We will post our weekly newsletter from Principal Pitrat online. Did you miss a week? For your convenience, you will find it below.
We encourage you to be involved and up-to-date with the latest news at Sheffield Elementary School. Visit often for important notifications and upcoming dates of school events. Help your child succeed by engaging in all of the wonderful things we have to offer at our school.
Important Message From Superintendent Sullivan
In response to yesterday’s awful news from Florida, I would like to reassure you that the safety of your children is always our highest priority. Earlier, our principals reviewed a communication from our local state police liaison, reaffirming how we should respond to any incident similar to the one that just occurred.
Please take the time to read Superintendent Sullivan's letter in its entirety.
Winter Walk to School Day
We invite you to join us for our walk to school day! Every Wednesday in February, we will be walking to the school. For full details, please view our walk to school flyer.
We encourage you to pay ahead for your child’s meals when possible. The a la carte price for milk is $0.45. You can send cash with your child, or you can prepay online. Please visit the Pay For It website to set up an account. You will need your child’s student identification number, which you can get by contacting Mrs. Ann Annear, kitchen manager, at 413-863-7425.
School Report Card Overview
Report cards help parents/guardians and the general public see where schools and districts are succeeding and where there is still work to do. This report card overview answers important questions about our school's performance. We encourage you to view our 2017 Massachusetts School Report Card overview.
MCAS Testing Dates
We want all of our students to be well prepared, rested, and ready for our upcoming MCAS assessments! Please mark your calendars for our upcoming testing dates:
Attention, parents of students who ride the bus! Sometimes the bus company arrives at a bus stop and a parent/designated adult is not waiting for the student. The bus company needs to know if it is ok to drop off your student in this case. Safety comes first and we want to make sure we are clear on what to do if this situation arises. If it is ok to drop off your student with no adult waiting at the stop, please write a note to the bus company (F.M. Kuzmeskus) stating this information. Your student may give the note to the bus driver. If you have any questions, you can contact Kuzmeskus at 863.2595.