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9/16/2015

posted Sep 16, 2015, 6:14 AM by Valerie Kowalik
Young Pathfinder golf team put in a great effort against Mahar yesterday, losing 3 to 21. First year player Adam Dean had his first par! Next match will be tomorrow at home against Smith Academy. 

This Sunday, our Collision Repair program will be holding our 23rd annual car show out in the front parking lot. The shoe starts at 9am and ends around 3pm. Come out and see some great vehicles. There will be food and a DJ.

​A driver's education class is scheduled to begin on Tuesday September 29th. Students must be 15 years, 9 months or older to sign up​. For more information please contact Belmont Driving School at www.belmontdrivingschool.com


​Students are reminded that they are not allowed to go out to their vehicles during the day, you need to get everything that you will need for the day before coming into the building in the morning. ​Students are not allowed to have food or drinks outside of the cafe.


Juniors may start picking up their parking permit applications today.


   School pictures for 9th and 11th grades will be on Monday the 21st of September and school pictures for 10th grade will be on Monday the 28th of September. You may pick up picture order forms in the reception office.


So far we have the following 6 college reps scheduled to come to Pathfinder during the month of September to meet with students interested in hearing about their institution:

Mass College of Liberal Arts (MCLA)                       Southern Vermont College


Rivier College                                                           Western New England University


UMass Amherst                                                         American International College (AIC)


            Stop by Guidance to learn more or to sign up to attend any of these presentations.



A free college fair is being held at Western New England University in Springfield on Sunday, September 20th from 2-4 p.m.  Pathfinder students and their families are invited. Representatives from over 150 colleges and universities from New England and beyond will be in attendance.  A list of participating institutions is available in Guidance.    



This years first activity period will be next Wednesday morning if you would like to hold a meeting with your group please email Ms. Bearce. 


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