Click here to view Principal Vogel’s Beginning of the School Year Letter 2019-2020.



Parking spaces are only for senior and junior students. 

If you wish to obtain a parking permit (and meet the set requirements), you will be issued a decal.  The cost this school year for a parking permit is $150. All students must first register for a parking permit through CommunityPass at  You can pay the fee with a credit card or using your checking account through CommunityPass.  You will be able to register and pay as of August 13th.  See the insert with directions on logging into CommunityPass.  After a student has registered for parking on CommunityPass the student should report to the TMHS office on Thursday, August 22nd with a Xerox copy of their license and a Xerox copy of their registration.  Seniors should report from 9:00 am to 11:00 am and Juniors from noon to 2:00 pm to pick up their parking pass.


Please click here to view Summer Reading information.

Please contact Ms. Lynne Hardacre, English Department Chairperson, if you have any questions via email


Seniors Must Order Cap & Gown – Avoid Late Fees

Orders will be taken online at the link below until Monday, October 15, 2018.  Please order soon to avoid late fees!  JOSTENS is the name of the company.

Questions?  Call  800-JOSTENS (567-8367)

Tewksbury Memorial High School – Click Here to Pay for your Cap and Gown Unit

All school absences, tardiness, and dismissals require a note of explanation from a parent, guardian or appropriate authority. To be valid, all dismissal notes must be presented to the office by 7:30am on the day of the dismissal.  After 7:30am parents are encouraged to call the school and forward written authorization via e-mail to

Late Buses Return to Ryan, Wynn and TMHS

Due to funding approved at Town Meeting in October, the Tewksbury Public Schools has reinstated LATE BUSES at the Ryan School, Wynn Middle School and Tewksbury Memorial High School. It is the hope of the school department that this service will allow for increased participation in a multitude of clubs, activities and extra help, which greatly benefit students, both socially and educationally. The service started on last Tuesday, November 29.

“At the August administrator’s retreat, we developed a need list and on the top of the list was late buses for students. Late buses will help and allow students to enjoy after school programs as well as enrichment programs. My thanks to the Town Meeting, School Committee and the Town Manager for their extremely helpful support,” said Superintendent of School Chris Malone.

The School Department offers late buses on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from the Wynn Middle School and Tewksbury Memorial High School. Buses pick up at the Wynn at approximately 3:35, and then proceed to TMHS at 3:45. The buses then begin delivering students to the areas of their homes. Final drop off for students has been between 4:15 and 4:30, depending on the number of students and the location of their homes.

Late buses operate at the Ryan School on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Buses pick up students at the Ryan at approximately 3:45. Final drop off for students last week was between 4:20 and 4:30.

The School Department had originally planned for one bus to cover the entire town for the Wynn/TMHS run and for the Ryan School. However, due to higher than anticipated participation, and the location of students’ homes, students have been separated at the schools geographically into smaller groups of students living NORTH of the schools and students living SOUTH of the schools. Schools have had anywhere between 20-40 students register for this service on a daily basis.

School staff personnel and Tewksbury Transit have been instrumental in creating routes on a daily basis, to help deliver students home in the most efficient manner possible. Students must sign up for this service each day they plan to ride during the school day, by alerting a school secretary or administrator. Routes are then created based on student ridership.

Eventually, the hope is that a pattern of ridership evolves that will allow the School Department to create a general Late Bus Route (or Routes) that will be followed each day that the Late Buses operate.

“The School Department will continue to investigate the possibility of providing late bus service to the Prek-4 schools. Concerns were raised regarding the time of day that after school activities end at the elementary schools, which would mean that some of the department’s youngest students would be riding buses after dark in many cases. This created a safety and supervision concern that the School Department is trying to address,” said David Libby Tewksbury Public School Transportation Coordiantor.