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!
NMS Band, Chorus, and Orchestra will be on Monday, December 11th.
Thank you students, staff, and families for cheering on the 1st graders during the annual 1st Grade Macy's Parade.
Middleborough Public School was recently featured by Clear Touch. Clear Touch is the company that makes the interactive panels that were first put into Middleborough High School and then were placed in all classrooms. The interactive panels allow students and staff to interact with their computers and applications in ways that were never possible with the old projectors
As we head into the colder months of the school year, I want to share with you some information about inclement weather and how I will approach the decision making process of school delays and/or closure. One of the most difficult challenges I have as a Superintendent is deciding whether or not to cancel or delay school due to inclement weather.
The MECC started a new incentive program during lunches that the kids seem pretty excited about. Classes have the opportunity to be recognized for "bee-ing" "safe, kind and ready". When they do this the class earns a Bee for their beehive. When the class earns 10 Bees, they will spin the reward wheel to see what they have earned (extra recess, fine dining, the golden tray, mystery reader...)
Please ask your student about how their class is doing!
Mrs. Fostello, Ms. Sousa, Mrs. Lord and Miss Trask's classes got together to investigate pumpkins. They observed and described the outside and inside of an orange and white pumpkin and then dug in to count all the seeds! The kids did an amazing job counting and sorting them into groups of 10. And had a total of 655 seeds!
If you came to the Halloween parade, you may have noticed a very special pumpkin covered in dots in front of the school!
We are VERY excited to announce the installation of a new piece of recess equipment....see pic above! The kids will be able to play on it really soon, we just need to finish the ground around the structure.