ANNOUNCEMENT OF KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION FOR SCHOOL YEAR 2022-2023
Swansea Public Schools announces registration for children who will be five on or before August 31, 2022. New students who plan on attending 1st grade, who have not previously enrolled, should register at this time. A child must be 6 by the same date to be eligible for 1st grade.
We are doing a mailing in early Dec. to eligible children who are listed on the Swansea Town census. This is to confirm that you intend to enroll your child. If we hear from you, you will be mailed a registration packet by early February. If you are new to Swansea please contact your closest school office to have your child’s name added to the list.
If you have a child who is age eligible who will be attending a private school, your child is welcome to participate in the developmental screening portion of the registration process.
The purpose of the screening is to find children who may have any of the following problems: seeing, hearing, speaking, getting along with others, physical coordination, or other conditions that would affect learning.
Please call 508-679-4049 if you have not been contacted by mail or if you have any questions.
Mark G. Hoyle Elementary School
Address: 70 Community Lane, Swansea, MA 02777
Phone: 508-679-4049 Fax: 508-646-4407
Principal: Mr. William Courville
Administrative Assistant: Laurie Vasconcellos
School Hours: 8:40 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.
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Please find the executive summary portion of the recently completed Educational Program Study conducted by Habeeb and Associates. This study was conducted as the first step in the discussion of school expansion in Swansea. The full report is available for your review
This letter is to inform you of the Swansea Public School Student Reunification Plan, in the event that a full evacuation from any of our schools is required due to an unforeseen emergency situation. A full evacuation means that a determination has been made based upon the scenario that returning to the school building is not in the best interest of students and staff. In this instance, please adhere to the following guidelines:
At the Hoyle School every child will be given the opportunity to develop to his or her full potential of social, emotional, and academic abilities so that he or she may become a well integrated member of society.