian Carlson
  Brian Carlson Mary Gately Joseph Jones
  Donna LeChance Rosa Martinez Ruth Milton
  Jennifer Moccia Paul Quinn Ivelisse Subervi
Unified Arts
  John Ardizzoni Health Room B-325
  Lori Conley Drama Room B-324
  Chris Cole Computers Computer Room
  Tom Conrad Physical Education Gym
  Joe Cook Visual Arts Room B-111
  Reggie Duoyon AV-TV Room B-116.3
  Lila Karanja Computers Room A-100.3
  Julia DeStefano Librarian School Library
  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
  Paulette Kowalski 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
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Building Substitutes
  Carol Brown Substitute Teacher Float
  Todd Burton Substitute Teacher Float
  Greg Rybak Substitute Teacher Float
 
Last Website Update: February 16, 2018 11:24 PM
Welcome to the Thurgood Marshall Middle School Council Webpage

Membership | 2017-2018 Position
Molly Cohen Principal
Chris Cornett Faculty
Luke Maus Faculty
Meghan Singleton Faculty
Maureen Walker Faculty
Sindy Aguilar Parent
Isaura Beltre Parent
Maria Gomez Parent
Maria Santana Parent
Nia Owens Student
Nathalie Lewis Student
Robin Kimber Community Member | Welch Florist
Elizabeth Cohen Community Member | Martial Arts Center

Meetings, Agendas and Minutes | PDF Format Download

2017-2018 School Year
Meeting Date Notices/Agenda Meeting Minutes
October 25, 2017 | 3 PM First Meeting Agenda First Meeting Minutes
January 24, 2018 | 3 PM Second Meeting Agenda Second Meeting Minutes
Third Meeting Date Third Meeting Agenda Third Meeting Minutes
Final Meeting Date Final Meeting Agenda Final Meeting Minutes
 
2016-2017 School Year Archive
October 20, 2016 | 3 PM Meeting Agenda Meeting Minutes
Janauary 24, 2017 | 3 PM Meeting Agenda Meeting Minutes
 
2015-2016 School Year Archive
June 09, 2016 | 3PM Meeting Notice No Minutes
April 07, 2016 | 3 PM Meeting Notice Meeting Minutes
March 10, 2016 | 3 PM Meeting Notice Meeting Minutes
January 12, 2016 | 3 PM Meeting Notice Meeting Minutes
November 18, 2015 Meeting Notice Meeting Minutes
 
2014-2015 School Year Archive
February 12, 2015 Meeting Notice No Minutes
 
2013-2014 School Year Archive
April 29, 2014 Meeting Notice No Minutes
April 6, 2014 No Notice No Minutes
January 11, 2014 Meeting Notice No Minutes
November 23, 2013 Meeting Notice No Minutes

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.
 
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