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District Announcements
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Bus Route Update
There will be a slight delay in publishing the bus routes so the bus company can update them to accommodate recently announced road construction. We hope to have the routes updated and available Aug. 23 or 24. Thank you for your patience, and we apologize for any inconvenience.
Welcome to Jaworek Elementary!
444 Hosmer Street
Marlborough, MA 01752
(508) 460-3506
Student Instructional Day:  8:50 a.m. - 3:05 p.m.

Ronald Sanborn, Principal
Kalliope Pantazopoulos - Assistant Principal
Back-to-School Information
School starts soon! See the links below for back-to-school information.
  • Is your child new to Marlborough Public Schools and needs to register for the 2016-17 school year? Click here for information about our Registration & Parent Outreach Center.
  • Click here for school supply lists (all grades, translations included).
  • Click here for summer reading & math information (all grades, translations included).
  • Bus routes will be posted around Aug. 24 - click here for transportation information and bus routes.
  • Student handbooks/guides can be found here.
  • Lunch menus will be posted here each month. This page also has information about the online payment system for lunches as well as information about and applications for the free & reduced lunch program.
  • The 2016-17 School Year Calendar can be accessed by the link at the top of any webpage.
DESE message for parents
Parents: Please see this Back-to-School message from the MA Office of Elementary and Secondary Education.
Open Door Day
Mark your calendars: Jaworek's Open Door Day will be 2-3 p.m. Monday, Aug. 29!
Summer Math & Reading Rally
Jaworek students are participating in a Summer Math & Reading Rally. The following Information about the rally was sent home with students - it's posted here as well in case you missed it!  Rally Newsletter / Summer Reading Tips / Rally Calendar & Ideas.
Summer Reading/Math Information
Please click here for summer reading & math information!
The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Students in Lisa Pacific's and Ruth Kuniholm's kindergarten classes took to the Jaworek stage for an end-of-the-year performance of Eric Carle's "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" on June 17. The students themselves made the scenery and costumes for the play. Below are highlights of the performance.

Reading across the district
Read Across America's celebration of Dr. Seuss was a family affair March 2 in Trish O'Malley's fourth-grade classroom, when sixth-grader Christopher King visited his sister's class to read. Rosie King joined her classmates to hear brother Christopher read "The Lorax," then paused for a photo afterward.

Each year Whitcomb School sixth-graders don Suess's trademark red and white striped hats and visit the elementary schools to read to the younger students in honor of Read Across America day.
A visit from Helen Keller
Helen Keller (aka actress Sheryl Faye) visited with Jaworek second-graders Feb. 2 and presented her "Helen Keller: Champion of the Disabled" show, in which she portrays what it must have been like for Keller to overcome her multiple disabilities. The show is one of several in Faye's Historical Women series. She appeared courtesy of the Jaworek PTO.
Great pajama drive
Kudos to Jaworek third-graders, who for the third year participated in an annual 
December pajama drive. This year they collected 171 pairs of new pajamas for children in need. The pajamas will go to SMOC in Framingham to be disbursed to local shelters and agencies to help area families in crisis.
Manage student food services accounts online
The district is pleased to offer a service that provides our families with the convenience of online food service account management. For more information, click here!
Lexia Reading
Students: Click HERE for the link to the Lexia Reading Core 5 webpage.
Jaworek Community Readers rock!

On Oct. 29, MA Senator James Eldridge, MA Representative Danielle Gregoire, and other Jaworek VIPs visited classrooms, read books to students, and answered questions for the school's annual Community Readers Day.

Thank you to all our community readers!

Welcome back!
The last two weeks in August were a flurry of activity in the Marlborough Public Schools as teachers prepared their classrooms for the new school year. Shown are Jaworek kindergarten teacher Nancy Tucker putting her new students’ names on bulletin board cut-outs. Also shown is new first-grade teacher Chelsea Sweetapple readying her bulletin board for her new “sweet apple” students’ photos.


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District Food Services policy: In January 2015 the School Committee passed a policy regarding the charging of food services (school lunches) and the managing of outstanding balances. Please click here to read about the policy and how it affects student food service accounts.
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Online ELL Literacy Resources for Families
The Massachusetts Educators of English Language Learners (MATSOL) has compiled multilingual literacy resources for families in honor of Family Literacy Month in Massachusetts. It includes resources in Spanish, Portuguese, and other languages spoken by Marlborough families. To access these resources, click here: http://www.matsol.org/multilingual-literacy-resources-for-parents.
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Support Jaworek School by becoming a volunteer!
Volunteers play an important and valuable role in our school. Join our Jaworek team by becoming a Jaworek volunteer. See our Volunteer Brochure (English / Portuguese / Spanish) for more information!
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Parents: Starting with the 2012-13 school year, the district implemented a standards-based report card system. These report cards differ from those in the past; the new report cards reflect the Common Core standards embedded in the district’s new curriculum. Feedback on the report cards will be collected periodically to identify and develop revisions as needed. To access a parent pamphlet on the standards-based report cards, click:  English - Portuguese - Spanish. To access a glossary of terms and phrases, click: EnglishPortugueseSpanish.

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District Nondiscrimination Policy
It is the policy of the Marlborough Public Schools not to discriminate on the basis of race, gender, religion, national origin, color, homelessness, sexual orientation, gender identity, age or disability in its education programs, services, activities or employment practices.
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