Frolio Middle School

Grades: 7-8     Hours: 7:25 a.m. - 1:44 p.m.

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Frolio Upcoming Events

02/17 TO 03/01 - ACADEMIC CENTER FOR ENRICHMENT (ACE) OPEN MONDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS
02/17 - COFFEE WITH THE PRINCIPAL, 9:00 AM TO 10:00 AM
02/17 - LAST CALL ORDER FOR HILLIARD'S CANDY BAR FUNDRAISER (GRADE 8 PHILADELPHIA TRIP)
02/17 - PTO GLOW PARTY, 7:00 PM TO 9:00 PM
02/20 TO 02/24 - FEBRUARY BREAK
02/27 - CLASSES RESUME
02/28 - SCHOOL COMMITTEE MEETING, 7:00 PM, TOWN HALL
03/09 TO 03/11 - AHS DRAMA CLUB PRESENTS "HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL"
04/03 TO 04/11 - FROLIO MCAS DATES
05/02 TO 05/12 - FROLIO MCAS DATES

Frolio News Flash please click here for the February 2017 "Frolio News Flash"...
New Times for 2017-2018 School Year please click here for school times for the 2017-2018 school year...
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Message from the Principal

January, 2017

The Frolio School Team wishes all Frolio families a very Happy New Year!  As a reminder, school may be cancelled in case of inclement weather.  As always, please use discretion when deciding to send your child to school during inclement weather.  No school announcements will be made on WCVB, WBZ, WHDH and Fox 25 TV stations between the hours of 6:00 am and 8:30 am

A Reminder

Upon returning to school from an absence, students are required to bring a signed note from a parent/guardian including the date(s) and specific reason for absence.  If a parental absence note is not returned within three days of returning to school, the student's absence may not be excused. We strongly urge you to schedule family vacations during school vacation periods and not during school days.  Your child's regular attendance is very important because students are more likely to succeed in academics when they attend school consistently.  It is difficult for teachers to build skills within a student if that student is frequently absent or misses a block of school time.

 

Matt MacCurtain, principal