Dear Parents, Faculty and Staff, Community Members and Business Partners,
Our School Advisory Council (SAC) which is composed of parents, teachers, community members and business partners has just completed the final draft of the 2015-16 School Improvement Plan (SIP). This blueprint is complete with specific goals and strategies for the school to follow in the year ahead. The SAC is charged with the responsibility of seeing that all of the strategies and goals are followed in order to contribute to the overall success of this Plan. Please look over this important document and provide feedback to any of the SAC members as you see fit. On June 11 at 8:30am in the faculty dining room, the SAC will present the SIP to the School Committee and Dr. Weiss for their approval. I want to take this opportunity to thank the members of the SAC for their diligent work on this important blueprint for our school.
The Island Parents Advisory Council on Special Education (IPAC) is a state-mandated, parent-led group that meets monthly and functions to advise and participate in the planning, development, and evaluation of the district’s special education programs. In addition, the IPAC has a wealth of resources and offers parent support.
Lexia Reading has been upgraded to Lexia Core5.
Your student's login information from Lexia Reading from last year should remain the same for this program. Here is the link to access Lexia Core5. Please bookmark this page!
If you'd like to install the full program on your home computer or iPad/tablet, please click here.
School Improvement Plan
Please visit our SAC page (School Advisory Committee) for information about our school improvement plan. You can also download next year's plan from the file cabinet on that page!
This report card contains important information about enrollment, teacher qualifications, student achievement on the MCAS and more. Click here to view the letter from Principal Stevens about our report card.
Click here to view our complete school 'report card' in pdf format (updated October 2014).