As the school year comes to a close, our principals share what they are most proud of.
The last day of school will be Friday, June 16, with dismissal at 12:45 p.m.
Incoming Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten, and Act 166 Community Partner Pre-Kindergarten students can now register for the upcoming school year. Click here to view Registration Information.
Mandatory screenings for new kindergarteners are by appointment only. Please call Porters Point School to book your appointment!
Students take family and friends on learning tours of their Project-Based Learning work for our Mighty Makers PBL Open House on June 14, 2017.
Dozens of students have caught the running bug at Porters Point School!
After reading one of this year's Red Clover books, K-2 students at PPS used a research method to answer the question, "If you see a whale, how would you know it is a blue whale?" The information they gathered to answer the question was then used by a group of second graders to write and perform their original script!
Students all around the district want to thank our teachers and staff for the incredible work they do all year long. They made this video to share why they appreciate the staff here at CSD!
Watch PPS students learn the art of TAIKO drumming as part of the Artist-in-Residency program.
Meet an amazing group of Colchester kindergarteners who set out to buy a goat as an act of kindness.
Check out this amazing video created entirely by Colchester students! Seniors Jaclyn Cline and Courtney Dessormeau traveled all over town asking kids what they love most about going to school in Colchester and then compiled the answers into one fantastic video. You'll love their responses and probably see someone you know!
See how students at Porters Point School practice precision in many different ways!
As we make the final push to the polls, we have one last video to share with you from our Your Vote Matters series. We've titled this video "Be the Difference" because we believe at the end of the day, it could come down to just a handful of ballots. As timing would have it, Superintendent Minor gets to share some exciting news with you in this video. (Spoiler alert: the tax increase is going to be lower than we originally anticipated!)
Besides all of the necessary operational costs of running a school district with over two thousand students, what type of educational opportunities does the school budget provide our students? Why is the education system so different now than it was 20 years ago? Watch Superintendent Amy Minor's next video to find out.
Here's the new episode from our Your Vote Matters series! This week's topic is enrollment. Is it really declining? What would that mean for class sizes and teachers? Find that out and more by watching this 3-minute video hosted by Superintendent Amy Minor. Plus, there's a special treat at the end for music lovers!
Have you met the new superintendent yet? Every week we'll be producing short videos (less than 3 minutes!) hosted by Superintendent Amy Minor. She'll cover a variety of topics surrounding the budget and the impact it has on our students and taxpayers. Our overarching goal of this series is to communicate how important local votes are to our community and subsequently increase voter turnout. Have a question you want answered? Let us know!
The renovation of the Performing Arts Center for Colchester Schools is complete! We invite you watch the video to take a tour of the upgrades and hear students and faculty express their appreciation to the Colchester community for supporting this project.