Telephone numbers for Broad Meadows Middle School:

  • Main Office, Principal, Vice Principal, Secretary: 617-984-8723

  • Guidance Counselors: 617-984-8724

  • Nurse: 617-984-8907

  • Fax Number: 617- 984-8834

Broad Meadows Middle School

School Hours:

8:15 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.


If your child is going to be absent from school for any reason please call the school in the morning to report it. If we do not receive a call from you the attendance clerk will try to call a parent/guardian at home or the workplace. If no contact is made your child may be considered truant.


If you know ahead of time that your child is to be dismissed from school, please send in a note with your child indicating the time and general reason.


If your child is going to be late to school, a parental note is required explaining the tardiness. It is also expected that you indicate the time you expect your child to arrive at school. If a student enters school between 8:15 - 9:30 a.m. without a note he/she will be admitted to school and a note must be sent to school the next day. Students whose tardiness is unexcused may be kept after school. Students who are repeatedly tardy to school may have a suspension hearing with their parent/guardian.

Do you serve breakfast?

Breakfast is available every morning immediately before school starts at all schools in Quincy. Breakfast consists of a selection of cereals, muffins, bagels, peanut butter, cream cheese, fresh fruit, fruit juice, and milk.

What does breakfast cost?

The cost for breakfast is $1.25 at middle schools. At the secondary level, breakfast à la carte items are also available for purchase. Students who are eligible for Free or Reduced-price lunches are automatically eligible for free or reduced-price breakfast. The cost for a reduced-price breakfast is 25 cents.

How much does lunch cost?

Middle School full-price student lunch is $2.50. The cost for a reduced price lunch is 40 cents. Milk is served with all lunches. The cost of purchasing milk is 40 cents and milk choices include 2%, 1%, and 1% chocolate. Some lunches also include fruit juices in addition to milk.

Where can I view a lunch menu?

Visit our Food Services site to view current menus »
You may navigate the menus by school level (elementary, secondary) and/or month.


Homework assignments differ, depending upon the student's ability, potential, and need. You are expected to complete assignments carefully in order to reinforce and enrich classroom learning experiences. What you and your parents can expect:

Homework is assigned on a regular basis.

Homework is usually discussed in class, collected, and graded within a reasonable time for each student, normally within a week.

A record is kept of homework grades and assignments completed.

Students have reasonable notice of long-term assignments. Time must be planned for these assignments.

Meeting with your child's teacher :

Parents wishing for a conference with their child's teaching teams should call the Guidance Office and make an appointment to meet during the team's preparation period.

Students with the last name (A - L): Mrs. Cronin

Students with the last name (M - Z): Mr. Boss

Cell phones, MP3 players, and electronic devices:

Students are not permitted to use electronic devices such as MP3 (such as iPod), cell phones, radios, tablets (such as iPads), beepers, gaming systems, or other electronic devices during school hours. They will be confiscated and will be returned to parents/guardians only.

School Cancellation:

If regularly scheduled classes are canceled or delayed for any reason, announcements will be made over AM radio stations WBZ (1030), WRKO (680), and Boston television channels 4, 5, and 7. Due to unforeseen emergencies (usually weather), it may be necessary to close school early to ensure the safety of our students. Parents and students should discuss what to do when/if this situation occurs. This is especially important when parents are away from home during the school day. It is not possible for the schools to notify parents in advance of such an emergency.

To learn more about cancellations and sign up for automatic notifications, please select QPS Info from the main menu, and then click on School Cancellation.

Dress Code:

Each student's hairstyle, appearance, and manner of dress are determined by the student and his/her parent or guardian, unless these present a danger to the student's health or safety, interfere with school work, or create a classroom or school disruption. Students may be sent home to change clothes. No hats, coats, or sunglasses may be worn in the building.