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Public Survey on History/Social Science

Later this year, ESE will embark on revising the 2003 MA History and Social Science Curriculum Frameworks.  The Department has named 44 panelists, including representatives from higher education and nonprofit and community organizations & educators.  MPS Humanities Supervisor, Jodie Reyes, serves on this committee.  The public is invited to participate in this survey (click on link) which is open now until Feb. 6 and offer suggested revisions to the current frameworks.  http://sgiz.mobi/s3/72d816ab2822
 
Commitment to Professional Development

MPS Educators discussing a common read book on effective teaching strategies during the Oct. 11 Professional Development Day.

Marlborough Public Schools district brochure published!


Marlborough Public Schools is proud to present the new district brochure, Transforming Education.
To learn more about MPS's exciting and progressive programs to help students become college and career ready, click on the icon to the right!
Congratulations to the Class of 2016!
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Click here for the latest edition of Panther Pride!
2016 Teacher of the Year
Congratulations to 2016 Marlborough Masonic Teacher of the Year John Masella, who serves as the English learners coordinator at Marlborough High School. Kudos also to finalists Early Childhood Center preschool teacher Kayla Simpson and Jaworek Elementary first-grade teacher Bailey Stetson. All three were honored at a May 12 reception and awards ceremony at the Masonic Lodge. Highlights of the award ceremony are below.
Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito visit MHS
On Thursday, March 8, Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito visited Marlborough High School to learn more about our STEM Early College High School. Polito and J.D. Chesloff, of the Governor’s STEM Executive Committee, met first with administrators, key STEM staff and elected officials to learn more about the program’s foundation and operation, then toured some STEM classrooms to talk with students and teachers. They wrapped up their visit with a recognition of the district’s recent District of Distinction award.
 
“I will say that in many parts of the Commonwealth, what’s happening here in Marlborough doesn’t exist yet,” said Polito to a theater packed with students, faculty and staff, administrators, city and state elected officials, and STEM partners. “So, you’re in a very special and good place. We want to thank you for making this possible. We want to thank the students for making the decision to be a part of this – we need you! We need you to succeed, we need you to have the right skills because when you graduate with the right skills, whether it’s from this high school and you go directly into employment or you go on to college, you are part of a workforce that will continue to allow Massachusetts to hold that title of the most innovative state.”
 
Below are some photos of Lt. Gov. Polito’s visit.
Marlborough named 'District of Distinction'
It is our pleasure to announce that the Marlborough Public Schools has been named a “District of Distinction” by District Administration magazine, the national magazine for school district administrators. Marlborough’s award is in the area of STEM, and our feature in the magazine is entitled “STEM Early College High School: Transforming Education.” Here is the link to the online version of the article: http://www.districtadministration.com/dod/awards/STEM-Early-College-High-School-Transforming
 
Our thanks goes out to all of our faculty and staff for making Marlborough Public Schools worthy of such a significant recognition, and especially to our STEM teams for their vision and efforts to transform education to benefit our students, families and community.
District Nondiscrimination Policy
It is the policy of the Marlborough Public Schools not to discriminate on the basis of race, gender, religion, national origin, color, homelessness, sexual orientation, gender identity, age or disability in its education programs, services, activities or employment practices.
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