Community Trivia Night

This year’s Trivia Night will be held on Friday, October 21, 2016.

Round 2 is sold out!
Click here to register for round 1
Click here to be added to the wait list for round 2

Thanks to you, our community, the Fall Ball and online auction were an overwhelming success!

Once again the Medfield community, our sponsors, and so many others showed their dedication to our schools by helping the MCPE raise over $70,000 (135% of our goal) during this biennial fundraiser. Your support helps the Medfield public schools continue to build upon the excellence for which they have become so well known. Thank you!
Thank you Wendi Ayer and Kim Price for all of your hard work and dedication in planning this amazing event!

Michael G. Thompson, Ph.D. to speak in Medfield on October 26, 2016

Medfield Talks, a new committee comprised of MCPE, K-8 and High School PTOs, SEPAC, Medfield Music Association the Medfield Foundation, Medfield Public School Superintendent, Dr. Jeffery Marsden Ph.D. and the district leadership team, will kick off a speaker series on October 26th with Michael G. Thompson, Ph.D.

Michael G. Thompson, Ph.D. is an internationally respected and recognized consultant, author and psychologist specializing in children and families. He is currently the consulting psychologist for The Belmont Hill School in Belmont, MA.

In 2004, Dr. Thompson published The Pressured Child: Helping Your Child Achieve Success in School and Life, which prompted a national discussion on the positive and negative roles of stress in children’s lives. The Pressured Child has helped a generation of parents navigate the challenges faced by our children as they progress from their kindergarten through high school years. Through a grant from the MCPE, Medfield Talks is privileged to host Dr. Thompson, who will speak to middle and high schoolers during the day and present on his observations and discussions to parents in the evening.

Please join us on October 26th from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. in the MHS Auditorium for this important event. Dr. Thompson’s presentation is free and open to the Medfield community. Additional information on tickets will be available in early October.

Click here to register.