Marshfield Nurses Certified in

“Stop the Bleed”

Training provided by MPSD parent, Rick Wyant.

Fund Our Future

On December 6th, members of the MEA met with MTA representatives to discuss the “Fund Our Future” campaign.

The campaign is focused on having the legislature pass the recommendations of the Foundation Budget Review Commission. Passing this could bring $992,350 in additional Chapter 70 funding by 2023

Poppies for Veterans

Marshfield Public School District was able to collect $400.00 in contributions which will be used to support Homeless Veterans, Women Veterans and a special outreach for Marshfield Veterans who are in distressed circumstances.

MEA Party

Thank you to those who attended the MEA Party on Friday, May 25th.

First Contract for MEA Tutors!

Our newest bargaining unit, MEA Tutors, ratified their first contract on March 12th! They hadn’t had a wage increase in a decade and were allowed one sick day. Now, they are receiving 3% over the next two years (more for those with 7+ years), up to 12 sick days, and 4 paid holidays, and all the legal protections a union provides.
This is why we organize, this is why unions matter to working people. United we bargain, divided we beg!


Thanks to all MEA members who rocked their “We  our public schools!” stickers and wore Red for Public Ed today!
When we fight together, we win together. #fundourschools


“Their success is our success. Well done Marshfield Educators!”

MEA President – Chris Galvin

“Marshfield Evaluates Results of Next Generation MCAS”

Wicked Local – Marshfield

Backpack Full of Ca$h

Tuesday, November 21st’s film screening was a success by all measures! We had almost 40 members attend the member’s only forum prior to the film. with even more at the film. Eight other local associations were also represented at the forum. There were well over 100 people at the event including State Representative Jim Cantwell and Joan Meschino, School Committee Chair Sean Costello, School Committee member Brigid Boyd and District Finance Director Tom Miller.

One of our members described her feelings after the film by saying that while it made her “frustrated and angry” to see what is happening to school districts around the country, the film also made her realize “how incredibly fortunate we are to teach where we do.”

In that spirit, the MEA is incredibly fortunate to have such dedicated and active members and I am personally grateful to all of those who came to the event and continue to drive this organization forward.

Chris Galvin
Marshfield Education Association Co-President