Get involved with MHSAA!

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MHS Alumni– If you think you might enjoy helping plan our events and coming up with fundraising ideas, come to our next meeting!

Tuesday October 11, at 7 p.m. at the conference room right inside the front entrance to Medfield High School 88R South St.

Email Georganne Iverson 


Medfield Student Council Named a Gold Council

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“The Medfield High School Student Council has been recognized by the National Association of Student Councils as a Gold Council…”

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Senior Parent Night Out– May 7th

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The MHSAA is sponsoring Senior Parent Night Out* for the class of 2016 to celebrate a job well done!
Parents of the senior class of 2016 are invited to a casual get-together to relax, reconnect and reminisce.

Event Info:
Date: Saturday, May 7, 2016 Time: 7:30- 11:00PM

Location: Medfield American Legion Hall

Cost: $15/person or $25/couple Pay at the door the night of the event

Raffles, Sweets, Snacks and Cash Bar!

Checks Payable to: MHSAA (Medfield High School Alumni Association)

This is the 6th annual Senior Parent Night Out and the proceeds will benefit MHSAA scholarships for the Senior Class of 2016!

Any questions please contact:

Ellen Bankert (, Christine Clower ( and Colleen Diana (
*This event is not sponsored by Medfield High School

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MHS Alumni Trivia– April 9th

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Medfield High School Alumni Association Trivia Night-All Invited!
Save the Date: The Return of MHS Alumni Trivia Night!

Calling all Medfield residents and anyone else for that matter. Open to everyone! On Saturday, April 9, 2016 at the American Legion on Peter Kristof Way, the Medfield High School (MHS) Alumni Association will host its 5th Annual Trivia Night, a fundraiser for the scholarships given out every spring to graduating MHS seniors. This year’s scholarships will be given in honor of long time MHS teachers Marty Salka and Bernie Shea. Previous scholarships were given in memory of, Estelle Stahl, Susan Pope, Madeline Greene, George Callahan and Andrea Trasher.
Both Mr. Salka and Mr. Shea are celebrating their 50th year in the Medfield Public Schools. While both have officially retired, they continue to work at Medfield High School in a variety of capacities including as substitute teachers, cafeteria supervisor and as the assistant cross country coach.

This year’s Spring Fling will give you a chance to match wits with Medfield natives, out-of-towners, MHS Alumni and newcomers alike! The event will kick off at 7 p.m., and the game will begin at 7:30. The last round will end at 10:15 p.m. Cash prizes will be given to tables placing 1st, 2nd, and 3rd. If purchased in advance of the day of the event, the cost of each ticket will be $20 or $150 for a table of 10. On the night of the event, the cost of each ticket will be $25 or $200 for a table of 10. Discount-priced tickets may be purchased ahead of time, while regular-priced tickets will be sold at the door. You may purchase a table for you and your classmates or friends, or you may purchase a single ticket and sit at a table with other singles. Tables are encouraged to join in the new tradition of tablegating, where tables bring their own theme foods. This year’s theme is Spring Fling. Otherwise snacks will be provided and the Legion’s cash bar will be open.

Tickets will be on sale at Park Street Books and Toys on 504 Main Street. You may also purchase advance tickets by emailing Georganne Iverson at or by mailing a check to MHSAA, 38 Spring Street, Medfield, MA 02052.

Trivia will cover a wide range of topics, including arts and entertainment, TV, sports, geography, news and current events, pop culture and local Medfield history. Don’t get left out! It will be a great night to socialize or meet new people…a reunion of sorts.

For further information, contact any of the MHS Alumni Association members: Georganne Iverson, Paul and Marie DeLuca, Richard DeSorgher, Ron Gustavson, Nancy Kelly-Lavin, Bob Meaney, Bill Kingsbury, or Sarah (Cain) Brown.


Class of 2015 All Night Graduation Party

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The Class of 2015 needs your help!

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MHS Senior Parent Night Out

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The MHSAA is sponsoring Senior Parent Night Out* for the class of 2015 to celebrate a job well done!
Parents of the senior class of 2015 are invited to a casual get-together to relax, reconnect and reminisce.

Event Info:
Date: Saturday, May 2, 2015 Time: 7:30- 11:00PM

Location: Medfield American Legion Hall

Cost: $15/person or $25/couple

Payable to: MHSAA (Medfield High School Alumni Association)

Tickets will be available at Park Street Books starting on 4/2 and at the door the night of the event.

This is the 5h annual Senior Parent Night Out and the proceeds will benefit MHSAA scholarships for the Senior Class of 2015!

Any questions please contact:
Erica Kramer (, Denise Conroy (, Maureen Doctoroff (, Nancy Beckwith (

*This event is not sponsored by Medfield High School



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The Medfield High School Alumni Association will be holding their annual Trivia Night on Saturday February 28, 2015 at the Medfield Legion on Peter Kristof Way. The doors will open at 7 p.m. and the games will begin at 7:30 p.m. The last game will begin at 10:15 p.m. Cash prizes will be given to tables winning 1st, 2nd and 3rd. Cost of tickets is $20/pp or $150/per table of ten. You may purchase a table for you and your friends or you may purchase a ticket as a single and we will place you at a table with other singles to make up a table of ten. Some snacks will be provided by MHSAA. Last year we encouraged table gating. Each table brought snacks of their own choosing and enjoyed the evening. Beverages may be purchased at the Legion. Trivia will be from a wide range of topics ie: toys and games, Disney fairy tales, Animals, and questions about the history of Medfield provided by our own Richard DeSorgher. Trivia Night helps us to fund our scholarships for two seniors. This year, our scholarships will be given in memory of Andrea Trasher and Francis and Jeanne Bibby. Tickets may be purchased by emailing Georganne Iverson at Don’t be left out! Join us for a fun night! See you at Trivia Night!


Letter from MHS Principal Robert Parga…

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Dear Medfield High School community members:

I hope this letter finds you enjoying the summer. We have just concluded a terrific year at Medfield High School, which included awards, state and national recognitions, and a state championship. We are proud of our students, both current and past.

This year’s graduating class was special indeed. Of the 230 graduating seniors, 96% will continue on to colleges across the country. These schools include Harvard, MIT, Penn, Cornell, Dartmouth, Columbia, The Berklee College of Music, and the Rhode Island School of Design, among others. Senior Ida Xu was a finalist for The Presidential Scholars Award (one of just 140 students nationwide) and was also named to the All National Symphony Orchestra, and senior Rachel Thornton was a National Merit Scholarship winner. MHS students were quite busy away from school as well. Senior Ben Bushnell took his first solo flight and will study Aviation Technology at Purdue University. Freshman Addison Chung qualified for the U.S. Junior National Gymnastic team and will spend his summer at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, and sophomore Sid Arun will represent Massachusetts in the National High School Chess Championship in Orlando this summer. These are just a few examples of the many talented students who walk through our halls each day.

MHS received several state and national awards this past year. The 2013 MCAS scores were once again among the top 5% in the state and all MHS students received passing scores in the subjects of English, science and math. In addition, the College Board notified us that MHS had the highest Advanced Placement test scores in the entire Commonwealth. For the second consecutive year, U.S. News & World Report awarded MHS with the Gold Award, the highest award given to a public high school. This publication has MHS ranked among the top 200 in the country and in the top 10 in the state.

Our athletic department continued its run of excellence. The Warriors brought home Tri-Valley League titles in Girls’ Basketball, Boys’ Hockey, Boys’ Lacrosse and Boys’ Tennis. The Boys’ Indoor Track team won the Tri-Valley League meet and coaches Evan Moon (Boys’ Tennis), John Isaf (Boys’ Lacrosse) and the late George Callahan (Boys’ Golf) were named TVL Coach of the Year in their respective sports. The Boy’s Hockey team had a historic season as they reached the state title game at the Garden for the first time in school history and the Boys’ Lacrosse team avenged last season’s championship title loss by winning this year’s state championship in June. The Warriors have now won an amazing 18 state titles since the year 2000 in eight different sports.

Success has followed many of our alums as well. Broadway performer Uzo Aduba (’99) continued her ascent into stardom as she played a major role and was nominated for an Emmy for her part in the series “Orange is the New Black.” Alums Jake McDermott (’10), Peter Gill (’11) and Garrett Read (’11) helped lead Tufts University to the DIII Men’s Lacrosse National Championship in May, and we inducted longtime community supporters and siblings Thomas Kelly (’73) and Nancy Kelly Lavin (’74) into the MHS Hall of Excellence. There is no shortage of MHS alums on staff as Susan (Flynn) Curtis (’82), Ashley Estes (’07) and Amanda Santucci (’04) will be joining us at MHS this year. Other alums on staff include Sarah (Cain) Brown (’91), Adam Coyle (’99), Jon Dunn (’94), John Kendall (’02), Anne (Vozzella) Lodge (’98), Evan Moon (’05), John Panciocco (’88), Sarah (Buckley) Rodenhi (’96), Ann Marie (Fratolillo) Sabra (’89), and Thomas Woods (’04). What a great impression these adults make on our students on a daily basis and I’m excited that 13 students from the Class of 2013 have already declared education as their major in college.

Though we’ve experienced a great deal of success, our staff is committed to finding new and exciting ways to engage students in the classroom. Next year, we will continue incorporating tablets and other devices into the classroom as our 1:1 program expands into more grades. Over the summer, more than 20 MHS teachers will spend over 250 hours developing and refining our curriculum to ensure that we are providing the best learning opportunities and experiences for all of our students. This is important work and I want to thank our staff for their efforts.

Recognizing the small world in which we live, we’ll expand opportunities for students who are interested in acquiring international experience. In February, we’ll send students to the Dominican Republic to participate in a community service program. This trip is in addition to the other travel opportunities we offer to France, Spain and China. Our new Global Citizenship program is designed to foster students’ global awareness, and in so doing, provide MHS students with the essential skills needed to successfully contribute to an increasingly globalized society. We will continue to focus on these and other 21st century skills.

The level of achievement we’ve reached could not take place without the support provided by the Medfield School Committee, the MHS PTO and the Medfield Coalition for Public Education (MCPE). These parent groups have helped to establish an environment where teachers are encouraged to create and students are allowed to explore and grow in an exciting and engaging learning environment. This is our recipe for success.

I want to sincerely thank our students, families, and alums for your continued support and wish you a safe and relaxing summer vacation.


Robert Parga

*For the latest MHS news, follow Robert Parga on Twitter @MedfieldHS

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Adele Hardy Retirement Party

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Calling all MHS alumni who are former students of Mrs. Adele Hardy!

Please email any memories you have of being in her classes to Karen Renaud ( so that they can be included in a surprise gift of a memory book to be given to Mrs. Hardy upon retirement. Thanks!


Adele Hardy’s Retirement Celebration
Wednesday, June 11th from 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM
Medfield High School– Library Media Center

Please RSVP to




MHS Jazz Night 2014 on April 9th

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featuring Grammy-nominated Donny McCaslin


7 TO 9 P.M., Wednesday, April 9,
Medfield HS Lowell Mason Auditorium


$10 adults; $5 seniors, children & students

Sold at:
Park Street Books
Needham Bank (Medfield Branch)
Online by clicking here
At the door (if event does not sell out)

Click here to read more!

Ticket sales benefit the ENTIRE MEDFIELD MUSIC PROGRAM!

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