MISSION STATEMENT
Millbury Memorial Junior/Senior High School, in partnership with home and community, provides a safe and caring environment for all students 
to engage in challenging educational experiences that encourage lifelong learning, responsible citizenship and college and career readiness.

Millbury Memorial Junior/Senior High School


12 Martin Street              Millbury, MA 01527           508-865-5841

                                  
        

                                                                                  
                                                                                                           


Here is the new 2016-2017 Junior/Senior High School Bell Schedule

          2016-2017 Bell Schedule

Time/Day

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5

Day 6

Day 7

Min.

7:40-8:14

CDS

CDS

CDS

CDS

CDS

CDS

CDS

34

8:17-9:14

A

F

D

B

G

E

C

57

9:17-10:14

B

G

E

C

A

F

D

57

10:17-11:57

Lunch

C

A

F

D

B

G

E

74

12:00-12:57

D

B

G

E

C

A

F

57

1:00-1:57

E

C

A

F

D

B

G

57

 Lunch Schedule

First Lunch:  Class10:17-10:39,   Lunch 1 - 10:42-11:05, Class - 11:08-11:57

 

Second Lunch:  Class 10:17-11:05,   Lunch 2 - 11:08-11:31,  Class 11:34-11:57

 

Third Lunch = Class 10:17-11:31    Lunch 11:34-11:57

CDS = Common Directed Study

-Each student will be assigned in their grade level to a specific classroom/teacher

-There will be a different teacher and classroom for the Maroon Day and Gold Day

-Seniors have the privilege to arrive by 8:10am and go directly to their first period class, 

unless otherwise specified

-Staff will participate in Professional Learning Community (PLC) time during CDS on a

rotating basis (Maroon PLC/Gold PLC)

             

                   

School News and Info  

Incoming 8th grade summer reading connect ed message sent on July 14, 2016:

Dear Parents and Guardians of Incoming 8th Grade Students:

This is Tara Bennett, Principal of the Jr./Sr. High School calling about this summer's 8th grade required reading book, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, which is a powerful and provocative story about poverty and discrimination in our society.

I want to bring to your attention that the novel contains some sexual content and language, most noticeably on pages 26 and 64, and I want to share with you the reasons why this book was selected for our students to read.  The novel's themes about identity and self esteem, poverty, family relations, racism and discrimination, bullying and hopes and aspirations will be used to engage students in conversations about issues of social justice and cultural awareness through class discussion and activities when we return to school in August. 

However, I also respect that you may not feel that the references to sexual subject matter in this book are appropriate for your child at this time.  If this is the case, I would like to offer you the following options: 1) have your child read the book, but skip pages 26 and 64; or, 2) your child may read the alternative novel, titled Does My Head Look Big in This? by Randa Abdel-Fattah.  This novel also addresses many timely and important issues, including themes of racism and discrimination, family relations, self-esteem and self-identity.

More information about summer reading, including a copy of this message, can be found on the Jr./Sr. High School website.  Thank you for your ongoing partnership in your child's education.  Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.

Enjoy the rest of your summer.




Supply List for Incoming 7th Grade Students

(2016-2017)

English:  1-inch binder with 5 tabs and filler paper    

Math:  1.5-inch binder with 5 tabs and filler paper

Spanish:  0.5-inch or 1-inch binder with 2 pocket folders and filler paper

All Subjects:

  • Pens (blue and/or black ink

  • Pencils and erasers

  • 1 Handheld pencil sharpener

  • 1 package of 3 X 5 index cards

  • Brown paper bags to cover textbooks. NO “sock” covers allowed for science or math textbooks.

  • Ruler

  • Markers, crayons, glue, construction paper, colored pencils, etc., (as needed for projects)

  • Please do not purchase a “Trapper-Keeper” or other multi-subject binder.

Parents/Guardians: School supplies often don’t last for the entire school year. Please consider “re-supplying” your student with pens, pencils, and paper on a quarterly basis.




2016 Summer Science Academy  - Bridgewater State Univ. - Students Entering Grades 9 - 12


A Message from the Woolie Trail Association 
Join the Woolie Trail Association! The WTA is an outdoors club committed to building and maintaining trails on the MHS campus. Our mission is to promote healthy outdoors activities while supporting the construction, maintenance and protection of natural spaces. Our first trail is completed and ready for use! Click here for more info. 


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