Bullying Prevention Month

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October is National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month. The Worcester Public Schools are committed to providing all students with a safe learning environment that is free from in-person bullying and cyber-bullying.

Clark University Splash

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Splash offers a full day of over 80 classes taught by Clark students to over 400 local students in grades 5-12.

Event Date(s): 
Sunday, November 13, 2016 -
10:00am to 5:00pm

2016-2017 WPS Flu Clinics Schedule

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The Worcester Public School Department of Nursing will be holding Flu Clinics in all schools throughout the district during school hours from Monday, October 17th through October 27th.

Burncoat UNITES Registration

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Registration for the Burncoat UNITES (Unifying New Instrumentalists Through El Sistema) after school program is now open to all WPS student instrumentalists in grades 4-9.

Elementary Instrumental In-school Lessons Program

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Worcester Public Schools elementary instrumental in-school lessons program is now accepting registration for students in grades 3-6.

2016 Summer Reading

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This year's summer reading lists are now available! Enjoy summer and read, read, read.

2016 - 2017 School Bus Routes

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As we prepare for the 2016 -2017 school year, we are pleased to inform you that the regular school bus routes for those students who qualify for transportation have been posted.

Free Summer Meals for Kids 2016

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The Worcester Pubic Schools is once again participating in the USDA funded Summer Food Program.

One City, One Library Branches Summer Hours

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The Worcester Public Library’s One City, One Library Branches will have new hours for the summer of 2016.

Congratulations Healthy Start Schools!

EOS

Photo: The Orocho family with Goddard Principal Yuisa Perez Chionchio and Wrap Around Coordinator Elsa Rivera.

At an event at the State House on May 5th, the Eos Foundation proudly recognized eleven Worcester Public Schools along with other partners from 92 schools across 19 Massachusetts districts with $56,000 in grants for their commitment to support universal free, after the bell, breakfast in the classroom (BIC) as a powerful tool to fight childhood hunger, and boost academic achievement in our high-need communities. Over 41,000 students in high need schools benefit from these schools’ breakfast programs each school day.

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