The South Shore Vocational Technical High School Student Support Services Parent Advisory Counsel (SSS PAC) is an organization of parent volunteers that collaborates with the school on issues involving all aspects of student support services, including special education, Title One and Section 504.
Please visit http://ssvtpac.webs.com for more information.
Letter from the Principal for Seniors
The South Shore Parents Association consists of parents of students in grades 9 through 12. The association has an open door policy to all parents of students at South Shore Vocational Technical High School.
Throughout the year, the association conducts various fundraising activities. Each year, the association supports tooling and academic scholarships as well as many various requests for monetary support for activities throughout the school.
A newsletter is published four times a year. This newsletter covers activities throughout the school and is mailed to the parents of all students. New members are always welcome.
President - Barbara Young
Secretary - JoAnn Goodwin
Treasurer - Judy Pucci
All meetings at held in the Teachers' Room at 6:30 pm.
2012-2013 Meeting dates: 9/12, 10/10, 11/14, 1/9, 3/13, 4/10, 5/8, 6/12.
Check out the Parents Association Website to keep abreast of upcoming events.
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The South Shore Regional School Council was established under the guidelines of the Educational Reform Act. Its purpose is to increase collaboration between all school and community stakeholders and to plan for future improvements.
The School Council consists of the principal, parents, teachers, community members and students. The council has a role in shaping the policies and programs of the school. At the end of each school year, the council submits a School Improvement Plan to the School Committee.
The council schedules six meetings per year. Meetings are viewed as problem solving sessions. Communication between all involved in the decision making process can lead to a commitment of positive change for the betterment of all involved in the educational process here at South Shore.
2011-2012 School Council Members
Christine Ashburn - Parent
Margaret Dutch - Principal
Matthew Fallano - Faculty
Melissa McLaughlin - Parent
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Click here to view forms that have been mailed home.
Home Language Survey (this survey is available on our home page, or, if more convenient, you may print it out and return a hard copy to the school)
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South Shore Vocational Technical High School is excited to provide parents with Nutrikids, a safe and secure portal for funding your child’s meal account with the school. This service also provides parents the ability to view your child’s account balance and food choices as well as setting up a low balance email alert through a Website called MySchoolBucks.com. Your child will receive a student ID card which allows them to access their electronic account.
Lunches cannot be charged. A student needs cash or a balance on their account to purchase lunch. There are three options for depositing funds for cafeteria purchases:
Pay online: www.myscholbucks.com The Point of Sale System charges a convenience fee of $1.95 per deposit transaction. By depositing $50.00 or more your child will be credited with one free lunch to offset the cost of the convenience fee. Parents placing money into multiple meal accounts will only be assessed one fee per deposit transaction. SSVT does not profit from the use of this site.
Check: A check may be brought to the cafeteria for deposit into your child’s individual account. Checks are to be made payable to “South Shore Regional School District”. Please make sure your child’s name is printed clearly on the check to insure credit. Checks must be brought to the cafeteria before 10:00 A.M. You may also mail Checks to Deb Beary 476 Webster Street, Hanover, MA 02339.
Cash: You or your child can bring in cash to be deposited into their account. Parents should bring in cash between 8:30am-10:00am. Students may deposit cash during lunch when going through the lunch line.
Balances remaining on the meal account at the end of the school year are not refundable but may be carried over to the next school year or to another family member. Parents should plan accordingly.
Seniors must pay all charges before being allowed to participate in Graduation Ceremonies.
It's important that you, the parent, maintain a positive balance on your child's lunch account. Monthly deposits must be made in order to continue to use the POS system. Please check the balance often so as not to stop service on your child's account. Lunch: $2.75, Deli Bar: $3.25, Reduced Lunch: $0.40, Breakfast: $1.75. Free and reduce applications are found in the main office or food services department or can be downloaded here.
Visit https://www.myschoolbucks.com to add money to your child's account.
If you are opening a new account for online payment of your child's school lunch, click here for instructions on setting up an account (you will need your child's 4-digit student ID). Your child was given this number the first day of school. If you cannot locate your child's ID contact Mrs. Beary in the school cafeteria for assistance. 781.878.8822 x423.
If you previously had an account with MyNutrikids.com you'll notice that there is a new website for adding money to your child's account - http://www.MySchoolBucks.com. You can continue to use the same username and password you had set up with MyNutrikids.com and any funds you had remaining in your nutrikids account have been transferred to the MySchoolBucks account.
Click here for an FAQ regarding the change and click here for step-by-step instructions on using the new site.
Questions or concerns, please call 781.878.8822 x423.
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