Triton Voice

A Trip Back to Second Grade
“Mother Nature’s Gift to the Class of 2018”
Boys Lacrosse Prepares for Upcoming Season
#Enough
President Trump returns to the “drug-infested den”
‘Pizza Hut’ is on its way out
Legal system  addresses minor’s mental health by trying them as adults..um  What?!
Drug testing at schools: Is it Fair?

Drug testing at schools: Is it Fair?

March 19, 2018

When You Sign Up for a Sport, You May be Signing Your ‘Rights’ Away

When You Sign Up for a Sport, You May be Signing Your ‘Rights’ Away

March 16, 2018

Tinker v. Des Moines: You can wear and say what you want… to a point

Tinker v. Des Moines: You can wear and say what you want… to a point

March 15, 2018

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Banning of The Pitbull Terrier
FOCUS on STEM
“Mother Nature’s Gift to the Class of 2018”
A Way to Make up Snow Days
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The Man of the School, Mr. THS
The Origin of The Circle Game
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David Durante, Senior student writer
April 13, 2018

The seniors will have a fun-week before the graduation takes place, but after finals week. This week will consist of specific events planned by the senior class advisors and voted on by the students, earlier this year. The senior week will take place May 25th, until graduation. The plans were made by the senior class officers and senior class advisors. One very important one being our own Mrs. Erin Dempsey. “The 25th will start the week with the Red Sox game, then the 29th we have prom,” s...

Matt Toppi and Maia Perry, Staff Writers
April 8, 2018

Starting with the couple of days that school was cancelled due to power outages back in October, Triton has added on an extra six snow days; adding to a total of nine days that have been called off of school this hyear. All of these snow days are taking away from the legal number of days that a student needs to attend school a year. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, it’s an 180 days average for Massachusetts. There has been talk that if we have three more snow days this...

FOCUS on STEM

Mitchell Wolpert, Staff Writer
April 6, 2018

BAE Systems of Nashua, New Hampshire is offering Triton students and students from nearby schools an amazing opportunity to get hands on instruction in the STEM field of their choice. According to an article from The Muse, “BAE Systems is a premier global defense and security company with approximately 90,000 employees delivering a full range of products and services for air, land and naval forces, as well as...

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Yeti Becomes A New Trend

Alessandra Basile and Meri Fullford
February 9, 2018

Yeti is an Austin, Texas based manufacturer for outdoor lifestyle products such as water bottles, coolers, and other accessories. Yeti is sold in Life is Good, Olympia Sports, Walmart, and many other stores around Byfield. Many students own the Rambler Tumbler and carry it around Triton. These go for $29.99 plus tax on the Yeti website. But, are they really worth the $30 just for a water bottle...

Katie MacDonald, Staff Writer
January 16, 2018

At Triton Regional High School there are many different types of trends; one fashion trend in particular that was made popular by the boys at Triton is the “sock tuck” better known now as the “back tuck.” The sock tuck is just what it sounds like, it is when you tuck the end of the sweatpants into the top of the socks completely. This look was created for style but is also functional, as it keeps the bottom of the sweatpants from dragging on the floor and getting dirty. Since the trend...

Ugg Boots For Men

Emily Muzi, Staff Writer
January 11, 2018

Ugg boots will always be in style for women; but Triton boys are starting a trend of their own. Uggs come in several different styles: Tall boots, short boots, mini boots, slippers and scuffs, button boots, and water resistant. Tall Ugg boots are durable and meant for cold temperatures, and the solution to your winter wonderland problems. This style reaches up to right below the knee. Tall Ugg boots...

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Should Triton Have a Health Teacher?

Rachel Rowe and Katie MacDonald, Staff Writer
April 6, 2018

About $76,000 is a rough estimate for what the cost of adding a health class and teaching position at Triton would be. With the budget currently being in such bad shape, this task is seemingly impossible. A health teacher at Triton High School would teach the students the physical, social, and emotional aspects of dealing with being an adolescent as well as  the everyday decisions that come with...

Emily and Shannon, Staff writers
April 5, 2018

Have you ever bought a water bottle from the cafeteria? Well, if so, have you ever noticed that your water tastes different from normal or the bottle isn’t completely full to the top? Conspiracy theories and suspiciousness has spread throughout the student body of Triton about what we’re really drinking in the Crystal Geyser water bottles at lunch time.   Everyone knows the lunch made in the cafeteria isn’t a prime meal you would get at a restaurant, but no one ever thought abou...

Yeti Becomes A New Trend

Alessandra Basile and Meri Fullford
February 9, 2018

Yeti is an Austin, Texas based manufacturer for outdoor lifestyle products such as water bottles, coolers, and other accessories. Yeti is sold in Life is Good, Olympia Sports, Walmart, and many other stores around Byfield. Many students own the Rambler Tumbler and carry it around Triton. These go for $29.99 plus tax on the Yeti website. But, are they really worth the $30 just for a water bottle...

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Matt Toppi and Maia Perry, Staff Writers
April 8, 2018

Starting with the couple of days that school was cancelled due to power outages back in October, Triton has added on an extra six snow days; adding to a total of nine days that have been called off of school this hyear. All of these snow days are taking away from the legal number of days that a student needs to attend school a year. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, it’s an 180 days average for Massachusetts. There has been talk that if we have three more snow days this...

Vasilios Karamitsios, Staff Writer
April 6, 2018

This segment features some opinions of the idea of senior privileges. Several of the staff from our school and also opinions on those students who are outside of the Triton Community shared information on these Privileges. Mr. Ruggere Mr. Ruggere, principal at Triton said information on the matter. “When I was hired there were no senior privileges, and most of the places I’ve worked at did not have any,” Ruggere said. “I believe a privilege I’ve heard of is leaving campus for lunch wh...

Paige Zukowski, Staff Writer
April 6, 2018

Did you know you could be drug tested at school randomly if you’re an athlete? Although it doesn’t seem fair, it is legal to drug test student athletes. Most people would agree that that is an invasion of privacy, because technically it is. What we do outside of school on our own time should not matter to the school, or affect weather or not you can play a sport. But, due to certain rules and policies schools are allowed to do it. In the case, Vernonia School District v. Acton (1995): A...

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Steve Baiardi, Staff Writer
April 5, 2018

Over the span of three weeks, seven bombs were either found or detonated around the Austin, TX, metro area, injuring six and killing two. The suspect was found and the community was left baffled that something like this could happen so easily. On Sunday March 18th, surveillance cameras captured the suspect, 23-year-old Mark Anthony Conditt of Pflugerville, Texas, dropping off two packages at a FedEx store. Officials used the surveillance footage to identify Mr. Conditt’s vehicle: a red 2002 Ford Ranger. Wi...

Dog Passes Away After Being Stuffed in Overhead Compartment of Plane

Meri Fullford and Alessandra Basile, Staff Writers
April 5, 2018

Imagine being a little girl, and getting your first puppy as a present. The excitement you get whenever you see your puppies adorable face. Then, in only under a year, you lose your precious puppy. This was the case for 11-year-old Sophia Ceballos, whose 10 month old French Bulldog was killed after being stuffed in the overhead compartment of a United Airlines flight. According to NBC news, as...

Vasilios Karamitsios, Staff Writer
April 5, 2018

Airport security is an important screening to ensure the safety of flying. But is our security service as strong as it could be? Often times the security lines in airports can take up to an hour leaving many people curious to why they do not have every security line open or why they don’t hire more security guards. This delay can cause passengers to miss their flights leading into rage. Therefore a change in airport security could ultimately reduce the stress of an airport as well as improve e...

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#ENOUGH Speech to Students

March 26, 2018

March 14 Walkout Speech to Students

March 26, 2018

Tinker v. Des Moines

March 22, 2018

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Print Edition for 11-20-2017

Print Edition for 11-20-2017

November 17, 2017

Print Edition for 11-10-2017

Print Edition for 11-10-2017

November 17, 2017

Triton Voice Print Edition 10-27-2017

Triton Voice Print Edition 10-27-2017

November 2, 2017

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The Man of the School, Mr. THS
  • The Origin of The Circle Game February 15, 2018
  • Do You Believe in Magic? February 11, 2018
  • Fortnite: Battle Royale a new Triton obsession February 9, 2018
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FOCUS on STEM
Test reveals that web sites target you for ads

Test reveals that web sites target you for ads

April 5, 2018

The Death one of the Worlds Greatest Minds

April 5, 2018

Media Fast, February 28, 2018

April 1, 2018

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A Way to Make up Snow Days

Nathaniel Schmuch, Staff Writer
April 5, 2018

Blizzard bags are a way to not fall behind on schoolwork on a snow day. This is done by putting a full days worth of schoolwork into a bag and doing it while at home during a snow day. This new idea has been adopted by both Amesbury and Masconomet. It lets students not fall anymore behind, on the teachers schedule, then they already have during the other snow days. Many students at Triton think that...

Revisiting a Triton Alumni

Jonathan Reilly and William Karantonis, Staff Writers
March 30, 2018

Triton alum and current second grade teacher Jess Reusch at Pine Grove School has been employed for over six months. During the beginning of the school year she was interviewed about her first impressions of teaching. She spoke about how even though getting used to the experience was jarring, she knew that her true passion lies in teaching. Now with over half of the school year completed the Trito...

Reading Buddies

Aliyah Frasca
February 11, 2018

A group of Triton’s high school students are currently in the process of writing fairy tales and folktales for second graders at Salisbury Elementary. Each student was given the name of a second grader to write a story for, and they will read and give it to them to keep when the high schoolers visit them in a month or so after they have completed their books. “I think that kids in high school become v...

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