District Information



In accordance with the amended state public records law, Chapter 121 of the Acts of 2016, the Holbrook Public School district has appointed Patricia Lugo and Bridget Baker as the individuals responsible for responding to public record requests.

Patricia Lugo, School Business Administrator and Bridget Baker, Executive Assistant to the Superintendent of Schools may be contacted at 781-767-1226 or via email at or  The Holbrook Public Schools Central Office is located at 245 South Franklin Street, Holbrook, MA.

The duties of the Records Access Officer include:

  • Coordinating Holbrook Public School's response to public records requests
  • Assisting individuals who seek records to identify the records sought
  • Assist the custodian of records to preserve public records in accordance with the law
  • Periodically updating guidelines to enable the public to make informed public records requests; and
  • Documenting specific information about each request made for public records

For any questions or more information, please contact Patricia Lugo and Bridget Baker may be contacted at 781-767-1226 or via email at or

English Learner Education

Goal of ELE program:

The goal of the English Learner Education (ELE) program is to help students advance their English language development and to promote academic achievementThis can be done most effectively by meeting the following objectives:

  • To nurture self-pride and self-identity in each student’s linguistic and cultural heritage.
  • To develop proficiency in the English language.
  • To reach a level of proficiency in reading, writing, speaking, and listening as outlined in the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks and WIDA Standards
  • To reach a level of proficiency in all content areas.
  • To provide curricular and extra-curricular opportunities for ELs in a similar fashion to their non-ELL students.
Free and Reduced Lunch Program

Free and Reduced Lunch Program

Pupil Personnel Services

Student Support Services




School Committee

Information from the School Committee

Special Education

The Holbrook Public Schools is committed to providing a free and appropriate public education in the least restrictive environment for all students who receive special education services.  We are committed to the academic progress of students in all educational environments while also ensuring their safety and well being.  It is the district's goal to provide an education that promotes individual growth and future independence.

Title I Services

Program Overview: What is Title I?

Title I, Part A of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) provides financial assistance to districts and schools with high percentages of children from low-income families to help ensure that all children meet challenging state academic standards. Federal funds are currently allocated through statutory formulas that are based primarily on census poverty estimates and the cost of education in each state.

The priorities of Title I, Part A are to:

  • Strenghten the core program in schools and provide academic and/or supplemental reading services to low-achieveing students
  • Elevate the quality of instruction by providing eligible staff with professional development
  • Involve parents/guardians of participating public and private school children as active partners in their children's education throught open, meaningful communication.