In a letter to the Minuteman community on June 3, 2020, Superintendent-Director Edward A. Bouquillon addressed the unrest occurring accross the nation, and reminded everyone that Minuteman renounces racism in the strongest possible terms.
On Friday, May 29, 2020, the Boston Globe featured Minuteman High School in an article about the creative ways high schools around the region are planning graduations and ways to celebrate graduating seniors amid the pandemic.
On May 12, 2020, Minuteman High School students Andrew Stanley, a freshman biotechnology major from Arlington, and Robbie Finnegan, a senior electrical major from Needham, along with Superintendent-Director Edward A. Bouquillon, were featured in an article in Education Week that highlighted the strengths and challenges of career technical education schools, such as Minuteman, during the coronavirus crisis.
Minuteman Regional Vocational Technical High School announced on May 13, 2020, that the Massachusetts Reading Association (MRA), an organization that promotes literacy, has honored Minuteman with its Exemplary Reading Program Award.
During the week of May 11-15, the Minuteman Regional Vocational Technical School District will use social media to highlight high school and adult students who are working in-demand, essential trade jobs during the height of the coronavirus crisis. With career majors such as Health Assisting, Biotechnology, Electrical, Engineering, and others, which are offered at Minuteman High School for grades 9-12 and Minuteman Technical Institute for adults, Minuteman students are finding their skills are strongly desired in these unprecedented times.
Twelve students from the Class of 2020 at Minuteman Regional Vocational Technical High School were recently recognized as “Outstanding Seniors” shortly before the coronavirus emergency closed schools in March. The 12 seniors were treated to a luncheon with Minuteman administrators in the school’s student-run restaurant, The District Café.
LEXINGTON – Friday, April 3, 2020 – Several members of the Minuteman High School community are doing their part to fight COVID-19 – from creating face masks to helping a local hospital expand its capacity to care for coronavirus patients.