Glastonbury Public Schools
Renew and Reimagine 20-21
Bright Futures Begin Here!
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.
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District News and Announcements
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!
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.
Lieutenant Governor Visits Early Learning Center
Lieutenant Governor Susan Bysiewicz recently visited the district's Early Learning Center at Eastbury to learn about our successful new program. Our state has lost tens of thousands of childcare slots since the coronavirus pandemic began. The center provides Glastonbury Public Schools teachers and Glastonbury community members with affordable, quality childcare in a safe and engaging center.
The center is self-supporting with no cost to taxpayers. Click here to learn more about the ELC at Eastbury.
No Plan to Change Our Current Learning Model
We have begun to receive questions regarding future plans for learning. At this time we have no plans to change our current learning model (Hybrid Plan B). Overall our reopening plan appears to have worked well.
We are watching carefully as some local schools have had to close for a few days or a couple of weeks due to the spread of COVID-19. Meanwhile, some districts are preparing to open secondary schools five days a week in the coming month. We will continue to monitor these communities, especially those with large high schools like ours, as we regularly evaluate our learning plan. We will also be cautious about changing plans as cooler weather and the flu season approach.
While we have no set date to transition to Plan A (full-time in-school classes for all grades), we would provide parents, students, and staff with 1-2 weeks notice before making such a change. A transition to Plan C (eLearning for all grades), on the other hand, could be made quickly if needed to protect the health and safety of our community.