School News

Posted January 08th 2019
In keeping with the focus of conservation and eco-friendliness , Louis Toffolon Elementary School has sent its first box of recycled markers to Crayola as part of the Crayola “ColorCycle” program!
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Posted December 27th 2018
Thanks to a generous grant from the Plainville Community Fund at the Main Street Community Foundation as well as additional funds that were raised by the Louis Toffolon Elementary School PTO, Toffolon held two Science Days during the school day
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MSP To Host State VEX Robotics Tournament

Posted February 13th 2019
The Middle School of Plainville will host the 5th annual VEX IQ Robotics State Championship on March 9, 2019.  The event will feature over 50 teams from elementary and middle schools across the state.
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District Preschool Registration For The 2019-2020 School Year

Posted February 11th 2019
The Plainville Community Schools Preschool Program will begin accepting registrations on Monday, March 1, 2019 for children who reside in Plainville and will be age four (4) by December 31, 2019 and who were born between January 1, 2015 and December 31, 2015.
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District Faculty Member Receives National Educator Award

Posted January 25th 2019
Louis Toffolon Elementary School art teacher Mike Zaba was honored as a recipient of the Milken Family Foundation National Educator Award on January 23rd at a surprise recognition program assembly held at Toffolon School
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Jennifer DeLorenzo Named Assistant Principal At Plainville High School

Posted January 17th 2019
)  Plainville High School Mathematics teacher and Instructional Leader Jennifer DeLorenzo, has been named an assistant principal, according to Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Maureen Brummett. DeLorenzo replaces former Plainville High School Assistant Principal Carl Johnson, who became principal in November.
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Plainville Schools Receive Security Grant from Schaller Auto Group

Posted January 17th 2019
Plainville Community Schools recently received a grant from the Community Foundation of Greater New Britain to improve high school security. The grant was used to purchase 23 additional security cameras at Plainville High School. The grant was funded by the Schaller Auto group.
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New Spring Programs From Plainville Adult Education

Posted January 15th 2019
Plainville Adult and Continuing Education will offer programming, free of cost, this spring in a variety of areas
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PHS Students Connect with Peers Across the Globe

Posted December 24th 2018
Students in Kristi Naka’s Spanish classes at Plainville High School are connecting with peers across the globe through two unique hands on classroom projects this year
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Holiday Gifts from Plainville Adult Education

Posted December 21th 2018
Plainville Adult and Continuing Education students collected holiday gifts to benefit Victorian Gardens, a local Residential Care Home for Adults in Plainville.
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Board / School District Recognized For Excellence In Leadership And Communication

Posted December 14th 2018
The Plainville school district has been recognized with several awards from the Connecticut Association of Boards of Education (CABE), according to Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Maureen Brummett.
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7th Annual PHS Career Day

Posted December 12th 2018
Plainville High School hosted the 7th annual Career Day program for students on November 30th. More than 70 speakers covering over 40 career sectors participated in the event.
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4th Annual "Go Baby Go" Charity Event

Posted December 12th 2018
Plainville High School hosted the 4th annual "Go Baby Go" event December 7th & 8th, during which toy ride-on cars for children with special needs were modified, refurbished, and presented to local families.
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Internet Safety Workshop Held at MSP

Posted December 10th 2018
The Plainville Coalition for Positive Youth Development hosted a parent workshop entitled "Chromebooks, The Internet & Your Child's Digital World" on November 29th.
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Everyday Heroes

Posted January 16th 2019

Frank T. Wheeler Elementary School nurse Julie Simard was recognized as the district's Everyday Hero for the month of January. She was honored at the January 14th Plainville Board of Education meeting. In photo: Plainville Board of Education Chair, Deb Hardy, Wheeler School Principal Andrew Batchelder, Julie Simard, Samantha Miller, Emma Simard, and Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Maureen Brummett.