The third annual Woodchuck Challenge has been postponed until the spring. Information will be posted when it has been rescheduled.
The first school fundraiser is going on now! Students have received flyers from Great American Opportunities. Students need to return order forms and money to their homeroom teachers by September 20, 2017.
Please see the parent letter for online ordering and other important information about the fundraiser.
Please click here to view the Taunton Public Schools 2017-2018 school bus routes and bus stops.
Letters have been sent home with the name of your student's homeroom teacher.
Many parents have requested supply lists so that they can purchase any needed materials prior to school starting. Parents are not required to purchase anything, as we will provide any essential materials. However, for parents who would like to provide their student with their own materials, below are some guidelines of what can be purchased for each grade. In some cases, individual teachers may request that students use certain items once school begins.
Please join us for our Grade 5 Boot Camp. Parents are welcome to attend. Students will .....
Hope to see you there!
End of the year report cards for Martin Middle School have been mailed home.
Joseph H. Martin Middle School
Where children come first.
131 Caswell Street
Mrs. Elizabeth Rodrigues, Principal
Mrs. Kathleen DeCouta, Assistant Principal
Grades 5 - 7
Tier II 8:20 AM - 2:35 PM
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Who was Joseph H. Martin?
Joseph H. Martin (1889-1969) was a great American success story. He joined the Taunton-based silver company Reed & Barton at age 13 as an office boy and retired 54 years later as a Vice President. Active in the community, Martin served on the Taunton School Committee and was a trustee of the Taunton Public Library for 38 years. (Source: "A History of Taunton Massachusetts," William F. Hanna, 2007.)
Student & Family Links
Martin PTO Website
Martin PTO Newsletter
Anna Hart Library
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