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 March 10th 2020
Recently Louis Toffolon Elementary School fifth teachers hosted a Family Math night for students and their families.
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Posted January 21th 2020
On January 9th, Louis Toffolon Elementary School fifth graders in Nicole Siegel’s class and third graders in Doug Caneday's class enjoyed a visitor as part of the Plainville school district's efforts to raise awareness about deaf and hard of hearing students.
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Jeff Wallowitz Named Principal of Linden Street School

Posted July 06th 2020
Jeff Wallowitz, formerly an elementary school principal in the West Hartford, Connecticut school system, has been named principal of Linden Street School, according to Superintendent of Schools, Steven LePage.
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Plainville Board of Education Completes Annual Superintendent Evaluation

Posted June 24th 2020
In June the Plainville Board of Education met to conduct the annual evaluation of Superintendent of Schools, Steven LePage. During his first year as Superintendent, Mr. Lepage met with exceptional challenges. His steady leadership provided the Plainville community with the stability and confidence to endure the unprecedented closure of schools as well as several other events that were a struggle for our families and students.
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Christina Kiley Wins Thomas Dicorleto Memorial Award

Posted June 11th 2020
Board Certified Behavior Analyst / Licensed Behavior Analyst (BCBA/LBA) and Instructional Leader for PreK - 5 Special Education, Christina Kiley, has been named recipient of the Thomas DiCorleto Memorial Outstanding Service Award, from the Farmington Valley Special Education Directors Association.
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Drawing Sunflowers

Posted June 10th 2020
Students in Joan Corey's second grade class at Linden Street School recently learned about sunflowers during a Google Class Meeting.
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School District Names Dominic Talotta Teacher of the Year

Posted June 10th 2020
Plainville Community Schools has named Plainville Community Schools Band Director Dominic Talotta as the 2020-2021 Teacher of the Year. Talotta was nominated by district colleague Michael Boncimino.
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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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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.