Martinson Messenger


Principal's News

This week we honored our fifth graders at our Recognition Ceremony. Students gave outstanding performances of their class creations including a letter, a game, a poem and a song. We are so proud of our students and all the hard work they have done throughout their school years. We will miss them, but know that they will do amazing things as they move to FBMS and then to MHS. They are a wonderful group of students and it has been an honor to be their principal.

Big Ryan's Tall Tales- Gr. K

Important Dates

Mon. June 20- No School- Juneteenth Holiday

Tues. June 21- Favorite Sports Team Spirit Day

Tues. June 21- Gr.1. Field Trip To Castle Island

Tues. June 21- Gr. 3 Greek Myths Play

Wed. June 22- Hawaiian Spirit Day

Wed. June 22- Gr. K Celebration- 12:00PM

Thurs. June 23- Marshfield Pride Spirit Day

Thurs. June 23- Last Day of School - 12:10 PM, Lunch will not be served

Summer Reading Challenge

Please click here for the i- Ready Summer Challenge and click here for Marshfield Public Schools' Reading Website!

From the Cafe

Free Lunch for All Marshfield Students through June 2022

Please note due to staff, food, and delivery shortages menu is subject to change without notice.

Please click here for the June Menu.

Nurse's Corner

There has been an uptick in illnesses at school- ( Seasonal Allergies, Strep throat, Influenza, Gastro-intestinal issues, and Covid- to name a few) please be vigilant in monitoring your children for any symptoms prior to sending them to school.

If you have concerns about illness/ symptoms in the morning- please call Nurse Mudge 781-319-3985 to discuss before sending them in, as well as questions regarding absences or attendance issues- I am happy to discuss.

Covid Guidelines: Unfortunately we are still dealing with Covid cases, please be sure you are aware of the Guidelines we are currently following :

  • The day of a positive test is considered day " zero" ---we then count out 5 days - which extends up to midnight, and on the morning of day 6 is when the positive person may come out of "isolation" and return to school - pending no lingering symptoms & must be 100 % symptom free and feeling all better- and if not, then extend the absences until all symptoms are gone. Coming out of isolation too soon could potentiate transmission.
  • a mask must be worn in school until day 10 is over .
  • notify anyone who was in/ close proximity in the 48 hrs prior to testing + so they can monitor for symptoms

Spring has Sprung!!!

Please be sure your child brings a water bottle to school each day- preferably one that is easily refillable at our touchless refill stations.

Have children dress in layers- the building can become quite warm, and children can overheat very easily.

Sunscreen must be applied at home- before coming to school.

There has been an increase in the prevalence of ticks. Students have been advised to frequently check themselves especially around the ankles, legs and head region after coming inside from any outdoor activities.


CONGRATS to our New PTO Board members for the 2022-2024 school year.

Co-Presidents Meghan Rogers and Lori Barberi

Co-Vice Presidents- Michelle Wall and Maggie Van Cleave

Ali Goodrich and Jessica Sweeney-Ahmad will be returning as Treasurer and Secretary, respectively.

FOURTH GRADE PARENTS: Please start considering becoming involved with 5th Grade Recognition planning. Having a team come together in September allows plenty of time! If you have any questions, please email

District News

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