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MCPE introduces Heroes Under the Mask

As the school year continues, educators have had to find new and creative ways to support their students and find creative ways to keep them engaged. As a result, the Medfield Coalition for Public Education (MCPE), the K-8 Parent Teach Organization, and the High School Parent Teacher Organization have organized Heroes Under the...

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Dale School receives Cultural Council grant

Superintendent Jeffrey Marsden and Dale Street School Principal Stephen Grenham have shared that the Dale Street School was recently awarded a $4,700 grant from the Mass Cultural Council to bring hands-on science experiences to students. The grant was awarded as part of the Mass Cultural Council’s STARS Residencies, which aims to fund programs that last three...
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CDC, Horizons for Homeless Children partner

The teachers and families of the The Center for the Development of Children (CDC) recently partnered with Horizons for Homeless Children to assist those in need. The mission of Horizons for Homeless Children is to improve the lives of young homeless children in Massachusetts and help their families succeed by providing high-quality early education, opportunities...
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MCPE awards $131,000 in grants

The Medfield Coalition for Public Education (MCPE) has awarded $131,000 in grant funds to Medfield Public Schools initiatives over the past year. The coalition funded 34 grants across Medfield’s five schools. The grants span multiple areas of education, including curriculum enhancements in science, art and reading, classroom enhancements and initiatives for students’ personal development. District-wide grants...
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WHS Sophomores pitch in for seniors

A number of Westwood High students, teachers, and staff took part in a project last month to clean up the yards of some local senior citizens. The effort, spearheaded by the sophomore class, is part of a multi-year effort to help the community. The class of ’21 first conceived of the project as freshmen and...
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