Thursday, February 28, 2013
Seven Medfield students will join others in the Junior District Concert Festival on March 8 at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School.
Thanks to successful auditions, seven Medfield music students were chosen to perform with their district peers at the Junior District Concert Festival kicking off on March 8 at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School. Medfield performers Blake Middle School students: Medfield High School student Joe Aversa (Orchestra tuba) was also chosen to participate. The festival is organized by the Eastern District of the Massachusetts Music Educators Association which is affiliated with the National Association for Music Education.
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Students at Blake Middle School brought in food on Sept. 11.
As part of a lesson on community, many students at Blake Middle School brought in donations for the Medfield Food Cupboard on Sept. 11. In addition to wearing red, white and blue to school on Tuesday, students and staff donated hundreds of food items for the food pantry. Blake's Dean of Students Kelly Campbell said the school started this particular food drive last year. "Last year, in honor of the 10th anniversary of 9/11, as well as our school theme for the year - "community" - that Blake did a one-day food drive. Donations flooded the guidance office. It was so successful because of our generous community, we thought it was a meaningful and appropriate way to honor the national day of service and remembrance." For a number of years, …
Thursday, August 23, 2012
With less than two weeks til the start of school, here are Medfield's school supply lists.
Crayons and binders and protractors, oh my! As the weekend quickly approaches, so does the start of school. The first day of school for the Medfield Public Schools is Tuesday, September 4. Here are the school supply lists that are available so far: Other school-related stories:
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Richard DeSorgher is retiring later this month after 35 years of teaching history and political science to thousands of Medfield students.
During his 35-year career, history teacher Richard DeSorgher did everything he could to keep his students out of the classroom. He created programs that had students canoeing on the Charles River, bicycling around town, thumbing through historical records at the Medfield Historical Society, and analyzing vital records at the Norfolk County Registry of Deeds -- many of those programs are still in effect today. “I would try very much for hands-on activities,” said DeSorgher. “I did as much as I could to get the kids out of the classroom and on field trips.” DeSorgher is retiring later this month after 35 years of teaching history and political science to thousands of Medfield students. DeSorgher said it is important to engage students in …