Tuesday, August 14, 2012
The eight inductees include athletes, administrators, coaches and the 1986 hockey team.
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
The following was provided by Judy Bass, communications specialist for Minuteman High School. Minuteman High School in Lexington is proud to announce its first inductees to its Hall of Fame. All have distinguished themselves for excellence, professionalism, service, and tireless dedication to Minuteman. They are Roger S. Eleftherakis, Dr. Ronald J. Fitzgerald, Beverly Lydiard, Sandy Lambrinos, Laura Ryan, Nick Papas, Alice MacInnis, and the 1986 hockey team. The inductees will be honored at a banquet on Saturday, Oct. 20 at Montvale Plaza in Stoneham. Anyone interested in attending the inaugural Minuteman Hall of Fame banquet can contact John Fusco at email@example.com. A little bit about each of the inductees: Roger S. Eleftherakis (…
Tuesday, November 8, 2011
Parents and School Committee members disagree on how to create the group.
Parents and School Committee members continue to disagree on the establishment of a new Arlington High School Athletics Advisory Committee. The committee would be a similar group to the one that last spring proposed slashing athletics in nearly half at the high school. As per policy, the advisory committee was dissolved after one year. "Joe (Curro) hasn't reached out or tried to include us when he came up with the motion," said Stephen Harrington, a member of the previous Athletics Advisory Committee. "The criteria is not at all inclusive." The motion that Curro put forth at the last School Committee meeting states that the only parents eligible to sit on the advisory committee would be those who have children at the high school, an issue …
Thursday, October 20, 2011
Principal says administrators are seeking solutions but they may be costly.
Administrators at Arlington High School are considering changing locks and installing security cameras near athletics locker rooms, after several football players on Friday had their belongings stolen while they were at an away game. The issue comes after several parents said this is not the first or second time student athletes are victims of theft from school locker rooms. This time, police said students had phones, wallets, money and other electronic devices stolen. Principal Mary Villano acknowledged the problem has happened in the past. “We have so many doors and so many groups using the school, it’s very hard to control who’s coming in and out of the building,” the principal added. “We do the best we can, but it’s difficult to …
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
“This not the first, second or even third time that this has happened,” said one parent.
Parents of Arlington High School football players are demanding answers and action from school officials, after several players were victims of theft from their lockers while they were at an away game on Friday. According to the police report, student athletes returned from a game against Woburn High School about 10 p.m. on Friday to discover iPods, wallets, money and other items had been stolen while they were out. Several lockers were missing locks, except for one that was found half cut, according to the report. Several parents told Arlington Patch this is not the first time students are victims of theft from the school’s locker room. One of them, John Jacey, wrote an email to Superintendent Kathleen Bodie, Principal Mary Villano and …