PTO Teacher Appreciation Luncheon
|Please see the attached request from the PTO regarding the May 6 Staff Appreciation Luncheon.|
|Inclusion, one of Richer's five core values, was celebrated at the April 8 all-school assembly with a slideshow of student activities, the singing of the school song, and a special fourth-grade performance of Peter Amidon's "Brotherhood and Sisterhood" accompanied by Assistant Principal Robert J. Skaza on guitar. Good job, everyone!|
PTO Amazon Smile Program
|Attached is information about a program run by Amazon called Amazon Smile. For all purchases made where you choose Richer Elementary as your charitable organization, Amazon will give 0.5% back to the school!|
Happy Birthday, Richer!
|On October 28, Richer Elementary celebrated its 50th birthday with a day of fun, festivities and friendship. The day started with an all-school assembly, after which faculty, staff and students walked outside and encircled the school for a school hug, a balloon release, and the singing of "Happy Birthday" to their school.
At 1:00, a formal birthday ceremony was held in the school courtyard. It included guest speakers, a state proclamation, the burying of a time capsule, and the planting of a pear tree. Following the ceremony, community readers visited classrooms and read to Richer students.
The celebration continued into the evening with a communitywide party for Richer families. Popcorn, cotton candy, tattoos, message writing, backpack and water bottle give-aways, pizza, and a raffle highlighted the night for the hundreds of families in attendance.
A HUGE thank you goes out to Classic Pizza I for donating the pizza to feed our 900 birthday party dinner guests!
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!|
|The last two weeks in August were a flurry of activity in the Marlborough Public Schools as teachers prepared their classrooms for the new school year. Shown is first-grade teacher Sandra MacCormac putting the finishing touches on “The Daily Five” reading bulletin board.|
Our Core Values Make Us R.I.C.H.E.R.!
Student supply lists for 2015-16:
|Food Services policy: In January 2015 the Marlborough School Committee passed a policy regarding the charging of food services (school lunches) and the managing of outstanding balances. Please click here to read about the policy and how it affects student food service accounts.|
|Online ELL Literacy Resources for Families
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: Starting with the 2012-13 school year, the district implemented a standards-based report card system. These report cards differ from those in the past; the new report cards reflect the Common Core standards embedded in the district’s new curriculum. Feedback on the report cards will be collected periodically to identify and develop revisions as needed. To access a parent pamphlet on the standards-based report cards, click: English - Portuguese - Spanish. To access a glossary of terms and phrases, click: English – Portuguese – Spanish.|
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District Nondiscrimination Policy
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