School News

Posted December 10th 2018
MSP students joined their PHS classmates in the modification of a Go Baby Go vehicles. They worked on a miniature MiniCooper!
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Posted November 16th 2018
Middle School of Plainville faculty member Camille Westfall was honored by the Connecticut Technology and Engineering Education Association (CTEEA) at their annual state conference held at Portland High School on November 6th
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7th Annual PHS Career Day

Posted December 12th 2018
Plainville High School hosted the 7th annual Career Day program for students on November 30th. More than 70 speakers covering over 40 career sectors participated in the event.
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4th Annual "Go Baby Go" Charity Event

Posted December 12th 2018
Plainville High School hosted the 4th annual "Go Baby Go" event December 7th & 8th, during which toy ride-on cars for children with special needs were modified, refurbished, and presented to local families.
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Internet Safety Workshop Held at MSP

Posted December 10th 2018
The Plainville Coalition for Positive Youth Development hosted a parent workshop entitled "Chromebooks, The Internet & Your Child's Digital World" on November 29th.
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2018 Thoughtexchange Survey Results

Posted December 03th 2018
Plainville Community Schools engaged their community in an exchange about what we're doing well and where we can improve. We invited participants to share thoughts and rate the thoughts of others.
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Snow People for Plainville Seniors

Posted November 16th 2018
Each year, the Plainville High School's Italian National Honor Society's philanthropy project centers around the Plainville Senior Center. This year, the student members designed and created “snow people” out of clay pots.
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New Visitor Management System Enhances District Security

Posted November 15th 2018
Plainville Community Schools will soon have an additional security measure in place with the installation of the Raptor visitor management system in all five Plainville schools.
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Veterans Day at Plainville Community Schools

Posted November 12th 2018
Plainville Community Schools held a number of activities and programs across the school district on November 10th, to honor and recognize veterans.
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"Operation Sweaters for Veterans!" at MSP

Posted November 12th 2018
The Middle School of Plainville Health Classes, led by faculty members Cindy Birdsall and Melanie Olmstead, sponsored "Operation Sweaters for Veterans!" Gently used coats, gloves and hats were collected.
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Plainville Students Honored At 31st Annual Superintendent’s Award Presentation

Posted November 09th 2018
Twelve Plainville students received the Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents’ (CAPSS) Superintendent / Student Recognition Award and Certificate of Excellence at the 31st annual Superintendent’s Award Presentation held on November 7th, during a luncheon at J. Timothy’s Restaurant.
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School Based Behavioral Health Clinics Available Through Partnership With Wheeler Clinic

Posted November 06th 2018
The Fall can be stressful for students (and parents!). Through a partnership with Wheeler Clinic, new school-based behavioral health clinics at The Middle School of Plainville and Linden Street School can help students and families address behavioral health challenges that may negatively impact their academic performance.
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Carl Johnson Named Principal At Plainville High School

Posted November 05th 2018
Carl Johnson, former Assistant Principal at Plainville High School, has been named Principal, according to Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Maureen Brummett.
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Local Company Brings Linden Street School’s Eco-Friendly Greenhouse Dream To Life

Posted November 02th 2018
The courtyard at Linden Street School now shines a little brighter thanks to the support, talent and generosity of School / Business / Community partner Gary Fett, owner of Fluid Control Solutions, a Plainville manufacturer, together with his colleagues, who designed, built and donated an eco-frendly greenhouse for the space at Linden
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Everyday Heroes

Posted November 15th 2018

Frank T. Wheeler Elementary School faculty member Cheryl Michaud and Plainville High School Paraprofessional Michele Morel-Tavernier were recognized as the district's Everyday Heroes for the month of November. They were honored at the November 12th Plainville Board of Education meeting. In photo: Plainville High School faculty member Maria Colangelo, Michele Morel-Tavernier, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Maureen Brummett, and Plainville Board of Education Chair Deb Hardy.