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SEPAC Business Meeting

Medford Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC) Meeting on Wednesday, June 12, 2024 at 6:00 PM

Medford High School, Superintendent's Conference Room

Destruction of Special Education Records for Medford Public Schools from 2016

Medford has identified special education records from 2017 of former students that will be shredded on September 1, 2024 for protection of your privacy. According to Policy on Destruction of Student Records 603 CMR 23.06, a student’s temporary record shall be destroyed no later than seven years of graduation or withdrawal from our school system.

We encourage all graduates to pick up their records before graduation to ensure you have documents you may need in the future and to protect your privacy.

Superintendent's Weekly Memo

Today’s Memo includes:

  • New Administrator Announcements
  • 2024 Summer Programs Open for Registration
  • MHS Summer Reading Lists Now Available
  • Driver Education Opportunity
  • Job Openings in Medford Public Schools
Medford Competes in Special Olympics 2024

The Special Olympics took place this week in Malden. With great weather and even better participants, our Medford student-athletes and Special Olympians made everyone proud on this fun day!

Superintendent's Weekly Memo

Today’s Memo includes:

  • Members of the Class of 2024 Featured in the News
  • 2024 Summer Programs Open for Registration
  • Driver Education Opportunity
  • Job Openings in Medford Public Schools
Superintendent's Weekly Memo

Today’s Memo includes:

  • Medford High Robotics Team Wins New England Regional Competition
  • 10 Medford Student-Athletes Qualify for Track Nationals
  • 2024 Summer Programs Open for Registration
  • Driver Education Opportunity
  • Job Openings in Medford Public Schools
MHS Photography Contest 2024

The MHS High School Photography Contest is an exhilarating opportunity for budding photographers to showcase their talent, creativity, and unique perspective through the lens. Open to high school students across all grades, this contest seeks to celebrate the diversity and depth of young photographic talent. By participating, students not only gain the chance to exhibit their work but also to connect with a community of peers and professionals passionate about photography. This contest is more than just a competition; it's a platform for inspiration, learning, and recognition in the journey of our young photographers.

Superintendent's Weekly Memo

Today’s Memo includes:

  • Building Committee Begins Work
  • More Information Available on Integrated Math Pathways Curriculum
  • 2024 Summer Programs Open for Registration
  • Job Openings in Medford Public Schools

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