Monday, June 3, 2013
Algonquin seniors flipped their tassels on Sunday.
Monday, June 3
Congratulations to the Class of 2013, graduating from Algonquin Regional High School on Sunday. Please click "contribute" to add your shots from the event. We'd even enjoy some after graduation party shots. Here are your graduates: John Christopher Adamczyk, Andy Alan Aguirre, Corrine Noel Ahrabi-Nejad, Holly Anne Alessi, Mustafa Ali, Emily Elizabeth Alkhatib, Jamie Alissa Altman, Clara Lillian Anderson, Chloe Jean Andre, Michael Nuno Araujo, Emily Marie Arnold, Francis Eugene Arnold, Ryan Anthony Arsenault, Justin Richard Averback, David Benjamin Azzariti, Sarah Elizabeth Babcock, Andrea Lyn Bacon, Katherine Elizabeth Bakkala, Joseph Paul Baptiste, Emma Catherine Barker, Matthew Edward Barnes, Amy Catherine Barton, James Morton Basteri, …
Monday, February 4, 2013
Here are this month's notes on the latest and greatest happenings at the high school.
Information courtesy of Algonquin Regional High School Principal Tom Mead Tri-M welcomed 30 new ARHS students: On Jan. 8, the Algonquin chapter of the TRI-M Music Honor Society inducted 30 new members into the organization. The honored guest was Mitch Gordon, an accomplished conductor, percussionist, fund-raiser, and professional mediator. The evening concluded with inductee performances, and punch. Amy Collins and Kathrine Waters are advisors to the TRI-M. Congratulations to the following students, who were selected after an extensive audition process, to participate in the 2013 All-State Music Festival. These students will perform with other talented students from across Massachusetts at Symphony Hall in Boston on March 2: Scott Abrams, …
Thursday, June 28, 2012
Lunch prices will go up slightly next school year at Algonquin.
Echoing the vote of the Northborough School Committee on school lunch prices for Northborough public schools, the Regional School Committee also voted in favor of the increase for Algonquin Regional High School. The next school year, Northborough's school lunches will increase slightly, the first increase since February of 2009. Based on conversations between Maura Feeley, food service director, and Superintendent of Schools Charles Gobron, prices for student, staff, milk and deli prices will increase for the 2012-2013 school year. Presently, the prices are: $2.50 student lunch; $3.25 staff lunch, $.50 milk; and $2.75 for the deli. According to a letter addressed to The Northborough School Committee, due to increases in food costs, …
Thursday, June 14, 2012
The Northborough School Committee approved a lunch increase
The next school year, Northborough's school lunches will increase slightly, the first increase since February of 2009. Based on conversations between Maura Feeley, food service director, and Superintendent of Schools Charles Gobron, prices for student, staff, milk and deli prices will increase for the 2012-2013 school year. Presently, the prices are: $2.50 student lunch; $3.25 staff lunch, $.50 milk; and $2.75 for the deli. According to a letter addressed to The Northborough School Committee, due to increases in food costs, materials and labor, recommendations were made. Student lunches will be $2.75, staff lunches $3.50, $.50 for milk and $3 for the deli. "It is important te note that the last lunch price increases were in March 2004 and …
Thursday, April 26, 2012
Students from Algonquin Regional High School were among the winners of this annual contest. "Freckles" gets first in photography.
Thursday, April 26, 2012
Congressman Jim McGovern, D-Massachusetts, announced that Isabel Rummelhoff, a student at Holliston High School, has won the 2012 Congressional Art Competition for Massachusetts' Third Congressional District for her piece "Derp." Students from Algonquin Regional High School also won in several of the categories (see below). “Derp” will hang in the United States Capitol for the next year, alongside other winning artwork from throughout the country.Rummelhoff will attend an unveiling ceremony at the Capitol with Congressman McGovern and other winning entrants from around the nation later this year. “Every year, I am staggered by the quality of art being produced by high school students in my district,” said Congressman McGovern. Their work …
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
More than ten students students from Algonquin Regional High School were honored with several Scholastic Art Awards, including Gold Keys.
Each year, school across the state submit works from their students to the reviewers and art critics at the Boston Globe for its Scholastic Art Awards. This year, many took away honors, and a few took away silver and gold keys. "Just about every high school competes," said ARHS Principal Tom Mead, "so just getting a mention there is nice. With a mere three art teachers we produce some very fine art." Michelle Sheppard, art teacher at ARHS, said that students have been entered in this contest for more than 20 years. The biggest contest of its kind in the state, it's a rich tradition that Sheppard herself participating in as a high school student attending Wachusett Regional in the '90s. "Compared to Wachusett or Shrewsbury," said Sheppard…
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
ARHS logs in a win against Nashoba.
On Wednesday night, Algonquin Regional High School's wrestling team beat Nashoba Valley High School, 43-31.
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
The ARHS 2011 boys lacrosse team received their Central Massachusetts Championship plaques.
During halftime of the game on Saturday, Oct. 8, of Algonquin versus Hudson, the 2011 Algonquin Boys Varsity Lacrosse team stepped up to receive their plaques for last season's Central Massachusetts Championship. The boys finished up with a 20-5 record for the season, and defeated St. John's in the Central Massachusetts District Final, making the team the first Central Massachusetts public school to advance to the Division 2 State Finals. The boys in this program gave new meaning to the phrase 'cardiac kids,' winning two overtime games (11-10 vs. Grafton in the district semi-final and 10-9 vs. St. Johns in the district final) to earn the 2011 district title," said Head Coach Rich Luongo in a speech at the ceremony. "They also won a third …
Thursday, September 29, 2011
Algonquin boys defeated Milford 3-0 in soccer, and Tyler Morin scored twice.
The Algonquin Boys Soccer team went on the road Tuesday, beating Mid-Wach A rival Milford 3-0. Freshman Tyler Morin scored two goals for the Tomahawks.