From the bus schedule to getting a full staff in place, there was a lot to line up before the beginning of school this year.
"I'm very excited about the opening and very excited to be a member of the Marlborough public schools," said Interim Superintendent Dr. Stephen Dlott at Tuesday's School Committee Meeting.
Adjustments to the will continue as students get into the seats, he said. While some students may have to walk to their bus stops, the students age and the safety of the intersections have been taken into account.
School Committee Member Katherine Hennessy encouraged parents to continue informing the district of any concerns or issues with the bus schedule.
"Things are not going to be known if they are not articulated," she said.
Concerns should be directed to Assistant Principal Dan Riley at the High School.
There were positions that remained open this summer. They have all been filled, said Dr. Dlott.
"Every student will have a teacher in front of them," he said.
There will be ongoing work with the windows in the high school. Efforts are being made to ensure students are disrupted as little as possible, said Dr. Dlott.
"This window thing is going to take more than a couple of weeks. It is a big job," he said.