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    "Back to School Night" Calendar 2017

    "Back to School Night" for all Shelton Public Schools will begin during the week of September 11th. Please open the attachment to view when each individual school "Back to School Night" is held and when it begins.

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  • Celebrating Shelton!

    Click on the image below to see more about this exciting four part series of Shelton's past.

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  • Voluntary Student Accident Insturance

    The Shelton Public School System would like to inform the greater educational community that if your family feels the need to purchase "voluntary" student accident insurance - you may Control / Click on the link below to review accident insurance plan options:

    http://www.bollingerschools.com/site/school-officials/Voluntary%20flyer.pdf

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  • Superintendent's Letter - "13 Reasons Why"

    The attached letter is in response to concerns from the greater educational community regarding the Netflix series based on Jay Asher's book; "13 Reasons Why". The topics covered in this book and series deal with adolescent bullying, rejection, heartbreak, sexual assault, abuse, revenge, depression, efforts to find help, and suicide.

    Please take a moment to read the attached letter which includes resources for parents and guardians.

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  • Word of the Week Invite

    Click on the attached file to read the Word of the Week invitation to the community

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Principal's Message

Back to School Night for grade 5 will take place on Tuesday, September 26th at 6:30.  Back to School Night for grade 6 will be Wednesday, September 27th at 6:30.  Both nights are adult events.  

We are off to a great start for the 2017-18 school year.  Students are engaged and working hard.

Perry Hill School is set up in dyads. Our teaching model is based on teams of two teachers working with about 50 students. This model promotes the creation of smaller learning communities that supports meeting the individual needs of each child through the use of best practices such as differentiated instruction, response to intervention and positive behavioral support. One teacher teaches Reading and Writing,  and one teacher teaches Math and Science. The homeroom teacher teaches Social Studies.  Perry Hill's academic support center services the needs of all students.

In addition, students are actively involved in exploring enhanced curricula in Art, Music, Physical Education, and Health. They are also exposed to units in STEM(Science, Technology, engineering, and Math).  Enrichment and club activities are also offered to round out a comprehensive approach to education of the upper elementary student.

Mrs. Williams

Principal of Perry Hill School 

5th Grade Field Day

The Pep Club

Tae Kwon Do Club

Zumba Club

The SPEDtaculars

Porto's Posse