Athletics have always been an important part of education. Having real-life opportunities to teach collaboration, nurture the competitive spirit, and instill a deep-seated work ethic is essential in success on the field and in school. Here in Gardner, we strive to ensure that our student-athletes earn these essential skills for the future in a friendly environment that fosters self-esteem and encourages respect.
With the extension of the school closure, Superintendent Pellegrino has provided an update to activities as we move forward. Read on...
Gardner Public Schools will continue providing free meals for students at Gardner High School and Waterford Street School Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. The district will also be providing bus stop meals Monday/Wednesday/Friday. Read on...
Thank you for your patience as we've developed these resources for your use during the school closing! Please contact your school with any specific questions! Read on...
- JJD Athletic Policy
- JJICA Participation in Athletics by Parochial Students
- JJIF Head Injuries and Concussions in Extracurricular Athletic Activities Policy
- JJIF-R Student with Suspected Concussion Protocol Chart
- JJIF-RE 1 Report of Head Injury
- JJIF-RE Pre-Participation Reporting Form
- JJIF-RE2 Post Sports-Related Head Injury Medical Clearance and Authorization Form
At Gardner Public Schools, we value a commitment to hard work, integrity, and personal growth in our athletic programs. As the A.D., I am inspired by watching our players and coaches push each other to new achievements, both on and off the field. In 2018-19, my commitment is to ensure that all of our student-athletes are challenged by the opportunity to excel in their sports, as well as in their classrooms and community. Go Wildcats!