Masconomet Middle School is committed to supporting each student’s academic, physical, emotional, and social development as a young adolescent. Our students are actively engaged in their own learning and personal growth. Students are provided challenging opportunities that demonstrate and apply their abilities to be creative, think critically, work collaboratively, and exhibit positive character while interacting in a global and technology-centric society.
THANK YOU MEF!
We are so elated and grateful to the Masconomet Education Foundation (MEF) for their support of our Middle School’s Science and STEM classes with $13,000 in new equipment. Our kids will be learning science and technology with hands-on projects ranging from Cellular Respiration, to DNA Testing, to Wave Amplitude. Additional equipment includes a centrifuge, Bunsen burners, an incubator, three electric composters, sound tubes, prisms, even a barometer! The students will be able to predict the weather, model Newton’s 3rd law of physics, refract light, and examine DNA. And the 8th Grade STEAM classes get their own 3D Printer! Much of this equipment will be in place by the end of this semester, so be sure to ask your kids about it!
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On January 21st a group of students representing the Masconomet Middle School STEM club attended the New England Regional Future City Competition in Boston. The program challenges students to think of problems that cities may face in the future and solve those problems. This year the challenge was focused around the power of public spaces. Masco’s own, Team Vanir placed 4th overall, took home the BSCES award for Best Health System, the BSCES award for Best Educational System, and the AECOM award for Most Innovative Infrastructure Design Concept.
Member of team Vanir pose with their city. From left to right Erika Ding, Lily Fishman, Matthew Aronson, Marc Gaudin, Leonardo Scaramozza, and William Scheirey.
Members of team Vanir pose with their award. From left to right William Scheirey, Marc Gaudin, Matthew Aronson, John Dimino, Erika Ding, Lily Fishman, Tracy Weener, Emily Winslow, and Leo Scaramozza.
Erika Ding, Lily Fishman, and Matthew Aronson speak with judges.
Members of team Sipapu pose with their city.
From left to right Sam Burnham, Joe Dox, and Trixie Delfino
Members of team Sipapu pose with their award. From left to right Samuel Evans, Sam Burnham, Liam Gillespie, Joe Dox, Ana Popescu, Trixie Delfino, Ada Yu, and Karina Patel