Principal's Blog

  • Underclassman Awards

    Posted by Peter Delani on 6/7/2019 3:15:00 PM

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    This morning, each academic department presented awards for achievement or effort. 

    College book awards were presented to juniors by the Director of Guidance.

    The list of 9 & 10th grade award winners is HERE. The 11th grade list is HERE.

    Congratulations to all!

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  • 2019-2020 Peer Leaders

    Posted by Peter Delani on 6/7/2019 10:15:00 AM

     From our Peer Leading Advisors, Ms. Almeida and Mr. Batcheller;

    The Peer Leading Program is happy to announce the new Peer Leaders for the 2019-2020 school year. Today marks our first event as a new group, and the energy and dedication is already through the roof! We are looking forward to another year of team building; continuing to foster a positive and collaborative culture between, students, teachers, and staff; and we are really excited to make long lasting impacts on the Class of 2023 that they will carry throughout their Masconomet High School careers and hopefully beyond!

    List of Peer Leaders 2019-2020


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  • Credit For Life Fair

    Posted by Peter Delani on 5/23/2019 2:30:00 PM

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    On Tuesday, May 21, almost 160 Masco juniors took part in the 9th annual Credit For Life Fair at Masconomet High School with 11 other area high schools and close to 1,000 other students.  During the day students simulated the life of a 25 year old professional learning the ins and outs of how to manage their budget for a month as they explored expenses ranging from housing, transportation, health and wellness and other unexpected life events.  Students were given salaries, credit scores and in many cases a credit card spending limit.  This was a great opportunity for students to gain perspective on the household expenses they will one day have to plan for and making valuable decisions about their needs vs. wants.  Many thanks to the Institution for Savings for bringing this event to our students.

    See the Channel 5 News report here:

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  • Color Run

    Posted by Pete Delani on 5/20/2019 12:30:00 PM

    On Friday, students from the Tri-Town community came to the Masconomet campus to participate in the inaugural community Color Run. Over 130 students participated in the one mile route around the perimeter of the Masconomet campus. The event was sponsored by the high school Student Council and supported by Topsfield Bake Shop and the Tri-Town Council. Thank you to all the schools and students who participated in a great experience.

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  • 6th Grade Fun Night

    Posted by Peter Delani on 5/20/2019 10:45:00 AM

    TTC’s 6th Grade Fun Night - welcoming the class of 2025 to Masco - was a HUGE success thanks to the fabulous Masco MS and HS youth leaders!  They did an awesome job running small groups and station activities.  Their enthusiasm, commitment and leadership is appreciated!  Thank you to the Masco baseball team for showing their support and assisting the youth leaders.  


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  • DI Signing

    Posted by Peter Delani on 5/15/2019 3:45:00 PM

    Dylan Ursino recently signed a letter of intent to attend UMaine-Orono inthe fall.

    He will compete on their Division I Track and Field team.


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  • Top Scholars Honored

    Posted by Peter Delani on 5/14/2019 11:50:00 AM

    The Northshore Chamber of Commerce is honoring top scholars fromt northshore schools at their annual Honor Scholars Recognition Dinner.  All students honored by the chamber are in the top 5% of their graduating class. Masconomet seniors being recognized are (in alphabetical order): Darren Cryan, Benjamin Demers, Matthew Dzwil, James Gallagher, Rachel Gronberg, Samantha Jackson, Daphne Jennings, Brianna Kelly, Joseph Perkins, Jenna Sutherland, Jay Theriault, Timothy Volchok, Sophie Weaver, and Haolan Zhan.


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  • All About Senior Week

    Posted by Peter Delani on 5/13/2019 8:45:00 AM


    As Senior Week approaches, below is a list of helpful information to answer parents’ questions.

    1. Rehearsals & Caps and Gowns:
    • Scheduled every day from Tuesday, May 28, 2019 through Friday, May 31, 2019 from 8:00 am until 12:00 pm. An exception to this time period is on Tuesday, May 28, 2019, students are to be in their original homeroom by 7:35 am for distribution of caps and gowns.
    • Caps and Gowns may not be personally decorated or altered.
    • Gowns should be neat before public appearance. Do not expose gowns to water; the color may bleed.
    • All outstanding obligations must be paid prior to receipt of caps and gowns.
    • Student attendance at all rehearsals is mandatory. Students who are absent may be denied the opportunity to participate in Senior Week activities. Please plan your schedule accordingly. If extenuating circumstances exist, see Mrs. Deorocki or Mrs. DiNardo.
    1. Events: All events begin promptly at 6:30 pm
    2. Baccalaureate: Tuesday, May 28, 2019.   Although optional for graduates, you do not want to miss this event.
    • This event showcases the talent of the Class of 2019. Both soloists and chorale perform; there are student speeches and a guest speaker
    • Takes place in the auditorium
    • Seniors must arrive in the gym at 6:00 pm to prepare
    • Student attire: No caps or gowns; students are required to wear semi-formal attire (Yes - dresses, skirts or ties and shirts with collars with long pants, shoes; No - jeans, shorts, polo shirts, sneakers, flip flops, et cetera) Students who do not adhere to the dress code will be sent home to change and are at risk of not being included in the program
    1. Class Night: Wednesday, May 29, 2019. Mandatory attendance for all graduates
    • Class Night is a celebration of Class of 2019’s achievements with presentations of scholarships and awards along with a series of speeches
    • Takes place in the field house;
    • Seniors must report to homerooms by 5:30 pm
    • Student attire: Gowns ONLY + Students are required to wear semi-formal attire underneath their gowns. (Yes - dresses, skirts or ties and shirts with collars with long pants, shoes; No - jeans, shorts, polo shirts, sneakers, flip flops, et cetera) Students who do not adhere to the dress code will be sent home to change and are at risk of not being included in the programs
    • Doors open for guests at 6:00 pm –NO TICKETS required – Parents, families, and friends are encouraged to attend
    1. Graduation: Friday, May 31, 2019        Mandatory attendance for all graduates
    • This is it! The main event! This is an extremely meaningful evening, marking the end of years of hard work and success at Masconomet for your loved one
    • Takes place in the Field House
    • Please remind your graduate that they are expected to behave in a mature fashion, consistent with the serious purpose of this evening. We want them to be proud of themselves and we want to be proud of the Class of 2019 as they move on to their next adventures
    • Seniors must report to homerooms by 5:30 pm
    • Tickets are required for seating in the Field House. Doors will open at 5:45 pm.
    • Each senior class member will receive five (5) tickets on Thursday May 30, 2019 at rehearsal.
    • If you don’t need all your tickets, share them with a classmate or return them to Mrs. Deorocki.
    • Additional, non-ticketed, seating with a live feed of graduation will be available in the Auditorium.
    • Dress Code - Full regalia - Caps, gowns and stoles + Students are required to wear semi-formal attire underneath their gowns. (Yes - dresses, skirts or ties and shirts with collars with long pants, shoes; No - jeans, shorts, polo shirts, sneakers, flip flops, et cetera) Students who do not adhere to the dress code will be sent home to change and are at risk of not being included in the programs
    • Immediately after Graduation, graduates must return to their homerooms. Diplomas will be issued at this time. Graduates will prepare for the All-Night Party.
    • The All-Night Party is organized by the Tri-Town Council. Please see the following website for details:
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  • DECA at International Conference in Orlando

    Posted by Peter Delani on 5/10/2019 3:10:00 PM

    From April 26th through May 1st, 8 Masconomet DECA students; Jessica Bermudez, Sydney Brooke, Matt Gillespie, Nick Walker, Dannielle Tremblay, Michael Baker, Micayla Cameron and Morgan Brooke, represented Massachusetts at the DECA International Career Development Conference in Orlando, Florida.  Students competed and networked with 22,000 students from around the country.  It was a memorable business experience and caps off a very successful year for Masco DECA.

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  • Praise for Li Ai

    Posted by Peter Delani on 5/7/2019 1:10:00 PM

    Masconomet High School Chinese Teacher Li Ai received the following public accolade from a Masco parent;

    “Shout out to Li Ai and the foreign language department. My son studied Chinese from 7th-12th grade. When he took his college placement test for Bryant he was placed in a class with only 4 other students. He recently received an award in the language program and has decided to major in International business with a concentration in Chinese. He credits Li Ai for his interest and success in the Chinese language and culture. THANK YOU MASCO!”


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  • Learning Is Life

    The Masconomet High School community believes that learning enables us all to achieve ambitious personal goals, develop fine minds, and build strong character.  Therefore, we foster the acquisition of attitudes, skills, and knowledge necessary for life-long learners to think critically in order to participate in a global society. 

    Upon graduation, students will have demonstrated that they have embraced this mission by meeting the academic, social and civic expectations.

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