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Town Council Adopts Final Education Budget
On March 21, 2019 the Town Council voted to adopt the final education budget for the coming year (2019-2020). The Board of Education will need to identify $459,052 in reductions to the budget they approved in January.
These reductions will be on the agenda of the Board of Education meeting on April 8, 2019 at 7:30 pm.
To view budget documents and learn more, please visit the BOE Budget page.
In July, Mrs. Mary Poisson will begin work as our Director of Elementary Language Arts, replacing Dr. Joanne St. Peter, who is retiring. Mrs. Poisson served as an elementary principal in Wallingford for three years. Prior to that, she was the assistant principal at Naubuc School for two years. We are confident Mrs. Poisson’s skills will help us continue developing our outstanding elementary language arts curriculum.
Mrs. Brenda Gregorski will serve as our new Director of Mathematics, replacing Caroline Quinn-Alger who is retiring this July.
Mrs. Gregorski began her career teaching math at Glastonbury High School. She has served as the head math teacher for the past 11 years. Mrs. Gregorski is highly respected by students, staff, and parents alike. We are so fortunate to have one talented leader following another.
GHS Selected Unified Champion School
Glastonbury High School has been recognized by the Special Olympics as a Unified Champion School. This award recognizes the school's Unified Sports program for its inclusive student leadership and whole school engagement. Collaboration and respect are hallmarks of Glastonbury's program. The Board of Education also recognized students, staff, and coaches at a recent meeting. Please click here for more information about Unified Champion Schools.
Any child who will be five years of age on or before January 1, 2020 and meets all residency requirements is eligible to begin kindergarten next school year. After pre-registering students online, parents/guardians will schedule a brief session with our registrar at the central office. Families will need to bring the necessary documents for the registrar to scan. Visit the Kindergarten Registration website for more information.
Summer Camps 2019
School staff members will be offering a variety of summer camp programs for students. Because these camps are tuition based, there is no cost to the Board of Education.
For a complete listing of summer enrichment opportunities, please visit our Summer Camps website. Program brochures are also available at the Glastonbury Public Schools Central Operations office, 628 Hebron Avenue.