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 and supportive environment; in partnership with the community, we will prepare students to become competent, creative, and contributing citizens.
Our Guiding Principles
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.