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Malden Youth Soccer Winter Clinic

Timeframe of Clinic: Jan 8 – Feb 26th , 2023
When/Where: Sundays at the Salemwood Gym

Please visit https://www.maldenyouthsoccer.org/ to register!
Timeline for Sunday Clinic:  **Times will be the same every Sunday**
PreK Kindergarten : 9:15 am 10:15 am
Grade 1 2: 10:30 am 11:45 am
Grade 3 4: 12:00 pm 1:15 pm
Grade 5 6: 1:30pm 2:45 pm

Program Cost: $110 / child
*Family Max of $220*

**If cost of the program is ever an issue, please feel free to speak directly us at registrar@maldenyouthsoccer.org about possible solutions! **
Coaches do receive cost benefits for coaching. Please email us at registrar@maldenyouthsoccer.org if you are interested in learning more.

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COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic – Saturday, December 17, 2022

MPS and CHA are partnering to bring you COVID-19 vaccines – including the bivalent boosters.  The Pfizer vaccine will be available for people 5 years of age and older on Saturday, December 17 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm at the Salemwood School.  All welcome, no appointments necessary.  $75 Target gift cards available to all vaccinated.

4th Annual Malden Public Menorah Lighting – December 18, 2022

The 4th annual City of Malden Menorah lighting is coming up on Sunday December 18th.  Once again the Malden High Madrigals will be performing two Hanukkah songs at the lighting.  On Sunday December 18 at 5:00 pm, there will be family activities inside the city hall lobby.  The portion with the singing and Menorah lighting will be at 6pm in the courtyard.

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Schools Open for Malden Public Schools Students on Tuesday, October 18, 2022

We are very pleased to report that the representatives from the Malden School Committee and the Malden Education Association (MEA) reached a tentative agreement on a new three-year contract on Monday night. The tentative agreement reached must be ratified by MEA members and the Malden School Committee.

All schools will reopen for students and staff on a regular schedule on Tuesday, October 18, 2022.

We know that this period of uncertainty has been difficult for parents, students, and staff. We are hopeful that the proposal that received preliminary approval at the bargaining table tonight marks the beginning of a new chapter for our school district, in which we all move forward together to engage in the vital work of teaching and learning.

IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR PARENTS AND GUARDIANS

POTENTIAL Malden Education Association Strike

● The Malden Education Association (MEA) voted on Friday, October 14, to authorize the MEA Board to initiate a strike if a new contract agreement is not reached this weekend.

● At this point, school is scheduled to be in session on Monday, October 17, as usual.

● However, IF the MEA union leaders decide to hold an illegal strike, there will be no school for students on the day(s) that the strike occurs. No decision has been made yet to cancel school.

● In the event of a strike, all other activities would also be canceled for students – including before- and after-school programs, athletic practices and games, and extracurricular activities.

● We encourage families to begin making alternate arrangements for child care, just in case there is a strike.

● All union and non-union Malden Public Schools employees are required to report to work every day, whether in schools or central offices, regardless of any MEA job actions.

Please check this website for the latest updates on this developing situation.

Download: Letter to Families from the Superintendent (October 14, 2022)

Download: Press Statements from the Mayor and Superintendent (October 14, 2022)

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NRT Bus Inc. is Hiring School Bus Drivers!

Please see the attached flier for more details. You can also call (978) 788-6201 or visit www.nrtbus.com

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Welcome to the 2022-23 School Year

Dear Parents, Guardians, and Caregivers,

Welcome to the 2022-23 school year!!

We are excited to have students and staff in our buildings for another year of learning and growth. We also extend a warm welcome to all new students, parents/caregivers, and staff who are joining us this year.

School start dates and information:
– All PreK, Grades 1 – 12 students start on Wednesday, August 31, 2022
– All Kindergarten students will begin on Friday, September 9, 2022

NO SCHOOL:
– 09/02 No school
– 09/05 Labor Day (No school)
– 09/06 No School – Professional Development

For further dates and information, please see our School Calendar.

As we are getting ready to return to school, we want to share with you the “Back to School Information” from each of our schools:

Beebe: Beebe Back to School Information

Early Learning Center: Early Learning Center Back to School Information

Ferryway: Ferryway Back to School Information

Forestdale: Forestdale Back to School Information

Linden STEAM Academy: Linden Back to School Information

MHS: Malden High School Back to School Information

Salemwood: Salemwood Back to School Information

This year, we will continue to fulfill our mission of providing a welcoming and inclusive environment for all students to cultivate a lifelong joy of learning, achieve their academic potential, and engage as compassionate global citizens. We will do this by leaning on our core values of equity, integrity, resilience, and respect. These key concepts drive our work in our schools and classrooms, each and every day.

Although we know the pandemic remains a factor in our lives, we look forward to continuing our path to a sense of greater normalcy. This includes continuing to follow the guidance of the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) and Department of Public Health (DPH) in line with the most recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance. We will also be prepared to adjust our mitigation measures if we begin to see the rates of positive cases increase as time goes on. As always, we will keep you updated if any changes become necessary.

The safety of our students, educators, staff, and caregivers is a priority. Therefore, we will continue working closely with the Malden Police Department to ensure that ALICE training is conducted district-wide with in-person training in each of our schools. Similar to the previous school year, we will also hold an ALICE training webinar for parents/caregivers and community members.

The Malden Public Schools collaborates with other departments within the city such as the Malden Board of Health, Police, Fire and Facilities to ensure the health and safety of our students.

We are committed to ensuring that you are aware of district updates and opportunities to engage with our school communities. Therefore it is critical that we have accurate contact and medical information for your child. You will be able to update or confirm student information on the Online Student Information portal in ASPEN beginning August 24, 2022 (directions will be available on our website). This portal can also be translated into most languages. Translated paper packets will also be available at each school. While all forms will not be available on the portal, we are hopeful that the online process will reduce paper consumption and support busy families.

Finally, we want to thank you for all your support, understanding, and grace. We could not be where we are without our families and caregivers. Please know that we appreciate you.

I am grateful to move forward on this journey with such an engaged and supportive Malden Public Schools community. Together, we will make 2022-2023 an amazing school year!

Sincerely,

Dr. Noriega-Murphy
Superintendent