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On this day we remember The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and what we can all learn from him during these difficult times. ... See MoreSee Less

On this day we remember The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and what we can all learn from him during these difficult times.

Please join the Medford Human Rights Commission for the 'Medford Honors MLK' event on January 18th at 1 PM. See the registration link below.Join us for Medford Honors MLK!
We will explore discussion of Dr. Martin Luther King and the ways in which he engaged community, fought for racial equity, and worked to build Black political and economic capital. We are thrilled to bring you Medford activists and leaders such as Crystal Chandler, Terry E. Carter, David Harris, Dr Edouard-Vincent and many others, who will guide us in conversation for what promises to be a wonderful day of dialogue.
Register here:
zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_OjeNpnqvR5u6PGQtcHFHzA
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Please join the Medford Human Rights Commission for the Medford Honors MLK event on January 18th at 1 PM.  See the registration link below.

MHS History Trivia!

Q: The “first” Medford High School was located in the rear of the Unitarian Church on High Street. In what year did the first MHS open?

A: 1835! The first generations of MHS students were taught in the rear of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Medford. Classes were held on this site until the 1890's when Medford High moved to the Forest Street location to accommodate a growing population of students.

(Photo courtesy of uumedford.org/about-us/history/)
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MHS History Trivia!

Q: The “first” Medford High School was located in the rear of the Unitarian Church on High Street. In what year did the first MHS open?

A: 1835! The first generations of MHS students were taught in the rear of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Medford. Classes were held on this site until the 1890s when Medford High moved to the Forest Street location to accommodate a growing population of students. 

(Photo courtesy of https://uumedford.org/about-us/history/)
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