Elementary School Redistricting

Transitioning Parents Invited!
Transitioning parents and guardians are invited by each elementary school's PTO to attend a special meeting this Spring for new and existing families of the school community to mingle and meet with the school principal. Please see below for meeting dates and times. 

 Elementary School Date Meet and Greet PTO Meeting
 Buttonball Lane     April 4 6:30 pm 7:00 pm
 Hebron Avenue April 3 6:00–6:30 pm 6:30–7:30 pm
 Hopewell April 18 6:30 pm 7:00 pm
 Naubuc April 22 6:30 pm 7:00 pm
 Nayaug May 15 6:00 pm 6:30 pm

Click here to review a report on Redistricting Transition Plans presented to the Board of Education in January 2018.

Current Redistricting Timeline

Over the coming months, staff members from the elementary schools will be reassigned as necessary to support our students at each school. As much as possible, staff members will follow students who are transitioning to a new school, to help ease the transition. Each elementary school will also begin planning events and procedures to welcome their new students and their families into the elementary school community. 

Background Information

On December 12, 2016 the Glastonbury Board of Education made the difficult decision to close Eastbury Elementary School following the 2017-2018 school year. The vote was based on declining student enrollment and the Board's commitment to provide a high quality education for students at a reasonable cost to taxpayers.

Redistricting of elementary schools will take place for the 2018-2019 school year. The Board of Education reviewed three elementary school redistricting options prepared by a consultant as well as parent comments and feedback. The three draft maps and information were first presented to the public at the March 27, 2017 Board of Education meeting. 

Redistricting Information Nights were held at each elementary school throughout April 2017. The Board Chair and Superintendent of Schools shared information and displayed large boards of the maps for parents who reviewed the options, asked questions, and  provided feedback. The feedback form was also posted on this site throughout April. At the May 22, 2017 Board Meeting, all parent comments and preferences as well as Board questions were made public in the Board of Education packet and on this site. The Superintendent also conducted a brief presentation providing answers to Board of Education questions as well as reoccurring parent redistricting requests. A Public Hearing on the Redistricting Plans was then held on June 5th in Town Council Chambers for the public to continue to share their ideas and preferences. At the June 12th Board Meeting, following additional public comment, Board members voted on the final plan with modifications as outlined above. Please scroll below for the original draft map for scenario #2 and relevant documents. 

On June 12, 2017 the Board of Education voted to adopt an elementary redistricting plan for the 2018-2019 school year. The Board approved redistricting plan scenario two (scroll below and click on map) with the following modifications: 
  • Rosewood Drive will continue to be in the Hebron Avenue School district; 
  • Buttonball Lane School scheduled walkers (students currently not scheduled for transportation service) will continue to be in the Buttonball Lane School district; 
  • Fifth graders will be grandfathered into their current schools with no transportation provided (parents can choose to keep fifth graders in their current schools as long as they agree to provide transportation). 

Redistricting Map

  • Please click below  to open a PDF document of the Scenario #2 map.
  • This map does not currently include the modifications outlined above. 
  • Use your browser's tools to enlarge the map to be able to view street names.