Daily Item of Lynn Editorial, Praises MPS Fine Arts Department

The follow Editorial appeared in the Daily Item of Lynn in the Monday, December 4, 2017 edition Talent and an unwavering commitment to keep the arts flourishing in public schools is paying off in Medford where four high school musicians will represent their city in the prestigious Massachusetts Music Educators Association Northeast District Senior Festival…

Flu Season Is Here!

From the Desk of Toni B. Vento, MS, RN, NCSN,  Supervisor of Health Services, Medford Public Schools Flu Season Is Here! Rates of influenza-like-illness (flu) continue to rise in Massachusetts according to the latest weekly flu report (December 1, 2017) from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. Reports from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) indicate Massachusetts…

McGlynn Elementary Takes Part In The Girls On The Run Program

In September, the McGlynn Elementary School became part of the Girls on the Run program.  The program was coached by teachers Megan Richard, Kelsey Cullen and Jackie Murano, and consisted of 19 girls from grades 3 through grades 5.  On Friday, December 1st, the three coaches hosted a SURPRISE Pep Rally for the girls before…

McGlynn Middle School’s Odyssey Of The Mind Club

Last week, students engaged in a creative hands-on activity during the Odyssey of the Mind meeting at the McGlynn Middle School.  Students are learning to think and work together in creative and intellectual challenges as they and their advisor/coach, Mrs. Zeckman (Grade 8 ELA) prepare for competition in the spring.

Columbus Names Principals of the Morning!

Recently, the Columbus Elementary School selected its Principals of the Morning.   Each student paid (120) Columbus Coupons to serve as Prinicpal of the Morning.  These coupons are earned for being Responsible, Respectful and Safe at school each day.  The Principals are:  Jacob Leclair – a 1st grade student, Arthur Jean-Baptiste – a 2nd grade student, Alan…

Today, Ribbon Cutting Held At New MVTHS Restaurant, “Bistro 489”

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held today at the new restaurant for the Culinary Arts Program at the Medford Vocational Technical High School, “Bistro 489”.  The restaurant was able to be designed thanks to a $500,000 Capital Skills Equipment Grant from Governor Charlie Baker and Lt Governor Karyn Polito.  In addition, the Medford Public Schools received…

Winter Parking Information!

(Via City of Medford) PLEASE Take Note – Winter Parking Information Winter Parking Regulations may be imposed between December 1st and April 1st during each winter season. During a DECLARED SNOW EMERGENCY, the ODD/EVEN parking restrictions will be enforced. The proper side of the street to park on is determined by the year in which the Winter Regulations…