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Kenneth C. Coombs School

KCC Boys at lunch
Students celebrating math achievement
KCC Students in front of Go Falcons sign
3 boys on the KCC Playground
KCC students lined up with matching headbands at field day

Welcome to the Home of Mashpee's Littlest Falcons


The Kenneth C Coombs School strives to provide high quality, individualized education to equip students with skills and  knowledge  for the future.  This goal shall be achieved through a partnership of educators, families and the community that values cooperation, diversity and creativity in a child centered inclusive learning environment.

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Mrs. Souza's Class surrounded by her students


School News

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Good Afternoon MPS Community,

As you know, Sunday is Mother’s Day.  We celebrate all the individuals who fulfill the role of “Mom” in the lives of our students, in their own families, and for others.  A mother’s influence and teaching are forever a part of who we are and who we become.  “There is no way to be a perfect mother, and a million ways to be a good one.” — Jill Churchill

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Good Afternoon MPS Community,


Please join us tonight or tomorrow night–or both nights–for an enjoyable evening of theater presented by MMHS students–members of the Blue Falcon Theater Company.  High School Musical, Jr., will be performed on Friday and Saturday night at 7:00 PM.  I know that our cast and crew, under the direction of MMHS choral teacher Larry Zuaro, have worked very hard to prepare an amazing show.  They would be thrilled to see an auditorium filled with friends, family, and members of our Mashpee ‘connected’ community. 

YouTube retirement of Patty DeBoer

We are happy for Superintendent DeBoer but sad that she will be leaving us.  We are so grateful for all your years of hard work.  You have hard shoes to fill.

Enjoy your retirement, Superintendent DeBoer!

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Dear Mashpee Community,

As you are all probably aware, a solar eclipse will be occurring this coming Monday, April 8, 2024. Given the path, Mashpee can expect about 93% of the sun to be covered by the moon.  Solar Eclipse glasses are being provided to all MPS students and staff and the importance/requirement to wear them when viewing the solar eclipse is being reinforced with our students.  The eclipse begins at 2:17 PM, reaches its maximum at 3:30 PM, and ends at 4:39 PM.  If there is a specific viewing plan in place for your child’s school, the principal will communicate it to you.  Please reinforce with your children the importance of wearing their glasses properly and for the whole time while viewing the eclipse. For more information visit:   Partial Solar Eclipse on Cape Cod