Whitin Intermediate School

Uxbridge, Massachusetts

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  • Whitin Weekly March 29th

    Whitin Weekly March 29th

    Staff are working to update the remote learning focus now that the school closure has been extended. Teachers are working on developing a daily and weekly schedule for each grade level which includes daily activities both digital and non digital for students to complete.

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  • Whitin Weekly March 8

    Whitin Weekly March 8

    The following is the update for the week of March 8, 2020

    Math Club: Those interested in Math Club we will have our first meeting tomorrow after school for anyone who can make it. We will meet in the Whitin library from 2:05-3:00. Students participating in math club will be dismissed at 3:00 from the front door of the school.

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  • Whitin Weekly February 23

    Whitin Weekly February 23

    We hope everyone had a great winter break. We enter into a very busy time of the school year with MCAS test prep, spring sports starting, ending trimester 2 and continuing to move through the curriculum in all content areas.

    This week students will start a new exploratory rotation. The students will get their new exploratory classes in homeroom Monday morning.

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  • Whitin Weekly March 1

    Whitin Weekly March 1

    A reminder that Friday is a half day of school. Dismissal for Whitin is 10:40.

    Track and Field: We are happy to announce that 5th graders will be allowed to participate in the Whitin Track team this year. If your 5th grader is interested in track and field please sign up through FamilyId: https://www.familyid.com/organizations/uxbridge-public-schools

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  • Whitin Weekly February 9th

    Whitin Weekly February 9th

    Cell Phone use and visiting the nurse:

    We have seen an increase in students using their phones during the school day asking parents or families members to pick them up early from school when they are not feeling well. This is against school policy and causes many issues at school. Cell phones are not allowed to be used by students during the school day. In addition, it is expected that if a student is not feeling well they are to go to the nurse to be evaluated. The nurse is the only person who can evaluate students and determine if they need to be picked up early from school. If that determination is made, the nurse will contact a family member for the student to be picked up.

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The Whitin School

  • Principal Picture  Mr. Irvine
    Assistant Principal 
    Gregory Irvine
    120 Granite Street
    Phone: 508-278-8640
    Grades: 4-7 Hours: 7:40am-2:05pm
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