District News

We will keep you up to date on the important issues affecting our schools. We also post the accomplishments of our students and staff, share details about upcoming events, past activities, and much more. Check in often to see the latest announcements.

Barr Grant Announcement

TFHS has just received a $200,000 grant to develop innovative programs and approaches to help students better prepare for the world of work or higher education. The grant is called Powertown in the 21st Century and it is funded by the Barr Foundation and will be supported by the Collaborative for Educational Services. 

For more information on this grant, please read our grant recipient announcement in its entirety.

Snow Days

With winter soon upon us I wanted to inform you of a change in policy related to late-start-snow-days. One or two winters ago, we cancelled school on an early release (half) day when weather conditions could have allowed us to have a two-hour delay. The problem was that having a two-hour delay on a half day would have made very little sense, as students would have been at school for a very short time before turning around and going home.  

So, from now on, in the unlikely event that weather conditions call for a two-hour delay on one of our early release (half) days, we will hold classes through the afternoon and dismiss school at the typical time. For more information, please read Superintendent Michael Sullivan's letter in its entirety.

Charter School Expansion

The Gill-Montague Regional District School Committee is concerned with the proposed expansion of the Pioneer Valley Chinese Immersion Charter School and has expressed this concern with the Massachusetts Board of Elementary and Secondary Education. Please take a moment to read the school committee's charter expansion letter of concern for complete details.