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Page School Forecast​

12/16/2016

694 Main Street

West Newbury, MA 01985 
(978) 363-2671 Phone

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Pentucket Regional School District Pre-School Screening Information Night

 

Come learn about the incredible offerings of the integrated Pre-School programs available at your local school.

 

When:  Thursday, March 2, 2017   6:00 – 7:00 PM

 

Where:  Dr. John C. Page Elementary School, 694 Main Street, West Newbury, MA 01985

 

Who Should Attend:

Any parent/guardian of a child turning age 3 before September 1, 2017, or under age 5 before September 1, 2017, looking for an integrated pre-school experience through the local school district.

 

Any parent/guardian of child turning age 3 before September 1, 2017, or under age 5 before September 1, 2017, who suspects their child may have an educational disability.

 

 

 

PRE-SCHOOL SCREENING-By Appointment only

Please contact Sarah Yurenda (978-363-2671 ext. 4)  to schedule an appointment for:

 

When:  Friday, March 3, 2017

 

Where: Dr. John C. Page Elementary School, 694 Main Street, West Newbury, MA 01985 

 

 

 

 

Pentucket Regional School Committee

To Conduct Public Hearing To Gain Input

On Possible Grade 7 – 12 Building Configuration

 

WEST NEWBURY, Mass. – Thursday, December 29, 2016 – The Pentucket Regional School Committee will conduct a public hearing at 6:30 p.m. on January 17, 2017 in the high school cafeteria for the purpose of gathering input from parents and community members about the potential benefits and challenges of consolidating  grades 7 – 12 in a single building complex.

The Pentucket Regional School District (PRSD) is engaged in a partnership with the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) for a potential building project at Pentucket Regional High School (PRHS).  This hearing is a result of the MSBA request for PRSD to determine whether or not there would be community support for a building configuration that could accommodate both the PRHS and the Pentucket Regional Middle School.  This information will help determine the best possible path forward.

If the grade 7 – 12 configuration is determined to be the preferred solution, the PRSD must demonstrate that such consolidation has been approved by the School Committee and necessary District officials.  The public hearing on January 17th is the first step for the School Committee to gather input from parents and the community about the level of support for a possible grade reconfiguration and school consolidation.

An enrollment projection is one of the important components of the building process.  Historical data are used in combination with formulas to forecast the number of students who would be educated at the school.  Based on these projections, the MSBA recommended study of the following enrollments for the potential project:

•           Grades 9 – 12:  605 students

•           Grades 7 – 12:  965 students

Multiple factors and potential solutions need to be considered in the early phases of a project so that the community reaps the full and lasting benefits from its investment.  Each of these grade configurations must be considered so that the PRSD can confidently move forward with the best solution. 

In conformance with customary hearing procedures, statements and supporting information will be presented first.  To comment, citizens must be recognized by the chair, Mrs. Lisa O’Connor, and all remarks must be addressed to the chair and be germane to the topic. Each speaker will have three (3) minutes to speak, after stating his/her name and residence.  To ensure that all who wish a chance to speak have that opportunity, the chair will recognize persons who have not commented previously during the hearing before recognizing persons who wish to remark a second time.  The hearing will be used by the School Committee to gather input and not to engage in questions, debate, or rebuttals.

 

 

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Page Upcoming Events

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Classes Resume

 

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Grades 3-6 Play Rehearsal

Tuesdays and Thursdays

3:00-4:00 in Cafeteria

 

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Ski Club begins 3:00-7:00

 

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Mass Audubon visit with Grade 3

 

1/13

Museum of Science visit with Grade 4

 

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Progress Reports