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Upcoming Events
Today
- Day 4
7:00 AM
- School Council Mtg
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Tomorrow
- Day 5
7:00 AM
1/20/2017
- Day 6
7:00 AM
1/21/2017
 
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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
Dr. Robert Fitzgerald, Assistant Principal House Black
Steven Bishop, Assistant Principal House Orange

Student Instructional Day: 7:20 a.m.to 1:55 p.m.

Exam Schedule for the Week of Jan 23 - Jan 27
STEM 9th Graders Design Futuristic Playgrounds
On Jan. 13, 52 MHS ninth grade STEM students presented their futuristic playground designs at the STEM Winter Expo.  Using the guiding principle, "Engingeering Design Process and User Centered Design," these students worked in small teams to create extraordinary playgrounds and rides.  Their work began by interviewing first graders at Jaworek Elementary School to gain consumer insights.  Mayor Arthur Vigeant and Superintendent Maureen Greulich, along with many other community members, attended the Expo and were wowed by what these talented STEM students designed.
MHS Scholars
Congratulations MHS Scholars!

On Jan. 11, Superintendent Maureen Greulich and Principal Caliri accompanied two MHS scholars, Alexander Trinh and Kayla Ucciferri, to the Worcester County Superintendents’ Association Student Recognition Luncheon at Clark University. These two students have achieved outstanding GPA’s and have demonstrated impressive leadership skills.  In addition to achieving first place in the District for the American Mathematics Competition, Alex is the President of the National Honor Society, a Boys State representative and is involved in the Tri-Music Honor Society.  Kayla is also a member of the National Honor Society as well as the National Art Honor Society.  She is President of her class, co-founded Habitat for Humanity high school chapter, and received a Rotary Youth Leadership Award. Both Alex and Kayla were recognized at the School Committee meeting the evening of Jan. 11.  Congratulations to these two scholars on their outstanding accomplishments.
 
Spring SAT Prep Course
Metrowest Princess Boutique
Click on this flyer Princess Boutique Student Flyer
to learn more about this exciting spring event!
Princess Boutique Donations

Click on Metrowest Princess DONATIONS Boutique flyer for details on how to donate.
 
Music Competition
Congratulations to These Talented Musicians!


On November 19, 2016 twenty-four Marlborough High School students auditioned for the 2016 Central District Senior Festival.  This competitive festival represents sixty five districts where students compete for a spot in the Band, Orchestra, Chorus, or Jazz Ensemble.  The above students are to be congratulated for being selected to move forward to audition for the 2015-2016 All-State Festival on January 21st. (Names of students in the photo are: Seated: Susan Rambridge & Julianna Kinslow; 2nd Row: Benjamin Simmons, Justin Bartlett, Sophia Chabotte, Kinnear Pierzchala and Matthew Pearl; Standing: Emily Mague, Kaley Davis, Noah Ogden.  Missing from Photo: Timothy Goliger and Thomas Redden).
2016 School Report Card Information
Click Here for 2016 DESE School Report Card for Marlborough High School
MHS Homework Center
The MHS Homework Center is open for students in need of academic support and MCAS prep.  
Please encourage your students to take advantage of this opportunity!

Date:  Every Monday, Tuesday & Thursday
Time: 2:15 - 3:15 pm
Location: LMC (Seminar Room)
Program Coordinator:  Megan Fenneuff (Room 244, mfenneuff@mps-edu.org)

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The Panther Tracks Blog
Meet the Dream Team!


Say "Hello" to the MHS Dream Team, a group of passionate students who are committed to welcoming all students to the school.  The team's goal is to elevate and promote Panther Pride, positive energy, and solidarity.  Members are from various clubs (e.g.,Chinese Club, LGBTQ Club, Sewing Department, Engineering Department, and Student Council) and work together to do outreach activities.  For example, creating posters with messages of hope and solidarity in different languages.  The Dream Team welcomes all clubs to join the team.  
For more information, contact Ms. Forrester, ELL/History teacher.  
(Photographed from L to R: Daniel, Mariana, Ashley, Ellsmine, Ms. Forrester,
 Zadia, Zhijun, Jackeline).

 

Sharing Positivity!

Olivia Rainville,10th grader, and Madison Hediger,11th grader, stop at a large poster, created by the "Dream Team" and the Student Council, which invites anybody to take a positive message written on a sticky note.  
Daily Bulletin
Principal Caliri's Twitter Feed

 
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
Using Technology Effectively to Teach Math at MHS!
To learn about how Heather Kohn, MHS math teacher, effectively uses the  Desmos  app to teach math, click here.
Truancy and Attendance Information for Parents and Guardians
Letter From District Attorney Ryan, Interim Superintendent Greulich
and Principal Caliri
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Summary of Massachusetts General Laws Pertaining to Truancy and Attendance
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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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