Somerville Superintendent Mary Skipper, MPY Board President Tony Pierantozzi, Somerville Director of Student Services Rich Melillo, MPY Exec. Dir. Margie Daniels, and MPY Board Member Paul Stein
District Attorney Marian Ryan speaks at the Superintendents' and Chiefs' Breakfast
Probation Officer Tim Carey, Dr. Leah Kelly, Margie Daniels, and Judge Blitzman at the 2016 Attendance Summit
More than 250 middle school girls attended Empowering Girls on December 7, 2016
Margie Daniels with Lowell Fire Chief Jeffrey Winward, winner of the Citizenship in Action Award
MDAO Community Programs Coordinator Robyn Pontremoli, Bedford Police Chief Robert Bongiorno, and MPY Program Director Stephanie Guyotte
MPY staff at the 21st Annual School Safety Summit
Margie Daniels with Dr. Julian Ford, keynote speaker for the 21st Annual School Safety Summit
Reading Superintendent John Doherty receives the Schettini Award at the annual Superintendents' and Chiefs' Breakfast
MPY Executive Director Margie Daniels with Paul Andrews, MPY Board of Directors
Staff from the District Attorney's Office served as facilitators at the Empowering Girls conferences
ADA Michelle Margolis presents an MPY in-service workshop on Sexting.
MPY hosted a teen dating abuse prevention conference featuring the new video series Teen Dating A to Generation Z.
District Attorney Marian Ryan honors Nashoba Valley Tech student Cheyanne Thistle, winner of the 2016 Poster Project
High school students celebrate at the Empowering Girls conference on December 8
Middle school students perform an activity at the 2016 You Lead Conference, held in partnership with the MIAA.
MPY Exec Director Margie Daniels with WBZ reporter Nicole Jacobs at Empowering Girls 2016
A behind-the-scenes look at filming of MPY's teen dating video series. Click on the Prevention page for more info.
MPY Board Members join District Attorney Marian Ryan and MPY Exec Dir. Margie Daniels at annual Poster Project ceremony
Students talk with featured speaker Kendra Foley at Empowering Girls 2016
Teen Dating A to Generation Z - A new MPY Video Series!
MPY staff collaborated with the MIAA to present two student leadership conferences in January 2017
Students from Melrose, Somerville and Shawsheen Tech lead a panel discussion on teen dating abuse to promote MPY's new video series.
District Attorney Marian Ryan with Megan Costello and Kendra Foley, speakers at Empowering Girls 2016
MIAA consultant Jane Biagi, MPY's Stephanie Guyotte, and MIAA consultant Tom Hermanowski with Arlington students and their advisor at You Lead program
Students from Somerville High School are featured in MPY's teen dating video series. Visit our prevention page for more info.
MPY Executive Director Margie Daniels welcomes high school students to So You're a Leader, Now What? conference.
MPY's Margie Daniels, Dan Harris of ABC News, and District Attorney Marian Ryan at the 2017 SECURE Conference
DA Ryan accepts contribution from the City of Lowell to support opioid prevention efforts.
Traci Antoine, Margie Daniels, Dr. Janet Helms, and Chief Robert Bongiorno at the 2016 SECURE conference on Cultural Sensitivity and Civil Rights
Students from Shawsheen Valley Tech at the premiere of Teen Dating A to Generation Z, MPY's video series
District Attorney Marian Ryan moderates a panel discussion on developing respectful and inclusive communities at SECURE XVIII
Assistant District Attorney Kristen Hughes leads workshop on Sexting for middle school students in North Reading
Save the Date! MPY Fall 2017 Conference Schedule
School Attendance Summit - Helping Students Stay the Course - September 29, 2017
School Safety Summit - Recognizing and Responding to Today’s Terrorism Threats - October 3, 2017
Mental Health Series
Mindfulness for Youth: Removing Barriers to Connection and Community in Schools -October 25, 2017
Understanding Marijuana Today: Conversations Across Disciplines - November 2, 2017
Education Under Pressure: Overcoming Anxiety at All Levels - December 8, 2017
Prevention -Gender on the Agenda: The Socialization of Girls and Boys in a Culture of Violence -November 14, 2017
who we are
Middlesex Partnerships for Youth, Inc. (MPY), in partnership with the Middlesex District Attorney's Office, is a 501(c)(3) organization which provides training, fosters collaboration, and develops initiatives to increase students' safety, health and learning in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. learn more
MPY is committed to engaging parents, educators and students in collaborative dialogues with law enforcement, social service agencies, and community-based organizations.
Such interactions provide the foundation for creating solution-oriented, community-based, multi-disciplinary approaches to address important issues that impact youth. learn more