ATHOL-ROYALSTON REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT – 1062 Pleasant Street, Athol, MA 01331 – 978-249-2400 – fax: 978-249-2402
Due to the winter weather advisory we will have a two hour delay tomorrow, January 18th.
Please check in the morning for updates in case the timing of the storm changes.
As we start to prepare the school calendar for next school year, we wanted to get input from the parents/guardians of our students.
Please take a moment to complete the following survey regarding some aspects for us to consider when compiling the school calendar for next year:
This survey will remain open January 25, 2017.
Updates to the Massachusetts public records law went into effect on January 1, 2016.
One of the updates includes conspicuously posting the Records Access Officer on the website.
Steven C. Meyer, Superintendent, is the Records Request Officer for the Athol-Royalston Regional School District.
Additionally, commonly requested items, such as minutes of open meetings must be available on a searchable website.
ARRSD uses “My Town Government” for posting open meeting agendas and minutes. This information can be found at: www.mytowngovernment.org/01331
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact my office at (978) 249-2400.
Just a reminder that ARRSD will have a half day on Friday, December 23. There will be no school the week of December 26. Additionally, there is no school on Monday, January 2.
I hope that everyone is able to relax and spend some time with their friends and family during this break.
There are still a lot of finishing touches that need to be completed, but the new auditorium seats have been installed at AHS!
The Athol-Royalston Regional School District serves over 1700 students in the North Quabbin region of Massachusetts. We are committed to providing a challenging educational experience that inspires students to acquire the knowledge and skills to become responsible citizens in the global community.
The Athol-Royalston Regional School District in partnership with the community provides a safe, innovative, and vibrant learning environment for all students. We foster academic excellence by implementing best practices, improving facilities, appreciating diversity, and requiring accountability. Our graduates are life-long learners and discerning users of technology who exercise social and civic responsibility and adapt to an ever-changing world.