ART: PHOTO PHOTOG: COURTESY PHOTO CUTLINE: Members of the West Boylston High School Student Council who attended the recent Massachusetts Association of Student Councils (MASC) conference in Hyannis in March included: (front, from left) Jessi Pohl, Erin Fleming, Lindsay Connor, Alanna Moriarty, and Hannah Goodale; (middle, from left) Monica O'Brien, Amanda Benson, Lexi Belesos, and Lexi Bourn; (back, from left) Advisor Karen Fotos-Halkias, Mike Fradsham, Curtis Stoychoff, Abby Baker and Tyler Armey.
What does MASC stand for?
MASC stands for Massachusetts Association of Student Councils
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- Maintenance and Support Concept
- Maintenance Support Concept
- Making a Significant Change (various organizations)
- Manitoba Agricultural Services Corporation (Canada)
- Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections (various libraries)
- Marconi Advanced Scrambler
- Marine Air Ground Task Force Automated Service Center
- Marine Aquarium Society of Colorado (web forum)
- Maryland Association of Student Councils
- Massachusetts Association of School Committees
- Massachusetts Avenue Surgery Center (Bethesda, MD)
- Master of Applied Science
- Master of Arts in School Counseling
- Matsushita Avionics Systems Corporation
- Maximum Allowable Stack Concentration
- Medical Academic Staff Committee (British Medical Association; UK)
- Medical Arts Surgery Center (Miami, Florida)
- Michigan Association of Senior Centers
- Michigan Association of Service Coordinators
- Michigan Association of Student Councils (Lansing, Michigan)
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Bachant, assistant principal of David Prouty High School, has received the "2012 Administrator of the Year" Award from the Massachusetts Association of Student Councils.
North High School Student Council members Daniel Tolles, VJ Anjos and Matthew Kupfer recently attended a leadership conference sponsored by the Massachusetts Association of Student Councils and the Massachusetts Secondary School Administrators Association at Wheaton College in Norton.