Coronavirus/COVID-19 Information
In an effort to keep you informed regarding the novel coronavirus or COVID-19, we developed a web page that we will continue to update with information and resources, as well as any communications regarding our district plans to keep students and staff safe.  As always, if you have any specific questions regarding any of this information, please contact the school administration and/or Central Office staff. This web page also contains links to local, state and national health and education organizations.  Thank you for your continued partnership and support!

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Parent and Student Resources
On this page, you will find the instructional resources necessary to continue student learning through the district shutdown. 

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Stay Connected!
At a time when we are seeing less of each other, it remains important to Stay Connected by other means. Please visit this page to view and hear the incredible happenings while we are engaged in Distance Learning. Remember, #WeGotThis!

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COVID-19 Food Service Information
Please help us help by letting us know in advance how many meals you plan on picking up on which days by using this link:  

Starting Tuesday, March 17, families can stop by the main entrance of Plainville High School between 11:00am and 12:00pm (under the large awning near the flagpole on Robert Holcomb Way), and pick up a free lunch for that day, and also a breakfast for the following day.  A weekly menu will be posted at our Food Service Webpage. Meals are available for all PCS students and any other household members under the age of 18.  Families will need to provide their child(ren)'s name(s) and will be asked to take the meals home with them. There will be no eating at the school or use of the school by students and families during this time. We plan to assess the demand for this program and make adjustments as needed. Thank you for helping us help our community.


School News

Posted November 26th 2019
Matt Olshefski, Superintendent of the Frank T. Wheeler Elementary School renovation project, recently visited Wheeler faculty member Cheryl Michaud's fourth grade class to show and discuss a major Lego project he worked on for four months depicting downtown Hartford.
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Posted November 13th 2019
Frank T. Wheeler Elementary School fifth graders recently completed a unit of study where they learned about the voting process and voting rights in Connecticut.
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District News

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Linden Fourth Grade Class Receives Flag & Certificate

Posted June 03th 2020
In the months of November and early December, Ashley Seymour’s fourth grade class at Linden Street School decided to create Christmas/holiday and thank you cards for a classmate’s parent and fellow troop members who serve overseas.
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MSP Students Pay It Forward

Posted May 28th 2020
MSP Students Pay It Forward with the “You Rock” Initiative Students and staff at the Middle School of Plainville MSP recently spread cheer and a positive “You Rock” message to others.
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MSP Art Club's "Chalk Your Walk"

Posted May 27th 2020
With chalk in hand, Middle School of Plainville students took to the streets! The MSP Art club recently sponsored the “Chalk Your Walk” contest for Middle school students and their families.
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Directed Drawing Lessons!

Posted May 27th 2020
Students in Joan Corey’s second grade class at Linden Street School recently completed several Directed Drawing lessons during Google Classroom meetings as part of distance learning in Plainville.
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District Awards Innovation In Education Foundation Grant

Posted May 19th 2020
Plainville Community Schools awarded an “Innovation in Education Foundation” grant to Linden Street School Speech Pathologist Amy Dalena, according to Superintendent of Schools, Steven LePage.
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MSP First Responders Fan Club!

Posted May 19th 2020
The Middle School of Plainville’s First Responders Fan Club, led by advisor and faculty member Christina Corvello, recently sponsored several support projects for first responders.
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PFRN In Action During Distance Learning

Posted May 19th 2020
The Plainville Family Resource Network (PFRN) is continuing classes virtually through distance learning.
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Soaring Eagles Nest Project

Posted May 15th 2020
The Plainville Family Resource Network (PFRN) is continuing the SOARing (Social Opportunities for Achieving Readiness) Eagles class for 3 year olds, Thursday mornings at 10:30am via Google meets.
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PFRN "Drive by Pick--Up" a Success

Posted May 14th 2020
The Plainville Family Resource Network (PFRN) “drive by pick-up” (and a few walkers) at Linden Street School on May 5th was a success with 26 families and 38 children participating.
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PHS "Adopt a Senior 2020" Program Seeks Community Support

Posted May 13th 2020
While end of year activities and plans for the Plainville High School Class of 2020 graduation on June 12th are underway, a unique program has been developed by school and district administration, together with the high school’s Parent Advisory Council, as a tribute to the graduating senior class. The “Adopt a Senior 2020” initiative was created as a way to enhance this year’s non-traditional senior year events and graduation day festivities, in light of the current pandemic and restrictions on public gatherings.
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Preschool Registration Info

Posted May 11th 2020
Plainville Community Schools still has openings for the district’s preschool program for the Fall, 2020.
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District Launches Virtual Everyday Hero Recognition Program For Staff During Distance Learning

Posted May 01th 2020
As Plainville Community Schools continue with remote teaching and learning in place since March 16th, a new staff recognition program has been created to highlight the exceptional efforts of staff members across the school district.
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Everyday Heroes Apr 2020

Posted April 21th 2020

Plainville High School Counselor Kelly Hickey was recognized as the school district’s Everyday Hero for the month of April. Kelly was nominated by the Mandeville Family for her outstanding dedication to students and extra efforts to make a difference. She was honored virtually during the April 20th Plainville Board of Education meeting.