403 Great Road, Stow, MA 01775
Main Office: 978.897.0290
Nurse's Line: 978.461.0009
Fax: 978.897.5739

 
First Day of School is August 27th                                                 Have a great summer!                                               Welcome Kelly Rogers, New Assistant Principal
 
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Welcome to The Center School

The Center School is a part of the Nashoba Regional School District which consists of Stow, Bolton, and Lancaster. The Center School houses students in grades PK-5 and currently has 630 students enrolled. The Center School building project was completed in the fall of 2012, in time for all students to begin the school year in the new building. There are presently 29 classrooms and the staff totals 70 employees. Our class size varies from 18 to 25 depending upon the grade. We provide a strong academic program featuring high expectations and current educational practices which enable students to maximize their individual potential and become valuable citizens in our community.

 

Kindergarten Information 2014-2015: Kindergarten FAQs, Full Day Kindergarten Letter

 

Dear Parents/Guardians,
It is hard to believe that June is upon us already with only a few days remaining. The end of the school year is somewhat of a whirlwind. There are so many aspects that I enjoy, however, I wish we could slow things down a bit. The end of the year is filled with so many excellent activities. With the warm weather (finally) the children were able to participate in our annual field day celebration. It is fun to see students have the opportunity to showcase their skills in a variety of activities. Authors' Days are a chance for students to show the growth they have made since the beginning of the year. In addition to being able to experience this with my daughter who is in first grade, I havebeen lucky to spend time sitting with students of Center School too. While I see the growth and achievement of students regularly as I walk through building and visit classrooms, there is something to be said about seeing a year's worth of work that a student has produced. Field trips provide opportunities for students to extend their learning while All School Assemblies celebrate the work of our students and staff. As children prepare for their summer vacation it is an exciting time to reflect on the school year. The growth that takes place in one school year is remarkable. Our youngeststudents have become readers and writers and have begun to form positive relationships with their peers. Our oldest students have begun to make strong connections between what is being taught in the classroom and how it can be applied in our world.
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Have a great summer!

Kevin LaCoste

June Newsletter (Part 2)


 



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