Glastonbury Public Schools

Renew and Reimagine 20-21

Bright Futures Begin Here!


Please visit the links here for Glastonbury Public Schools' COVID-19 information and protocols. Note: At this time, in order to protect everyone’s health, visitors, including parents, will not be permitted in our school buildings unless absolutely necessary. If you need to visit, please call the office first to schedule an appointment. In addition, all visitors must wear a face mask to protect the health of all.

Quicklinks and Dates to Remember

District News and Announcements

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Support the FFA!

The plants in our two fundraisers were grown by GHS FFA students. Visit the AgSci Website for more information.

FFA Spring Sale. Bedding plants, herbs and vegetables. Online ordering is open through May 13. Contactless pick up May 7, 8, 14 & 15.

FFA Mother's Day Plant Sale. May 8 from 9 am to 1 pm. In-person sales at St. Paul's Church, 2577 Main Street. Four inch pots are $5 and six inch pots are $10 or 2 for $15.

FREE School Meals

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has extended approval for Glastonbury Schools to continue providing FREE meals to all children 18 years or younger through June 30, 2021.

More information is available on our Foods Services website.

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Registration for Kindergarten

The kindergarten registration process is now fully online. Please complete the registration for your child(ren) as soon as possible by visiting our Kindergarten Registration website.

Equity and Social Justice

Glastonbury Public Schools is actively working to ensure equity in our schools. Please visit our Equity and Social Justice webpage for more information, including action steps we are taking to promote our district’s anti-bias and anti-racism work.

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Board Votes on Final 2021-22 Budget

On April 5, 2021, the Board of Education voted on the final education budget for the 2021-2022 school year. The Board's originally projected budget from January was reduced by the Town Council in March and several accounts were adjusted to reflect updated cost projections. The final budget of $113,549,684 is a 1.61% increase over the current year's education budget.

The Board reduced areas that would not directly impact student instruction. The most significant budget adjustments were made in the areas of the health insurance reserve fund, utilities, and elementary and secondary supplies.

The Board monitors class sizes throughout the spring and summer. They will make any necessary staffing adjustments to accommodate enrollment. More information about the school budget can be found on the BOE Budget page.

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Summer Enrichment Camps

School staff members will be offering a variety of summer camp programs for students in June, July and August. Because these camps are tuition based, there is no cost to the Board of Education. Please visit the Summer Camps page of our website to learn about the camps and to register.

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Student Travel Protocols

Our student travel protocols remain in place (this includes all out of state and international travel). Prior notice of student travel is required and proof of a negative test upon return will also be required.

Please refer to the following information regarding Glastonbury Public School protocols for student travel.

Glastonbury Schools Travel Protocols

Student Travel Notice Form

Glastonbury School District Excels in State and National Niche Rankings

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District Communication

The Glastonbury Board of Education is committed to a policy of equal opportunity/affirmative action for all qualified persons and does not discriminate in any employment practice, education program, or educational activity on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, religion, marital status, veteran status, civil air patrol status, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, age, or any other basis prohibited by Connecticut state and/or federal law. More information is available on the Non-Discrimination Policy page.