MCAS Reports will go home today, Friday, November 2nd! Please read the letter attached to the report. Thank you.
Grade 5 Dance will now be on Wednesday, November 8th from 2:15-4:00 due to the All city Cross Country Meet, that will be on November 1, 2017.
Welcome to Red Ribbon Week!!!!
10/25 Kick-off Red Ribbon Week
10/26- Pledges and Stickers ( students all sign pledges and receive stickers)
10/27- "Team Up" Against Bad Decisions (Wear your Favorite Team Jersey)
10/30- Red Sox or socks Day ( Wear Red Socks or Red Sox attire)
10/31- Mix It Up Day (Mix up your clothes and Mix up your seats at Lunch)
11/1- Red Day and 5th Grade Dance (All Students wear Red)
11/2- 6th and 7th Grade Dance
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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Doris Bartone Library