Monday October 26th - Sticker and Pledge Day
During homeroom or 1st period, please have everyone sign the Pledge to Respect themselves and be drug free.
Tuesday October 27th - Crazy Socks Day
Show your favorite socks to “sock out drugs.”
Wednesday October 28th - Team Up Against Drugs
Wear your favorite sports apparel.
Thursday October 29th - RED Day
Wear red and attend the Dance.
Friday October 30th - Mix it Up Day in the Cafeteria
Students will be assigned a table to sit at for lunch. Mix it up and meet new friends!
🎧ATTENTION***IT'S IPOD FRIDAY!! 🎧🎧
This Friday your child is allowed to bring their listening device, iPod, iPhone, Kindle, (Walkman, LOL) to school to listen to during lunch! They must have earphones and the cost is $1.00 to participate!! 🎧🎧
Tickets are $5.00 and will be sold at lunch next week.
Grade 5 dance @ 2:15-4:00
Grades 6 & 7 dance @ 5:00-7:00
*All student drop off and pick up will be at Gerald Croteau Auditorium Door
Parents interested in helping reach out to Eileen Mann on our FPE facebook page.
The All-City Cross Country meet with be held at THS on Wednesday, Oct. 21st at 3:00. Good Luck, Falcons!
Benjamin A. Friedman Middle School
Success is a choice.
500 Norton Avenue
Ms. Kathy Perry, Principal
Ms. Danielle Coute, Assistant Principal
Grades 5 - 7
Tier I 7:30 AM - 2:00 PM
Who was Benjamin A. Friedman?
Benjamin A. Friedman, a World War II veteran, was elected to Taunton’s municipal council in 1961 and went on to a successful run for mayor in 1963, serving until 1970. Under Friedman’s administration, the city saw many improvements, including the construction of Edmund Hatch Bennett School, the dedication of the Vietnam Memorial Fountain on Church Green, and the opening of Massasoit State Park. (Source: "A History of Taunton Massachusetts," William F. Hanna, 2007.)
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