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Principal's Office





Thomas Browne, Principal
Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School District
1050 Westminster Street
Fitchburg, MA 01420
Email:  browne-thomas@montytech.net
Phone: (978) 345-9200 Ext. 5205
 
From the Principal's Desk

Greetings to the Monty Tech Community!
 
Well, it is quite obvious that the start of the new year has brought the full effects of winter upon us as the month has opened with some challenging weather.  Please be aware that much goes into making the decision to cancel or delay school, and we try to keep safety as the first priority.  When wintry weather arrives, Superintendent Harrity is in regular discussion with her colleagues throughout the region in an effort to determine road conditions and transportation readiness.  Of course, these are difficult decisions, and we understand that individual families will make final decisions based on their circumstances.
 
In terms of upcoming events, VIP Session # 2 begins next week under the supervision of Kim Curry, our Director of Admissions, and John Bozicas, our Team Leader.  The participating sending districts for this session include Harvard, Holden, Lunenburg, Princeton, Sterling and Winchendon.  We look forward to welcoming these students, and we are sure that it will be a meaningful experience for all involved.
 
As always, parents and guardians should be aware that we will have no school on January 19th to honor Martin Luther King Day,
 
After the holiday, we will begin our mid-year exam schedule.  As was explained in a parent letter and call in December, the schedule has been adjusted slightly.  First, Sophomores and Seniors will still complete their exams during the week of January 20th.  Freshmen and Junior exams, however, have been moved to the week of January 26th.  This will allow these students to properly prepare for exams.  Families should be aware that if there is a snow day on an exam day, then all exams will simply be pushed back a day. Also, with this change, this means that the second term, and naturally the first semester, will now end on January 30th.  Students will transition to any new second semester classes starting on February 2nd.
 
To conclude, as the snow is falling outside my window, I wish all of our students good luck on their exams!!!
 
 
Tom Browne
Principal
 
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