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             *  * 2014-2015 School Year *  *

2014-2015 Bus Routes...CLICK HERE >>

Bus Information Letter to Incoming Grade 3 and Grade 6 Students...CLICK HERE >>

Bus Policy...CLICK HERE >>

                  2014-2015 School Hours

Taft ELC (K-Gr.2)                  Taft ELC Pre-K
8:35 a.m.-3:00 p.m.                AM Pre-K : 8:45 a.m.-11:15 a.m.
508-278-8643                         PM Pre-K: 12:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m.

Whitin Elem. School             McCloskey Middle School
(Grades 3-5)                        (Grades 6-8)
8:35 a.m.-3:00 p.m.                7:40 a.m.-2:05 p.m.
508-278-8640                         508-278-8634

Uxbridge High School (Grades 9-12)
7:30 a.m.-1:55 p.m.

Superintendent's Office  508-278-8648
Business Office  508-278-8648 ext. 104
For any bus questions/concerns please call the Business Office
508-278-8648 ext. 104.




On Saturday, September 20th from 9AM to 2PM at St. Mary’s Church Parking Lot, 77 Mendon Street, Uxbridge, the Uxbridge Friends of Music will sponsor a “Recycle for Music Day”, featuring a yard sale, craft and bake sale, and recycling for cash.

Everyone can participate in making this event a great success!

We will be accepting clean, usable clothes, accessories, shoes, sneakers, soft toys...redeemable bottles and cans....printer cartridges and cell phones ...and gently used household items for a yard sale and recycling for cash program. (We are not able to accept televisions or computer monitors). This is a great way to earn $$ for our Music Program, while helping others as well.

We also invite you to make a craft or bake your favorite treat for our Craft Table and Bake Sale. (Please include a list of ingredients for baked goods).

For those of you who wish to support this event by renting space, please complete the attached Vendor Application and invite others to participate, too!

All proceeds will directly benefit the students in our Uxbridge Music program. Funds go to the purchase and maintenance of school instruments, music festivals and so much more!

For information about ongoing fundraisers and events throughout the year, join us at our UFM meetings, visit our website at uxbridgefriendsofmusic.org  and Like us on Facebook!

Contact Liz Wondolowski at wondoliz@charter.net  with any questions. As always, we thank you for your continued support.

~ The Uxbridge Friends of Music

To View Flyer....CLICK HERE>>

To View Brochure ....CLICK HERE>>

To Download Vendor Application Form....CLICK HERE>>


Learn About a Different Culture Host a Student, CLICK HERE>>

The Uxbridge Public Schools Assessment and Accountability Report Cards

         - Taft Early Learning Center...CLICK HERE >>>

         - Whitin Elementary School...CLICK HERE >>>

          - McCloskey Middle School...CLICK HERE >>>

          - Uxbridge High School...CLICK HERE >>>

Uxbridge Public Schools Strategy Overview 2013-2016...CLICK HERE >>>

VIEW Superintendent Carney's Entry Plan, CLICK HERE>>

Revised School Committee Policy Manual...CLICK HERE >>>

FY15 Budget Calendar...CLICK HERE >>>

Uxbridge Public Schools Spending Trend...CLICK HERE >>>

2012-2013 MCAS Results and Analysis...CLICK HERE >>>








*  *  *    ANNOUNCEMENTS - EVENTS - NEWS    *  *  *

Healthy Weight: Assessing your Weight: BMI: About BMI for Children and Teens...CLICK HERE >>

Save Coupons and Support our Troops ..CLICK HERE >>

Uxbridge Public Schools One of 46 Districts Named to the 2012 AP District Honor Roll...CLICK HERE >>

To view the Uxbridge Public School District's  Bullying Prevention and Intervention Plan, the School Committee's Harassment Policy (Sexual Harassment, Bullying, and Hazing),
and Bullying Reporting Information

Parent Information on the Facts of Lice ...CLICK HERE>>

2nd Uxbridge Police Department now offers to residents Nixle, a community information service that will alert you to public safety threats and community events via web, e-mail, and cell phone.  Nixle is free, simple, and trusted.  To learn more...CLICK HERE >>


NEASC Removes Uxbridge from Accreditation Probation...CLICK HERE >>>

New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) Final Report... CLICK HERE >>

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 citizens.

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 this partnership.

  • 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 State frameworks.

Your suggestions and comments are welcome. Please Contact Us with your suggestions.

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