Tuesday, April 3, 2018

MEF St. Patrick's Day 5K: Saturday, April 14th

An update from our friends at the Marshfield Education Foundation (MEF) about the annual St. Patrick's Day Roadrace:

While disappointed not to be able to hold the race on the 17th, we are still excited for a great race on 4/14! Registration remains open through 4/13 at w/ 2 additional bib pickups in Norwell on 4/11 from 10-7 & 4/12 from 10-8. Slainte!

The weather will be great and you couldn't ask for a better cause. The MEF is a true friend of the Marshfield Public Schools and the money raised will go directly towards funding innovative and creative grants that support our teachers and students.

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

High Five Friday- April 13th

High Five Friday
April 13, 2018

The Marshfield Public Schools, through its continued commitment to promoting a community of respect, are excited to announce that they will hold their second annual “High Five Friday” in conjunction with the Marshfield Fire and Police Departments

On Friday, April 13 Marshfield’s police officers and firefighters will greet students at each of the district’s seven schools as they arrive for the school day. We are thrilled that Chief Hocking, Chief Tavares and the brave men and women of each department will have a chance to greet our students and staff and be acknowledged for the terrific work they do every day on behalf of schools.

The MPSD and Marshfield’s public safety officials have a wonderful relationship and work collaboratively to ensure the safety of our students.  A safe and secure school climate is a key component of the district’s strategic plan and working closely with these two departments helps ensure that our students can learn in safe and supportive learning environments.

Many times throughout the school year, members of the MPD and MFD interact with the students at our schools, but on “High Five Friday” they will greet the students upon arrival and give them a high five to start their day off on a positive note.  This is a tremendous way to build on the cooperative spirit that already exists between the schools and each department and is in line with our focus on cultivating a community of respect.

We look forward to “High Five Friday” and thank Chief Hocking, Chief Tavares and their departments for their continued support of our schools and for their efforts to ensure the safety of our students and staff.


Jeffrey W. Granatino

Monday, March 26, 2018

Adaptive Sports Day- June 9th @ Peter Igo Park

Please mark the date.  Peter Igo Park will host the "South of Boston Adaptive Sports Day" on Saturday, June 9th from 10AM - 2PM.  We hope you can make this great event.

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Day of Remembrance 2018

Here's a few pictures from today's "remembrance" events held at MHS & FBMS. The students and staff wanted to honor the memory of the 17 individuals who lost their lives in last month's school shooting in Parkland, Florida.  

The high school had a "Remembrance Walk" to the gymnasium (due to the snow outside) and read off the name of each of the victims while placing flowers in their honor on center court.  After the ceremony, the flowers were then laid at the foot of the Ram statue outside of the auditorium entrance to the school.

Students at the FBMS walked quietly to the gym and held a 17 minute "moment of silence" to honor the lives each of the 17 victims.  They also had signs that students and staff were able to sign throughout the day.  After posting them for a while at the school, the plan is to send the signs down to the students at Stoneman Douglas HS.

Revised Last Day of School

Due to this week's school cancellations, the revised last day of school is now Wednesday, June 20, 2018.

Let's hope we can avoid any more snow days.