The 4-H Babysitter’s Course will be held at the Athol Public Library on December 2, 9, and 16 from 3:30 to 6:30 PM. The Course is for students from 11 to 18 years of age and attendance of all three sessions is required.
The instructor is a 4-H educator and such topics as child safety, first aid, emergency response, feeding, discipline, entertaining, stages of child development, and the business of babysitting will be covered. 4-H Participation Certificates are issued upon successful completion of the course. Space is limited, so call the library at 978.249.9515. There is no charge for this program.
Please note that there will be no school on Veterans Day which is this upcoming Tuesday (November, 11th).
“It’s about how we treat our veterans every single day of the year. It’s about making sure they have the care they need and the benefits that they’ve earned when they come home. It’s about serving all of you as well as you’ve served the United States of America.”
We are excited to announce that we have completed our first round of educational assessments using the MAP system for the entire district which will provide our teachers with the insight they need to provide the most effective education for all our students. It’s just one more way we are striving towards sustainable long term improvement.
Please be aware that our next half day of school is October 29, 2014. Please contact your child’s school if you need more information concerning the time students will be released.
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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.