Millbury Memorial Junior Senior High School Belief Statement

We believe students acquire knowledge, skills, and habits of mind during their secondary school years to help prepare them for the modern workplace. We encourage students to connect authentic learning experiences with academics in order to support their transition into life after Millbury High School. We believe that the skills of communicating effectively, collaborating with purpose, and thinking creatively and critically are a significant part of a student’s ability to contribute to society.

*Academic Curiosity and Growth* *Citizenship* *Independent, Lifelong Learners* *Respect & Responsibility*


Millbury Memorial Junior/Senior High School


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

                                  

                                                                                    

NEASC Guide





Core Values and Beliefs about Learning


Academic Curiosity and Growth

We believe that ACADEMIC CURIOSITY & GROWTH are achieved by connecting classroom learning to the world in which students live. We believe students’ active engagement in their learning will foster a desire to continue to explore, investigate, and think critically about what they have learned and how it impacts the attainment of their future goals.


Citizenship

We believe that CITIZENSHIP is exemplified by having an awareness of the global world and a sense of one’s role as a world citizen.  One who embodies CITIZENSHIP demonstrates a respect for and values differing opinions and diversity; acts with honesty, integrity and empathy, and participates in the community in a positive and impactful way.


Independent, Lifelong Learners

We believe that INDEPENDENT, LIFELONG LEARNERS demonstrate the curiosity, ownership and resourcefulness to uncover problems and articulate them in such a way that solutions can be found and shared.


Respect & Responsibility

We believe that RESPECT and RESPONSIBILITY are fostered through a mutual effort of support by students, staff, parents/guardians, and community members.  We believe in the importance of people taking responsibility for their actions and respecting the opinions of others, even when we disagree. We believe that a caring, trusting, and giving environment is the foundation for building RESPECT and RESPONSIBILITY.


21st Century Learning Expectations

Academic

Employ critical thinking skills to problem solve

Communicate effectively across the spectrum and manner of audience

Demonstrate motivation and resiliency


Civic

Community Involvement        

Display Integrity  


Social

Collaborate with purpose

Exhibit adaptability and tolerance


                          
 
 
   
   
       
Congrats to the following recipients of the MIAA Educational Athletics Achievement Award for Community Service:


Alexis Violette
Katie O'Leary
Emma Turner
Jenna Nasutti
Cassidy Clark
Maddy Plante
Paige Mathie
Caitlyn Wilbur
Gabby Hunt
Meredith Pine
Joe Favreau
Vinny DiDomenica
James Saunders
Ethan McDuffie
Elijah Friedman
Connor McFaul
Madison Wilson

School Message Center 



MHS student news program with archives of past shows. 




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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