MSPTO


                                                 

MSPTO MISSION STATEMENT

To broaden the education and social environment of the Medway middle & high school students and to promote an open and cooperative relationship among the home, school and community.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY


Looking for a way to help MSPTO? Check out our volunteer form: 

Next MSPTO meeting:
Tonight
Wednesday, January 25
7:30pm Medway HighSchool

Retirement Scrapbook for Mrs. Farley

As you may know, Mrs. Farley is retiring from Medway Middle School at the end of the 2016-2017 school year.  To thank her for her 22 years of service we would like to surprise her with a scrapbook of memories from her students.  If you would like to submit a fond memory of Mrs. Farley please fill out the Google form below.  If you know of other students who would like to participate please forward the link to them as well, we are hoping to get as many stories as possible.  


Thank You!

 

 

If you have any questions please email Laurie Ladouceur: lladouceur@medwayschools.org 

 





MSPTO Information

 We have been thrilled to see membership forms coming in to the school office and through the mail. 
As you know, the MSPTO provides the middle and high schools educational programming, support for teachers and parents, scholarship ceremonies, and support for important events like Teacher Appreciation Days, Ski Club and Nature's Classroom. 
No, you don't have to join to get involved, but we moved to this model so we aren't asking families to buy, sell, run or "-athon" for the cause. The $20 "membership" is per family, a nominal fee, and no, you don't have to be a member to volunteer for any MSPTO activity. We love your support, in whatever form it takes.

Need a form - only one needed per family. Click below - note there is a separate form for middle school and for high school parents:

Middle school families: http://bit.ly/MSPTOMS16

High school families: http://bit.ly/MSPTOHS16


We had a great response from students and parents attending the screening of Screenagers on Monday, September 26. 

As a follow-up, we would like to provide this link to the Screenagers website. Their website has many resourceful links including "Tech Talk Tuesday" where you can sign up to receive a weekly conversation starter to continue the discussion about screen time with your children. Click here to visit the site.


SCREENAGERS dives deep into how technology impacts kids’ development and the challenges of parenting in the digital world. We live in a world where parents must compete with video games, texting addiction, and social media.






Next MSPTO Meeting

January 25 at the Medway High School Guidance Office

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