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431 Bolton Street, Marlborough MA 01752
phone (508) 460-3500  fax (508) 460-3501
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Charles Caliri, Principal
Linda DaSilva-Perez, Assistant Principal
Dr. Robert Fitzgerald, Assistant Principal 
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Maureen Greulich, Executive Director of Secondary Education 
Dan Riley; Director of STEM & Supervisor of Mathematics/Technology 6-12
Kathleen Richov, Supervisor of Science & Engineering 6-12
 Jose Reyes, Supervisor of Humanities 6-12

Student Instructional Day: 7:20 a.m.to 1:55 p.m.
 
The MHS Jazz Combo competed at the MAJE State Choir/Combo Festival @ Wellesley High School on Saturday, April 30, 2016
The MHS Jazz Combo received a Silver Medal.

Congratulations for receiving an Outstanding Musicianship Award to:
Justin Bartlett - Alto Saxophone
Kaley Davis - Vocals and Piano
John Naoum - Drum Set
Guidance Presentation to Juniors
Presented to students on April 27, 2016
Click for Presentation
Internship Opportunities
Stop by the STEM office on the 3rd floor for more information
or email LBPurutyan@pswinc.org
Internship Opportunities
The Panther Tracks Blog
Daily Bulletin
MHS Jazz Ensemble received a Silver Medal
Congratulations to MHS Jazz Ensemble who received a Silver Medal at the
MAJE State Festival in Norwood MA.  
Congratulations to Hannah Mackay, trumpet; and Justin Bartlett, Alto Saxophone
for receiving the "Outstanding Musicianship" Award.
MICCA Results from April 1-3
Wind Ensemble - Silver
String Ensemble - Silver
Mixed Chorus - Bronze
A cappella - Silver
Concert Band - Gold**

Gold Medal Showcase. which will be held at Mechanics Hall, Worcester on Saturday, April 9th, 2016  Exact  performance time TBD 

Congratulations!

Parents, friends and family are welcome to attend. There is no admission charge for audience members.
March News from Principal Caliri
Please support the Bernadette Project Toy Drive for Boston Children's Hospital
2016 Guidance Scholarship Booklet
2016 - 2017 Scheduling Presentation
Time to sign up for Spring Athletics
Click here for more information
Homework Club Mondays and Tuesdays
Homework Club will meet on Mondays and Tuesdays in room 244. Teachers in math, ELA and science will be available to assist students.
Interpret your PSAT score report
Principal Caliri's Twitter Feed

 
MHS Jazz Ensemble received a Gold Medal
Outstanding Musicianship Award were given to Justin Bartlett, alto sax; Hannah Mackay, trumpet;
 and John Noaum, drum set.
A Gold Medal advances the group to compete at the State Festival on March 19th at Norwood HS.
Congratulations to the jazz students and Mr. Piazza!
Good Luck, Cheerleaders

Good luck to the MHS Cheerleaders as they head to Orlando for Nationals!
MHS to start New student/freshman orientation/mentoring program!
Looking for current students in grades 9-11 interested in becoming a mentor/orientation leader. See your guidance counselor for more details. English Application Spanish Application Portuguese Application
Congratulations, Science & Engineering Fair winners!
Congratulations to the winners of the Feb. 23 MHS Science & Engineering Fair! Click here to see the winners and their projects, and good luck to all as they advance to the March 11 regional competition in Worcester. See the attached fair program book for more information about participants and their projects, the volunteer judges, and more!
February News From Principal Caliri
STEM Winter Expo Highlights
On Friday, Jan. 15, the MHS STEM Early College High School hosted its third annual STEM Winter Expo, showcasing the students' science and engineering research. Visit the STEM webpage for photos!
Time to Order Your 2016 Yearbook!


Contact Mrs. Belisle if you have any questions
Manage student food services accounts online!
The district is pleased to offer a service that provides our families with the convenience of online food service account management. For more information, click here!
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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