School News

Initial Fall School Reopening Guidance

Today, Governor Baker’s office and the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education released their initial guidance about reopening schools this fall. We appreciate the level of thought and care that went into the development of this guidance, and share its goal of the safe return of as many students as possible to in-person school settings in order to best meet students’ academic, vocational technical, social and emotional needs.

Over the coming days, we will be reviewing the guidance to begin to understand how it impacts what we can do at Blue Hills Regional Technical School. We also acknowledge that this initial guidance does not address every topic and that there will be more comprehensive guidance coming to us in July. The full document can be found on our website or at,…


A message from Principal Zini

Good Evening,

Earlier this afternoon, Blue Hills' administration was made aware of a video posted on social media attributed to a BHR student that many found offensive and hurtful. A number of students let us know about the video and their concerns around the content.

We are investigating the video. Blue Hills is not immune from the tensions in our nation right now. As Ms. Rossetti said earlier this week in her email to students, "We have an opportunity to create positive, lasting change that will unify our students, faculty, and families through our common mission and goals... (we) remain committed to justice, equity, tolerance, humanity, life balance and the protection of our students."

I am deeply saddened that the hurt and injustice in our world, our nation, and our community exists. Our counselors remain available for anyone who would like to talk through or discuss these important issues.

Thank you to those who have reached out about this specific…

Help with P-EBT card use from DESE

The Department of Transitional Assistance is now working to set up a way for people to quickly and securely get access to their case number to PIN the P-EBT card. For now, families can call DTA's Assistance Line at  (877) 382-2363 and press 6. Their staff can help families to get the case information.

See the attachment below or click here for more information.