A grant proposal submitted by Marlborough Public Schools in collaboration with Jobs for the Future and two other Massachusetts school districts has netted the team a $4.9 million federal Department of Labor grant – with Marlborough getting $1.8 million over four years.
To read more about the grant and how it will enhance learning opportunities, click here.
Marlborough participating in coordinated program review
A coordinated program review (CPR) of the Marlborough Public Schools’ special education, civil rights and English language learner programs is ramping up. To learn more about the review, click here.
|New Registration & Parent Outreach Center open|
Marlborough Public Schools is pleased to announce the opening of its new districtwide Registration & Parent Outreach Center!
Additionally, the district is implementing a new online registration system, and parents/guardians who visit the center soon will be able to register students online using the computers at the center. The online system will guide parents through the process, and the registrar will be on hand to help with any questions. This will expedite the registration process and minimize transcriptional errors.
The Registration & Parent Outreach Center is located at Whitcomb Middle School, 25 Union Street, in the back entrance (off Bolton Street).
|Chinese students visit Marlborough High School|
During the week of March 24, Marlborough High School hosted 10 Chinese students for six days as part of the Cambridge Institute of International Education. The tenth-graders shadowed MHS students, attended classes, and participated in activities to learn about American culture and share theirs with MHS.
Last fall, MHS applied to be a host school for international students, and the application was approved. Participation in the institute will bring wonderful perspectives to the school and will help MPS students increase their global knowledge as well as share the wonderful educational opportunities available in our schools. We hope this visit will lead to enrollment by international students at MHS and will facilitate the creation of a truly global community in the Marlborough schools.