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  • New Acting School Superintendent 

    "Meet & Greet"

    Friday, March 24, from 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM


    Saturday, April 1, from 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

    Stop by to meet our new Acting School Superintendent, Carol Costello. She would like to see what is on the minds of the townspeople in terms of connecting to the schools, possible new ideas and events we could share, and discussing our budget needs. She wants to start off her tenure by hearing the concerns of the people and their thoughts and opinions.
    Light refreshments will be served.


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  • Moses Reed Tyler Scholarship Application 2023 available for Berlin residents. 
    All the details are in the application, including a brief summary at the beginning of the application. 
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  • Below is the link to the Zoom recording of the Budget Hearing from Saturday March 18, 2023.

    The Passcode for this video is : Passcode: rRTx8#m3

    Zoom Link

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  • Berlin-Boylston Regional School Committee Public Meeting Notice:

    In accordance with Section MGL Chapter 71, Section 38N will hold a public hearing and vote on the FY24 Budget on Saturday, March 18, 2023 at 1 PM at Tahanto Regional Middle/High School in the Multipurpose Room, 1001 Main St., Boylston, MA 01505.  The agenda is to review and vote the FY23-24 budget.

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  • Presentation of Budget for School Committee Meeting March 18, 2023

    Final FY24 Budget Presentation

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  • School & District DESE Report Cards

    The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education annually prepares report cards for each public school and district in the state, and districts receiving federal Title I funds are required to distribute report cards to parents/guardians of all enrolled students. The BBRSD report cards are distributed electronically, although you can request a hard copy if you would like.

    You can click the links below to find the report card you would like to see:

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    Three-Year District Improvement Plan

    Click here to view the BBRSD Three-Year District Improvement Plan

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  • BBRSD's DESE School District Profile

    Click here to see Berlin-Boylston Regional School District's profile from the MA Department of Elementary & Secondary Education, which includes enrollment and financial data along with much more.

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    Changes were made to the 2022-2023 School Year Calendar and approved by the BBRSD School Committee on September 27. Please click  here to view it

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  • BBRSD School Committee Agendas

    To view all BBRSD School Committee Agendas click HERE

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  • FY23 Budget Presentation2-15-2022

    Please click here to view slides from the FY23 budget presentation from the open hearing on 2-15-2022.

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    Please see the BBRSD ESSER III Plans for Use of Funds Here.

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    Bay State Textiles 

    Please see this information sheet to learn how Bay State Textiles donations help create jobs and help the environment. 

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  • Contact BBRSD

    Questions?? Contact us via email at  

    Berlin Memorial School 978-838-2417

    34 South Street, Berlin

    8:25 a.m.- 2:55 p.m. (Early Release 11:45)

    Boylston Elementary School 508-869-2200

    200 Sewall Street, Boylston

    8:25 a.m.- 2:55 p.m. (Early Release 11:45)

    Tahanto Regional Middle High School 508-869-2333

    1001 Main Street, Boylston

    7:25 a.m. - 2:15 p.m. (Early Release 10:56 a.m.)

    BBRSD Central Office 508-869-2837

    215 Main Street, Boylston

    8:00 a.m. -4:00 p.m.

    COVID Protocols/Updates


    Letter from DESE to MA Public Schools

    MA DPH Vaccination Information Flyer

    Updated August 15, 2022


    Food Resources 


    The COVID-19 Pandemic has been difficult for many. BBRSD is committed to helping families in our communities find resources to help feed their families. 

    Boylston Food Pantry, located at Boylston Town Hall, is open each Monday from 10 am-12 pm and by appointment, please send an email with your name, email, and phone number to schedule an appointment.  

    First Congregational Church of Boylston has a large group of people available to pick up groceries/supplies and make deliveries to those who are not comfortable leaving their homes or need help with purchasing groceries, medicine, or household supplies. If you are a senior citizen, immunocompromised, in financial need, or not feeling well, call the Boylston First Congregational Church office at (508) 869-2027 on Monday-Friday from 9 a.m.-noon. On weekends/evenings, call or text 508-873-3750 or (508) 579-1725. 

    Berlin Family Food Pantry, 23 Linden Street, Berlin, MA. Call: Fran Gill at (978) 838-2508 if you find yourself in need of long-term or temporary assistance due to your individual situation including illness, unemployment, or school closing. This assistance is also available to all town employees. Currently, due to the closure of the Town Offices, Food Pantry volunteers are working with clients to ensure that they receive the food, hygiene products, and pet food that they need. You can also fill out a new client form: 

    Wheat Community Cupboard and Cafe, 272 High St., Clinton, MA 01510 508-370-4943 Packaged hot meals will be handed out from 5-6 pm Monday - Friday. Community Cupboard pantry hours are:
    Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 10 am-1:00 pm, Monday and Thursday 4:30 pm-6:00 pm.

    CARE Food Pantry: open on Thursdays, 4-6 p.m.; St John’s Church (Clinton) gym. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the pantry is providing prepackaged bags of food at the door. No ID required.

    Free/Reduced School Lunch Eligibility Information 

    Free/Reduced School Lunch Application 

    Project Bread Hunger and Food Resource

    Project Bread Food Source Hotline 1-800-645-8333 (M-F 8 am-7 pm, Sat 10 am-2 pm)

    Our Mission: To support and challenge all students to achieve personal and academic excellence in a student-centered environment.

    Our Vision:  The Berlin-Boylston Public Schools will create a challenging learning environment to ensure that all students exhibit continuous improvement and pursue personal excellence and become actively engaged independent learners and decision-makers.  As an inclusive school community, instruction will be provided in a caring, safe and healthy learning environment, responsive to each student, in collaboration with families and the community.