During the week of April 1, 2024 the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s Office of Public School Monitoring (PSM) will conduct a Tiered Focused Monitoring Review of Middleborough Public Schools.
Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth (MPY) is pleased to announce its new, free MPY Parenting Solutions Library. MPY is offering the MPY Parenting Solutions Library in partnership with Peace At Home Parenting Solutions, a non-profit located in Mansfield, Connecticut.
Do you have a child between the age of 3 & 5? Are you concerned about your young child’s development in any area, including speech/language, play skills, motor skills, behavior skills, or adaptive/self-care skills? If so we welcome you to drop in anytime during the 2 hour session on Friday, February 16, 2024, from 1:15PM-3:00PM.
Middleborough High School Class of 2023 graduate Dorothy Ferrigno won Best Student Director in the country by the National Television of Arts and Sciences (NATAS). Dorothy won for her direction of a short film 10:13, and music video Bad Things.
The MHS 2023 State Championship Softball team attended the Wasabi Fenway Bowl and received their Championship rings. Congratulations to this amazing team.
Thank you to everyone who donated to the annual Food Drive, which was sponsored by the Student Council. Well done, Sachems!
Click for the three calendar proposals that we will be presented to the School Committee.
Thank you students, staff, and families for cheering on the 1st graders during the annual 1st Grade Macy's Parade.
Middleborough High School raised their National Banner at the Thanksgiving Pep Rally on Tuesday, November 21, 2023 for being one of only 22 schools in Massachusetts for being recognized by the Special Olympics for their commitment to Unified Sports and to ensure an inclusive and accepting school community. Additionally, MHS are one of only 205 schools throughout the country to receive this recognition. This recognition is a testament to the student body and it was so great to celebrate with the entire school at the annual rally. The opportunity to bring the school community together for this accomplishment was pretty special! Congratulations, MHS!