From Watertown to Rivers: Ms. Kaplan goes with the flow

LORI D., Watertown Splash staff reporter

June 16, 2013

Filed under Classes and Clubs, Profiles

Student-teachers come and go through Watertown Middle School, but Ari Kaplan was truly a pleasure to have during her time here. Ms. Kaplan, the student-teacher in Mrs. Goulet’s class, is moving on after her 5½ months of...

Goulet has high expectations in Cluster 3


May 21, 2013

Filed under Profiles

“Though I don’t have her for class, every time I walk through the halls I encounter her bubbly personality,” said Jeremy, a seventh-grader, about Lynette Goulet. This is Mrs. Goulet’s third year teaching Cluster 3 seventh-grade...

Tommy Heinsohn: star player, star painter


November 24, 2010

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Books and Authors, Profiles, Sports

Many people know Tommy Heinsohn as the scoring machine who helped the Celtics to eight NBA titles in the 1950s and ‘60s. They know him as the former coach who won two titles in the ‘70s, and the current Celtics analyst on Co...

Watertown Middle School Teachers do not do math on their free time, they …


October 28, 2010

Filed under Classes and Clubs, Front Page News, Profiles

What do math teachers do on their free time? Math teachers aren't all nerds! You would probably think a middle school math teacher would go home and read a book, or probably watch some game show about math. But no, you ’re ...

A “Peak” inside

MATT L., Watertown Splash staff

June 22, 2010

Filed under Books and Authors, Profiles

Every summer, all of the students in Watertown Middle School have to read the same book. This year the book is "Peak" by Roland Smith. It is about a guy named Peak, who gets arrested for scaling a New York skyscraper and has to ...

On his home turf


May 28, 2010

Filed under Books and Authors, Profiles, Sports

Tony Massarotti, a sports writer and broadcaster, went to the Hosmer School and East Junior High in Watertown, Mass. He started his journalism career by writing for local papers. Tony claimed, "I never thought it would lead to...

Say hello to “The Greeter”

SHANNON C., Watertown Splash staff

May 16, 2010

Filed under Profiles

You may know her as "The Greeter,” sitting at her primary spot in the main entrance of Watertown Middle School, under the mobile. You may also know her as “Grams,” the grandmother of eighth-grader Joey Kelland. Whatever...

No substitute for learning … a new career

BRIGITTE A., Watertown Splash staff

May 11, 2010

Filed under Classes and Clubs, Profiles

Have you ever wondered about substitute teachers? About how they get treated in class, or if they like their job? Sandy Baker is one of the many substitute teachers that work at Watertown Middle School. Before she started teaching,...