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Dexter Regional High School recently held its Homecoming Week. During the Annual Homecoming Dance that was held on Saturday, October 7th the following students were crowned as the Homecoming Court. Pictured from left to right: Grade 9: Lord Parker Ponte, Lady Cheyenne Beem, Grade 10: Duke Alejandro (Alex) Alatorre Aguila, Duchess Cloe Mountain, Grade 11: Prince David Kirshkaln, Princess Isabella Adam, and Grade 12: King Tyler Beem, Queen Lily Cummings.
Ridge View Community School (RVCS) first graders went on an apple picking field trip to Treworgy Apple Orchard in Levant on Wednesday, September 27th. Fifty-three students participated in this activity that supported their knowledge on the growing of apple and plants. The RVCS PTO. supported this activity with the help of each student. The warm fall weather provided fun and enjoyment for the students. 
Crystal Adkins, Alexis Collis, Joshua Fogg, Cory Genereux, Lakiah Lee, Colin Mountain, Dana Nightingale, Cannan Peirce, Jacob Richard, Nathaniel Schoopman, Camaron Walton, Aurora-Star Wing, Hailey Young and Mrs. Flemke.
In honor of Fire Safety Week, Fireman, Tim Vashon continued his 26 year tradition and brought a fire truck to the Kidsville Pre-School class. He reviewed and demonstrated basic fire safety with the children. He explained each piece of equipment as he put it on and then demonstrated to each child how he would carry them from their homes in case of a fire. Each child received a fire hat and treat bag from Fireman Tim.

Pictured from left to right: Michael Smith, Nash Butler, Charlie Kinney, Elliot Wade, Tommy Kinney, and Fireman Tim.

Silas Price of Canaan was among a record number of graduates presented with diplomas at UMass Lowell’s 2017 Commencement exercises on Saturday, May 13th at the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell. Price received a Bachelor of Music degree in sound recording technology. UMass Lowell is a national research university located on a high-energy campus in the heart of a global community. The university offers its 18,000 students bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in business, education, engineering, fine arts, health, humanities, sciences and social
Lasell College welcomed over 400 students from the United States and around the world to its Newton, Massachusetts campus in September 2017. Included in the newest group of students was Zachary White of Exeter. Zachary joins the college as a graduate from Dexter Regional High School, and as of today, has been a member of the Lasell community for nearly three weeks. New students have had the opportunity to participate in Lasell Laser Welcome Weekend, a Connected Learning Convocation, Study Abroad Fair and Student Activities Fair, where over 60 clubs and organizations shared options to become further involved on campus. Lasell offers more than 50 academic programs that engage students in an active learning environment rooted in connections across industries and interests. Majors offered include Athletic Training, Business, Communications, Criminal Justice, Education, Event Management, Fashion, History, Legal Studies, Sociology, and Sport Management, among many others. For more information visit