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Nurses Office - 2021-2022 School Year

Welcome Back TMMS Families,

LPS is committed to providing a safe space for students to learn and grow during the COVID-19 pandemic. One of the many ways we are addressing safety is by providing a robust testing plan. Students and staff will be able to participate in three different testing programs. They are:

Symptomatic Testing: (students who present with mild symptoms while at school; students should not go to school if experiencing symptoms while at home): A sample is collected by a shallow nasal swab at school using the BinaxNOW rapid antigen test. The rapid test only takes 15 minutes to get results. If the test is negative and the student has mild symptoms, he/she can return to class.

"Test and Stay": (A student who the school nurse has determined is a close contact from a school related exposure): A sample is collected by a shallow nasal swab at school using the BinaxNOW rapid antigen test. Tests are administered daily from the first day of exposure for 7 days.

Routine COVID Safety Checks:
(Formerly pooled testing): Students perform a shallow nasal swab to themselves. Samples are sent in groups of 5-10. If a pool is positive all individuals in that pool will need further COVID-19 testing. If the pool is negative, all individuals in that pool have tested negative for COVID-19 that day.

If you would like your student to participate in COVID-19 testing, you will need to fill out a testing consent. A paper consent will be sent home with your student in homeroom, please fill it out and return it to Thurgood Marshall Middle School the school nurse. You may also access an online consent form by clicking the link below. No need to fill out paperwork if you use the link below. This can be translated in multiple languages when you click on the below link. A video is posted on the TMMS website under the From the Nurse Tab.

MA STUDENT CONSENT FORM FOR OPTIONAL COVID-19 TESTING (Updated September 3, 2021)

I look forward to learning and growing with you this year.
Nurse Lisa

DOWNLOAD THIS LETTER IN ENGLISH and SPANISH

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TMMS Family Drop In for COVID Consent Form Assistance

TMMS Family Drop In for COVID Consent Form to help assist families in filling out the paperwork. Please come to the TMMS Gym Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday September 7, 8, 9, 2021 from 2:45 until 3:45 PM

Nurse Lisa, Principal Cohen, Vice Principal Doucette and Vice Principal Pavia will assist you.

Please use the A1 Doorway by the big parking lot next to the gym.

WATCH OUR VIDEO ABOUT THIS COVID CONSENT FORM

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Familia de TMMS sin cita previa para asistencia con el formulario de consentimiento de COVID

Hora para las familias de TMMS que necista ayuda a completar el papeleo de Consetimiento de covid. Sera en el Gym de TMMS martes, miércoles, jueves 7, 8, 9 de septiembre de 2021 de 2:45 - 3: 45 PM.

La enfermera Lisa, la directora Cohen, la subdirectora Doucette y la subdirectora Pavia le ayudarán.

Utilice la entrada A1 junto al gran astacionamiento junto al gimnasio.

MIRA NUESTRO VIDEO SOBRE ESTE FORMULARIO DE CONSENTIMIENTO COVID

GRADE 6 - WELCOME TO THE 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR!

Greetings Families of Thurgood Marshall Middle School (TMMS):

We are so excited to welcome back our 6th grade students and families to the 2021-2022 school year! Our goal is to ensure that every student receives the highest quality of education in a safe and supportive learning environment.  Working together as a team with our staff and families, I am committed to helping each student achieve their very best. 

To accomplish this goal, Thurgood Marshall Middle School follows The D.R.E.A.M. guiding principles.  These are:  Dignity, Respect, Effort, Achievement and Motivation.  We will discuss and implement these concepts into everything we do at TMMS.  Our focus will be to develop well-rounded and civic-minded individuals. This year we will elevate student voices and partner with families.  When we model these concepts in everything that we do, we take our school from good to great.

We look forward to a busy, exciting, and rewarding year.  Throughout the year our school website, calendar, and newsletters will provide you with the most current information. 

Included here are Important Reminders & Procedures and the bus website, www.mbta.comAt this time we are not requesting student bring supplies.  All they need is there LPS issued school computer and charger.  Clusters will inform the students what supplies they need for school.  The first day of school for 6th Graders is Tuesday September 7th, 2021 @ 7:45 AM.

Best Wishes,
Molly Cohen
Principal

Important Reminders and Procedures

1) 1st Day of School for Grade 6 is Tuesday September 7th 2021 at 7:45 AM

  • TMMS school hours are 7:45 AM - 2:30 PM
  • All Grade 6 students will enter the school and report to the gym where they will receive their homeroom and class assignments. 

2) Open House Night on Wednesday, October 6th from 5 to 8 PM

  • Families enter through the A2 doors nearest the cafeteria and gym where they will receive a copy of the evening’s schedule and attend a brief presentation by the principal.
  • Families will attend brief presentations by the teachers of all disciplines.
Additional Open House Dates
  • January 19, 2022  
  • March 23, 2022 

3) Half Days for Students 7:45 AM -12:30 PM

  • September 29th 
  • October 27th 
  • November 10th  
  • December 15th 
  • January 26th 
  • March 9th 
  • March 23rd 
  • April 27th 
  • May 25th  
No School for Students
  • November 2nd, 2021

4) Technology

  • All students will be issued a personal laptop.  We will be using Schoology as our Learning Management System.
  • Families will be able to view grades and attendance using a username and password on our Home Access Center (HAC).  School counselors can assist you in logging in.  

5) 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 families 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 to 8:15 AM and 2 to 3 PM. Driving in the wrong direction endangers the safety of pedestrians. Police take notice.

6) Drop Off Procedures

  • Supervision is provided in Morning Gym and Breakfast starting at 7:15 AM. Please do not bring your child to school before that time.
  • All families/visitors must report directly to the school office. The office personnel will provide assistance in order to keep classroom interruptions to a minimum.

7) Attendance

  • Only students may enter the school through the main entrance located at the front of the school on Brookline St. from 7:45 to 8 AM. The doors will be locked at 8:00 A.M. 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 be monitored by their School Counselor  and may receive detention. Regular attendance to school is critical to academic achievement. Students who are ABSENT 4 or more days in a marking period will have their grades penalized for all their classes for the quarter.   Contact the school if you need assistance with attendance.  We are here to help!
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.

GRADES 7 and 8 - WELCOME TO THE 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR!

Greetings Families of Thurgood Marshall Middle School (TMMS):

We are so excited to welcome back our 7th and 8th grade students and families to the 2021-2022 school year! Our goal is to ensure that every student receives the highest quality of education in a safe and supportive learning environment.  Working together as a team with our staff and families, I am committed to helping each student achieve their very best. 

To accomplish this goal, Thurgood Marshall Middle School follows The D.R.E.A.M. guiding principles.  These are:  Dignity, Respect, Effort, Achievement and Motivation.  We will discuss and implement these concepts into everything we do at TMMS.  Our focus will be to develop well-rounded and civic-minded individuals. This year we will elevate student voices and partner with families.  When we model these concepts in everything that we do, we take our school from good to great.

We look forward to a busy, exciting, and rewarding year.  Throughout the year our school website, calendar, and newsletters will provide you with the most current information. 

Included here are Important Reminders & Procedures and the bus website, www.mbta.comAt this time we are not requesting student bring supplies.  All they need is there LPS issued school computer and charger.  Clusters will inform the students what supplies they need for school.  The first day of school for 7th and 8th Graders is Wednesday September 8th, 2021 at 7:45 AM.

Best Wishes,
Molly Cohen
Principal

Important Reminders and Procedures

1) 1st Day of School for Grades 7 and 8 is Wednesday September 8th 2021 at 7:45 AM

  • TMMS school hours are 7:45 AM - 2:30 PM
  • All Grade 6 students will enter the school and report to the gym where they will receive their homeroom and class assignments. 

2) Open House Night on Wednesday, October 6th from 5 to 8 PM

  • Families enter through the A2 doors nearest the cafeteria and gym where they will receive a copy of the evening’s schedule and attend a brief presentation by the principal.
  • Families will attend brief presentations by the teachers of all disciplines.
Additional Open House Dates
  • January 19, 2022  
  • March 23, 2022 

3) Half Days for Students 7:45 AM -12:30 PM

  • September 29th 
  • October 27th 
  • November 10th  
  • December 15th 
  • January 26th 
  • March 9th 
  • March 23rd 
  • April 27th 
  • May 25th  
No School for Students
  • November 2nd, 2021

4) Technology

  • All students will be issued a personal laptop.  We will be using Schoology as our Learning Management System.
  • Families will be able to view grades and attendance using a username and password on our Home Access Center (HAC).  School counselors can assist you in logging in.  

5) 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 families 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 to 8:15 AM and 2 to 3 PM. Driving in the wrong direction endangers the safety of pedestrians. Police take notice.

6) Drop Off Procedures

  • Supervision is provided in Morning Gym and Breakfast starting at 7:15 AM. Please do not bring your child to school before that time.
  • All families/visitors must report directly to the school office. The office personnel will provide assistance in order to keep classroom interruptions to a minimum.

7) Attendance

  • Only students may enter the school through the main entrance located at the front of the school on Brookline St. from 7:45 to 8 AM. The doors will be locked at 8:00 A.M. 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 be monitored by their School Counselor  and may receive detention. Regular attendance to school is critical to academic achievement. Students who are ABSENT 4 or more days in a marking period will have their grades penalized for all their classes for the quarter.   Contact the school if you need assistance with attendance.  We are here to help!
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.

TMMS Clubs and Sports

Check Here For All Activity Postings
For The 2021/2022 School Year!
ASL Will Not Meet The Following Tuesdays:
October 12, November 9 and December 7, 2021
January 11, February 8, March 8, April 12, May 10 and June 7, 2022.

Clubs That Meet On Wednesdays Will Not Meet On These Dates:
October 27, November 10 and December 15, 2021
January 26, March 9, March 23, April 27, May 25 and June 8, 2022
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Download Our 2021-2022 Clubs and Extra Curricular Activites Listing
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Baseball and Softball Schedule For September and October 2021
Cross Country Schedule For September and October 2021
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DREAM MORE - FREE AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM

Discover fun, new activities with a caring community of friends and mentors!
Program Starts Monday, October 4th
Available to Lynn Middle School Students
Four Afternoons Each Week: Monday through Thursday,
2:30 until 5:15 PM at the Thurgood Marshall Middle School.

Transportation home available if needed. Snacks provided!

PROGRAM OFFERINGS:
Engineering and Technology, Art, Entrepreneurship, Drama, Homework Support, Games and Open Gym Time

REGISTER ONLINE HERE!

DOWNLOAD THE DREAM MORE FLIER - English and Spanish
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MUSTANG’S MORNING GYM PROGAM
Morning Gym begins at 7:15 AM every school day
and ends at 7:45 AM with two staff members supervising.

This program is an opportunity for students to get some physical activity in before their academic day begins.

*Students enter through the C10 door located on the left side of the building in the back corner. (Signs will be posted)

*All students must be active either playing basketball or walking.
*There will be a Covid Contact sign in sheet

*All school rules apply.

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FALL ATHLETIC PROGRAMS
We are kicking off our Fall Athletic Programs for our students starting next week.

Sign-ups will be Thursday, September 9th and Friday, September 10th.
 These teams will compete against other schools and receive uniforms as well as a bus to travel to their scheduled meets and games. 

  All programs will begin afterschool and Coaches will give their players a practice and game schedule with the location and times. I will also post the schedules on this web site so that parents, guardians, know the time the practices will end and the locations of games/meets.

 We Will Follow Covid Safety Protocols.
Masks required while inside or traveling on a bus.
If you have any questions, please email me and I will get back to you as soon as I can. 

Thank you and stay safe!
Ms. Fila     
filaal@lynnschools.org 

Fall Sports Sign-Ups Begin Thursday, September 9th
for the following teams.

BASEBALL - SOFTBALL - CROSS COUNTRY TRACK

 
Welcome To The TMMS Honor Roll Page!

Visit Our Honor Roll Archive for the complete 2020-2021 School Year

TMMS Honor Roll - 2nd Quarter

TMMS Grade 6 Honor Roll Video - 1st Quarter

TMMS Grade 7 Honor Roll Video - 1st Quarter

TMMS Grade 8 Honor Roll Video - 1st Quarter

Because We Dreamed It

Dear Friends at Thurgood Marshall Middle School,

Whatever happens to us, we will be grow and become more whole. I am a friend of your principal, an author of children's books, and also someone who has lived with terminal cancer for ten years. If anyone has reason to hope, it is me. I want to pass this hope onto you.

I also want to hear your hope. I hope this brings you a smile and an extra dose of positive energy which you very much deserve. If you were going to add to this meditation, what would your affirmation be?

Love and xo
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because we dreamed it
it came true
jani johe webster

Here’s a four minute meditation video with these words:

Meditation to Greet the Day
This meditation is designed to replenish, renew and uplift. As part of a pathway to greater peace, this 4 minute video can be viewed on a daily basis. With soothing music, radiant photographs of nature, and positive affirmations, this video is created to bring peace, hope, and love. With very special thanks to Suzanne Webb for the contribution.

Past Announcements

1
We Are Excited To Welcome Our Students To School!
Remember…..

Grade 6 /COACh/Life Skills Students
Start Tuesday; September 7th at 7:45 AM


Grade 6 Students will enter building for this day only based on their first name.  From there they will be brought to their homerooms.

See Door Diagram Below
Download Our Grade 6 Welcome Letter Here!

Grades 7 and 8 Start Wednesday; September 8th at 7:45 AM

Grade 06 Students will enter building for this day only based on their first name.  From there they will be brought to their homerooms.

Download Our Grades 7 and 8 Welcome Letter Here!
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Posted by Lynn Public Schools on Monday, June 21, 2021
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𝗧𝗵𝘂𝗿𝗴𝗼𝗼𝗱 𝗠𝗮𝗿𝘀𝗵𝗮𝗹𝗹 𝗠𝗶𝗱𝗱𝗹𝗲 𝗦𝗰𝗵𝗼𝗼𝗹'𝘀 𝟮𝟬𝟮𝟭 𝗚𝗿𝗮𝗱𝘂𝗮𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻 𝗩𝗶𝗱𝗲𝗼! https://youtu.be/ozrAh_6dvxo

Posted by Lynn Public Schools on Monday, June 14, 2021
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𝙏𝙈𝙈𝙎 𝙉𝙚𝙬 𝙎𝙩𝙪𝙙𝙚𝙣𝙩 𝙊𝙧𝙞𝙚𝙣𝙩𝙖𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣 - 𝙎𝙥𝙧𝙞𝙣𝙜 2021 https://youtu.be/lNQ1pxmhRv8

Posted by Lynn Public Schools on Friday, June 4, 2021
5 TMMS - Past Open Houses and Orientation Information
TMMS Night of Excellence

Watch Our March 24th Open House Presentation - English
Watch Our March 24th Open House Presentation - Spanish

WATCH VIDEO IN ENGLISH - WATCH VIDEO IN SPANISH
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Take A Tour
Of TMMS!
Meet The D.R.E.A.M Team
At Thurgood Marshall Middle School!
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TMMS Town Hall Kick Off Video for Orientation
Watch Our Kick Off Video Here!
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DOWNLOAD OUR NEW PRESENTATION HERE!
- August 28, 2020
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Helpful Basics to Start Our Year at TMMS - All Grades

Check Your Students Progress and Attendance - January 2021

There are two platforms for families and home partners to check student progress and attendance: Home Access Center (HAC) and Schoology.

Please see directions below. Contact the school guidance counselor or your student's homeroom teacher by email if you need assistance. Emails can be found above or in our "Staff Directory".

Home Access Center
Username and Password Needed
View attendance, progress reports, report cards

See "Tech Support" tab above for directions.

Schoology
Access Code Needed
See day to day assignments and classwork

This account will allow you to see the work your child has submitted, discussions they have participated in, school updates, and also provides the ability to message staff at the school. Multiple children can be added to one parent account. The following are videos (Part 1 and Part 2) showing how to set up your account and take advantage of all the "Schoology" features available to you.

Parent Access Instructions For Schoology - January 2021

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Additional Video Information and Support

PARENT ACCESS - PART ONE
LPS Parent Access Video - Part 1 - English
LPS Parent Access Video - Part 1 - Spanish

PARENT ACCESS - PART TWO
LPS Parent Access Video - Part 2 - English
LPS Parent Access Video - Part 2 - Spanish

Parents How To Register and View Your Child's Activity:
Download the Step by Step Instructions Here. (English and Spanish)

How To Set Up Your New Laptop - English Version
Cómo configurar su nueva computadora portátil - Versión en español

Additional "Schoology" How To Videos Have Been Posted!
Visit Our Technology Page Here!

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How To Access The "Home Access Center" (HAC)



All HAC username and access code information for middle schools has been sent  to both students and parents.
•  Any student who has not yet logged into HAC this school year will get an email to their lynnschools.org address with a new access code.
•  Any parent who did not already have one should get an username and access code sent to their email if we have an email address for them in eSchool.
•  If you don’t have/receive an Access Code or need help - call or email your Guidance Counselor at TMMS
•  Grade 6 - Blanca Rosa  RosaB@lynnschools.org
•  Grade 7 - John Gore  GoreJ@lynnschools.org
•  Grade 8 - Colleen McGuinness  McguinnessC@lynnschools.org

Students
•  You have access to the Lynn Public Schools Home Access Center (HAC)
•  This is the portal you will use to view both your Interim Progress Report and Report Card.
•  Click on the link below and register with the Access Code provided and your birthdate. Birthday format should be MM/DD/YYYY.

Students Click Here To Log Onto HAC


•  Your username is STU plus your Student ID. For example STU123456.
•  You will be prompted to change your password and set up two security questions.
•  To look at your Progress Report on Friday, October 23, 2020 after 3pm, click on the Grades button.

Parents
•  You have access to the Lynn Public Schools Home Access Center (HAC) for your student.
•  This is the portal you will use for Grade Reporting including both Interim Progress Reporting and Report Cards.
•  Click on the link below and register with the Access Code provided, and your student’s birthdate. Birthday format should be MM/DD/YYYY.

Parents Click Here To Log Onto HAC

•  Your username
•  You will be prompted to change your password and set up two security questions.
•  To look at your student’s Progress Report on Friday, October 23, 2020 after 3pm, you can login and click on the Grades button.

Download These Instructions Here!

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Download These "Log on to School" Instructions

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  • Make sure to pick up your computer and practice logging on​
  • If you didn't pick a computer up yet you can pick one up at TMMS ​on these dates:
    • September 16th -September 22nd​
  • We will be using an online Learning Management System (LMS) called "Schoology"​
  • We will train you and help you with this!​
  • Set up an area in your home that can be your "Learning Station"​
  • Find an area that is private, quiet and comfortable- not your bed! 

In this area:

  • Set up your computer​
  • Have a copy of your schedule ​– you will get this from TMMS after September 16th
  • Have a charging area/outlet​ accessible for your computer
  • Paper/writing utensil​ (pen/pencil)

For those of you that want to purchase school supplies.  Here is a recommended list.  These supplies are not mandatory! 
School supplies to keep at your Learning Station:​

1.  5 Subject Notebook or 5 Single Subject Notebooks​
2.  Pens/Pencils​
3.  One Highlighter​
4.  5 Folders 

Download Our One Page TMMS Orientation Info Flyer

Now That You Have Your LPS Computer…
Join Us In The World of "Schoology"!
TMMS Online Learning Management System for this school year.
Watch Our Video On How To Log On

Students Will Access "Schoology" by logging onto:
https://lynnschools.schoology.com

Username: Student’s Email Address:
stu------@lynnschools.org (6 digit ID# follows stu)
VISIT OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR PHOTOS AND MORE!

https://www.facebook.com/LynnPublicSchools

Welcome To The Thurgood Marshall Middle School Website
2021-2022 New School Year

Welcome back to in person learning at TMMS for the school year 2021-2022! We are so excited to build our community partnership through the lens of our DREAM guiding principles, which guide our daily interactions in dignity, respect, effort, achievement and motivation. We believe that these five concepts create a warm, welcoming environment where we are committed to being caring and civic-minded individuals. Together we can build a school community that includes everyone, respects our differences, admires our qualities, and celebrates our unique talents.

School and family partnerships are central to improving academic achievement of our students. This year more than ever, we aspire to work with families to support our students' academic lives. We will do our best to help keep families informed and solicit feedback through surveys and conferences. Throughout the year our school website, school calendar, and newsletters will provide you with the most current information.

Our academic priorities are delivering effective instructional practices through authentic relationships and social emotional learning supports. Here are our commitments to you:

• We will engage in professional collaborative planning to develop and respond to formative assessments. We focus on 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 social emotional awareness. The goals for Advisory are to build personal relationships and to increase student agency by developing personal goals. Advisories are a supportive, non-academic setting where students can connect learning with life.

• The Principal will invite family members to the school once a quarter to build community, discuss school initiatives, offer feedback and share questions or concerns.

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

Sincerely,
Molly Cohen
Principal

¡Bienvenido de nuevo año académico en persona en TMMS para el año escolar 2021-2022! Estamos muy emocionados de construir nuestra asociación comunitaria a través del lente de nuestros principios rectores DREAM, que guían nuestras interacciones diarias con dignidad, respeto, esfuerzo, logros y motivación. Creemos que estos cinco conceptos crean un ambiente cálido y acogedor en el que nos comprometemos a ser individuos solidarios y cívicos. Juntos podemos construir una comunidad escolar que incluya a todos, respete nuestras diferencias, admire nuestras cualidades y celebre nuestros talentos únicos.

Las asociaciones entre la escuela y la familia son fundamentales para mejorar el rendimiento académico de nuestros estudiantes. Este año más que nunca, aspiramos a trabajar con las familias para apoyar la vida académica de nuestros estudiantes. Haremos todo lo posible para ayudar a mantener informadas a las familias y solicitar comentarios a través de encuestas y conferencias. A lo largo del año, nuestro sitio web, el calendario escolar y los boletines informativos de la escuela le proporcionarán la información más actualizada.

Nuestras prioridades académicas son brindar prácticas de instrucción efectivas a través de relaciones auténticas y apoyos de aprendizaje socioemocional. Estos son nuestros compromisos contigo:

• Participaremos en la planificación colaborativa profesional para desarrollar y responder a evaluaciones formativas. Nos enfocamos en promover habilidades de pensamiento de orden superior y crear diversas oportunidades de aprendizaje para que los estudiantes participen en tareas de aprendizaje rigurosas.
• Todo el personal implementará un plan de estudios de asesoramiento que incluye el establecimiento de metas personales, el compromiso con la responsabilidad social y la conciencia socioemocional. Los objetivos de Advisory son construir relaciones personales y aumentar la agencia de los estudiantes mediante el desarrollo de objetivos personales. Los avisos son un entorno no académico de apoyo donde los estudiantes pueden conectar el aprendizaje con la vida.

  • La Principal invitará a los miembros de la familia a la escuela una vez por trimestre para construir una comunidad, discutir iniciativas escolares, ofrecer comentarios y compartir preguntas o inquietudes.

Esperamos trabajar juntos para asegurarnos de que todos nuestros estudiantes alcancen su máximo potencial.


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
Additional Web Resources
and Social Media
Home Access Center
Our Facebook Page
Staff and Teacher List Current School Year
School Council Page Current School Year
School Improvement Plans 2019 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013
Student Handbooks Read Our Introductory Letter and Handbook
Department of Education Profiles and Report Cards
Our Mass DOE Profile DOE Profile, MCAS and Other Info
Our DOE Report Card Our Accountability Data
School Report Card Letter English Creole Khmer Portugese Spanish
  Link to School and District Report Cards
District MCAS Report Card MCAS Performance Report Card
District Report Card District Performance Report Card
Additional District Postings
LPS District Notices Additional Notices and Resources
Recording and Photographs Recording Remote Learning Lessons
 
Last Website Update: October 22, 2021 4:09 PM
 
School Staff and Teacher List For 2021-2022

Our School Staff List
Our Phone (781) 477-7360
Our Fax (781) 477-7355
Principal Molly Cohen
 
Vice Principal Stephanie Doucette
 
Vice Principal
John Pavia
 
Main Office Sandy Serven  
  Rosemary Provencher  
  Beth Whittier  
Adjustment Counselor Sara Fox-Ray  
Behaviorist Emily Packer  
Clinical Director Michelle L’Italen  
Department Heads Timothy Ferrari ELA
  Helena Diamond Math
  Courtney Tucker SPED
  Katie Driscoll  
Guidance Blanca Rosa EL / MLL
  Jon Gore Grade 8 - II Prohram
  Matthew Bollen Grade 7 / S.T.A.R
  Colleen McGuinness Grade 6 Life Skills / COACh
Hall Monitor Jame Hall  
Hearing Impaired Diane Lapierre  
Nursing Staff Lisa Dewan  
  Rachel DeWolf  
Occupational Therapy Tessa Caputo  
Parent Liaison Rosa Marte  
Psychologist Elisa Guzman  
Social Worker Stephanie Cote  
Special Education Chair Melissa Gagnon  
Speech Emma Dusenbury  
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Curriculum
ESL Coach Abigail Driscoll  
EL Math Coach Tiffany McFarlane  
EL Program Specialist Amy DeRosa  
 
Performing Arts
Strings Mona Rashad  
Band Michael Gruender  
 
Grade 6 Cluster 1 Cluster 2
Social Studies Carmen Lopez Samantha Nelson
ELA Jennifer Ciminio Julia Thorell
Math Larry Jia Kevin Whitehead
Science Dan Spheekas Kevin Small
Inclusion Mariah Thomas -
SPED Support Scott Sullo Lisa Newhall
 
Grade 7 Cluster 3 Cluster 4
Social Studies Frank Viera Victor Aleixo
ELA Jacqueline Dixon Casey Silot
Math Lori Egan Angela Snyder
Science Rawan Lovasco Nathan Bell
Inclusion Hayley Pertrozzolli Tanya Hawley
SPED Support Maureen Walker Mark D’Amico
 
Grade 8 Cluster 5 Cluster 6
Social Studies Luke Maus Jake Selinger
ELA Ashley Chalifour Angela Cahill
Math Rachel Euell Glenn Blakney
Science Josh Ellis Kristine Jordan
Inclusion Mara Hale Scott Cote
 
Grade 7 and Grade 8 Cluster 7 (Grades 7-8) Cluster 8 (Grade 7)
Social Studies Kristina DeRosa Kyle Sabourin
ELA Sarah McKenna Jillian Disabatino
Math Kent Vienot Steve Fallano
Science Alice Detrich Rachel Attridge
5th Major Irina Duchane (ESL) -
Inclusion - Sarah Correll
 
Grade 8 and Grade 6 Cluster 9 (Grade 8) Cluster 10 (Grade 6)
Social Studies Scott Levine Jared Rooks
ELA Jill Magner Brad Willenbrock
Math Alison Efstratios Laura Pitman
Science Matt Bollen Kyle Shurtleff
Inclusion Nikko Poulakidas Chloe Gladu
 
Multi-Grade and Grade 6 Cluster 11 (Multi-Grade) Cluster 12 (Grade 6)
Social Studies Justin Smith Matthew Plassmann
Mark D’Amico
ELA Lisa Newhall Carrie Sachetta
Maureen Walker
Math Meghan Qualters Judy Sweeney
Stephanie Edick
Science Scott Sullo Molly Cullen
HR - Leticia Carrasco-Toxey
(HR only)
Life Skills Jessica Gerardo -
STAR Melody Aquaro -
COAChI Christine Galvez -
COAChII Valerie Perham -
Inclusion Andrew Belliveau Katie Mader
 
Grade 7 Cluster 13  
Social Studies John Flannery  
ELA Jennifer Mahoney  
Math Kelly Towne  
Science Emily Dunleavy  
 
5th Major/Unified Arts - All Grades  
Maria Ramirez Cooking  
Kevin Martin Drafting  
Lori Conley Drama  
Lila Karanja Engineering  
David Polito Engineering/Manufacturing  
Lindsey Aylward ELA  
Christina DeJesus ELA  
Kaleyza Graves ELA  
Leigh Ann Meshay ELA - Reading  
Oliver Toomey ELA  
James Sheridan ESL  
Leticia Carrasco-Toxey Foreign Language - Spanish  
Abby Ross Foreign Language - Spanish  
Sara Nunez Foreign Language - Spanish  
Tom Conrad Gym  
Alisa Fila Gym  
Jay Ardizzoni Health  
Charlene Lysenka Health  
Janice Silva Math Grade 6  
Danielle Hilton Math Grade 8  
Jonathan Plouffe Music/Chorus  
Kathy Powers Read 180  
Joe Ford Science - Grades 7 and 8  
Paulette Bakis Sewing  
Allie Dunfee Sewing  
Lila Karanja Technology  
Tymond Tran Technology  
Reggie Douyon TV Media  
Joe Cook Visual Arts     
Jennica Pratt Visual Arts  
 
Paraprofessionals Building Substitutes  
Peggy Azaryoun Todd Burton  
Paula Buckless Alison Dunfee  
Brian Carlson    
Edison Benscome Carbello    
Linda Connolly    
Susan DeSimone    
Joe Jones    
Emmanuelle Njiba-Kanoni    
Nancy Khun    
Gizelle Mayne    
Malorry Merlin    
Kristen Noonan    
Paul Quinn    
Ivelisse Subervi    
Luisa Valenzuela    
     
Last Website Update: October 22, 2021 4:09 PM
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Welcome to the Marshall Middle School Council Webpage
School Council Members and Meetings - School Year 2021 -2022
Members Name School or Community Position
2021-2022 Members To Be Announced
Current Meeting Dates and Agenda Zoom Info/Meeting Minutes
October 14 2021 - 7 PM Via ZOOM (CLICK HERE TO JOIN MEETING)
Meeting ID: 820 3188 0975
Passcode: TMMSSC
Past Meeting Dates and Agenda Past Meeting Minutes
October 15, 2020 Meeting Minutes
December 10, 2020 Meeting Minutes
March 18, 2021 Meeting Minutes
March 12, 2020 Meeting Minutes
January 9, 2020 Meeting Minutes
October 24, 2019 Meeting Minutes
January 23, 2019 Meeting Minutes
March 12, 2019 Meeting Minutes
May 23, 2019 Meeting Minutes
November 15, 2018 Meeting Minutes
Welcome To Our School Council Meeting Minutes
   
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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.
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Recent Art, Photo and Video Facebook Postings
Posting Type Description Date
Video Our 2020 Virtual Graduation (Full Version) June 2020
Photos Marshall Music Sounds Great! February 2020
Photos Marshall Math Games! November 2019
Photos Moon Night At High Rock! October 2019
Photos TMMS Take Climate Action! October 2019
Photos Lynn Mural Tour! October 2019
Photos Summer COACh Program! September 2019
Photos TMMS Is Ready For The New School Year! September 2018
Photos TMMS Looks Back At Summer 2018! 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 TMMS Thanks High Rock Tower! July 2018
Photos GE, MIT Girls Program Kick-Off! July, 2018
 
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