Kayla Simpson honored
|We are proud to announce that full-day PK-1 teacher Kayla Simpson was one of the three finalist for the Masonic teacher of the year in Marlborough!
It is a tremendous honor to be nominated by your peers for teacher of the year. It is an even bigger honor to be one of the three finalists; the other two finalist were MHS ELL teacher John Masella and Jaworek first-grade teacher Bailey Stetson.
We are very proud of you here at the MECC, Kayla, and happy that you have been recognized by your peers with this nomination - you definitely deserve it!
Catch the spirit!
The MECC T-shirts are back! Watch for information coming soon on how to get your child's own Future Panther shirt!
SMART Table techiques
|On Oct. 2, ECC faculty and staff members spent a morning learning the ins and outs of the school's new SMART Table, an educational tool that encourages collaboration and socialization using hands-on, age-appropriate technology. Through numerous applications, the table's horizontal surface accommodates all types of learners, helping them to express their creativity and hone skills that will help them succeed.|
|Welcome to the Marlborough Early Childhood Center!
(The video below is a Flash file.)
|ELL Family Literacy Resource
The Massachusetts Educators of English Language Learners (MATSOL) has compiled multilingual literacy resources for families in honor of Family Literacy Month in Massachusetts. It includes resources in Spanish, Portuguese, and other languages spoken by Marlborough families. To access these resources, click here: http://www.matsol.org/multilingual-literacy-resources-for-parents.
|PARENTS: Please read the attached letter regarding the Enterovirus D-68, the district's vigilance in watching for trends in illness patterns, and what students, parents and staff can do to help prevent spreading of the virus should it occur in our community.|
|Click here for some very interesting information from Harvard University in support of early childhood education!|
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.