A Message from the Principal

I hope all is well with you and your family,

New Assignments for April 6th through the 17th The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has given schools new guidelines on what we can assign our students during the current school shutdown. Starting April 6th your child should receive the latest assignments from their teachers. In addition, teachers can access a remote learning platform called Zoom to conduct live lessons. If your child receives an invitation from their teacher to join a Zoom Meeting, it would look like this: “Teacher Name is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting”. All the information on how to join the meeting will be in the invitation. Your student needs a computer (preferable) or a phone line to join the Zoom session.

Some teachers might be emailing assignments rather than using Zoom. The method teachers use to reach out and teach lessons is up to their discretion. In all cases teachers should be reaching out to all students.

If a teacher is using Zoom, the school has divided the day up so academic classes will not overlap. In addition, Monday, April 6th will start an A week. Freshman and seniors will receive academic work during A week while sophomores and juniors will receive shop and related work. Upperclassmen should note that related work will be done during shop week not during academic weeks as is normal when in attendance at school.

Have your child check their school email account often, it is very important to keep up with all the assignments and all communications from the teachers. We hope to be back at school in May. Do not hesitate to reach out if you need help with any aspect of your education. The first round of assignments will stay on-line for those students that need more time to complete.

Within the COVID-19 listing (CLICK THIS LINK), there are three files. One is from the United States Department of Education that is a fact sheet on addressing the Risk of Covid-19 in Schools. The second PDF is Educational Resources for Students and Families. The third file is on information on being able to access the internet free if you do not have a connection currently.

I hope this will help you out. If there are other updates that come out, I will either post them under the COVID-19 listing and/or make a One Call.

Clifford Cloutier
Principal
Bay Path Regional Vocational
Technical School District

About Our School

Opening in 1972 on top of Muggett Hill, Bay Path Regional Vocational Technical High School serves students from its member Worcester County communities of Auburn, Charlton, Dudley, N. Brookfield, Oxford, Paxton, Rutland, Spencer, Southbridge, and Webster. Bay Path is located 60 miles southwest of Boston, 10 miles south of Worcester, and 40 miles east of Springfield. Bay Path has been a visible part of our community by providing services to nonprofit organizations and municipalities. We offer a diverse course selection that addresses both your academic and career goals. Explore our 22 career areas at Bay Path.


Any application submitted after January 10 will be considered late admissions. Upon completion of the general admissions process in early April, the late admissions process will begin.

Bay Path Regional Vocational Technical High School is proud to offer the public services listed below. Whether you are looking to have lunch at the Hilltop Restaurant, grab a coffee and pastry from the Cafe, stop in for your Bay Path apparel from the Minuteman Shop, get pampered at the Minuteman Salon, or complete your regular banking transactions at the in-house Southbridge Credit Union Branch, Bay Path is here to help!

Our Mission Statement

It is the Mission of Bay Path Regional Vocational Technical High School to facilitate current, integrated, and rigorous academic and technical vocational programs that prepare students for the ever-changing world of employment and post-secondary education; to provide a school culture that meets the diverse needs of our student body for safety and mental wellness; and to foster student confidence, professionalism, and life-long learning skills that will enable them to become contributing members of our communities.

Expectations for Student Learning

Bay Path student learning expectations are measured through individual trade competency testing, SkillsPlus, and quarterly academic progress reports.



Academic & Career

Students will:
  • Develop critical thinking skills to effectively identify, analyze, and solve problems
  • Acquire the knowledge necessary to meet state-mandated graduation requirements and vocational occupational proficiencies.
  • Establish communication skills in multiple modes to become contributing members of career and technical fields.
  • Demonstrate good work habits such as organization, orderliness, cleanliness, and respect for property and the environment.

Civic

Students will:
  • Demonstrate collaboration and communication between Bay Path and sending school communities.
  • Establish relationships with local industries.
  • Understand local, state, and national government in order to become productive citizens and contributing members of society.

Social

Students will:
  • Demonstrate appropriate skills, work behaviors, and attitudes necessary for success in college and career.
  • Develop self-awareness, respect for authority, and an understanding of each individual’s responsibility to themselves, their communities, their nation, and the world.

Academics

At Bay Path, we understand that the success of our students in their chosen career area is dependent on a strong academic background. To ensure the success of our students, Bay Path offers vigorous academic classes as well as Advanced Placement courses in English, Math, Science, and Computer Science.

Career Areas

Now offering over twenty career choices to our students, Bay Path has an area of study for each and every student. Whether you are looking to prepare to enter the workforce or better prepare for a post-secondary education, Bay Path can help prepare you for a successful career!

Athletic Department

Bay Path is extremely proud to offer fall, winter, and spring sports programs to our students. Whether you are looking to compete in a competitive team environment or whether you are just looking for an after school intermural program, you will find a program to suit your needs!

View Athletic Department

School Events

March
11
District Skills
March
24-25
MCAS English
April
3
3QT ends
April
6
Advisory Cmty 5:30
April
10
Early Release
April
20-24
Spring Break
April
28
NHS Induction

Bay Path News

Bay Path 2020 Skills Awards Ceremony

ATTENTION: BAY PATH COMMUNITY Covid 19

2020 Yearbooks On Sale Now!

Online ordering for the 2020 yearbook is happening. Click Here To Order Your Yearbook Now!

Coordinated Program Review

Bay Path's Report Card

Co Op Updates

Visit our Co Op section to see current job opportunities in your trade. Information on the program and criteria for working are listed. Please contact Mr. Christopher Faucher, Director of Cooperative and Adult Education, at 508-248-5971 ext: 1714 or by email at cfaucher@baypath.net
Important Information regarding our closure due to COVID-19

Records Officer

John Lafleche Superintendent of Schools
57 Old Muggett Hill Road
Charlton, MA 01507
jlafleche@baypath.net
Twitter: @BayPathSuper
508-248-5971

Sports Physicals

Sports physicals will be held on March 3 in nurse's office. Any student needing updated physical can sign up with the nurses.
Deb Grenier and Lynn Coleman

  • Auburn
  • Charlton
  • Dudley
  • North Brookfield
  • Oxford
  • Paxton
  • Rutland
  • Southbridge
  • Spencer
  • Webster
Bay Path RVTHS
57 Old Muggett Hill Road
Charlton, MA 01507
Phone: 508-248-5971
Fax: 508-248-4747
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