7:30 PM School Committee Meeting
7:00 PM MHS Spring Concert
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM SEPAC Meeting
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM MHS National Honor Society Induction
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Superintendent & District Parent Council Mtg
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On Friday, April 13, Whitcomb staff and students lined up outside the building to cheer three Whitcomb staff members who have committed to runing the Boston Marathon, 26.2 grueling miles, on Monday, April 16. These dedicated staff are Rick Lacina, Asst. Principal, Angela House, Asst. Principal, and Aimee Cole, 5th grade ELA and Social Studies teacher. The Whitcomb community is very proud of these staff members and wishes them a great run!
Click here to read the spring issue of Panther Pride! You'll find lots of student, teacher, and staff spotlights as well as cool stories about MHS alumnus who are doing great things in their lives. Get inspired!
Celebrate Labor Day in Marlborough and help create memories for our wonderful city. Participate in a fun essay or coloring contest. Learn about the contest details, prizes and publishing opportunities by clicking here.
The GFWC Marlborough Junior Woman's Club is sponsoring a writing contest to recognize teachers as part of Teacher Appreciation Day on May 8, 2018.
Encourage students to vote for a teacher who has inspired them to grow and learn. Click here for the entry form and contest details. Entries must be received by May 2, 2018.
MPS now has an Instagram account! Follow us at mpsdistrict to see all the great activities and learning that are happening throughout the district!
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!
Join the Marlborough Public Schools' Music Department at their upcoming “All City Concert Series.” This is a series of concerts that highlight various performing groups.
as announced by the Executive Office of Education. This is part of a process in which the state is looking to officially recognize and support those established and carefully planned models supporting students in college preparation prior to graduation from high school. Education Secretary Peyser has identified this work as a priority in closing the state's achievement gap. Our school district has been continuously recognized as a model for others in this important work.
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 email@example.com or in writing to Lisa Thomas, City Clerk, Marlborough City Hall, 140 Main Street, Marlborough, MA 01752. For additional information, click here.