Andrew Bernabei, Director
Student Instructional Day:
AM Sessions: 9-11:30 a.m / PM Sessions: 12:30-3 p.m.
Full-Day Sessions: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
1000 Books Before Kindergarten families,
We had another great year and so many students made tremendous progress on their 1000 book goal. At this point, we have four children who have read 1000 books! We will send out incentives over the next few weeks as students reach 100, 400 and 700 book goals. If you are participating in the 1000 Book program at the library please send a copy of your child's progress in backpack mail ASAP(be sure to note that it's for the 1000 Book program). We want to be sure we recognize every child's progress.
Starting next Monday (May 20th) NO new bags will be sent out and all bags MUST be returned by Thursday May 23rd. If bags are not returned by that date you will be charged a $25 fee. Letters will be sent home to anyone that does not return the bag.
This program is run by volunteers and all of the books are donated. In order for the program to be successful we need volunteers and we need all participants to return the bags in a timely manner.
A big "Thank you" is in order for all of the amazing volunteers this year.
MPS is excited to provide our community tutorial videos on how to use the new MPS mobile app. If you haven't already downloaded the app, what are you waiting for? It's very easy! Watch the training video in your language, and in less than 10 minutes you'll have the MPS mobile app downloaded!
Cailyn Guz, former ECC student was featured in the MetroWest Daily News.
A group of Whitcomb fifth grade engineering students trialed their bubble wands at ECC.
These five numbers illustrate the importance of early childhood to the learning, behavior, and health of later life and explain why getting things right the first time is easier and more effective than trying to fix them later.