As parents and teachers, we share the important job of preparing your child for the new experience of Kindergarten and Preschool. On September 1st we are holding a Kindergarten and Preschool Orientation day for your incoming kindergarten/preschool student and one adult to meet the classroom teacher and visit the classroom. 

Kindergarten Orientation Schedule:

Children whose last names begin A - D 9:30 - 10:15

Children whose last names begin E - K 10:45 - 11:30

Children whose last names begin L- P 12:00 - 12:45

Children whose last names begin Q – Z 1:00 - 1:45


Preschool Orientation Schedule:

AM Preschool:

Children whose last names begin A-M 9:30-10:15

Children whose last name begins L-Z 10:45 - 11:30


PM Preschool:

Children whose last names begin A-M 12:00 - 12:45

Children whose last name begins L-Z  1:00 – 1:45

**September 2 is the FIRST REGULAR SCHOOL DAY for all Kindergarten and Preschool Students. If your child is riding the school bus, your child will begin taking their assigned buses on this day (September 2). All K-2 students riding the bus must have a bus pass from the Central Office. Please contact the transportation office at


We look forward to greeting you on Orientation Day on September 1st.

Developing Positive Behavior Routines at Home Slide

Below is a link to a presentation with strategies and useful information to help families establish healthy, supportive routines at home.  Thanks to our presenters for sharing their expertise!


  • Victoria Briggs - District Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
  • Leslie Diamandis - Psychologist Grades PK-5
  • Tessa Piantedosi - District Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)


Remote Learning Day

Given the impending winter storm arriving later today into tomorrow, Thursday, 12/17/2020 will be a remote learning day for all students. Students will follow their typical school-day schedule within the remote learning platform. Additional information has been or will be provided from the building administration at each building with specific details necessary for tomorrow.

While the remote learning platform may present with challenges, we need to be prepared to switch to remote instruction for all students at any time related to COVID-19 cases. By providing this notification to caregivers, families, and staff early in the day, this will allow everyone to be better prepared for this shift tomorrow. Students will soon be heading into an eleven-da vacation break from school, and we are hoping to minimize additional disruption to teaching and learning in this manner.

Should the storm result in significant power outages leading to a different decision, you may hear from me again. However, at this time, staff and students will be remote tomorrow. Thank you all for your patience and understanding!


Susan E. Kustka, Ed.D.