It’s no secret that Marlborough girls wear boxers under their skirts.Read More
When word got out that the faculty and teachers were dressing as the districts from our popular all-school book, The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, everyone was excited.
Last summer, faculty and staff were sent the official Marlborough Faculty/Staff Survey 2010 via email.
Last weekend I had the opportunity to attend Variety Magazine’s Power of Youth block party at Paramount Studios, honoring young celebs for their charitable works, including Justin Bieber, Bow Wow, Victoria Justice, and Shailene Woodley.
Think of Erin Brockovich, but instead of Julia Roberts fighting California law in a tight skirt and heels, imagine multiple families and farm workers in Nicaragua.
Technologically speaking, we’ve had a lot thrown at us in the past few years here at Marlborough.
As the weather grows colder and damper, and we enter those chilly months known as fall and winter, mugs of hot chocolate and apple cider begin to appear in students’ hands around the school.
Instead of reaching for that bottle of Tylenol after yet another day spent in a cloud of tissues and a fog of congestion, consider having a bowl of steamy chicken soup.
We have had similar chair and desk setups at school for some time now.