If you are interested in making a positive impact on the life of an international student, consider becoming a host family! Host families will be given a substantial stipend for providing students with meals, a private room and for welcoming the students into their homes. Support will be available 24/7 from residential coordinators to help coordinate meeting your student upon arrival, keeping you connected with the school community, and mediating issues if they arise. Families of all types, ethnicities, backgrounds and sizes are welcome.
To learn more about becoming a host family, please contact Jessica Johnson at email@example.com (781-996-0451) or visit gphomestay at www.gphomestay.com for more information.
The full report card contains information required by the federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) for our district and its schools including: student enrollment and teacher qualifications, student achievement, accountability, and the progress our school is making toward narrowing proficiency gaps for different groups of students.
The Swansea Public Schools are committed to providing the safest possible educational environment to all stakeholders. We are constantly reviewing, revising, drilling and practicing safety protocols and procedures as well as upgrading our buildings, safety equipment and features. Read more...
You may have heard about the enterovirus infection (Respiratory Infection) that is in twelve States now. Please see the Nursing Information tab on the left for a fact sheet with details.
All T-shirt & Sweatshirt orders are due by Nov., 21st.
Pie pick-up is Tuesday, Nov., 25th &
Cookie Dough pick-up is Tues., Dec. 2nd.
Pick-up is in the Hoyle cafeteria between the hours of 10 AM- 4:30 PM.
We cannot hold any items after this date/time.
Picture day is Tuesday, September 30th!
Please DO NOT bring/send cake, cupcakes, chips, or soda into
school for your child’s birthday. Please be aware that the
District Wellness Policy states:
“Classroom celebrations, especially in elementary schools, should encourage healthy choices and portion control. Parties should be limited to no more than one per class per month.”
Please contact your child’s teacher if you wish to bring in a treat but any snacks served,
parties, or celebrations held are at the teacher’s discretion.
Thanks to Cheryl Cabral
Here are a couple of cute, creative, and healthy snack ideas that
were brought in to school for the class to share!
Thanks to Leigh Ann Marshall