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Welcome Incoming Head of School Teacher Jon Hall, Ed.D

After four months of intense effort, the Search Committee is delighted to announce that the Media-Providence Friends School Board of Trustees has approved the Committee's recommendation on the appointment of the next Head of School at MPFS. Teacher Jon Hall will begin serving as the Head of School at MPFS beginning July 1, 2019...

Reminder: Head Search Finalist Visit Days & Candidate Bios

A friendly reminder that you are invited to meet our finalists in the Head Search process during three upcoming Visit Days at MPFSWe are pleased to share the names of our candidates and their bios. Click below to read more...

You're Invited: Head Search Finalist Visit Days

As a valued friend and member of the Media-Providence Friends School community, we are pleased to invite you to meet our finalists in the Head Search process during three upcoming Visit Days at MPFS. Our finalists have a busy day of meeting with administration, teachers, board members, students, and observing classrooms, so open visit times are limited...

Head Search Committee Update #3

Despite the great responsibility of this task, with each milestone the committee has checked off its list has come a powerful and renewed sense of energy around what makes MPFS such a unique and meaningful learning community. It is invigorating to see the school through the fresh eyes of our candidates...

Head Search Committee Update #2

We are excited to report that since our last communication, we received a final total of 33 strong applications from a diverse pool of candidates and the application process is now closed. The Head Search Committee has met weekly over the past several months and we are pleased to share our progress toward welcoming a new Head of School to our community...

Winning Season for MPFS Soccer!

We are so proud of our 5th-8th grade soccer team, led by Coach Ryan Dunne, who finished the season with a record of 8-1-1. Go Dragons! An impressive improvement from last year’s record of 2-7. Our Dragons allowed almost 30 fewer goals this season and scored nearly 5 times as many goals compared to last year... 

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