Tuesday, January 20, the School Committee hosted a Budget
Forum with the community and asked residents to participate
in a one question survey. Facing a deficit for the 2016-2017
school year, the School Committee and administration sought
stakeholder feedback. Should the Uxbridge Public Schools
accept a deficit and make reductions or should the School
Committee seek additional resources to support the school
department budget needs?
the link below to view the online survey responses.
New England Association of Schools and
Colleges (NEASC) Final Report...
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The Uxbridge Public Schools serves
The Uxbridge Public Schools serves approximately 2100
students in grades Pre-K through grade 12. Students attend
Uxbridge High School for grades nine through twelve,
McCloskey Middle School for grades six through eight, Whitin
Elementary School for grades three through five, and the
Taft Learning Center for Pre-K through Grade 2.
Approximately 310 full-time and part-time teachers, support
staff, and administrators serve our student population by
providing challenging instructional programs.
The mission of the Uxbridge Public Schools is to
provide challenging educational programs and services to
meet the diverse needs of all students in a safe, supportive
environment and, in partnership with the community, prepare
students to become competent, creative and contributing
Our Guiding Principles are:
Each staff member serving the Uxbridge Public Schools is
an educator and role model who is responsible for making a
significant contribution to the education, growth, and
development of the whole child.
The major role of all members of the Uxbridge educational
community is to prepare students to become
responsible, ethical, and productive members of society.
Educators best help students to succeed by inspiring,
challenging, and guiding them to reach their full potential.
Learning is a life-long process, and all students
must be given full opportunity to reach their potential and
to develop an appreciation for learning.
Families are students’ first and most influential teachers
and are partners with the schools and the community
promoting learning. Effective communication is essential to
The school climate promotes the social, emotional, and
physical well being of the members of the school
community. The climate must encourage respectful attitudes,
provide a safe, positive, and nurturing environment, and
promote inclusive practices.
Curriculum, instruction and assessment are connected
and directly tied to National Standards and Massachusetts
Your suggestions and comments are welcome. Please
Contact Us with your suggestions.
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The Uxbridge Public Schools ensures equal
employment and educational opportunities for its employees
and students and does not discriminate on the basis of race,
color, creed, national origin, sex, gender identity,
disability, or sexual orientation in compliance with Title
VI, Title IX, section 504/ADA and G.L. c151b and 157c.