Let's celebrate when you return from spring break 🎉
Monday 4/18 - Crazy Sock Day (This one is for Mr. Cornelius - does anyone have crazier socks than he does?!?)
Tuesday 4/19 - Mix-Match Day (Don't match one single thing today!)
Wednesday 4/20 - Plainville Gear Day (Show your school spirit and wear your Plainville Gear or blue and white!)
Thursday 4/21 - Dress like your teacher (students)/Dress like your students (teachers)
Friday 4/22 - Ukraine Da- (districtwide) -  Wear BLUE and YELLOW - Let's come together and raise some $$$money$$$ to help those in need in Ukraine - donate $1 (or whatever you can!)
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Townwide Art Show Featuring Student Works At Public Library

Posted May 09th 2022
The school district’s Fine Arts Department is currently sponsoring an art show to honor the creative achievements of Plainville students in Kindergarten through grade 12. After a pause during the COVID pandemic, the Plainville Public Library has once again generously provided exhibition space throughout the building for the students’ artwork displays.
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KIM Program Members Support River Clean Up Event

Posted May 09th 2022
On April 30th, KIM program members participated in PRWA's River Clean-up along with high school students. The volunteers collected trash at the retention pond in Plainville off of Route 177. The Kids in the Middle Program is sponsored by Plainville’s Youth Services Department.
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Linden Participates in Project ACES!

Posted May 09th 2022
The Linden Street School community participated in Project ACES, (All Children Exercising Simultaneously) on May 5th. Students, faculty and staff spread out on the school's field and grounds, to do the "Cha-Cha Slide" together! This year's event marked the 35th anniversary of global Project Aces, which is celebrated each May during National Physical Fitness and Sports Month.
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District Hosts Superintendent's Showcase

Posted April 28th 2022
On Thursday evening April 21st, Plainville Community Schools hosted the annual Superintendent's Showcase featuring the Plainville High School Champion cheerleaders who kicked off the evening prior to Superintendent LePage's opening remarks.
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Governor Lamont Visits PHS

Posted April 26th 2022
On Friday, April 22nd, Connecticut's Governor Ned Lamont visited Plainville High School where he met with a group of students and discussed Connecticut's plans for energy, employment, and making Connecticut a positive place for youth to remain after graduation.
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Singer Songwriter Visits Linden

Posted April 08th 2022
Writing a song can seem daunting for anyone, especially elementary school students. Mrs. Bajek’s 3rd-grade students at Linden Street School recently learned that writing a song is easier than you think. Linden parent, Bonnie McGee, led students in the creative process of songwriting. After brainstorming ideas, the students came up with several verses about how they can like themselves, even when they are having a hard day.
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Spring Chicks!

Posted April 07th 2022
On April 6th, members of the Middle School of Plainville Art Club created a fun spring surprise for the Pre-K students at Louis Toffolon Elementary school. MSP Art Club students hand painted beach rocks to look like spring chicks hatching.
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Pianist Visits Linden

Posted April 07th 2022
In celebration of "Music in Our Schools Month", Linden Street School students enjoyed a piano performance from high school student, Katherine Tang. The sounds of Bach, Mozart, and The Beatles resounded in the Linden gymnasium during the first live in-person performance for the students since the beginning of the pandemic.
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Toffolon Student Council Supports Food Pantry With St. Patrick's Day Theme

Posted March 18th 2022
The Louis Toffolon Elementary School Student Council sponsored their monthly food drive with a theme of "Wear Green on St Patrick's Day" as well as finding the lucky golden shamrock. Their focus this year is to pay it forward in their school and local community through fun activities. They filled their lucky pot of gold with green food items such as jello, green beans, apple juice boxes and other foods to be donated to the Plainville Community Food Pantry.
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District No-Cost PreSchool and Kindergarten Registration for the 2022-2023 School Year

Posted March 18th 2022
Plainville Community Schools is excited to offer a second year of the district’s preschool program AT NO COST TO FAMILIES as a result of COVID-19 grant relief funding for school districts, according to Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment, Tawana Graham-Douglas.
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MSP Art Club's "Spring Chickens"

Posted March 18th 2022
As one of their many volunteer projects, the Art Club at the Middle School of Plainville recently made beautifully decorated spring chickens. These creations were a gift for the residents of Apple Rehab in Plainville. The chickens will be hidden around the center for residents to find on Easter.
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Toffolon Fifth Graders Spread Message of Kindness

Posted March 17th 2022
Louis Toffolon Elementary School fifth graders are once again sharing positive messages to those who pass by their school, thanks to their kind and creative artwork on the school’s fence. Their first message, “Be Kind”, shares the sentiment that Toffolon students are inspired to be kind each and every day. Spreading kindness is a meaningful way in which students can demonstrate that a simple act can change anyone's day.
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May Portrait Pioneer

The May Plainville Community Schools’ “Portrait Pioneer” award winners,  Plainville High School Assistant Principal Jennifer DeLorenzo and Plainville High School Library Information Teacher Deb Pikiell,  were recognized at the May 9th Plainville Board of Education meeting.  Jennifer and Deb were  nominated by Plainville High School Principal, Carl Johnson. This award was established to recognize those who exemplify and model the characteristics of the school district’s Portrait of the Graduate framework, which include being: Mindful, Resilient, Communicative, Innovative and Collaborative.