Millbury Street Elementary School

To prepare all students to be life-long learners and responsible citizens

Principal's Pen

  •  Message to Sixth Grade Parents from the Grafton Middle School

    It is hard to believe that it is the time of year when we begin planning for the transition of your sixth grade child into seventh grade. Over the next few weeks, we will be sending you instructions to go on to PowerSchool and complete the course registration process. In anticipation of this important process, we ask you now to please take time to review your demograhic informaton on your child's PowerSchool account to ensure it is accurate. 
    We would also like to invite you to the Grade 6 Parent Orientation Night on Tuesday, March 27th at 6:30pm - 7:30pm in the Grafton Middle School Auditorium. Please mark you calendars! 


    Winter Recess is February 19 - 23 -  School resumes on Monday, February 26th

    Harlem Wizards are coming to town!

    Mark your calendars - the Harlem Wizards are coming to town on Monday, March 19 for a fun-filled basketball game against some of our favorite teachers and staff! This PTO sponsored community-building event will prove to be entertaining and engaging, so don't miss your chance - buy tickets early!

    Ticket order forms went home students Thursday, February 8th and will be sold on a "first come, first served" basis. Click here for order form.

    Courtside Plus & Premium seats are limited in quantity and available ONLINE ONLY -

    All other tickets (student & general admission) will be sold in paper form.

    We do expect the game to sell out - please plan accordingly and purchase tickets early!

    Ticket Prices: 
    Student $10 pre-sale; *$15 at the door*
    General Admission $12 pre-sale; *$15 at the door*
    Premium Seating (center court) $20 (purchased online only)
    Courtside Plus (courtside seating & extras!) $25 (purchased online only)
    ** Tickets will only be available at the door if they do not sell out in advance.

    Event details:

    Monday, March 19, 2018

    Game time: 6:30pm (doors open at 5:30pm)

    Location: Grafton Middle School Gymnasium

    February PTO Meeting - Tuesday, March 13th 7pm  MSES Library

    Click HERE for agenda

    Six Flags Read to Succeed  

    Congrats to those students who read six or more hours! Your Six Flags free admission ticket should arrive at MSES in early April!

    MSES Title I Report Card

    We are pleased to provide you with a copy of our school’s report card. It contains information about school and district accountability, achievement, our students and teachers, and other important measures of school performance. Please see the twolinks below to access more information and the report.

    Title I Accountability Letter

    Millbury Street Elementary School 2017 Accountability Report Card

    When should your child stay home from school? Here are a few guidelines you might want to follow:

    1.) A runny nose is the way many children respond to dust, pollen, or simply a change of season. If it isn't a common cold, then it's an allergy and allergies are not contagious. You do not need to keep the child home.

    2.) A bad cough or cold symptoms can indicate a severe cold, bronchitis, flu or even pneumonia. Some children suffer one cold after another all winter long, and an ordinary cold should not be a reason to miss school. But if your child is not acting right, has a
 fever, difficulty breathing or is dehydrated, it could be serious. Check with your pediatrician.

    3.) Diarrhea and vomiting may be symptoms of a contagious stomach virus. These symptoms make children very uncomfortable, and being near a bathroom is a priority. If your child has repeated episodes of diarrhea and/or vomiting, with or without a fever, rash or general weakness, consult your pediatrician and keep your child home during the illness, and for at least 24 hours after the symptoms pass.

    4.) Fever is an important symptom. When it occurs with a sore throat, nausea, lethargy or a rash your child may be contagious. Most pediatricians advise parents to keep children home during the course of a fever and for an additional 24 hours after the fever has passed. Please inform the nurse if your child has seen the pediatrician for a contagious illness such as strep throat, pneumonia, etc.

    Box Top Challenge

    The Winter Box Top Challenge is here! Hopefully you have been collecting the box top certificates since the fall challenge, and are ready to keep adding to your collection.  The challenge will end Feb. 14th, so be sure to return them to your child's class by then.  Don't forget, label them with the Teacher's Name so the class gets credit.  Watch for a collection sheet to come home in Wednesday folders next week.  Questions? Contact Cathy Lazo (


     Spring 2018 MCAS Testing Schedule

    The MCAS Spring 2018 Testing Schedule is now available. If possible, please try to avoid scheduling doctor’s appointments on your child’s testing dates. Thank you!

    Nurses’ Newsletter

    Can be accessed by clicking HERE.

    MSES Yearbook and PlicBooks

    This year, MSES is using a new Yearbook software program called PlicBooks. Parents are able to upload photographs of MSES classroom and school activities for potential inclusion in the yearbook. To learn more about this process and to access the uploading link please click HERE.

    Important Upcoming Dates

    Tuesday, February 13 - SG-PTO 7pm MSES Library

    Friday, February 16 - Movie Night - Wonder

    5 & 6th Intrumural Basketball Weds & Thurs 1/3 - 2/15

    Chess Club - All grades - Tues & Thurs through 3/1

    The school office is open from 7:45am – 3:45pm.  Please know that we are here to help.  If you have any questions or need assistance with anything, do not hesitate to contact us.


    School Banking  

    Millbury Street Elementary School participates in Save for America, the School Savings Program, sponsored by Homefield Credit Union. The voluntary program gives students the opportunity to open and maintain a savings account while at school.  Students will learn the principles of saving, how to manage money, and the importance of investing money for a return.  The Homefield Credit Union will begin new accounts with a $5.00 balance.  Students with new or existing accounts will be allowed to make deposits to their accounts on Wednesday mornings each week. Accounts from both North and South Grafton Elementary will be transferred to Millbury Street Elementary School.

    CARES Certificates

    MSES staff and students can nominate a school community member for a CARES certificate when they have witnessed a deliberate act that exemplifies the core values of: Cooperation, Assertiveness, Responsibility, Empathy and Self-control.  Mrs. Coakley, Mr. Tucker or Mrs. Stocklin presents the certificate to the nominated student in their classroom so everyone can show appreciation for their kind act.  Already this school year we have presented over 45 certificates!

    Lunch Menus

    Lunch menus are no longer being printed for every student. It can be accessed from the web page under Food Services. Families who are in need of a hard copy can request one through their child’s teacher. Free and Reduced lunch forms are available in hard copy from the school office or online.

    Friendly Reminder! Student Morning Drop Off

    Please do not drop children off at the school’s main entrance in the morning. Only buses may use this drive. If your child is being dropped off in the morning please pull into the main parking lot and drop your child off curbside at the side entrance to the building. Please try to have your child hop out of the car on the sidewalk and avoid pulling out from the curb and passing cars that children are exiting. Children may begin to enter the building at 8:10AM. The instructional day begins at 8:25AM. Any child arriving after that time is tardy and must check into to the office with the adult dropping them off. Thank you for your help!

    Reminder - Walking to School Wednesdays now until December and MSES Spirit Wear Days are held the last Friday of every month!


    SG-PTO Web Page

    Fun Run May 2017 Movie

    If your child takes medicine during the school day it needs to be delivered to the school nurses by a parent with the prescription label attached.  
    Parent Pick-up  
    If you will be picking up your child from school you must park your car and enter the building from the large parking lot by the cafeteria.  Parents will be able to enter the building at 2:50pm.  The students are dismissed from the cafeteria by staff on duty.  Please form a line to sign out your child.  Parents are not permitted to enter the cafeteria during parent pick up. If your child will be a regular parent pick up please send in a note the first day of school stating the days you will picking them up.  If you need to place your child on the Parent Pick up List for a specific afternoon please send in a note that morning so we can add them to the sign out sheet.  You may not pick up a child other than your own unless we have written permission of the parent. There is no parking in the fire lane in the front of the school during the school year. Please use the side lots and enter though the main entrance in front of the flagpoles.


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    • Principal: 
      Mrs. Joanne M. Stocklin

      Assistant Principal: 
      Mrs. Mary Coakley 

      Assistant Principal: 
      Mr. Michael Tucker 

      Administrative Secretary:
      Ms. Lisa Wise

      Administrative Secretary:
      Mrs. AnneMarie Balogh de Galantha

      105 Millbury Street
      Grafton, MA 01519

      Phone: 508-839-0757
      Fax: 508-839-7458

      Hours: 8:25 am - 2:55pm 
      Early Release Dismissal: 11:25 am

      About MSES:  Millbury Street Elementary School is a collaborative community of learners. Here at MSES, we promote academic success and help to develop responsible citizens in an inclusive environment. With adult support, students learn to be accountable in both academic and social situations. Our expectations empower children and staff to recognize, respect and celebrate individual talents and abilities. Technology is integral to our learning, sharing, and communicating. Learning together at MSES is challenging, interactive, fun, and exciting!

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