The Marlborough High School A Cappella group recently was featured on WMCT magazine – click here to check it out!
|MPS faculty and staff welcomed back
On Aug. 25, Marlborough Public Schools teachers and support staff met for the district’s Opening Day celebration. MHS senior and saxophonist Sarah Hanahan opened with the National Anthem, and the MHS A Cappella Choir performed Steve Wonder’s “Signed, Sealed, Delivered.” The event included a presentation by Superintendent Richard Langlois with an overview of recent accomplishments, events and initiatives on the horizon for this year, and the district’s overarching goals for the 2014-15 school year. Additionally, staff services awards were presented by district administrators. To view the presentation, click here.
|Happy Labor Day!
Fourth-graders who attended this summer's English language learners camp want to wish everyone a Happy Labor Day with this poem they wrote and performed at the end of the five-week camp. For more camp highlights, visit our ELL webpage!
Seeking Hall of Fame Nominations
Marlborough High School is seeking nominations for induction into the 2014 MHS Athletic Hall of Fame. For more information, visit our Athletic Programs webpage.
Before/After-School Program information:
On June 24, the School Committee approved the bid for Kidsborough to lease district space for its before- and after-school program grades K-8 for the 2014-15 school year. For information about the program - including their August open houses at the elementary schools - please click here.
The Commencement Ceremony for the Class of 2014 was held June 1 in the Marlborough High School Fieldhouse. Below are highlights of the day. To view the graduation program, click here. To view the graduation presentation highlighting scholarship awards and future plans, click here. To click to read the valedictorian and salutatorian speeches.
|Top of the Class of 2014!|
|Congratulations to seniors Nicholas Dell Isola and Laura Syers, the Class of 2014 Valedictorian and Salutatorian (respectively)!
Mark your calendars: Graduation is 2 p.m. Sunday, June 1, in the Marlborough High School Field House!
Kane's Tania Benedetto named teacher of the year
Candidates for teacher of the year are nominated by their peers, then screened by the district’s administrative team. Recommendations are forwarded to the Masons, who determine the winners. Each is presented with an award and a stipend to be used in his/her classroom or department as he/she sees fit – no paperwork or strings attached.
The three awardees were recognized at a reception and dinner at Jacobs Hall Masonic Lodge on May 15.