"Our mission is to make every child's potential a reality engaging and empowering families and communities to advocate for all children."

Grade Levels

Pre K

The Pre-K children have been very busy learning their classroom routine as well as making new friends! The children have been introduced to their new classroom centers and they are learning all about these centers each day they visit them! We are working very hard at our early literacy skills, math skills, learning our colors as well as drawing self-portraits! Please stay tuned to further updates throughout the school year!

Happy Reading! Miss Downes & Mrs. Kaletski


This year the children will learn to name letters, shapes, numbers, tell stories, read words, write stories, and so much more! Some of our units include discovering more about: My School, My Neighborhood, Families, Natural and Manmade objects, Weather, Plants and Animals, and Non-Standard Measurement just to name a few. We will send home monthly letters to let you know about what we’re doing in Kindergarten. Please contact your child’s teacher if there are any questions. We are glad to help you and look forward to a very exciting, fun-filled and productive school year!

Miss Bierut, Mrs. Cyr, Miss Sexton and Mrs. Peck

Grade 1

Thank you for visiting our first grade page as we are pleased to share with you the first grade curriculum! First grade is a very exciting and important adventure for our students! They attend school for a full day and become familiar with school rules, routines, and specials. Our students will work diligently to become proficient readers and writers. In Reader’s Workshop, they will become involved with guided reading, word study, interactive read alouds and literacy centers. In Writer’s Workshop, students will gain knowledge of writing narrative stories, informational formats, opinions, poetry, and fairy tales. In math, students will learn addition and subtraction facts, discover how to solve word problems, and become critical thinkers! Students will also explore a variety of science topics; the sun, push and pull, measurement, animal structures and movement, plants, and animal life cycles. In social studies, our first grade students will gain understanding of our school community, families and their personal history, our community and environment. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at anytime. Thank you again, The First Grade Team.

Mrs. Alves, Mrs. Malvezzi, and Miss Mazzone

Grade 2


Sharon DeFillippi

Carole Donoghue

Lynn Marie Lopatosky

Grade 3

Welcome to third grade! Throughout the school year students will learn many new things. Reader’s and Writer’s workshop will support student achievement in literacy skills through narrative, informational, and poetry units. Math topics include multiplication, division, fractions, and geometry. Social Studies units focus on communities. Some Science topics we explore are states of matter, rocks and minerals, and animal adaptations. We look forward to SOARing to success in third grade!

Grade 4

Welcome to fourth grade! We are very excited to begin our school year together with you! We hope you had a restful summer and are eager to begin your fourth grade adventure. This is an exciting year for your child. They are developing more independence and working to earn letter grades on their report card. Each child will receive an agenda in which they will be asked to record all assignments and upcoming tests. We would suggest parents look at this nightly! We will be covering many topics this year. In science we will be learning about the water cycle, erosion and electricity to name a few. Connecticut history will be the main focus in Social Studies, and students will learn to think deeply around both fiction and non-fiction books read in class. Please feel free to contact us at any point with any concerns or questions you may have.

The Fourth Grade Team

Mrs. Kecskes, and Mrs. Lohr, Mrs. DiFranco

Grade 5

This year in fifth grade students will be studying a variety of interesting topics. In Science, students will learn about the solar system, light, sound as well as the five senses. In Social Studies, we will study early colonial life, the American Revolution and the establishment of our government. Students will create and learn about mysteries, realistic fiction and poetry in both Reading and Writing Workshop. If you have any questions or concerns about our curriculum or would like to contact us for any other reason please feel free to do so. Thank you for visiting our website and please look for our monthly newsletter to stay current with important news regarding our work in fifth grade.

Mrs. Tacinelli, Mrs. Darcy, Miss Ferony and Mr. Bernier