The team raised over $700 for The One Fund.
Malden High School
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Sunday, April 28, 2013
For the sixth year, Malden High students took part in the Massachusetts Young Playwrights’ Project (MYPP) through Boston University’s Playwrights’ Theater.
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
"You can't take any of this stuff lightly today," Superintendent David DeRuosi said. The student will face internal disciplinary action.
A teacher's report of a gun sighting on the Malden High School campus prompted a quick police response Monday afternoon, though officers ultimately recovered only a "neon-colored" water gun at the scene. While just a toy, fake guns are prohibited on-campus and can prompt a serious police response. "A teacher reported hearing a clicking motion, and thought a student may have had a gun," DeRuosi said when reached by phone Monday. "(Police) then found a water gun in the general vicinity." DeRuosi said new surveillance cameras installed as part of the school's renovations last year will help identify the student who brought the toy to campus. He added that administrators "have an idea of who the student may be." "You can't take any of that …
Friday, November 16, 2012
Students will perform "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" Friday and Saturday.
Monday, September 10, 2012
Mayor Gary Christenson said teens should enjoy use of the center by next month.
Contractors are chipping away at paint and preparing other renovations to bring the city's new teen enrichment center to life next month, thanks to the work of volunteers and political support from the mayor's office. The 5,500 square foot center, located across from Malden High School at 1 Salem St., will provide structured activities, homework help and other activities to keep kids busy after school. Mayor Gary Christenson signed a three-year lease for the building earlier this month. While the city will pay for rent and staffing costs, money for activities will be raised by a 501(c)3 non-profit organization affiliated with the center. For more information on the center, visit their Facebook page.
Thursday, September 6, 2012
Army Veteran served in the 82nd airborne Division.
(Editor's note: The following information was submitted by members of the Duffy family.) Brendan L. Duffy passed away on September 5, 2012. He was 74 years old. Brendan grew up in South Boston and graduated from English High School. He was a longtime resident of Malden and lived in Tewksbury for the past 8 years. Brendan was married to Elaine (Sabadini) Duffy, his loving wife for 52 years. He served in the U.S. Army during the Cold War and served in Germany in the 82nd Airborne Division. Brendan worked at Malden High School for 35 years, initially as a teacher of English and eventually as a Class Master/ Assistant Principal. He was first exposed to the luster of the MHS faculty when in the early ‘60’s, and while still in college, he …
Thursday, August 23, 2012
With the new school year upon us, help get your kids’ brains working again with this fun, free daily email newsletter.
Students of Malden Public Schools go back to school on Aug. 28 (K-8) and Aug. 29 (Malden High School), which means it’s time for an abundance of expensive school supplies, backpacks full of complicated text books and dreaded questions about math homework. With back-to-school stresses piling up, Laura Overdeck wants to let children and parents in on a little secret: math can be fun. Really. Overdeck is on a mission to change the way Americans think about math — especially given that math anxiety has been tracked in kids as young as age 5. This is what inspired her to create Bedtime Math, a nonprofit that sends out a daily email with a math problem tailored to “wee ones,” little and big kids. Overdeck is a Westfield native who now lives in…
Thursday, May 10, 2012
Nick Lippman was recently named one of 2012's All American Teachers of the Year, and Patch got a hold of the profile where he discusses the sources of his success.
Editorial note: This interview with Malden High School math teacher Nick Lippman, conducted before he won this most recent award, and all the text therein was provided to Patch by Mass Insight Education, a Boston-area nonprofit organization. Why did you choose to go into teaching? I’ve loved math and its applications for as long as I can remember. As I was entering college I was certain that I wanted to enter into a field involving mathematics. Through my experience at college I grew to better understand and appreciate the challenges faced by many of our citizens and the role that education could play in helping to meet and overcome some of those challenges. I decided that I would apply my love of mathematics to becoming an educator …
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
Nick Lippman was named one of the 2012 All American Teachers of the Year by the National Math And Science Initiative.
Article, info, and text provided by Mass Insight Education: Twenty-three teachers, including Nick Lippman of Mass Insight Education’s Massachusetts Math + Science Initiative (MMSI), were recently named the 2012 All American Teachers of the Year by the National Math and Science Initiative (NMSI) – the leading national non-profit organization for improving American students’ math and science achievement. Lippman, of Malden High School, received the award for Massachusetts in the Math category. The awards, which recognize outstanding Advanced Placement math, science and English teachers for remarkable contributions to their students and to the teaching profession, are presented to teachers participating in National Math And Science …
Friday, April 20, 2012
The "I Know English" mentoring program, created in partnership with the Chinese Cultural Connection and Malden High School students, has been a great success at the Salemwood School.
Photos, article, and text all by Kathy Sullivan, 5th Grade Teacher at Salemwood School. Salemwood School 5th grade students have had the opportunity to participate in the "I Know English" mentoring program this spring. In conjunction with Malden High School students, Harris Zhou and Alex Ly, and Mei Hung of the Chinese Cultural Center, this program was created in order to reach out to students in our public schools who are new English language learners. Both Harris and Alex were once students who were limited in the English language so the focus of this program was to reach out to students who are now going through the same experiences Harris and Alex had when they were elementary students at the Ferryway and Beebe schools. …