A message from Superintendent Greulich
The end of the 2016-2017 school year is here and I would like to take this opportunity to thank the staff of the Marlborough Public Schools for their collective effort and hard work over the past 10 months. Each time I have visited schools and classrooms, whether on a learning walk or observing students and staff interacting as I make my way to a meeting or celebrating students at various events, I continue to be impressed with the work that is visible and the relationships that are obvious.
While there is much work to do to continue to raise the bar for our students with rigorous and relevant curriculum and instruction, the recent celebrations are hope-filled expressions of important milestones of success. From the cheerful Early Childhood Center graduations to the moving up celebration of the exuberant 8th graders to the poignant ‘Graduation Walks’ and wonderful graduation of the class of 2017 on June 11, our students are the center of our work and behind each smile is a special story. We are so proud of our graduates of the Class of 2017. Please follow this link to view some statistics about what the graduates have as future plans, where they are going to college, and information about scholarships awarded, early college dual enrollment status, and Advanced Placement numbers.
The pace will be different but the work will continue this summer with extended year programs, professional development, preparation for our Leadership Retreat, New Staff Orientation, and Opening Day. Additionally, we welcome many new staff and administrators to the District and look forward to having you meet and work with them.
Thank you again to all of our staff and to the families of the Marlborough Public Schools for helping to make this year a success. Special thanks to Mayor Vigeant and the School Committee for their collaboration and unwavering support of our efforts this year.
Enjoy your summer!
Please contact me should you have any questions or concerns.
Maureen Greulich, Superintendent