School News

Senior Awards Night Video

Please click the tab below to find the link and watch for your award! The link does not go live until 6pm when the "ceremony" begins. We are so proud of all you've accomplished in the past four years, while enduring a building renovation and pandemic just to keep things interesting. 

If you're receiving a monetary award (or are wondering if you are), please reach out to Guidance to receive your check and your pre-addressed, stamped Thank You note to the donor of the scholarship.  

Congratulations and best of luck in your future endeavors!


COVID-19 Metrics Dashboard

Check out our new COVID-19 Metrics Dashboard! We created this to help provide transparency into the COVID-19 data for the Blue Hills communities. This dashboard will be continuously updated as new data is available. 

The dashboard can be found in our About and Students & Parents sections, or can be viewed directly here on Google Data Studio.


Message from Superintendent Rossetti

Dear Blue Hills Community:

With spring, arriving comes beautiful weather as everything begins to bloom. It is a new beginning as more people become vaccinated and all of our children are in-person at Blue Hills now. Next week, ask your child about our new electronic hall pass system, which is touch free that we will be piloting.
We are celebrating Teacher and Staff Appreciation week this week with different treats each day. Next week, we will be celebrating Nurses Day, too! Occasionally, it is nice to be recognized. It is also time to celebrate our seniors’ debut that looks much different from last year. This year, we are proud to be able to plan some safe events to honor the Class of 2021.

We tried to hold a prom, but unfortunately, not enough tickets were sold. We are holding a Senior Awards night virtually on May 20 at 6 PM, our traditional Senior Field Day on June 2 and an in-person graduation on the turf field on Tuesday, June 8 with a rain date of June 9.



Press Release for Office of Language Acquisition site visit

During the week of April 26, 2021, the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s (DESE’s) Office of Language Acquisition will conduct a Tiered Focused Monitoring Review of The Blue Hills Regional Technical School. The Office of Language Acquisition reviews each district’s and charter school’s ELE program every six years to monitor compliance with federal and state English learner education laws and regulations. Areas of review will include English learners’ student assessments, identification of English learners; what programs English learners are placed in, parent and community involvement, curriculum and instruction, student support services, licensure requirements for faculty, staff and administration, program plans, and evaluation and recordkeeping.

In addition to the onsite visit, parent outreach is an important part of the review process. The review chairperson from the Office of Language Acquisition will send a survey to the parents of students whose records the…