59 Adams Street, Medfield, MA 02052  |  (508) 359-5135

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Latest News

Medfield Public Schools Integrated Presc...

Registration for new families for the Medfield Integrated Preschool will begin January 23, 2017 for the 2017-2018 school year. [ ... ]

Preschool Screening Information

In accordance with the MA Special Education Law, Medfield Public Schools will conduct “child find” screenings of children ages [ ... ]

Parent Brochure: Child Study Team & Res...

A team of Memorial, Wheelock and Dale Street teachers and principals created a consistent process to use to assist our students. [ ... ]

Contact Memorial School

Dr. Melissa Bilsborough, Principal

Student Absence Reporting:
(508) 242-8504

Office:  (508) 359-5135
Fax:  (508) 359-1419
Guidance:  (508) 359-5135
LMC:  (508) 242-8515
Nurse:  (508) 242-8576

59 Adams Street
Medfield, MA 02052

School Hours: 8:25 a.m. - 2:55 p.m.
Early Dismissal Time: 11:40 a.m.

Mission Statement

At Memorial School we believe…
Everyone belongs, Everyone learns,
Everyone grows, Everyone gives

Following these beliefs we have created a child centered place that values the development of the whole child and supports and nurtures each individual as he/she grows to meet curriculum requirements and social expectations. Our programs provide children with a wide range of experiences that help to foster academic skills, basic life skills and positive self-concept.  We believe that the Memorial School should provide a warm, personalized, safe environment that is oriented toward recognizing the individuality of each child while fostering an understanding of his/her role as a group member.  We take time to teach concepts of respect, responsibility, kindness, and cooperation so that the environment is conducive to learning required curriculum.

Forms & Documents

Description PDF File
News from the School Nurse November 2016
Holiday Fitness Clinic with Mr. Grace (12/27-29)
Memorial PTO Meeting Minutes October 2016
Parent Brochure: Child Study Team & Response to Intervention
Memorial PTO Teacher Thank You Fund
Stop & Shop A+ Rewards (Memorial School)
MPS Student Responsible Use Guidelines 2016-2017
Elementary Handbook 2016-2017