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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Glastonbury High FFA Sale

The GHS FFA is selling wreaths, boxwoods, candle centerpieces, poinsettias and more! Contactless item pickups will take place on November 24 and December 4, 11, and 18.

Just click here to order: FFA online Winter Sale.

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Snow Days will be eLearning Days

During the 2020-2021 school year, normal "snow days" will now be eLearning days. On inclement weather days, students will connect with their teachers and classes from home, using the internet. We will notify families of an inclement weather eLearning day as soon as possible so that they may be prepared.

If there are widespread power/internet outages impacting teachers and students, we will not have a remote learning day. Instead, we will close school for the day and it will be made up at the end of the school year (except for GHS Seniors). In-person extra-curricular activities will be cancelled, unless road conditions improve enough to hold the activity.

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.

Student Travel Protocols

Our school system follows the CT State Travel Advisory Executive Orders, which require quarantine in many travel circumstances.

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

Glastonbury Schools Travel Protocols

Student Travel Notice Form

Butterfly Intentions

"Renew and Reimagine" is our theme for this school year. We invited art students and staff members in all our buildings to create colorful origami and paper butterflies. The butterflies represent the changes and adaptations of the past year, as well as the resilience we've all needed to help us through.

Participants wrote their positive intentions for the year inside their paper butterflies. Then our art teachers installed the artwork into a stunning display in the breezeway at Glastonbury High School.

The video linked below, created by Director of Art Holly Constantine, highlights the project.

We also invite you to drive under the GHS breezeway (entrance "C") and look up to see the beautiful butterflies inside.

FREE School Meals

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

We offer these meals in all schools for in-school learners and at the grab-and-go meal sites (Glastonbury High School and Smith Middle School) for remote learners and any other children 18 years or younger.

More information is available on our Foods Services website

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Glastonbury School District Excels in State and National Niche Rankings

Once again this year, Niche has ranked Glastonbury Public Schools highly compared to other school districts in the state of Connecticut and the nation. Please click below to learn more. Congratulations to our school staff for earning these impressive distinctions!

#1 Safest School District in CT (#36 in America)

#1 Best School District for Athletes in CT (#3 in America)

#3 Best Place to Teach in CT (#192 in America)

#7 Best School District in CT (#191 in America)

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.