Monday, January 27, 2020

Franklin Historical Museum - Chris Woolf - "How Russian meddling impacted the American Revolution" - Feb 9, 2020

As our Second Sunday Speaker Series continues in February 2020, we welcome local resident and historian Chris Woolf as he discusses ‘How Russian meddling impacted the American Revolution’. Russia was one of the great powers of the 18th century and, while far off, its decisions had an impact on the outcome of the American Revolution. 

Although the title of the topic is a little provocative, as it plays on modern headlines, it mostly focuses on two interesting diplomatic events that helped shape the course of the war. It’s a good reminder that the revolution ended the way it did.

Chris Woolf is the ‘History Guy’. He is news Editor of public radio’s The World (the public radio production of the BBC, PRX and WGBH). Also Co-founder and Chief Operating Officer at The Voice Depot. Chris is a storyteller and lover of history who enjoys analyzing and explaining international relations, historical issues, foreign policy, defense issues, military operations, strategic thinking, etc. etc. 

Join us on Sunday, February 9 at 1:10 PM for his historic and unique look at the American War for Independence. 

The Second Sunday Speaker Series is supported by the Friends of the Franklin Historical Museum. The museum is located at 80 West Central Street. We are ADA compliant, admission is always free and donations are gratefully accepted.

Catherine the Great of Russia
Catherine the Great of Russia

FM #195 - Franklin Matters integration update

FM #195

This is the Franklin Matters radio show, number 195 in the series, now collaborating with Franklin.TV and Franklin Public Radio (wfpr.fm).

I want to take a few minutes of your time to provide some updates on how the integration of Franklin Matters with the Franklin TV and Radio operations are going. In case you missed it, at the end of September I retired from my full time corporate position with John Hancock. I chose the timing carefully to allow for me to conduct the candidate interviews in the run up to the Franklin Biennial election in November.

In that effort, I managed to publish the interviews with 19 of 21 of the candidates for the Town Council and School Committee. Some of the interviews were published as audio files, some as text. Most were conducted in person, although some were conducted via email. While I can rest assured that the voters should have been better prepared than previous years. I still found folks who had no idea what I was doing and the information that I was publishing. I will not rest knowing that we did have a small turnout.

On the plus side, the election day results were broadcast live from the FHS gymnasium. Frank Falvey and I conducted on the spot interviews with candidates and others waiting for the results in the gym. We had queued up some segments that were pre-recorded with the Town Clerks Teresa Burr and Nancy Danello, and Franklin historian James Johnston to work into the live broadcast. Frank also prepared about an hour long program with election music that was broadcast as the lead in to our live show.

While I knew going live was going to be a first, that this was also the first time that the Franklin Radio station had ever been live was a surprise to me. I was very nice to find out we had set two records at the same time. I look forward to more live broadcasts. 2020 will a significant election year. The Presidential Primary is in March with the State Primary (includes the MA state senate and representative seats) in September, followed by the Presidential election in November.

In short, the integrations are going well. I am having a great time. I am continuing to learn and share what I learn. I am able to spend more time leisurely walking about town, mostly going from meeting to meeting, My reporting while walking around will be better for the time spent.

I have been provisioned with recording equipment to create a mobile studio. While my own personal device still functions well, I’ll now use it as a back up to the high quality equipment from the studio. As I learn the tips and tricks in using this new equipment, the recordings I make in the smaller Municipal Building conference rooms and 3rd Floor Training room should all sound much better. You will benefit from better audio quality. Franklin TV and Radio will benefit by having my mobile unit expand the coverage they already provide from the Council Chambers, and the studio on 23 Hutchinson St.

In addition to the meetings that I record, I’ll be adding more interviews with key Franklin individuals. For example, Karen Alves, the Senior Center Director, recently provided an outlook at the programs being offered. I have more in process to help us all understand the variety and quality of the offerings that the senior center provides to the seniors, veterans, and to other members of the Franklin community.

Cathleen Liberty, the new Health Director, met with me recently to record the introductory session of what we believe will be a series on the Health Dept and the work they do. EEE caught a lot of news last year and the coronavirus is all over the news currently so we’ll likely be back sooner than later with an update on how Franklin is preparing.

My primary focus for reporting remains to ‘follow the money.’ You will continue to get timely and accurate reporting from the Town Council, School Committee, and Finance Committee meetings.

Given the additional time I have, I will expand my focus to also include items on the ‘quality of life’ here in Franklin. While the budget is a key priority, we also need to have constructive discussions around what we want Franklin to be. How do we prioritize the budget to achieve this? For example, 2028 is coming closer each day. What is 2028? 2028 will be the 250th anniversary of the creation of Franklin.What will life here be like? How much would Ben Franklin recognize? How much would he approve?

Your input will be looked for as the year progresses. For example, what would a web page with Franklin TV, Franklin Radio, and Franklin Matters look like? What info would you expect to find there? These questions and others will come along as we continue to integrate Franklin Matters and its digital news feed into the video and radio feeds. These are exciting times.

You have heard me say before, this podcast is my public service effort for Franklin but I can't do it alone. I can always use your help.

How can you help?

  • If you can use the information that you find here, please tell your friends and neighbors.
  • If you don't like this, please let me know.


Through this feedback loop we can continue to make improvements.
Thank you for listening.

For additional information, please visit Franklinmatters.org/
If you have questions or comments you can reach me directly at shersteve @ gmail dot com

The music for the intro and exit was provided by Michael Clark and the group "East of Shirley". The piece is titled "Ernesto, manana" c. Michael Clark & Tintype Tunes, 2008 and used with their permission.

I hope you enjoy!

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FM #195 - Franklin Matters integration update
FM #195 - Franklin Matters integration update


Rotary Club of Franklin to host wine tasting fundraiser @Pour Richard's

From the Wicked Local/Franklin, article of interest for Franklin:
"The Rotary Club of Franklin will host its wine tasting fundraiser from 6 to 8 p.m. Jan. 30 at Pour Richard’s, 14 Grove St., Franklin, with a tasting comparing European and American wines. 
This year the Rotary Club of Franklin celebrates its 90th anniversary. For almost a century, this organization has been serving the Town of Franklin and the surrounding communities of Norfolk, Medway, Wrentham and Bellingham. 
Among the many contributions to these communities, Rotary has consistently provided scholarships to graduating high school seniors. These grants have helped many young people further their education and allowing them to realize their dreams."
Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required)
https://franklin.wickedlocal.com/news/20200124/rotary-club-of-franklin-to-host-wine-tasting-fundraiser

Rotary Club of Franklin to host wine tasting fundraiser @Pour Richard's
Rotary Club of Franklin to host wine tasting fundraiser @Pour Richard's

Register O'Donnell Promotes Registry of Deeds Internet Research



Norfolk County Registry of Deeds

Register O'Donnell Promotes Registry of Deeds Internet Research

Register of Deeds William P. O'Donnell again reminds Norfolk County residents that you do not have to spend time and money driving to the Registry to view land records since they are available online via the Registry's internet-based document research system at www.norfolkdeeds.org.

"Providing secure, accurate and accessible land record information, coupled with our on-site customer service center, is central to our work here at the Norfolk County Registry of Deeds," stated Register O'Donnell.

Elaborating on the Registry's research capabilities, O'Donnell noted, "Users are able to research land record information by multiple options, including the name of the property owner and property address. Members of the public can access our internet-based document research system for many endeavors such as determining property ownership, researching land titles, reviewing land plans (only plans which are recorded at the Registry) and finally to confirm that documents affecting a person's property, such as mortgage discharges, have been recorded."

The Registry's website also provides information on how to obtain certified copies of land documents. The Registry's certified copy charges are $1.00 per page plus an additional $1.00 per document for postage.
In conclusion, Register O'Donnell stated, "Our core mission here at the Norfolk County Registry of Deeds includes providing our users with first-class customer service each and every day. Norfolk County residents and businesses deserve a Registry of Deeds that provides them with access to land record information in an easily accessible and consumer friendly manner. The Registry website www.norfolkdeeds.org does that by bringing the Registry records into your homes and businesses."

To learn more about these and other Registry of Deeds events and initiatives, like us at facebook.com/NorfolkDeeds or follow us on twitter.com/NorfolkDeeds and/or Instagram.com/NorfolkDeeds.

The Norfolk County Registry of Deeds is located at 649 High Street in Dedham. The Registry is a resource for homeowners, title examiners, mortgage lenders, municipalities and others with a need for secure, accurate, accessible land record information. All land record research information can be found on the Registry's website www.norfolkdeeds.org. Residents in need of assistance can contact the Registry of Deeds Customer Service Center via telephone at (781) 461-6101, or email us at registerodonnell@norfolkdeeds.org.


Register William P. O'Donnell

Norfolk County Registry of Deeds

phone: 781-234-3336
Norfolk County Registry of Deeds, 649 High Street, Dedham,, MA 02026-1831


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Register O'Donnell Promotes Registry of Deeds Internet Research
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FTC Data Shows that the FTC Received Nearly 1.7 Million Fraud Reports, and FTC Lawsuits Returned $232 Million to Consumers in 2019


New data released by the Federal Trade Commission shows that FTC actions led to more than $232 million in refunds to consumers across the country in 2019.

A core part of the FTC's mission is to return money to consumers who are harmed by illegal business practices. Over the last four years, consumers have cashed more than $1 billion in FTC refund checks.

Refunds to Consumers
Refunds to Consumers
In addition to refunds, the newly released data also shows that the FTC received 3.2 million reports to its Consumer Sentinel Network in 2019. Reports from around the country about consumer protection issues are a key resource for FTC investigations that stop illegal activities and, when possible, provide refunds to consumers.

The most common type of fraud reported to the FTC in 2019 was imposter scams; government imposter scams, in particular, were the most frequently reported, and up more than 50 percent since 2018. Of all reports received, the top categories were identity theft, imposter scams, telephone and mobile services, online shopping, and credit bureaus.

Refunds to Consumers

Consumer Sentinel Infographic: there were 3.2 million reports in 2019 in which consumers reported losing more than $1.9 billion to fraud.The FTC Act allows the FTC to seek refunds from companies whose actions harm consumers.

Consumer Sentinel Network
Consumer Sentinel Network
During 2019, more than 1.9 million consumers cashed FTC checks received as a result of law enforcement cases. When consumers don't cash their refund checks, the FTC uses that money to send additional mailings to ensure the maximum amount of money is returned to consumers. Any remaining refund money is sent to the U.S. Treasury.

For the first time, data about the FTC's refund program will be available online in an interactive dashboard, including state-by-state and case-by-case breakdowns of the amount refunded to consumers. The dashboard is available at ftc.gov/exploredata.

The FTC's Consumer Sentinel Network is a database that receives reports directly from consumers, as well as from federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies and a number of private partners. The network received 3.2 million reports in 2019, including nearly 1.7 million fraud reports as well as identity theft and other reports.

Consumers reported losing more than $1.9 billion to fraud in 2019, with nearly $667 million lost to imposter scams alone. While scammers target consumers using every possible method of communication, phone calls were the most common. A small percentage of consumers who reported they encountered a fraud over the phone said they actually lost money. When they did, the median individual loss was more than $1,000.

The FTC uses the reports it receives through the Sentinel network as the starting point for most of its law enforcement investigations, and the agency also shares these reports with more than 2,500 law enforcement users around the country. While the FTC does not respond to individual complaints, Sentinel reports are a vital part of the agency's law enforcement mission.

Refunds to Consumers
https://www.ftc.gov/enforcement/cases-proceedings/refunds/data-refunds-consumers

FTC Data to Explore   
https://www.ftc.gov/reports/consumer-sentinel-network-data-book-2019
 

FSPA Musical Theater Program to present “Disaster!” - Feb 1-2

The Franklin School for the Performing Arts (FSPA) Musical Theater program will present “Disaster!” at THE BLACK BOX. This features an all-student youth cast on February 1 at 1:00 and 4:00 PM and an all-student teen cast on February 8 at 2:00 and 7:30 PM. Earthquakes, tidal waves, infernos, and the unforgettable songs of the '70s take center stage in Broadway’s side-splitting homage to classic disaster films.

With extensive programs in music, dance, and drama all housed under one roof, FSPA is uniquely positioned to offer an immersive interdisciplinary musical theater experience. Younger students explore the exciting world of musical theater with an introduction to basic skills in singing, acting, and dancing, while older and more advanced students build upon this foundation with increasingly challenging repertoire, technique, and scene work. 

Musical theater history and audition technique round out the department’s hands-on, multi-disciplinary opportunities. Alumni of FSPA’s Musical Theater program have gone on to perform on Broadway, in national tours, regional theater, cruise ships, and other venues around the world.

For tickets to “Disaster!” and more information on FSPA’s offerings, visit www.FSPAonline.com or call 508-528-8668. Performed .

 
FSPA Musical Theater Program to present “Disaster!” - Feb 1-2
FSPA Musical Theater Program to present “Disaster!” - Feb 1-2

Sunday, January 26, 2020

Franklin, MA: School Committee - Agenda - Jan 28, 2020

Vision Statement
The Franklin Public Schools will foster within its students the knowledge and skills to find and achieve satisfaction in life as productive global citizens.

A G E N D A
“The listing of matters are those reasonably anticipated by the Chair which may be discussed at the meeting. Not all items listed may in fact be discussed and other items not listed may also be brought up for discussion to the extent permitted by law.”


I. Routine Business
A. Review of Agenda
B. Citizen’s Comments
In the spirit of open communication, “the Committee will hold a public participation segment (also called Citizen’s Comments) about matters not related to an agenda item at the beginning of each regular School Committee meeting. The Committee will listen to, but not respond to any comment made…. A Committee member may add an agenda item to a future meeting as a result of a citizen comment…. The Committee will hear public comments related to an agenda item when the Chair deems appropriate during the Committee meeting. Topics for discussion during the meeting must be limited to those items listed on the Committee meeting agenda for that evening…. ” - from Policy BEDH
C. FHS Student Representative Comments
D. Superintendent’s Report

II. Guests/Presentations
A. FHS Program of Study Update
B. Homework Update

III. Discussion/Action Items
A. 2020-2021 School Calendar
I recommend adoption of the proposed 2020-2021 School Calendar as discussed.
 https://www.franklinps.net/district/meeting-packets/files/disc-action-calendar

B. Policy - First Reading
I recommend moving Policy EEAE – School Bus Safety to a second reading as discussed.
 https://www.franklinps.net/district/meeting-packets/files/disc-b-policy

IV. Discussion Only Items
A. ACCEPT Annual Report
B. BICO Annual Report

V. Information Matters
A. School Committee Sub-Committee Reports (e.g. Ad Hoc Supt. Evaluation, Ad Hoc Facilities Analysis, Budget, Community Relations/Public Schools Advocacy, Policy, Transportation)
B. School Committee Liaison Reports (e.g. Joint PCC, Substance Abuse Task Force, School Wellness Advisory Council)

VI. New Business
A. To discuss any future agenda items

VII. Consent Agenda
A. Minutes
a. I recommend approval of the minutes from the December 10, 2019 School Committee meeting as detailed.
b. I recommend approval of the revised minutes from the November 26, 2019 School Committee meeting as detailed.

B. FHS Scholarship
I recommend acceptance of three checks totaling $250.00 for the Jacqueline Schaeffer Memorial Scholarship as follows:
  • Shanna Culloty Jobin $100.00 
  • Sean S. Jobin $100.00 
  • Maura C. Schaeffer $ 50.00
C. Davis Thayer Gift
I recommend acceptance of two checks totaling $375.00 as detailed:
  • $75.00 Leuders Environmental, Inc. for in-house enrichment
  • $300.00 Anonymous donation to pay off lunch balances
D. FHS Gifts
I recommend acceptance of two checks totaling $3,798.15 as detailed:
  • $2,798.15 from Lifetouch National School Studio for in-house enrichment
  • $1,000.00 from Patriot’s Foundation for Athletic supplies
E. Music Gift
I recommend acceptance of a check for $1,500.00 from music parents for in- house enrichment as detailed.

F. Remington Gift
I recommend acceptance of a check for $1,535.00 from Lifetouch for in-house enrichment at Remington Middle School as detailed.

G. JFK Gifts
I recommend acceptance of two checks totaling $2,574.00 from the JFK PCC as follows:
  • $775.00 – Field Trips
  • $1,799.00 – Supplemental Supplies
H. Parmenter Donations
I recommend acceptance of the following donations totaling $6,902.34 for Parmenter Elementary School:
  • $3,000.00 worth of Furniture from Cardi’s
  • $992.34 from PCC for In-house enrichment
  • $1,800.00 Anonymous donation to pay off lunch balances
  • $1,110.00 from Hockomock Area YMCA for in-house enrichment
I. UNH Jazz Festival Recurring Field Trip
I recommend approval of the request of Leighanne Rudsit and Matthew Geisinger to take 2 jazz bands and 2 jazz combos to the University of New Hampshire on Saturday, March 14, 2020 for the annual Jazz Festival as detailed.

J. Jefferson Donation
I recommend acceptance of the donation of a Keurig Coffee Machine from Brody Nunley for the Jefferson teacher’s dining room as detailed.

VIII. Payment of Bills Dr. Bergen

IX. Payroll Ms. D’Angelo

X. Executive Session
Pursuant to M.G.L. c. 30A, §21(a)(3) to discuss strategy with respect to collective bargaining with the FEA unit as an open meeting may have a detrimental effect on the bargaining position of the School Committee and the chair so declares.

XI. Adjournment


Shared from the Town of Franklin School Committee agenda doc
https://www.franklinps.net/sites/franklinmaps/files/uploads/scagenda_1-28-20.pdf

 Other documents released before the meeting can be found online
https://www.franklinps.net/district/school-committee/pages/january-28-2020-school-committee-packet

Additional documents will be posted after the meeting.

Franklin, MA: School Committee - Agenda - Jan 28, 2020
Franklin, MA: School Committee - Agenda - Jan 28, 2020

Franklin MA: School Committee - Student Service Workshop - Jan 28, 2020

Franklin School Committee 
January 28, 2020
Municipal Building – 3rd Floor Training Room 
6:00 P.M.
This meeting will not be recorded*

 Vision Statement
The Franklin Public Schools will foster within its students the knowledge and skills to find and achieve satisfaction in life as productive global citizens.

A G E N D A
“The listing of matters are those reasonably anticipated by the Chair which may be discussed at the meeting. Not all items listed may in fact be discussed and other items not listed may also be brought up for discussion to the extent permitted by law.”


Call to Order
Student Services Workshop 
Adjournment


*unless prohibited, the meeting will be recorded by Franklin Matters/Franklin TV for audio replay later

Agenda was shared from the Town of Franklin page
https://www.franklinps.net/sites/franklinmaps/files/agendas/scagenda_1-28-20-studsvcwkshop.pdf

For more about Student Services, visit their page
https://www.franklinps.net/district/student-services
 
Franklin MA: School Committee - Student Service Workshop - Jan 28, 2020
Franklin MA: School Committee - Student Service Workshop - Jan 28, 2020

Fire Dept removed from Civil Service, OPEB funding reviewed, large solar installations to be denied

The Town Council meeting on Wednesday, Jan 22, 2020 was significant in three major topic arenas.

One: the Fire Dept which historically (at least during my time reporting) has had trouble reaching a contract settlement with the Town has settled a three year contract (2019 to 2022) and agreed to be exempt from civil service. This should enable the Fire Dept and the Town to move forward to meet the challenges of rising call volume and appropriate staffing by removing some of the complications of civil service. The measure, though approved, does need State House legislation action to get a 'home rule' approved to make this effective.

Two: while the OPEB (Other Post Employment Benefits) account is still underfunded, the Town has taken measures to move to the 'top quartile' of its peers in funding percentage. The light can be seen at the end of the tunnel when in about 2030, the Pension funding dollars can be shifted to the OPEB account to help begin to make up the deficit towards fully funding the OPEB liability. So while OPEB is still underfunded, it is not the big heavy weight that is hanging over Franklin (1) as long as the Town continues to increase its funding (as it has) and (2) shifts the Pension money when it can (approx. 2030).

Three: two more of the zoning bylaw changes to clean up the plot lines were referred to the Planning Board. Separately, a change to the solar bylaw to remove the large commercial installations from the bylaw as permitted was also referred to the Planning Board. The Planning Board will hold public hearings on these measures, make any adjustments (if necessary) and then return them to the Town Council. The Council will also hold two public readings before voting on the 'final' language.

Additional details on these items can be found in my notes reported live during the meeting. 

The Actions Taken document has not yet been published by the Town. A link to that will be added when it is. 

The video will be available for replay by Franklin TV.

  • Live reporting: Return from Exec Session to Closing
https://www.franklinmatters.org/2020/01/live-reporting-return-from-exec-session.html
  • Live reporting - to Executive Session
 https://www.franklinmatters.org/2020/01/live-reporting-to-executive-session.html
  • Live reporting: Legislation for action
 https://www.franklinmatters.org/2020/01/live-reporting-legislation-for-action_22.html
  • Live reporting: OPEB Update, etc.
https://www.franklinmatters.org/2020/01/live-reporting-opeb-update-etc.html
  • Live reporting: Town Council - Jan 22, 2020
https://www.franklinmatters.org/2020/01/live-reporting-town-council-jan-22-2020.html


Fire Dept removed from Civil Service, OPEB funding reviewed, large solar installations to be denied
Fire Dept removed from Civil Service, OPEB funding reviewed, large solar installations to be denied

FHS wrestling team finishes in top 5 at Timberlane Invitational

Via HockomockSports.com, we share the results of FHS winter sports action on Saturday

Wrestling = Timberlane (NH) Invitational (Franklin, Mansfield)
– Both Franklin and Mansfield finished in the top five in the team standings at the Timberlane Invitational. The Panthers had one individual champion, a second place finish, five grapplers take third while the Hornets had two champions, one second place finish, and three wrestlers take fourth. 

Franklin’s Dom Sackley won the 160 bracket, Mansfield’s Antonios Sevastos went 3-0 to take first at 126, and CJ Glaropoulos needed just 1:19 total to get three wins and take first at 170 for the Hornets. 

Finishing second included Franklin’s Kenny Sauer (152) and Mansfield’s Noah Jellenik (220). Drew DiFilippo (120), Jake Carlucci (132), Alex Fracassa (145), Liam Cogavin (170), and Dylan Nawn (182) all finished third for the Panthers while Mansfield’s Noah Price (120), Will Stratton (145), and Ciaran Connolly (160) each finished fourth.

Girls Hockey = Franklin, 1 @ Norwood, 2 – Final

Boys Hockey = Franklin, 1 @ Canton, 3 – Final
Ryan Lanigan, founder and Editor-in-Chief of HockomockSports.com, provides the game recap:
"It was a championship theme inside the Canton Ice House on Saturday afternoon.

It started with a pregame ceremony honoring the 10th anniversary of Canton’s 2010 D2 State Championship squad and it ended with the 2020 Bulldogs clinching the program’s 10th straight Davenport division title with a 3-1 win over rival Franklin.

The Canton boys hockey team is the only program in the entire Hockomock League in any sport to win ten 10 straight division championships. The Bulldogs are the only team to win a Davenport title for boys hockey, winning every year of the decade since the league split into two divisions.

“It’s a great thing, we’re very lucky to be apart of something like this here in Canton,” said Bulldogs coach Brian Shuman, who quickly went from one rink to the other inside the Ice House, coaching a 6th/7th grade Canton youth team immediately following the Bulldogs’ win over Franklin. “All of these guys were watching our game before coming over here for their game, and all of our guys watched the teams before them.”

Continue reading the boys hockey game recap:
https://hockomocksports.com/canton-boys-hockey-franklin-clinch-10th-straight-davenport-title/

For a Photo Gallery from this game:
https://hockomocksports.smugmug.com/2019-2020/Winter-2019-2020/Canton-Franklin-Boys-Hockey-01-25-20/

For other results around the Hockomock League
https://hockomocksports.com/saturdays-schedule-scoreboard-01-25-20/

FHS Kyle Hedvig skates ahead of Canton (HockomockSports.com photo)
FHS Kyle Hedvig skates ahead of Canton (HockomockSports.com photo)

The FHS indoor track performances for Hock Meet #4 - Jan 24, 2020

The FHS indoor track performances for Hock Meet #4 - https://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/meet/386391/results


PlaceGradeNamePerformanceEvent
1711Grady Ellis7.08a55 Meter Dash Varsity - Finals x
3111Daniel Hammann7.26aPR55 Meter Dash Varsity - Finals x
3212Justin Flaherty7.26a55 Meter Dash Varsity - Finals x
4212Owen Palmieri7.40aPR55 Meter Dash Varsity - Finals x
1310Brendan Toolin7.50a55 Meter Dash JV - Finals x
1411Karl Gruseck7.54aPR55 Meter Dash JV - Finals x
1710Connor McGaffigan7.61aPR55 Meter Dash JV - Finals x
2410Travis Cuneo7.79a55 Meter Dash JV - Finals x
2510Kaleth Diaz Gomez7.80a55 Meter Dash JV - Finals x
1012Jacob Cummings38.12a300 Meters Varsity - Finals x
2410Jack Clifford40.44aPR300 Meters Varsity - Finals x
2511Tate Underwood40.69aSR300 Meters Varsity - Finals x
911Alec Hanley1:30.94a600 Meters Varsity - Finals x
1510Tyler Powderly1:32.71a600 Meters Varsity - Finals x
1610Mathew Zielinski1:32.87aPR600 Meters Varsity - Finals x
3411Alex Towle1:42.34a600 Meters Varsity - Finals x
4210Benjamin Taylor1:47.24aPR600 Meters Varsity - Finals x
412Camden Harrington2:43.28aPR1000 Meters Varsity - Finals x
2911Connor Scagliarini3:05.03a1000 Meters Varsity - Finals x
3510Stephen Rontiris3:09.75a1000 Meters Varsity - Finals x
3810Noah Smith3:11.01aPR1000 Meters Varsity - Finals x
4311Nicholas Quinn3:18.79aSR1000 Meters Varsity - Finals x
111Nicholas Calitri4:44.96aPR1 Mile Varsity - Finals x
1511Joshua Anderson5:00.00aPR1 Mile Varsity - Finals x
1910Connor Kucich5:01.85aPR1 Mile Varsity - Finals x
3911John Attinello5:26.27a1 Mile Varsity - Finals x
4210Michael Farrow5:33.73aPR1 Mile Varsity - Finals x
310Griffin Sieczkiewicz10:51.79a2 Miles Varsity - Finals x
1110Clancy Golden11:08.52aPR2 Miles Varsity - Finals x
1711Joseph Zercie11:15.29aPR2 Miles Varsity - Finals x
1311Shane Bissanti8.82aPR55m Hurdles - 39" Varsity - Finals x
3110Brendan O'Leary10.92aPR55m Hurdles - 39" Varsity - Finals x
3611Sean Burns11.39aPR55m Hurdles - 39" Varsity - Finals x
711Colman Flynn10.73aPR55m Hurdles - 39" JV - Finals x
109Michael Galvin11.83aPR55m Hurdles - 39" JV - Finals x
1Relay Team1:35.61a4x200 Relay Varsity - Finals x
1Relay Team3:40.83a4x400 Relay Varsity - Finals x
2112Shane Truenow35-01.00Shot Put - 12lb Varsity - Finals x
3410Zachary Addi30-02.00PRShot Put - 12lb Varsity - Finals x
3612Rohan Herur30-01.00PRShot Put - 12lb Varsity - Finals x
3912Owen Palmieri29-00.25PRShot Put - 12lb Varsity - Finals x
711Shane Bissanti5-08.00PRHigh Jump Varsity - Finals x
--10Jack CliffordNHHigh Jump Varsity - Finals x
--11Alec HanleyNHHigh Jump Varsity - Finals x
812Jacob Cummings19-06.50Long Jump Varsity - Finals x
1811Tate Underwood17-10.00PRLong Jump Varsity - Finals x
2310Jack Clifford16-11.50Long Jump Varsity - Finals x
510Jillian Fenerty7.70a55 Meter Dash Varsity - Finals x
2111Molly Collins8.19a55 Meter Dash Varsity - Finals x
3210Ava Fraulo8.32a55 Meter Dash Varsity - Finals x
4012Haley DeStefano8.67a55 Meter Dash Varsity - Finals x
110Isabelle Arnold8.20aPR55 Meter Dash JV - Finals x
311Kelsey LeBlanc8.37a55 Meter Dash JV - Finals x
1010Chloe Barca8.59aPR55 Meter Dash JV - Finals x
1710Brooke Walsh8.78a55 Meter Dash JV - Finals x
1911Ali Socci8.82a55 Meter Dash JV - Finals x
239Katherine Ewald8.92a55 Meter Dash JV - Finals x
3410Haileigh Rench-Fogarty9.36aPR55 Meter Dash JV - Finals x
3911Bridget Flaherty9.75aPR55 Meter Dash JV - Finals x
40-Mikela Robillard9.81aPR55 Meter Dash JV - Finals x
1112Lauren Jackson46.06a300 Meters Varsity - Finals x
1510Riley Fitzpatrick46.84a300 Meters Varsity - Finals x
1610Madison Gaughran47.34aPR300 Meters Varsity - Finals x
1210Tarah Agati1:51.27aPR600 Meters Varsity - Finals x
1612Katie Nguyen1:52.62a600 Meters Varsity - Finals x
1810Kendall Jones1:54.22aPR600 Meters Varsity - Finals x
1910Aislin Lavery1:54.28a600 Meters Varsity - Finals x
2210Anna Grasso1:56.65aPR600 Meters Varsity - Finals x
712Samantha Powderly3:20.53aPR1000 Meters Varsity - Finals x
89Ruth Ann Mulvey3:22.37aPR1000 Meters Varsity - Finals x
1110Liliana Duffy3:27.90aPR1000 Meters Varsity - Finals x
2612Olivia Rondeau3:39.22aPR1000 Meters Varsity - Finals x
3011Elizabeth Petit3:48.90aSR1000 Meters Varsity - Finals x
1012Carly Alston5:54.03aPR1 Mile Varsity - Finals x
1610Caitlin Casey6:03.53aPR1 Mile Varsity - Finals x
2312Madeline Cunniff6:12.51aPR1 Mile Varsity - Finals x
2512Alex Jordan6:16.82aPR1 Mile Varsity - Finals x
3010Lucia Mogauro6:28.43a1 Mile Varsity - Finals x
511Sydney Hawkins12:41.91aPR2 Miles Varsity - Finals x
109Colleen Golden13:17.03aPR2 Miles Varsity - Finals x
1411Erin McCaffrey13:25.46aPR2 Miles Varsity - Finals x
1011Lindsey Morse9.56aPR55m Hurdles - 33" Varsity - Finals x
1611Katelyn Guidi10.05aPR55m Hurdles - 33" Varsity - Finals x
2110Anna Norton10.39aPR55m Hurdles - 33" Varsity - Finals x
3212Sarah Spanek10.96a55m Hurdles - 33" Varsity - Finals x
39Barra Pfluke10.92aPR55m Hurdles - 33" JV - Finals x
511Lauren Duval11.04a55m Hurdles - 33" JV - Finals x
712Sabrina Addi11.23a55m Hurdles - 33" JV - Finals x
910Riley Fitzpatrick11.51a55m Hurdles - 33" JV - Finals x
5Relay Team1:54.57a4x200 Relay Varsity - Finals x
3Relay Team4:30.14a4x400 Relay Varsity - Finals x
612Danielle McDonnell29-05.00PRShot Put - 4kg Varsity - Finals x
1912Sabrina Addi26-02.50Shot Put - 4kg Varsity - Finals x
2711Ariana Sanders24-07.50PRShot Put - 4kg Varsity - Finals x
2911Mackenzie Peters23-08.00PRShot Put - 4kg Varsity - Finals x
311Lindsey Morse5-02.00High Jump Varsity - Finals x
410Ava Fraulo5-00.00PRHigh Jump Varsity - Finals x
1611Katelyn Guidi4-08.00High Jump Varsity - Finals x
1011Lindsey Morse15-07.00PRLong Jump Varsity - Finals x
1611Katelyn Guidi14-10.00PRLong Jump Varsity - Finals x
2010Jillian Fenerty14-04.00Long Jump Varsity - Finals x

The FHS indoor track performances for Hock Meet #4 - Jan 24, 2020
The FHS indoor track performances for Hock Meet #4 - Jan 24, 2020