Superintendent's Welcome Letter 2017
Illness & Attendance Children learn best when they are alert, fit, happy and well. The Absentee Line is 323-0455 and is available 24/7. If your child is going to be absent from school, please call the Absentee Line in the morning as early as possible.  State the child’s illness when reporting them absent.  Please keep all sick children home, especially if they have been vomiting, having diarrhea or have had a fever.  A child with vomiting or diarrhea should be kept home until the child has been symptom free for at least 24 hours and the child is able to keep... Read More
Healthful Information Below are links to some useful publications and brochures which you may be interested in reading.   Pink Eye   Chicken Pox   Head Lice   Influenza   Common Cold   Measles   Fifth Disease   Safety Seats For Kids   Belchertown Recreation Department The Belchertown Recreation Department department offers many programs, sport related activities and other leisure programs which may be of interest to you and your family. Their website address is www.... Read More
Illness & Attendance Children need to feel well to learn.  While every cold, ache and cough shouldn’t keep your child home, sometimes being in school is not wise. A frequent cough can be exhausting for your child and a distraction to the class. If your child is running a fever (100 degrees or above), has diarrhea, vomiting or an unexplained rash, they should not come to school that day.  Your child must be fever-free, without medication, for 24 hours before he/she returns to school. Please remember that your child cannot be dismissed to anyone who is... Read More
Nutrition Our cafeteria staff plans well balanced meals every day.  Parents, help teach your children to make good food choices on the school menus.  Please let us know if your child has any special diet concerns.  If your child requires any food substitutions for medical reasons, you can download this form from the Health Forms link.   The Importance of Breakfast! Starting every day with a nutritious breakfast will help your child feel more alert, focused, and ready to learn. Breakfast is BRAIN FOOD! Making Healthy Choices at Lunch! School... Read More