Sunday, May 12, 2013
The following students were recognized by Middle School East.
Editor's Note: The following students at Middle School East were named to the Principal's List, or an Honorable Mention List. Principal's List recipients have achieved 90 percent or better in all subject areas with good conduct and effort. Honorable Mention List recipients have achieved 85 percent or better in all subject areas with good conduct and effort.. Principal's List Ciara Agnew, Larissa Arebalo, Victoria Beyer, Morgan Blaney, Carolyn Breen, Kaitlyn Brock, Allison Buckenmaier, Jillian Burley, Audrey Bushey, Caitlin Cafarella, Christina Capone, Stefani Chiarelli, Nicole Dahlgren, Isabella Denaro, Michelle Donato, Emily Duquette, Margaret Farrell, Kathryn France, Kristen Franzini, Ryan Goncalves, Ryan Gray, Christopher Hart, Blake …
Monday, February 18, 2013
Updated: the following students were recognized recently for achieving the Principal's List or for Honorable Mention, at Middle School East for the second term.
Monday, February 18
UPDATE: By popular request, we've added the Honorable Mention list. Editor's Note: the following names were provided by the Milford Public Schools. The students noted below achieved the Principal's list or Honorable Mention at Middle School East for the second term. The Principal's List designation is for students who have a 90 percent or above grade point average in all subject areas, and who have good conduct scores. The Honorable Mention list is for students who had an 85 percent or better in all subject areas and good conduct. Principal's List: Ciara Nicole Agnew, Kelsey Elizabeth Anderson, Alexandria Christina Atherton, Jacqueline Nicole Aubuchon, Samantha Megen Benhardt, Victoria Rose Beyer, Morgan Sheila Blaney, Allison Elaine …
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
The following students are on the Middle School East Principal's List, which is achieved by maintaining an overall average of 85 percent or better across every daily subject area, and satisfactory scores in both conduct and effort in all subjects.
Editor's Note: The following students were named to the third term Middle School East Principal's List, according to a press release by the Milford Public Schools. Kayla Antonellis Marissa Batista Diane Boisvert Pietro BonTempo Justin Borges Connor Bowers John Boyle Alexis Bratica Jovan Bryan Katherine Butler Jonathon Butts Megan Cafarella Brianna Capone Timothy Cassidy Lucia Cenedella Llesenia Collazo-Chamorro Michael Corinna Cecilia Costa Melissa Crawford Andrew Dague Julie Dam Chanell DaSilva Michael DaSilva Kyle Dean Michael Delgado Nathan DelTufo Ariana DeMarco Jack DeSantis Ani Dirazonian Rachel Dolan Teresa Facey Peter Fallon Adriana Fayad Thananny Fernandes Bernardo Ferreira Caitlin Flannery Christopher Flodstrom Victoria Flodstrom…
Thursday, January 26, 2012
Several students at Middle School East spoke about why they wore black and participated Wednesday in the statewide "No Name Calling Day," with its mission of stopping bullying.
Signing a pledge against bullying is one thing. Actually taking a stand, when it's difficult, to intervene and stop bullying, is another. Several students at Middle School East spoke this week about why they participated in the statewide No Name Calling Day, and about what standing up to bullying means to them.
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
The entire eighth grade at Middle School East participated Wednesday in a statewide observance of "No Name Calling Day" but with a twist: they were challenged to remain silent the entire day.
Wear black? Not a problem. Keep quiet all day? That's not so easy for eighth-graders. But Middle School East students tried hard to stick to the pledge Wednesday. The school put its own twist on a statewide observance of "No Name Calling Day" by challenging students — and teachers — to not speak all day. The statewide event, advocated for by Gov. Deval Patrick, had students wearing black clothing, to symbolize the theme "Black Out Bullying," and trying not to speak. At Middle School East, students asked questions on stickie notes, and teachers, in some cases, acted out their instructions. Most simply relied on their whiteboards. With the exception of lunch and recess, students didn't speak. At class-changes, the sound of feet, not voices, …
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
A promotion ceremony for the eighth-grade class was held Tuesday at Middle School East.
In nine short weeks, they will be high school freshmen. But on Tuesday, the students being promoted from Middle School East celebrated the final day of middle school, as an eighth-grade class. The ceremony, held at the school gymnasium, drew parents, siblings and members of the School Committee.