Dear MET Parents,
It's amazing to see that the end of the school year has now arrived. I want to thank each and every family for the support that I've felt as head of school for this past school year. The MET has experienced success because of the involvement of our families - our NEASC accreditation is a testament of the hard work of our teachers and the support of our families. There are countless people to whom I owe an expression of gratitude and I couldn't even begin to name them all or the many accomplishments we have experienced together. But I do want to take just a moment to recognize not only our Parent Council but also our many class representatives who have worked tirelessly to help support everything that we do. Your presence makes us a much stronger school!
Dear Elementary Parents,
This will be the last Principal Newsletter of the 2016-2017 school year. It is remarkable looking back on the year how much our students have grown and the experiences we have shared.
This past week our Student Council hosted Spirit Week. Each day students were able to come to school dressed in various fashions exemplifying the values we hold for school spirit, caring, open-mindedness, House Spirit, and creativity! It was such fun to see so many of our students and faculty participating together, and sharing our appreciation for the MET community. Thank you Student Council! Also, thank you to Ms. Varela for mentoring this year's group towards a successful year of student leadership.
Dear Secondary School Parents,
As we conclude another successful school year, there are many things to reflect on, both the positive results and the things we are striving to improve. I feel very fortunate to have been able to work and learn with this remarkable group of students and colleagues, as well as you. The high level of support and appreciation given to the school by our parents has been consistent throughout the year. This attitude transfers to your children, and it makes the school a very pleasant, welcoming and encouraging place for all of us.