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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MSP Continues Reading and Math Challenge

Posted February 13th 2020
Middle School of Plainville students continue to support the Superintendent’s Reading and Math Challenge
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Wheeler School to Host Open House and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Posted February 11th 2020
An open house and ribbon cutting ceremony has been scheduled for the newly renovated Frank T. Wheeler Elementary School, according to Superintendent of Schools, Steven LePage.
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Elizabeth Norton Trust Fund Grants Support Numerous District Initiatives

Posted January 30th 2020
A variety of school district programs and initiatives are underway this year thanks to grants received from the local Elizabeth Norton Trust Fund.
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Inspirational Athlete Chris Waddell, Visits Plainville Community Schools

Posted January 08th 2020
Inspirational Athlete Chris Waddell, founder of the One Revolution Foundation, recently visited Plainville Community Schools to share his heroic life story with students.
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Cornerstone Counseling Center to offer School-Based Behavioral Health Services

Posted January 08th 2020
Cornerstone Counseling Center and Plainville Community Schools have partnered to offer School-Based Behavioral Health Services for both students and families in the Plainville community.
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PCS to Kick Off Superintendent's Reading and Math Challenge in 2020!

Posted January 03th 2020
In an effort to increase and reinforce the importance of reading and math practice, Plainville Community Schools will kick off the Superintendent’s 2020 Reading and Math Challenge at the start of the 2020 calendar year.
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Wheeler Principal Presented Flag From US Capitol Building

Posted December 31th 2019
At the Frank T. Wheeler Elementary School Holiday Sing A Long event, Wheeler School Principal Andrew Batchelder was presented a United States flag that was flown over the United States Capitol building on the first day of school.
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Superintendent Assists Elementary Students Building Gingerbread Houses

Posted December 27th 2019
Superintendent of Schools Steven LePage visited elementary schools to assist with gingerbread house building!
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PHS Students Honored with "Students Rock Award"

Posted December 27th 2019
Plainville High School students Kaylie Hall and Luis Arango have been named recipients of the first semester “Students Rock Award” recognizing their outstanding contributions to Plainville High School.
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MSP Robotics Program Secures Grant to Host VEX IQ State Championships

Posted December 11th 2019
Middle School of Plainville faculty member and robotics coach, Camille Westfall, is the recipient of a $5,000 grant to host the VEX IQ robotics Connecticut State Championship event at the Middle School of Plainville for the next three years.
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PHS Hosts Go Baby Go!

Posted December 10th 2019
Plainville High School once again hosted the "Go Baby Go" event December 6th & 7th, during which toy ride-on cars for children with special needs were modified, refurbished, and presented to local families.
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Board / School District Recognized For Excellence in Leadership and Communication

Posted November 27th 2019
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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Everyday Heroes Feb 2020

Posted February 12th 2020

Middle School of Plainville faculty member Todd Helming was recognized as the school district’s Everyday Hero for the month of February. He was honored at the February 10th Plainville Board of Education meeting.