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2010 Westborough High Graduation to move indoors at EMC in Southborough

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Thursday, 03 June 2010 09:55
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Graduation Location change
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WESTBOROUGH HIGH SCHOOL <email@blackboardconnect.com> Thu, Jun 3, 2010 at 10:43 AM
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Good morning,
This is John Smith , the Principal of Westborough High School. I wanted to pass along some very important information to graduating seniors and their parents. After considerable deliberation and viewing of several weather forecasts , we have decided to move the graduation ceremony to EMC in Southborough MA. The forecast is calling for a 70 % chance of rain with thunderstorms and gusts of wind upto 25 miles per hour. FOr the sake of keeping people safe and dry and to protect the expensive video and audio equipment that is used during graduation we will move to the indoor location. It is disappointing for students however it is necessary. The EMC facility holds over 3500 people therefore there will be no tickets nor any restrictions on the number of people who can attend. Directions to EMC are available in the main office of the high school and were also on the letter sent to parents outlining the upcoming senior events. Directions will also be available at baccalaureate, the senior breakfast as well as graduation rehearsal on Friday at 7;30 AM. Handicap accessibility is also available . Thank you for your understanding.
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A message from WESTBOROUGH HIGH SCHOOL

Good morning,

This is John Smith , the Principal of Westborough High School. I wanted to pass along some very important information to graduating seniors and their parents. After considerable deliberation and viewing of several weather forecasts , we have decided to move the graduation ceremony to EMC in Southborough MA. The forecast is calling for a 70 % chance of rain with thunderstorms and gusts of wind upto 25 miles per hour. For the sake of keeping people safe and dry and to protect the expensive video and audio equipment that is used during graduation we will move to the indoor location. It is disappointing for students however it is necessary.

The EMC facility holds over 3500 people therefore there will be no tickets nor any restrictions on the number of people who can attend. Directions to EMC are available in the main office of the high school and were also on the letter sent to parents outlining the upcoming senior events. Directions will also be available at baccalaureate, the senior breakfast as well as graduation rehearsal on Friday at 7;30 AM. Handicap accessibility is also available . Thank you for your understanding.

[The above message received  Thu, Jun 3, 2010 at 10:43 AM -- webmaster.  Additional info below]

Directions to EMC in Southborough:

EMC Corporation
21 Coslin Drive
Southborough, MA

Telephone #508-435-1000

From North or South:

Take - I-495 (toward Westborough)
Take – Exit 23A, Rte. 9 East
Take – Second right onto Coslin Drive

From the East or West

Take - Mass. Pike to I-495 North
Take - Exit 23 A, Rte. 9 East
Take - Second right onto Coslin Drive

 

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Bullying, Cyber-Bullying, and Teen Depression: Presentation for Adults, June 2, 2010

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Wednesday, 02 June 2010 06:31
Hello,
I would like to remind you that you are invited to attend an adult only presentation on Bullying, Cyberbullying and Teen Depression at the Mill Pond School, 6 Olde Hickory Path, on Wednesday, June 2nd at 7:00 PM.
This is a 60 minute presentation with a question and answer period following.
John Halligan is a national speaker who lost his son to suicide in 2003 as a result of being cyberbullied.
Parents will be provided with strategies to take preventative action.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
Thank you.
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Hello,

I would like to remind you that you are invited to attend an adult only presentation on Bullying, Cyberbullying and Teen Depression at the Mill Pond School, 6 Olde Hickory Path, on Wednesday, June 2nd at 7:00 PM.  This is a 60 minute presentation with a question and answer period following.

John Halligan is a national speaker who lost his son to suicide in 2003 as a result of being cyberbullied. 

Parents will be provided with strategies to take preventative action.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions.

Thank you. Kathy Martin (508-836-7724, kmartin@westborough.k12.ma.us)

[A message from Westborough Public Schools, received 7:02 pm Tue Jun 1, 2010, with the subject "John Halligan Presentation June 2".  Additional formatting and phone number added.  Here is a flyer with additional information, from the school site. -- webmaster]


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Please Help with Project Graduation, esp. Chaperones

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Tuesday, 18 May 2010 07:38
A message from WESTBOROUGH HIGH SCHOOL
Good morning Westborough parents, I am sending this request on behalf of parents coordinating Project graduation..
.Dough Raiser at Uno May 21, The proceeds from this event will go to Project Graduation. Uno's will accept coupons( available in the main office of the high school) for lunch and dinner as well as for dining inside or take out orders.
2. Reminder to all senior parents to hand in the 5x7 copies of a baby and current picture of their senior, complete and hand in the Project Graduation Poster (poster board size), laminated (optional) to the WHS office by May 21. Any questions can be directed to Carolyn Vancini (cvancini@aol.com) or Susan Stoddard (relicsamongruins@yahoo.com)
3.Project Graduation Chaperone Request
ATTENTION JUNIOR PARENTS!! ATTENTION PARENTS OF ALL GRADES!!
Project Graduation is less than a month away and is in need of chaperones!!
Please consider volunteering for one of the several shifts available for this wonderful event.
Anyone needing information, and how to sign-up, please contact one of the chairpersons:
Wendy Kelley: wendyskelley@aol.com

A message from WESTBOROUGH HIGH SCHOOL

Good morning Westborough parents, I am sending this request on behalf of parents coordinating Project graduation..

1. Dough Raiser at Uno May 21, The proceeds from this event will go to Project Graduation. Uno's will accept coupons( available in the main office of the high school) for lunch and dinner as well as for dining inside or take out orders.

2. Reminder to all senior parents to hand in the 5x7 copies of a baby and current picture of their senior, complete and hand in the Project Graduation Poster (poster board size), laminated (optional) to the WHS office by May 21. Any questions can be directed to Carolyn Vancini (cvancini@aol.com) or Susan Stoddard (relicsamongruins@yahoo.com)

3. Project Graduation Chaperone Request

ATTENTION JUNIOR PARENTS!! ATTENTION PARENTS OF ALL GRADES!!

Project Graduation is less than a month away [the night of June 5, 10pm - 5am] and is in need of chaperones!!
Please consider volunteering for one of the several shifts available for this wonderful event.
Anyone needing information, and how to sign-up, please contact one of the chairpersons:

Amanda Morin: missamanda5@verizon.net
Wendy Kelley: wendyskelley@aol.com

[A message from Westborough Public Schools, received at 8:33 am Tue May 18, 2010, with the subject "Project graduation".  Additional highlighting added. -- webmaster]

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First Annual High School Pops Concert and Fine Arts Showcase - Thu Apr 29, 2010

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Tuesday, 27 April 2010 11:47
A message from WESTBOROUGH HIGH SCHOOL
This coming Thursday, April 29, the Westborough High School Fine Arts Department will be presenting its first annual Pops Concert and Fine Arts Showcase fundraiser in conjunction with the Westborough Music Parents Association. Please come help support Westborough Fine Arts program by joining us for a fun-filled evening showcasing our talented young adults. The evening will feature the high school’s music ensembles, theatre arts ensemble, a visual arts gallery, a silent auction and refreshments. There will be shows at both 6 and 8 pm. Tickets for adults are $10 for adults and $5 for students and can be purchased in advance using the form that was sent home with your fine arts student or that can be picked up in the WHS office. Tickets will also be available at the door on a first-come, first served basis, with limited availability!
Thank you in advance for your support of WMPA.
Sincerely,
Terry Gavin
WMPA, President

A message from WESTBOROUGH HIGH SCHOOL

This coming Thursday, April 29, the Westborough High School Fine Arts Department will be presenting its first annual Pops Concert and Fine Arts Showcase fundraiser in conjunction with the Westborough Music Parents Association.

Please come help support Westborough Fine Arts program by joining us for a fun-filled evening showcasing our talented young adults. The evening will feature the high school’s music ensembles, theatre arts ensemble, a visual arts gallery, a silent auction and refreshments.

There will be shows at both 6 and 8 pm.

Tickets for adults are $10 for adults and $5 for students and can be purchased in advance using the form that was sent home with your fine arts student or that can be picked up in the WHS office. Tickets will also be available at the door on a first-come, first served basis, with limited availability! 

Thank you in advance for your support of WMPA.

Sincerely,

Terry Gavin
WMPA, President

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Police ask for info regarding 'suspicious activity' or similar incidents

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Wednesday, 07 April 2010 20:05

[The following is a message from Westborough Public Schools, received at 7:50 pm Wed Apr 07, 2010, with the subject "Suspicious Activity 4/7/10" -- webmaster]

Good Evening,

We are calling for the Westborough Police Department to inform you of a suspicious incident that occurred at approximately 5:45 PM at the corner of Adams Street and Mountain View Drive. A fourteen year old girl, who was walking her dog, was approached by a black midsized sedan with tinted windows. The operator of the vehicle was described as being approximately 30 years old, bald, with a goatee, wearing a white tee shirt. He pulled up to the girl, told her that he was lost and needed directions. He asked for her name and then asked her to get in his vehicle to help him locate his friend's house. She backed away from the vehicle. At the same time, another vehicle approached the area, the driver of the black sedan turned around and left the area on Adams Street towards Ruggles Street.

If you have any information regarding this incident or if you are aware of similar incidents please contact the Westborough Police Department at 508-366-3060.

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