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Welcome to New Faculty Member, Pete Charbonneau!

Friday, June 15, 2018

Pete Charbonneau Math & Science Teacher B.S. University of Massachusetts – Lowell M.S. University of Colorado – Boulder Pete was born and raised in Massachusetts. He graduated from the University of Massachusetts-Lowell with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics. He enlisted in the US Army in the fall and served his first tour of … Read More

2018 Commencement

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

The Sage School Celebrates the Class of 2018 Commencement ceremonies were held Friday, June 8 for the graduating Class of 2018. The following students graduated from The Sage School: Dermot D., Nicolas O., and Kyle R. of Foxboro Sravya L. and Leah V. of Plainville Jazzi B. and Surya S. of Sharon Oscar C. of … Read More

A Focus on Well-Being for the 2018 Project Fair

Thursday, May 31, 2018

The Sage School Project Fair is much more than an interdisciplinary project. It is a year-long study generated by the passion and curiosity of Sage students. Because they choose their project topic, students are intrinsically motivated to spend months researching, studying, experimenting, collaborating, and finally presenting their discoveries to a large audience. This year’s Project … Read More

An Evening in the Makerspace!

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

It’s not every day that parents have theopportunity to work in a makerspace and participate in a project using all of the latest equipment. Last week, Sage Leadership Society members and all donors who gave during the “Raise the Paddle” portion at the 2017 Annual Fund Gala and Auction were treated to a fun night of “making” in … Read More

2018 Gala and Auction

Friday, May 18, 2018

Parents, faculty, staff, and friends of Sage enjoyed a fantastic evening of great food, music, bidding, and dancing at the 2018 Annual Fund Gala and Auction on May 12! Held at TPC Boston in Norton, the highly anticipated event (postponed from March 3 due to blizzard power outages) was an overwhelming success! Thanks to the support of … Read More