For several years now, Triton Gradventure has offered graduating seniors an all-night, safe, substance-free experience upon graduation.

This program is set to end this year as the co-chair of the event – Danielle Phillips – is moving on as her children have all graduated from Triton. Anyone interested in chairing the event (or co-chairing) is invited to contact Phillips at for more information.


Bus routes for the Triton Regional School District are now posted and can be found at: According to Superintendent Brian Forget, many routes remain the same, but confirming this is advised.

Questions about the routes should be emailed to Michelle Cresta, school business administrator for Triton, at


First Congregational Church at 175 Main St. is hosting a Sunday school and youth group open house on Sept. 8 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Those interested in learning more about the program – parents and children – are invited to attend to meet the teachers and hear more about the curriculum, and also enjoy a barbecue, bounce house and other games.

The church’s Sunday school serves children in kindergarten through 12th grade, while the youth group is for those in middle and high schools. For more information about this and other special events at the church, call 978-948-3993.


Triton’s TMPO organization starts the year out with exciting news — the School Committee has approved a trip to Orlando, Florida, in April for high school visual and performing arts students.

The group will audition to march up Main Street USA and sing somewhere in the Disney parks. Members of all high school performing groups, as well as techies and TV production members, are invited.

In addition, eighth-grade members of the marching band are invited. The trip is not mandatory.

There is a cost for the trip and family members may attend as well. For more information, visit or contact Sue Densmore, program coordinator, at

Also, take a look at the upcoming activities for TMPO, including the marching band schedule, at


Students at Pine Grove School will see new changes on the property when they start school — the removal of the old septic system and installation of a new one, installation of new playground equipment, a new roof and reconstruction of the softball field.

Michelle Pelletier Marshall reports on the town of Rowley for The Daily News. She can be reached at

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