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A reminder that quarterly real estate taxes are due on Monday February 1st.
Please be advised that 2022 dog licenses are not available at this time due to a production delay with our tag manufacturer. If you have mailed in your license request, your check will not be cashed until we receive the new tags, which could be ...
Due to the rising cases of COVID-19 (now over 9%) in our community and the impending holiday gatherings threatening to further increase positivity in our area, the Gardner Board of Health has put forth an advisory for residents and businesses in Gardner t...
Winter weather will soon be upon us. If you haven't signed up for CodeRed, you are not receiving important notifications regarding parking bans, snow removal, or severe weather notifications.
There is no parking on City streets during a ...
The City has added two more Electric Vehicle charging stations for a total of three in the City. All EV charging stations were purchased using various grants and utility incentives and are publicly accessible.
Square Two and the City of Gardner, Department of Public Works, present the opportunity to sponsor a Downtown Banner.
Christmas Day: On Wednesday December 25, 2019 there will be no trash or recycling pickup. There will be a 1-day delay for the remainder of that week.
Updated COVID-19 Protocol Flow Chart January 2022
Click here to sign up for COVID-19 testing
To opt your student out of COVID-19 testing, please contact their school nurse.
Elementary (WSS/ESS) Bus Stop Book 2021-2022
GMS Bus Stop Book - 2021-2022
High School (GHS/GALT) Bus Stop Book 2021-2022
NOTE: Some grades have different start dates. See below for information.
Gardner High School - August 30, 2021: Grade 8 Full Day 7:15 a.m. - 2:00 p.m., Grades 9-12 7:15 - 10:00 a.m. dismissal
Gardner Academy - August 30, 2021: A...
January 5, 2022
GMS Parents, Guardians & Students:
Happy New Year! We hope you all took some time to relax and recharge during this December break. As a reminder, students should come to school with a refillable water bottle, an extra mask or two, a ful...
The district is providing an updated reference guide flow chart for what to do if you or your child have symptoms or test positive for COVID-19.
If you're interested in participating in COVID-19 testing at school, or would like to opt out of weekly testing, please read on.
For information about current case counts in the schools, click to be directed to the Weekly Dashboard.
Gardner Public Schools COVID-19 Weekly Dashboard
For information about case counts in the City of Gardner as compared to state-wide information, please click the link below to access the State and Gardner Community Data Chart.
State and City Community Data Chart