Pre-K through Grade 9 in Southborough, MA
Parents

Parents

Welcome to our parent pages, which include news and resources for current Fay families. This page features current announcement for all divisions, our events calendar, and recent photos. You can visit our Resources Page for access to our attendance form, supply lists, and policies. For information about your child's schedule or grades, click here to log into MyFay. Please do not hesitate to contact Fay's division assistants with any questions.

News & Announcements

All-School

List of 4 news stories.

  • Open Parent Meeting March 8

    The topic of our next Open Parent Meeting is "How Fay Arts Make A Positive Difference.” Join us on Wednesday, March 8 in the Root Meeting Room to learn about Fay's dynamic Arts program and the fundamental role it plays in providing each of our students with a well-rounded education. The meeting will begin at 8:00 a.m. Coffee and refreshments will be provided.
    Read More
  • Winter Band and Strings Concert March 8

    The Winter Band and Strings Concert will take place on Wednesday, March 8, at 4:30 p.m. in Harris Theater. This event will feature performances by all six Upper and Lower School instrumental ensembles: Advanced, Intermediate, and Beginning Band; Beginning Strings; Jazz Band; and the String Ensemble.  

    Click here for a preview of the musical program.
     
    All students in the Band and Strings Programs are expected to participate. If your child has a major conflict, please notify Lloyd Dugger at ldugger@fayschool.org as soon as possible. 

    Please note the required dress code for student performers:
    Boys: White button down shirt, black pants, black dress shoes, and black socks.
    Girls: White dress top, black dress pants or long skirt, and black shoes.
    Read More
  • St. Mark's Baseball Clinic February 26

    The St. Mark's Baseball Program will be holding its second clinic for Southborough Little Leaguers in the Armour Cage this Sunday, February 26 from 4:00 - 5:30 p.m. This clinic was originally scheduled for Sunday February 12 but was cancelled due to snow. The St. Mark's baseball coaches and players will provide instruction on base running, hitting, fielding, throwing and catching. There will be no charge for participants. Rather, the team asks that players bring gently used baseball equipment or school supplies to donate. The St. Mark's Baseball team will be traveling to Cuba this March and will be bringing these supplies to donate to local Cuban communities.
    Read More
  • Save the Date: Wellness Fair March 7

    Looking to get your life back in balance? Fay will be hosting a Wellness Fair on the afternoon of Tuesday, March 7 in the Root Meeting Room and parents are invited to stop by from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. Local vendors will be on site to provide tips, advice, and live demo classes of Nia (barefoot cardio dance), Pilates, and meditation as well as chair massages, hand massages, and skin analysis. Confirmed participants include Nutritionist Amy Gardner, Central Rock Gym, A professional organizer from Jill's Helping Hands, Health Coach Cynthia Conigliaro, Pennant CrossFit, Heart & Core Pilates Studio, massage therapy from Synergy Wellness and more. Please click here for more information and a complete list of vendors. On-site child care will be provided free of charge and there will be door and raffle prizes to win. Don't miss out!
    Read More
Archive

Primary School

List of 2 news stories.

  • "I Love Rocks!" Visits Second Grade

    Students in second grade science had the opportunity to be “rock detectives” this Thursday during the “I Love Rocks!” presentation from local scientist Kim Bent of Catch the Science Bug. After learning about the layers of the earth and how rocks are formed, they discovered the main characteristics that identify sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic rocks. Using this knowledge, they sorted a rock collection into the three main groups. They also discussed how weather and erosion affect the surface of the earth over time.
    Read More
  • First Grade Students Learn about Penguins with the New England Aquarium

    On Wednesday, first grade students attended a Penguin Data Program as part of Ms. Telles's Science program. Educators from the New England Aquarium visited Fay to teach students about penguin behavior and how to collect and analyze data like scientists. In addition, students learned about African penguins and reviewed the variety of penguin species found at the New England Aquarium and throughout the Southern Hemisphere."
    Read More
Archive

Lower School

List of 1 news stories.

Archive

Upper School

List of 2 news stories.

Archive

Events and Photos

Recent Pictures

To view more pictures, select an album from the drop-down above.