Latest News

Uniform Policy- Updated Aug. 8, 2016

All vocational high schools in the state of Massachusetts follow OSHA standards and regulations. As a result, uniforms are a necessary part of the safety of your child. Whether it is work boots or safety glasses, or un-torn jeans, they are all intended to keep your child safe. There have been many safety accidents and deaths in recent months. Many of these have occurred because of untrained employees, not wearing appropriate clothing, or carelessness. At MVTHS, we are committed to educating your teen worker so that safety is first and foremost. Proper uniform is also important in teaching your child key employability skills that will take them into the workforce at an advantage to others. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.

If you need assistance in paying for uniform, please contact the Principal’s office at 781-393-2369.

Please note the following: ALL grade 11 and 12 students are expected to enter homeroom in full uniform during their CTE program week. ALL grade 10 students are expected to be in uniform upon arrival to their CTE program time.

The handbook clearly states infractions to the uniform policy. If a student is not prepared for class, a phone call will be made immediately and the parent/guardian will need to bring the uniform in for the child to participate. We strongly encourage parents to communicate with their child the importance of their uniform.

If there are questions related to this, please contact your CTE instructor.

View Fullscreen

Download PDF