Glastonbury Public Schools

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District News and Announcements

SOS

Our schools use Signs of Suicide (SOS) to teach suicide prevention to students. This portal is designed to provide parents with information about our suicide prevention efforts and helpful tools for supporting your child’s mental health.

Glastonbury Public Schools Receives Red, White, And Blue Schools Award!

Glastonbury Public Schools was one of only five districts in the state to be honored this year by the Red, White & Blue Schools program.

This program promotes the importance of student civic involvement. The theme for 2018 was “Exploring our Historical Roots” and Glastonbury's application focused on our tremendous partnership with the Glastonbury Historical Society.

Secretary Merrill presented the award to Ilene Viner, the Director of History and Social Sciences. This is the second year in a row that Glastonbury has received this special recognition.


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.


Kindergarten Registration

Please be sure to register your new kindergarten students as soon as possible. Visit the Kindergarten Registration webpage for more information.

Summer Reading and Summer Math

Glastonbury Public Schools asks all students in grades 1-12 to participate in our summer reading program. We have also developed math activities to help students maintain and strengthen their mathematics skills over the summer months. Please visit our Summer and Independent Reading and Summer Math websites to help guide and inform students at each grade level.

Image of healthy vegetables and 3 children smiling with text "Free Summer Meals! Comidas de Verano Gratis"

Summer Meals

Childhood food insecurity remains at unacceptable levels across the country. Children are most acutely at risk in the summer when they do not have access to school meals. Children ages 18 and younger may visit Open Summer Meals sites anywhere in the state to receive a meal. There is no application, identification or commitment to participate in Summer Meals.

Please click here for more information and to identify Summer Meals sites in our state.


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, 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.