Director of Educational and Counseling Services Marissa Crandall is training her new dog, Augie, to become a therapy animal who will be available to comfort Marlborough students.Read More
While scrolling through your Instagram as Nov. 7 approached, many of you may have seen posts from various accounts urging their followers to vote. Although many citizens are not aware, plenty of important city and state elections took place on this date.
While music and community service may not have much in common at Marlborough, the two have been combined to create the Moving Meals events.
Modeled off of the original PB&J lunches created by Community Outreach Program Head Pamela Wright, during which students made sandwiches for Covenant House, Wright aimed at making the PB&J lunches a cross-grade bonding event at Marlborough.
The Astronomy class gathered for a sleepover in the Senior Lounge on Friday, Nov. 10.
Marlborough’s Fantasy Football club allows teachers and students to bond over their favorite players.
The Cooking for Community club hosted a brunch called Shared Plates at Head of School Priscilla Sands’ house to raise money for LA Kitchen on Sunday, Oct. 8.
Students stopped receiving comments on semester report cards and instead started receiving feedback from their teachers online via “official notes” on MyMarlborough last year.
For the International Day of the Girl, the Young Alumnae Council, made of alumnae who have graduated in the last 20 years, hosted a breakfast for all students on Wednesday Oct. 11th.
There are many new additions to the Marlborough Community this year. Here are several introductions to the new staff that have arrived this year.