Tisbury School Recognizes Students

The Tisbury School held its Recognition Day for the fifth to eighth grades on Tuesday, June 17. The following day, they graduated 31 students from the eighth grade class.

Tisbury School Announces Honor Roll

Tisbury School has announced its honor roll for the third quarter of the 2013-2014 academic year.

Bringing Historical Women to Life

Tisbury School students completed a project that wove together historical women with theatre. The eighth and sixth graders reenacted the lives of women in history.

Tisbury School Announces Second Quarter Honor Roll

The Tisbury School has announced its honor roll for the second quarter of the 2013-2014 academic year.

Tisbury School Harvest Festival

Harvest Festival The Tisbury School invites the community to its annual Harvest Festival on Sunday, Oct. 13, from 3 to 5 p.m. The festival includes a potluck supper, hayrides, pumpkin decorating and more. All games and activities are free but bring a dish to pass for the supper.

Tisbury School Announces Fourth Quarter Honor Roll

The Tisbury School has announced its honor roll for the fourth quarter of the 2012-2013 academic year.

Eight grade honors: Alexandra Barlett, Robson Borges, Monica Carroll, David Caseau, Justine Cassel, Nicholas Chapman, Emma Kristal, Colbeck Leuenberger, Benjamin Nadelstein, Patricia Oliveira, Barbara Paula and Ava Petricone.

Eighth grade high honors: Elias Fhagen-Smith and Ashley Wood.

Seventh grade high honors: Margaret Burke, Carolyn Duarte, Evelyn Medeiros, Lily Pigott, Benjamin Tillman, Elizabeth Williamson and Salyn Yancey.

Tisbury School Expansion Comes Due

Architects presented five design options for renovation and expansion of the Tisbury School this week, ranging from $43 million to $45 million.

Children Go Backstage

Amy Sertl looks like a pro. She's only 10, but the strip of measuring tape dangling from her shoulders is not just a silly prop. Miss Sertl is part of the costuming team at the Vineyard Playhouse, and she's got that tape now cinched around Sarah Felder's cranium.

Schools Failing Needs of Brazilian Students, U.S. Investigation Finds

A federal civil rights investigation of the Oak Bluffs and Tisbury schools has cited both for failing to meet the instructional needs of their growing population of Brazilian students.

The investigation was triggered by a parent complaint in November which alleged that the schools' lack of trained teachers, interpreters and appropriate materials was shortchanging Brazilian students.

Tisbury School Class of 1942

Tisbury School Class of 1942 > gathered Wednesday at Farm Neck to celebrate their 65th reunion as graduating high school seniors from the school. In front from left was Kathryn Baptiste, Tina Frank Lamb, Doris Cleveland, June Cronig, Marjorie Jo Allen, Barbara Cottle and George John Rogers. In rear from left was Arthur Dickson, Stanley Cronig, Elmer Silva, George Santos and Jim Morgan. Many of the students attended the school from the first grade, with most of the male graduates proceeding to serve in World War II.