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Pembroke has been honored with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from The NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education.
To Parent and Guardians:
All Free and reduced applications must be submitted for each school year. If you submitted one last school year (2018-2019) your application expired on October 1, 2019. Your child will be charged full price for breakfast and lunch. Please email Cindy.email@example.com for a new application or call Cindy at 339-244-5038.
For Immediate Release:
NOTICE: Mosquito Spraying on September 12, 2019
Dear School Community;
Pembroke Public Schools in collaboration with the Plymouth County Mosquito Control Project will spray the Pembroke High School grounds to lower the risk of people encountering EEE (Eastern Equine Encephalitis) infected mosquitos in those specific areas. Although Pembroke remains at a MODERATE risk for EEE, this spraying is being done out of an abundance of caution with regard to the risk of EEE.
It remains critically important for people in communities at critical, high and moderate risk for EEE to continue to take personal precautions against mosquito bites. These steps include using EPA-approved bug spray, wearing long sleeves and pants outdoors to reduce exposed skin, and limiting outdoor activities in the hours from dusk to dawn when mosquitoes are most active.
The Pembroke High School grounds will be sprayed between approximately 2:00 AM and sunrise on September 12, 2019.
We have posted this message because the Massachusetts Pesticide Control Act requires parents, staff, and students to receive the Massachusetts Pesticide Bureau Consumer Information bulletin whenever pesticide applications are being made on the property of your school, daycare center, or school-age child care program. This bulletin is being provided to you along with a Standard Written Notification form and a Pesticide Specific Factsheet. Please see the attached informational documents provided by the Department of Agriculture Resources and the National Pesticide Information Center.
Per the Control Project, the fields will be ready to use the next day (September 13, 2019) after spraying. Any questions regarding this spraying, EEE, and overall health-related questions should be directed to the Pembroke Board of Health.
Thanks for your attention to this.
Public Media Release for Free & Reduced School Meals
Every child needs a healthy, nutritious meal to learn. Pembroke Public Schools offers nutritious meals to children each school day, often at a free or reduced-price for those who need it. Pembroke Public Schools participate in the National School Lunch and Breakfast Program (NSLBP), a federally funded program that helps children receive free or reduced meals. To Learn More Click Here.