4:00 PM - 8:00 PM Kindergarten Make-up Registration
Read all about us! Marlborough Public Schools is proud to present its district brochure, Transforming Education. Learn more about MPS's exciting and progressive programs to help students become college and career ready!
Dear MPS Families,
As the summer comes to an end, we wanted to share some helpful information with you regarding school bus transportation for the upcoming 2017-18 school year.
· New Routes have been posted on our website and found on each school under "Students and Families" and under "Bus Routes/Transportation"
· Before requesting an adjustment to an existing stop, please review our helpful transportation FAQ. This document is available in three languages and helps establish the guidelines we use when making decisions to adjust bus stop locations.
· Approved adjustments will not go into effect until September 22nd, 2017.
· Your contact for all transportation requests/concerns is District Transportation Coordinator Dan Riley. Please contact Dan at email@example.com.
· North Reading Transportation is our contracted provider for transportation services. You can contact NRT at 978-562-5186.
Frequently Asked Questions below
8 am - 12 noon
On August 23, 2017 from 1:00 - 4:00 pm, Marlborough's first health fair will be happening at the Boy's & Girl's Club. Come to this free event to learn about different resources that will keep families and children safe and healthy!
MPS Employees join Mayor Vigeant at the annual Mayor's BBQ to thank employees for their commitment to the city of Marlborough.
On Friday, July 14, MPS students, families, and staff came out to show community pride and spirit. Fox 25 covered the event to capture what makes Marlborough great. Thank you to all who joined MPS at this fun and lively event!
Members of MPS (from left to right: Tom Plati, Director of Instructional Technology; Reina Rago, Communications Coordinator; Clayton Hobart, history teacher at Whitcomb; Michelle Blair, Asst. EL Director) participated in a Cultural Proficiency workshop to share with colleagues.
Marlborough Public Schools is proud to announce that the following individuals have been appointed to the following key positions:
Michael Bergeron: Assistant Superintendent of Finance & Operations
Mary Murphy: Assistant Superintendent of Teaching & Learning
Jody O'Brien: Director of Student Services - click here to read more
Kara Fisher: Assistant Principal, Jaworek Elementary School - click here to read more
Joseph Padilla: Assistant Principal, Richer Elementary School - click here to read more
John Travers, Assistant Principal for MHS, House Black - click here to read more
Community Forum on Elementary Building Project
The public is invited to attend a session of a Community Forum to learn about the district's new elementary school. The two sessions will be as follows:
Date: Tuesday, Sept. 5
Location: Whitcomb Middle School, Auditorium
Times: 4:00 pm AND 6:00 pm
Visit the Farmer's Market all summer!
Congratulations to the class of 2017!
On Thursday, June 7, Marlborough High School seniors boarded busses and were driven to their former schools. Proudly walking through the halls in their caps and gowns through at Whitcomb and the elementary school where they attended, students congratulated and cheered seniors on. Panther Pride all the way!
MHS STEM students participate in "Take Your Child to Work Day" at Boston Scientific
Per "An Act to Improve Public Records," detailed in Chapter 121 of the Acts of 2016 and effective Jan. 1, 2017, Marlborough Public Schools provides the following information.
Submit requests for public records to Lisa Thomas at the City Clerk’s Office via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or in writing to Lisa Thomas, City Clerk, Marlborough City Hall, 140 Main Street, Marlborough, MA 01752. For additional information, click here.