Category Archives: GMS

PUBLIC NOTICE of APPLICATION TO CONTROL MOSQUITOES at GMHS, Penn Brook & Perley fields on 9/21 from 7:15 p.m. to 12 a.m.

The Northeast Massachusetts Mosquito Control and Wetlands Management District is conducting an application to control adult mosquitoes at Perley School, Penn Brook School and the High School fields Georgetown MA in the evening between the hours of _7:15 PM and _12:00 AM on__9-21-21. In case of inclement weather, the Back up date of application would be the__9-22-21_. The areas to be treated are  _all of the playing fields at each school.

Click here for the letter from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts STATE RECLAMATION AND MOSQUITO CONTROL BOARD.

GMHS Open House Presentation

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GHS ranked 46th in Boston Magazine’s top 50 high schools.

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Georgetown Middle High School 7th Grade Orientation

International Travel During COVID-19 info provided by the CDC.

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Letter to Parents & Students from Principal Jeffrey Carovillano

Hello GMHS Parents and Students!

Don’t panic, there is still plenty of summer left, but I wanted to take this opportunity to introduce myself to the GMHS school community.   My name is Jeff Carovillano and I am very excited to be the new principal of Georgetown Middle High School.  Previously I was the Assistant Principal at Ipswich High School and I have over 20 years of experience as a school administrator and Social Studies teacher.  I attended the College of the Holy Cross where I majored in History and played lacrosse and I have a Master’s Degree in Archaeology from the University of Massachusetts in Boston.  My wife Jeanne and I live in Manchester by the Sea and we have a son entering the 5th grade and a daughter starting 9th grade in the Manchester Essex Regional schools.

I am honored to have the opportunity to lead a school with a reputation for excellence like GMHS and to work in a town as beautiful as Georgetown.  My educational philosophy is that school should be a supportive, challenging, safe, and fun place for ALL students.  I am a collaborative leader who values diversity and I will endeavor to foster an environment of respect and high expectations at our school. This year GMHS will continue to prioritize the health, safety, and emotional well-being of our students, teachers, and staff as we progress towards a return to normalcy in the classroom while we also apply many of the positive lessons we learned about engaging and teaching students over the last year and a half.

I look forward to getting to know the students of GMHS when school begins on September 1st.  I will be scheduling opportunities to meet with parents and guardians and please feel free to contact me at at any time.

Go Royals!