Friday, December 8, 2017

Superintendent's Notes

Maynard High School Program Recognition

The senior class participated in a mock interview exercise this past Wednesday, December 6th. The goal of this activity is to help graduating seniors practice interviewing in a professional manner. All members of the senior class had to write a resume, dress professionally, and meet with an adult professional from the community who interviewed them for 15 minutes. The adult volunteers represent a variety of business and career sectors. The volunteers included Karen Aroian, Mary Brannelly, Paula Copley Jerry Culbert, Marc DeCastro, Sarah Finnerty, Jennifer Gaudet, Tim Hess, Brian Hudak, Michelle Hudak, Sandra Hinds, Melissa Levine-Piro, Jim McCann, Noel McDonagh, Fiona Nauseda, Jacquie Rodgers, and Chief Anthony Stowers.

After the interview, the adults shared feedback and advice with the seniors on how to improve their skills and maximize their opportunities in interviews. The volunteers pictured above from left to right are Thank you to our volunteers!

We couldn’t offer this great opportunity for our students without the outstanding teacher leadership from Jean Labelle and Paul Orzech as well as the wonderful collaboration our program has with the community. The steering committee of the Senior Project program (Paula Copley, Jerry Culbert, Jacquie Rodgers, Michelle Hudak,  Owen Leach, Paul Orzech, and Jean LaBelle-Pierce) was instrumental in organizing the event, and the Maynard Education Foundation provided many volunteers and support!

In the spring, seniors will present on the experience they’ve had in Senior Project this year. This will include an internship they have served in as well as a project they have developed. At that time, we will be looking for additional community volunteers.

Fowler Program Recognition

Congratulations to the Fowler Latin Club on their second place finish in the Classics Day Skit Contest on Thursday!

Important Events and Reminders:    
                                                                                                 
In an effort to streamline the Superintendent’s Notes, I will provide important upcoming events or announcements that have already been posted in previous Superintendent’s Notes in this section.

Milk & Cookies with Santa at the Boys & Girls Club

Plan to join Santa at the Boys & Girls Club of Assabet Valley, 212 Great Road, Maynard for milk, cookies and pictures with Santa!  The afternoon of sweet treats and Christmas cheer will take place on Saturday,  December 16th, 3:00 PM to 5:30 PM and is being sponsored by Concord Teacakes.  Admission is $3/person and pictures with Santa will be $8/ea.  Enjoy decorating cookies, arts & crafts, a coffee and hot chocolate bar, games, raffles and more. (Craft and raffle tickets $1/each).

There will also be a Parent's Night Out from 5:30-8:30 PM on Saturday, December 16th for children ages 5 and up for $20/member or $25/non-members ($5 discount for additional siblings). Children will enjoy a pizza dinner, dessert, special holiday craft, games and a holiday movie!  Children are encouraged to wear their best holiday pajamas! Parents are asked to pre-register for the Parent Night Out at www.bgcav.org.

Don't miss your chance to shop, wrap or enjoy a night out!!

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

Massachusetts estimates that over 35,000 children living in the Commonwealth are being raised by grandparents, and this number is increasing at a alarming rate.  With encouragement and support from the Massachusetts Commission on Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, a local support group for residents of the communities in northwestern Middlesex County is being formed.  Grandparents raising Grandchildren will meet monthly to help each other as they navigate through the challenges and joys they face, and become informed about the resources available to grandparents. 

The meetings will be held at the Acton Senior Center (30 Sudbury Road, Acton, MA)
on the third Tuesday of each month from 11:00 am to 12:30pm.  For more information please email Joe O’Leary at j.j.oleary@comcast.net or call 


Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Superintendent's Notes

Special Education Parent Advisory Committee (SEPAC) Announcement

The SEPAC Winter Social is tonight from 6:30 pm – 8 pm at the Green Meadow cafeteria! All families of children receiving special education services from the Maynard Schools are invited (siblings are welcome too!). We’ll have cookie decorating, crafts, music, and a goodie bag for each child. This free event is so much fun every year, and we look forward to seeing you there!

Milk & Cookies with Santa at the Boys & Girls Club

Plan to join Santa at the Boys & Girls Club of Assabet Valley, 212 Great Road, Maynard for milk, cookies and pictures with Santa!  The afternoon of sweet treats and Christmas cheer will take place on Saturday,  December 16th, 3:00 PM to 5:30 PM and is being sponsored by Concord Teacakes.  Admission is $3/person and pictures with Santa will be $8/ea.  Enjoy decorating cookies, arts & crafts, a coffee and hot chocolate bar, games, raffles and more. (Craft and raffle tickets $1/each).

There will also be a Parent's Night Out from 5:30-8:30 PM on Saturday, December 16th for children ages 5 and up for $20/member or $25/non-members ($5 discount for additional siblings). Children will enjoy a pizza dinner, dessert, special holiday craft, games and a holiday movie!  Children are encouraged to wear their best holiday pajamas! Parents are asked to pre-register for the Parent Night Out at www.bgcav.org.

Don't miss your chance to shop, wrap or enjoy a night out!!




Friday, December 1, 2017

Superintendent's Notes

Program Recognition

In 2014, Bridges Together Inc. reached out to Maynard about a program they were running in Sudbury and they wanted to expand it to Maynard.  They are the only organization in New England, and one of a few in the United States, that implement successful and meaningful inter-generational programs.  This morning was the third year we had a celebration breakfast and it was great to see all of our senior volunteers, students, and staff together in the Fowler Cafeteria.  

In order to make this program successful it took a lot of people to believe in the program and develop it.  The Maynard Council on Aging Director Amy Loveless has been a driving force and an ardent supporter of this program.  She has even found founding through the town to support this program in the schools.  That is one more example of the wonderful collaboration between the different departments in the Town of Maynard.  

When I talked to Amy about everyone involved she praised the entire 4th grade team of teachers and staff.  Amy told me that many of the senior volunteers are retired Maynard teachers and they complement our current 4th grade staff profusely.  When I speak to the staff they compliment the volunteers and their relationships with the students in Maynard.   I am so proud of this program and would like to personally thank everyone involved for another successful year and a program that makes Maynard special!

Below is a picture of the 4th grade students singing "What a Wonderful World" (Louis Armstrong) to the staff and volunteers.


Special Education Parent Advisory Committee (SEPAC) Announcement

The SEPAC Winter Social is coming next week!  The winter social will be held on Tuesday, December 5 from 6:30 pm – 8 pm at the Green Meadow cafeteria. All families of children receiving special education services from the Maynard Schools are invited (siblings are welcome too!). We’ll have cookie decorating, crafts, music, and a goodie bag for each child. This free event is so much fun every year, and we look forward to seeing you there! (Please RSVP to Karen Heath at sepacoutreach@maynard.k12.ma.us or at 978-394-6183.)

Important Events and Reminders:    
                                                                                                 
In an effort to streamline the Superintendent’s Notes, I will provide important upcoming events or announcements that have already been posted in previous Superintendent’s Notes in this section.

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

Massachusetts estimates that over 35,000 children living in the Commonwealth are being raised by grandparents, and this number is increasing at a alarming rate.  With encouragement and support from the Massachusetts Commission on Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, a local support group for residents of the communities in northwestern Middlesex County is being formed.  Grandparents raising Grandchildren will meet monthly to help each other as they navigate through the challenges and joys they face, and become informed about the resources available to grandparents. 

The meetings will be held at the Acton Senior Center (30 Sudbury Road, Acton, MA)
on the third Tuesday of each month from 11:00 am to 12:30pm.  For more information please email Joe O’Leary at j.j.oleary@comcast.net or call 


Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Superintendent's Notes

Happy and Safe Holiday

Fall is a great season and I enjoy celebrating Thanksgiving with family, friends, and a traditional meal.  Holidays give us time to rest and rejuvenate so we can come back to school with even more energy and zeal.  I wish our school community a happy and safe holiday. 

Congratulations to the Maynard Athletic hall of Fame Inductees 





The MHS athletes honored at this year's induction ceremony are:

(Top row L-R) Joe Kalinowski (1976), Chris Cavazza (1989), Barry McNulty (1980), Jim Stewart (1997)

(Front row L-R) James Luker (1957), Leigh Robinson Romanowski (1959), Echo Freeman  Louissaint (2001), Briana Freeman Azier (2001), Steve Curcio (1989)

Douglas Cush (1969) and Bob Oksa (1973) were also inducted but unable to attend.

Student Recognition

On Saturday the 18th, the Sr. District music auditions were held in Groton, MA.  Congratulations to the following Maynard High School musicians passed their auditions to be accepted into Sr. Districts:

Joel Stenhouse-tenor voice
Charlie Neuhauser-bass voice
Alice Hathaway-alto voice
Hazelyn Aroian-bassoon
Pat O'Neil-french horn

Joel, Charlie, Hazelyn and Pat scored within the top third of the students that were accepted and therefore have earned the right to audition for All State in January, and the opportunity to perform at Symphony Hall in Boston in March.

This accomplishment is exceptional because this is a tough competition with more than 90 schools in our division.  Our division comprises schools of all sizes from 495 to the NH border and as far west as Springfield.

Kudos to our students and the staff and the Maynard Music Association (MMA) who support our in our amazing Maynard music programs over the years.  These successes are a culmination of a lot of dedication from many.

Important Events and Reminders:    
                                                                                                 
In an effort to streamline the Superintendent’s Notes, I will provide important upcoming events or announcements that have already been posted in previous Superintendent’s Notes in this section.

Class of 2018 Wreath Fundraiser

Don't you just love the smell of pine needles in your home during the holidays?  Purchase a wreath to support the class of 2018.  The wreath is 22 inches and has a red bow.  If you do not want to deal with the needles but want to support a great cause, you can buy a virtual wreath.

The cost is only $15.00 and $1.00 from each wreath purchase go to support the Telethon.  Orders must be in and paid in full by November 28th! You can pay in cash or with a check payable to the Class of 2018.  We will deliver the wreaths locally or you can pick them up from the High School on Friday December 1st

Feel free to email any questions to: odoktorov@maynard.k12.ma.us or bmakovoz@maynard.k12.ma.us 

Support the Maynard Education Foundation when you dine at Not Your Average Joe's on any Tuesday in November

Come enjoy a great meal and help raise funds for the Maynard Education Foundation (MEF) when you dine at Not Your Average Joe's in Acton any Tuesday during the month of November.

Present a certificate (available at www.maynardeducation.org) or simply mention that you are a MEF supporter to your server when you dine in or order take-out, and Not Your Average Joe's will donate 15% of your purchase to MEF. (Excluding alcohol, tax, and gratuity.)  As an added bonus, learn how you can enter to win a gift certificate to NYAJs on the MEF website!

Proceeds benefit MEF's grant program that fund new learning opportunities within the Maynard Public Schools.  Thank you for your support! 

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

Massachusetts estimates that over 35,000 children living in the Commonwealth are being raised by grandparents, and this number is increasing at a alarming rate.  With encouragement and support from the Massachusetts Commission on Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, a local support group for residents of the communities in northwestern Middlesex County is being formed.  Grandparents raising Grandchildren will meet monthly to help each other as they navigate through the challenges and joys they face, and become informed about the resources available to grandparents. 

The meetings will be held at the Acton Senior Center (30 Sudbury Road, Acton, MA)
on the third Tuesday of each month from 11:00 am to 12:30pm.  For more information please email Joe O’Leary at j.j.oleary@comcast.net or call 

Friday, November 17, 2017

Superintendent's Notes

Student Recognition

Congratulations to the girls X Country team for their 4th place finish at the district meet.  We are so proud that our newest sport added to Maynard's outstanding athletic programs is thriving.  You can read the details in the Beacon Villager at:


Program Recognition - Advanced Placement, Dual Enrollment, Online options

A parent mentioned to me that there is some confusion about the advanced placement (AP), dual enrollment, and online courses being offered at Maynard High School.  The confusion is probably a result of the fact that these programs have been developing over the last 5 years and are somewhat intertwined.  At one point our AP courses where not only certified by the college board for AP credit but were also certified by Massachusetts Bay Community College (MassBay) as concurrent dual enrollment courses, In that early model, students could either take the AP College Board exam or pay a reduced tuition and receive college credit from MassBay.  Many of our teachers are using blended learning techniques in our traditional brick and mortar school and yet traditional total online course offerings at Maynard High School have more than doubled during this time period.  Even though many of these options are intertwined, I will do my best to explain each of these wonderful program opportunities.

Advanced placement:

Most people are familiar with AP classes.  The purpose of the course is for students to engage in college level work in high school and have been approved by the College Board.  Students are able to take the AP test for their course at the end of the year.  Depending on the score they may be able to earn college credit or exemptions from required classes when they enroll in college. Acceptance of AP credits is at the sole discretion of the college or university and varies widely by school and program.  Maynard is able to offer AP credits in the following courses.

  • World History
  • United States History
  • English Language & Composition
  • English Literature & Composition
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Physics I & II (rotating)
  • Calculus
  • Spanish
  • French
  • Studio Art
We received the 5th AP Honor Role Award for increasing course offerings.  Our next curricular development will be a pathway for students to be prepared for a computer science AP course in the near future.  This will support an interested group of students who have been participating in the middle school computer science program we started and will be entering Maynard High School next year.

Dual Enrollment:

Traditional dual enrollment courses offer students the opportunity to complete college level work on the campus.  Maynard High School has worked on developing hybrid models to offer concurrent or online versions at the high school.  Unlike AP, however, these course are sponsored by an accredited college or university.  As such students who complete these courses are receiving a transcript from the college or university that they can add to their college applications.  While transfer credits are at the discretion of colleges and universities, generally speaking most of the courses offered in dual enrollment will be transferable once the student enrolls in college.    

Maynard currently has an agreement with Lasell College in Newton Massachusetts.  Known for their online learning, Lasell has partnered with Maynard to offer a hybrid dual enrollment program.  Most of the work students do for the course is online.  Students attend classes on the Lasell campus between one and three times over the course of the semester depending on the particular class they are taking.  During their time on campus Maynard students meet with the professor and often engage in activities or exercises with current college students who are also enrolled in that course on campus.  The Maynard High School Guidance staff have worked with students to identify areas of interest for dual enrollment programming.  Maynard students have enrolled in the following Dual Enrollment courses:

  • Spring 2017
    • BIO101 Principles of Biology (4 credits)
    • ENG101 Writing I (3 credits)
  • Fall 2017
    • BUS101 Contemporary Issues in Business (3 credits)
    • ED109 Invitation to Teaching  (1 credit)
  • Proposed options for Spring 2018.  Offerings will be run based on enrollment
    • ED110 Teaching and Learning in American Schools (3 credits)
    • SOC 101 Sociological Imagination (3 credits)
Online Courses:

Maynard has two different online learning options available for students.  For many years, Maynard has been a member district in the Virtual High School (VHS).  VHS is a business based in Maynard.  As part of this agreement, Maynard assigns a VHS course to one of our teachers.  In return, Maynard is able to offer 25 students each semester the opportunity to enroll in online classes.  VHS offers over 200 unique courses in 15 different disciplines.

The district also has a subscription to Edgenuity.  Edgenuity has over 200 core curriculum, AP, honors, elective, dual credit, concept, and credit recovery courses in their course catalog.  This online program operates in a similar fashion to VHS but Maynard is not required to provide a teacher and there is not a site coordinator assigned.  Edgenuity courses are more like the type of online courses that students will likely be required to take in an undergraduate and graduate college program.  These online courses requires student time management and motivation.  An additional benefit of the concept courses is that they are not full course for grades.  This option allows teachers to assign smaller chunks of curriculum for the student to audit that can be used if a student will be out for an extended period of time.  

Class of 2018 Wreath Fundraiser

Don't you just love the smell of pine needles in your home during the holidays?  Purchase a wreath to support the class of 2018.  The wreath is 22 inches and has a red bow.  If you do not want to deal with the needles but want to support a great cause, you can buy a virtual wreath.

The cost is only $15.00 and $1.00 from each wreath purchase go to support the Telethon.  Orders must be in and paid in full by November 28th! You can pay in cash or with a check payable to the Class of 2018.  We will deliver the wreaths locally or you can pick them up from the High School on Friday December 1st

Feel free to email any questions to:

odoktorov@maynard.k12.ma.us or bmakovoz@maynard.k12.ma.us 

Important Events and Reminders:    
                                                                                                 
In an effort to streamline the Superintendent’s Notes, I will provide important upcoming events or announcements that have already been posted in previous Superintendent’s Notes in this section.

Fill the Truck Fun Run to Benefit Open Table

The Maynard Running Club, in cooperation with Girl Scout Troops 66250 and 72620, is sponsoring a “Fill the Truck” fun run and food drive to benefit Open Table.  We will be gathering on Saturday November 18 at about 8am at Serendipity Cafe to do a fun run (with 5k and 10k options) around Maynard and to fill the bed of our Ford Ranger with nonperishable donations.

We’d love to invite any or all of the Maynard Schools Community to participate, whether by running, jogging, walking, or biking along with members of the running club or socializing with us afterwards.  All ages are welcome.  Donation ideas (i.e. high demand foods) can be found at:  
http://www.opentable.org/food-drive/.  Also, paper and reusable canvas shopping bags will be collected for use at the pantry.

Contact Amie at 
amiehesbach@gmail.com for further details.

Thank you!

Support the Maynard Education Foundation when you dine at Not Your Average Joe's on any Tuesday in November

Come enjoy a great meal and help raise funds for the Maynard Education Foundation (MEF) when you dine at Not Your Average Joe's in Acton any Tuesday during the month of November.

Present a certificate (available at www.maynardeducation.org) or simply mention that you are a MEF supporter to your server when you dine in or order take-out, and Not Your Average Joe's will donate 15% of your purchase to MEF. (Excluding alcohol, tax, and gratuity.)  As an added bonus, learn how you can enter to win a gift certificate to NYAJs on the MEF website!

Proceeds benefit MEF's grant program that fund new learning opportunities within the Maynard Public Schools.  Thank you for your support! 

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

Massachusetts estimates that over 35,000 children living in the Commonwealth are being raised by grandparents, and this number is increasing at a alarming rate.  With encouragement and support from the Massachusetts Commission on Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, a local support group for residents of the communities in northwestern Middlesex County is being formed.  Grandparents raising Grandchildren will meet monthly to help each other as they navigate through the challenges and joys they face, and become informed about the resources available to grandparents. 

The meetings will be held at the Acton Senior Center (30 Sudbury Road, Acton, MA)
on the third Tuesday of each month from 11:00 am to 12:30pm.  For more information please email Joe O’Leary at j.j.oleary@comcast.net or call 978-897-9595.

DON’T MISS THE 7th MAYNARD HALL OF FAME
 BANQUET AND INDUCTION CEREMONY

The Maynard High School Athletic Hall of Fame (MHSAHF) Board is excited to announce its 7th Hall of Fame Banquet and Induction Ceremony  scheduled for Saturday, November 18, 2017, 6 PM to 11:00 PM at the Maynard Lodge of Elks, 34 Powder Mill Road, Maynard.  The past six events have been a huge success and have sold out!

We are proud to announce the 7th set of inductees to the Maynard High School Hall of Fame: Brianna Freeman Azier (2001), Christopher Cavazza (1989), Steve Curcio (1989), Douglas Cush (1969), Joe Kalinowski (1976), Echo Freeman Louissaint (2001), James Luker (1957), Barry McNulty (1980), Bob Oksa (1973), Leigh Romanowski (1959) and James Stewart (1997).

It is always a great evening of celebration and a great opportunity to see friends and classmates of Maynard High School.  The festivities will include a cocktail hour (with cash bar) followed by a buffet dinner from 6:30 PM to 8 PM, followed by the induction ceremony and ending with a social.

This banquet is open to all!  Tickets are available for $40/ea until November 10th (or until sold out) by calling (978) 764-5279, (978) 897.7894 or by emailing mjtbrannelly@comcast.net  or edmully@msn.com .  

The board members of MHSAHF also have tickets for sale.  Feel free to contact Jennifer Adams, Mary Brannelly, Ted Donnelly, Liz Fairweather,  Terry Lamoureux, Bill Mullin, Ed Mullin or  Herb Symes. Tables of 10 may also be reserved.  Whether you are young or older, you won’t want to miss this opportunity to celebrate the great achievements of Maynard’s past student athletes!  View our website at http://mhsahof.wixsite.com/athletes to see the list of past years' inductees.


If you know an athlete who you feel deserves to be inducted into the MHS Athletic Hall of Fame at a future Induction Ceremony,  please go to the website and complete a nomination form  Additionally, donations are always greatly appreciated and may be forwarded to the MHSAHF, PO Box 56, Maynard, MA 01754.  The Hall of Fame is a non-profit organization under Section 501 ( c ) ( 3 ) and donations are tax deductible.

Thursday, November 9, 2017

Superintendent's Notes

Student Recognition

·       Congratulations to the all of students who were inducted into the National Honor Society last week.  This is a special accomplishment that our school community is very proud of. 

·       Congratulations Madelyn Botasso, Aaron Jacob, & Eva Charbonneau.  Their video MIAA "Maddie, Eva, Jacob" came in second place in the 2017 MIAA New England Patriots Sports Video Competition.   

·       Congratulations to the WAVM students Charlie Fitzsimmons, Joel Stenhouse, Justin Wilkins, and Max Bakalos.  Their creative unboxing video was filmed as a result of their setting up of the new video editing computers we were able to purchase for the WAVM program through our technology funds.

Executives at Apple saw the video they created online and were so impressed they decided to donate over $5,000.00 worth of professional television production apps to all of the students at Maynard High School. 

Program Recognition

I am proud that Maynard High School is leading the way in CPR and AED Training for all students.  We have worked for several years with Robert Schriever of the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Association who provide free training in CPR and the use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED).  Those students who would like CPR certification can get that at their own expense.

Many districts do not provide this training.  As a result of our programs and relationship with the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Association, we were asked to write a letter of support for the Massachusetts Legislation HB #3733.  This legislation would require CPR and AED training as a graduation requirement. 

Fill the Truck Fun Run to Benefit Open Table

The Maynard Running Club, in cooperation with Girl Scout Troops 66250 and 72620, is sponsoring a “Fill the Truck” fun run and food drive to benefit Open Table.  We will be gathering on Saturday November 18 at about 8am at Serendipity Cafe to do a fun run (with 5k and 10k options) around Maynard and to fill the bed of our Ford Ranger with nonperishable donations.

We’d love to invite any or all of the Maynard Schools Community to participate, whether by running, jogging, walking, or biking along with members of the running club or socializing with us afterwards.  All ages are welcome.  Donation ideas (i.e. high demand foods) can be found at:  
http://www.opentable.org/food-drive/.  Also, paper and reusable canvas shopping bags will be collected for use at the pantry.

Contact Amie at 
amiehesbach@gmail.com for further details.

Thank you!

Important Events and Reminders:    
                                                                                                 
In an effort to streamline the Superintendent’s Notes, I will provide important upcoming events or announcements that have already been posted in previous Superintendent’s Notes in this section.

Support the Maynard Education Foundation when you dine at Not Your Average Joe's on any Tuesday in November

Come enjoy a great meal and help raise funds for the Maynard Education Foundation (MEF) when you dine at Not Your Average Joe's in Acton any Tuesday during the month of November.

Present a certificate (available at www.maynardeducation.org) or simply mention that you are a MEF supporter to your server when you dine in or order take-out, and Not Your Average Joe's will donate 15% of your purchase to MEF. (Excluding alcohol, tax, and gratuity.)  As an added bonus, learn how you can enter to win a gift certificate to NYAJs on the MEF website!

Proceeds benefit MEF's grant program that fund new learning opportunities within the Maynard Public Schools.  Thank you for your support! 

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

Massachusetts estimates that over 35,000 children living in the Commonwealth are being raised by grandparents, and this number is increasing at a alarming rate.  With encouragement and support from the Massachusetts Commission on Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, a local support group for residents of the communities in northwestern Middlesex County is being formed.  Grandparents raising Grandchildren will meet monthly to help each other as they navigate through the challenges and joys they face, and become informed about the resources available to grandparents. 

The meetings will be held at the Acton Senior Center (30 Sudbury Road, Acton, MA)
on the third Tuesday of each month from 11:00 am to 12:30pm.  For more information please email Joe O’Leary at j.j.oleary@comcast.net or call 978-897-9595.

DON’T MISS THE 7th MAYNARD HALL OF FAME
 BANQUET AND INDUCTION CEREMONY

The Maynard High School Athletic Hall of Fame (MHSAHF) Board is excited to announce its 7th Hall of Fame Banquet and Induction Ceremony  scheduled for Saturday, November 18, 2017, 6 PM to 11:00 PM at the Maynard Lodge of Elks, 34 Powder Mill Road, Maynard.  The past six events have been a huge success and have sold out!

We are proud to announce the 7th set of inductees to the Maynard High School Hall of Fame: Brianna Freeman Azier (2001), Christopher Cavazza (1989), Steve Curcio (1989), Douglas Cush (1969), Joe Kalinowski (1976), Echo Freeman Louissaint (2001), James Luker (1957), Barry McNulty (1980), Bob Oksa (1973), Leigh Romanowski (1959) and James Stewart (1997).

It is always a great evening of celebration and a great opportunity to see friends and classmates of Maynard High School.  The festivities will include a cocktail hour (with cash bar) followed by a buffet dinner from 6:30 PM to 8 PM, followed by the induction ceremony and ending with a social.

This banquet is open to all!  Tickets are available for $40/ea until November 10th (or until sold out) by calling (978) 764-5279, (978) 897.7894 or by emailing mjtbrannelly@comcast.net  or edmully@msn.com .  

The board members of MHSAHF also have tickets for sale.  Feel free to contact Jennifer Adams, Mary Brannelly, Ted Donnelly, Liz Fairweather,  Terry Lamoureux, Bill Mullin, Ed Mullin or  Herb Symes. Tables of 10 may also be reserved.  Whether you are young or older, you won’t want to miss this opportunity to celebrate the great achievements of Maynard’s past student athletes!  View our website at http://mhsahof.wixsite.com/athletes to see the list of past years' inductees.

If you know an athlete who you feel deserves to be inducted into the MHS Athletic Hall of Fame at a future Induction Ceremony,  please go to the website and complete a nomination form  Additionally, donations are always greatly appreciated and may be forwarded to the MHSAHF, PO Box 56, Maynard, MA 01754.  The Hall of Fame is a non-profit organization under Section 501 ( c ) ( 3 ) and donations are tax deductible.
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