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Northeast Metro Tech to Hold Open House for Prospective Students

Northeast Metro Tech Superintendent David DiBarri 100 Hemlock Road Wakefield, MA 01880 For Immediate Release Friday, Oct. 12, 2018 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: Northeast Metro Tech to Hold Open House for Prospective Students WAKEFIELD — Principal Carla Scuzzarella invites prospective students and families to attend Northeast Metro Tech’s annual open house next month. WHEN:…

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Program of Studies and Student Handbook Now Available Online

Students and parents can now view the 2018-2019 Program of Studies and the Student Handbook online. The Program of Studies can be found under the “Academics” tab on the menu, or by clicking here. Those looking to read through the Student Handbook can access it under the “Parents” tab on the menu, or by clicking…

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Fundraising Efforts Underway at Northeast Metro Tech

LINENS NEEDED: Northeast Student Council and SKILLS USA will be hosting a linen and bedding drive to help the Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless’ “A Bed for Every Child” program. The organization helps build beds for children coming out of homeless situations to give them beds of their own. Those who are able to help are…

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Update to 2018-2019 Bus Schedule

The bus schedule for the 2018- 2019 has been updated. Changes have been implemented on Bus 9 — North Reading/Reading/Wakefield and Bus 18 — Woburn. The full schedule of stops can be seen by clicking here.  

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Non-Northeast Metro Tech Students Participate in Pilot Program to Gain Technical and Career Skills

Electrical instructor Frank Barker works with Woburn High School senior Jean Luc Walsh on wiring a power switch. (Courtesy Photo)

WAKEFIELD — Graduating high school seniors who are not currently enrolled at Northeast Metro Tech had an opportunity to explore vocational education as part of a new pilot program launched this year. Titled “Exploring Vocational and Career Technical Pathways,” the program is made possible through a grant from the Cummings Foundation, which awarded Northeast $100,000 to…

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Northeast Metro Tech Student Honored by Greater Boston Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays

Left to right: Executive Director of Greater Boston PFLAG Valerie Frias and Northeast Metro Tech senior Christian DeJesus Franco at the Greater Boston PFLAG's Pride and Passion dinner. (Courtesy Photo Northeast Metro Tech)

WAKEFIELD — Principal Carla Scuzzarella is pleased to announce that Northeast Metro Tech senior Christian DeJesus Franco was recognized by the Greater Boston Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) for his work with the LGBTQ community. On April 27, Franco was honored at PFLAG’s annual Pride and Passion dinner, where he was joined by advocacy leaders, including Attorney…

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Northeast Metro Tech Students Hold Financial Literacy Fair for Juniors

Malden resident Trinitee Arnold, a junior from the culinary shop, fills out her form at the entertainment section of the financial literacy fair. (Courtesy Photo Northeast Metro Tech)

WAKEFIELD — Northeast Metro Tech juniors received a glimpse into what their futures may hold as they made their way around a financial literacy fair and attempted to plan life after graduation. Organized by business technology students, the event was designed to give the junior class an idea of the financial responsibilities — obtaining a job…

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Northeast Metro Tech Partners with MSBA to Complete New Building Project

The Massachusetts School Building Authority is partnering with Northeast Metro Tech on a new school building project. Left to right: School Committee member Larry Means, School Committee member Judith Dyment, School Committee member Peter Rossetti, Principal Carla Scuzzarella, School Committee Chair Deborah Davis, Superintendent David DiBarri, School Committee member Robert McCarthy, Director of Finance Jay Picone, School Committee member Dawne Armistead and Joseph Papagni, President of Northeast Metro Tech's Teachers Association. (Courtesy Photo Northeast Metro Tech)

WAKEFIELD — Superintendent David DiBarri, Principal Carla Scuzzarella and School Committee Chair Deborah Davis are pleased to announce that the Massachusetts School Building Authority approved Northeast Metro Tech’s proposal for a new building. During a Board of Directors meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 13, MSBA — a state agency that works with communities to support educationally-appropriate, flexible, sustainable and cost-effective public school…

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