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Linden Students Visit Camp Sloper!

Posted October 08th 2021
Linden Street School fifth graders recently spent the day visiting Camp Sloper in Southington, where they participated in a variety of team building activities.
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Mr. Peabody’s Apples at Wheeler

Posted October 04th 2021
Wheeler Elementary School students in Lindsay Crane's fifth grade class recently read Mr. Peabody's Apples written by “Madonna”, followed by participating in an activity, where they squeezed all of the toothpaste out of a tube and were then asked to put all of it back into the tube. The toothpaste represented words that can be unkind, and that cannot be taken back.
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Hispanic Heritage Month

Posted October 04th 2021
In recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month, Middle School of Plainville World Language students in Mari Martinez’s class researched a notable Hispanic American, created a slideshow and presented their information to their classmates.
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Grant Supports Toffolon Outdoor Playground Area

Posted September 22th 2021
Thanks to an Elizabeth Norton Trust grant the Toffolon outdoor playground area now includes new materials for students.
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PHS Signage!

Posted August 17th 2021
Plainville High School is getting ready for the new school year, including some new signage along the front of the school on Robert Holcomb Way.
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New Assistant Principal Named at the Middle School of Plainville

Posted August 11th 2021
Ryan Cornelius, former educator in the New Britain, Connecticut public school district, has been named Assistant Principal at the Middle School of Plainville, according to Superintendent of Schools, Steven LePage. Cornelius will replace former Assistant Principal Aimee Roberts, who was recently named Principal of the Middle School of Plainville.
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Plainville Community Schools Partners With Care Solace To Provide Mental Health Support Services For District Families And Staff

Posted July 29th 2021
Plainville Community Schools is partnering with a new mental health support resource, Care Solace, according to Superintendent of Schools, Steven LePage.
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Board / School District Recognized For Excellence In Leadership And Communication

Posted July 23th 2021
The Plainville school district has been recognized with several awards from the Connecticut Association of Boards of Education (CABE), according to Superintendent of Schools, Steven LePage.
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Catapults at MSP!

Posted July 22th 2021
As part of the Middle School of Plainville’s summer learning program, students were recently tasked with building a catapult after experimenting with water balloon launches. The students spent two weeks creating working catapults from lumber using saws, vices, and other traditional tools.
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STEM in Action This Summer at MSP!

Posted July 16th 2021
Students in the Middle School of Plainville's RAMP Summer Program recently brought their learning to life through a "water balloon launch lab" - honing their Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math skills while keeping cool on a hot summer day!
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PCS Summer Meals Program

Posted June 30th 2021
The Plainville Community Schools Dining Services Department is offering a “Grab and Go” meals program for families this summer, according to Director of Food Services, Ashley Onion.
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Camp Invention!

Posted June 30th 2021
In partnership with the National Inventors Hall of Fame® (NIHF), Plainville Community Schools was pleased to offer the nationally acclaimed Camp Invention® program in June to children entering grade 5 for the 2021/2022 school year.
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Ryan McMahon receiving award

October Portrait Pioneer

The October Plainville Community Schools’ “Portrait Pioneers” award winner, Linden Street School Special Education Teacher Ryan McMahon, was recognized at the October 12th Plainville Board of Education meeting. Ryan was nominated by Plainville Community Schools faculty member Chelsea Tep. This award was established to recognize those who exemplify and model the characteristics of the school district’s Portrait of the Graduate framework, which include being: Mindful, Resilient, Communicative, Innovative and Collaborative.