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Medfield discusses Pfaff Center replacement

By Amelia Tarallo Hometown Weekly Staff For the better part of a century, the Pfaff Center in Medfield has been a key locale for the town. Originally serving as Medfield’s high school after its 1927 construction, it also served as an elementary and middle school before becoming the Pfaff Community Center, where it currently houses Medfield...
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Dale School Building Project update given

Superintendent Jeffrey Marsden and School Building Committee Chair Mike Quinlan have provided the community with an update on the Dale Street School Building Project. On Oct. 15, Medfield's School Building Committee met with the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) — a state agency that works with communities to support educationally-appropriate, flexible, sustainable and cost-effective public school...
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Youth & Family Services awards volunteers

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter On Thursday night inside of Needham Town Hall, Needham Youth & Family Services held its Senior Awards Ceremony to honor its over 25 peer tutors and VIP mentors. The peer tutor program is the more academic-based of the two. It matches high school students with middle school and elementary...
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CRS hosts Climate Change Fair/Panel

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[caption id="attachment_32860" align="alignright" width="300"]CRS student Erin Grimm sorts trash, recyclables and compost. CRS student Erin Grimm sorts trash, recyclables and compost.[/caption] “Climate change” are words we hear every day. While we all try to do our part by recycling, composting, and carpooling, 7th graders at Charles...
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MCPE Spelling Bee a blast

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On Wednesday, March 27, students in grades 2 through 5 participated in Medfield Coalition for Public Education’s (MCPE’s) 14th Annual Spelling Bee. Teams of 2-4 students arrived, excited to demonstrate their spelling abilities and show off their creative costumes. Forty one teams participated in the Wheelock session, moderated by third grade teacher Jim...
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