Plainville Community Schools, 47 Robert Holcomb Way, Plainville CT 06062, (860)793-3200

District News

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District Preschool Program Seeking Students
"The Plainville Community Schools' Preschool Program is seeking Plainville students who will be four (4) years old by January 1, 2018. The full day program is offered at each of..."

Recent Articles:
01/26/17: District Preschool Program Seeking Students
01/23/17: Elizabeth Norton Trust Fund Grants Support Several District Initiatives
01/06/17: Plainville Community Schools Featured In CAPSS' Technology Report And Video
11/23/16: 5th Annual "Take A Whack For Interact" Event A Success
11/23/16: 5th Annual "Take A Whack For Interact" Event A Success

District Spotlight
February Everyday Heroes!

Three Plainville Community Schools staff members were honored at the February 13th Plainville Board of Education meeting as part of the “Everyday Hero” program that recognizes staff members and students who have gone above and beyond for another student or colleague, showing resiliency, support and / or initiative to make the school district an even better place to be. The February group of honorees included Louis Toffolon Elementary School Office Professional Chiara Ramos, Frank T. Wheeler Elementary School Principal Andrew Batchelder, and Toffolon faculty member Norma Olson Bartley.

Penguin Plunge!

On January 29th, a group of Plainville Community Schools' administrators, faculty, staff and students participated in the Penguin Plunge at Winding Trails in Farmington to support Special Olympics and the Plainville High School Unified Basketball Team. The brave group of “plungers” raised over $3,000 for these programs!

Superintendent Brummett Launches "Everyday Hero" Program!

Three Plainville Community Schools staff members were honored at the January 9th Plainville Board of Education meeting as part of a new program entitled “Everyday Hero” that recognizes staff members and students who have gone above and beyond for another student or colleague, showing resiliency, support and / or initiative to make the school district an even better place to be. The inaugural group of honorees included Middle School of Plainville staff members Justine Misseri and Ellen Nichols, nominated by parent Marcy Miller, and Linden Street School Principal Paula Eshoo, nominated by parent Jill Bright.

Wheeler Hosts Grandparents Day!

Frank T. Wheeler Elementary School recently held its first annual Grandparents / Grandguests Day, which was a huge success! Over 100 Grandparents and “Grandguests” attended the event during which they enjoyed refreshments with grandchildren and the opportunity to visit the school’s book fair.

Plainville Board of Education Receives Leadership Award

The Plainville Board of Education was presented with the Connecticut Association of Boards of Education (CABE) Level Two Leadership Award during the annual CABE/ CAPSS (Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents) Convention held in November. This is the eighth consecutive year the Plainville Board of Education has received this award.

In photo: Laurie Peterson (Board of Education Member), Foster White (Board of Education Member) Maureen Brummett, Ed.D. (Superintendent of Schools), Dianna R. Wentzell (Commissioner of Education), Andrea Saunders (Board of Education Chair) and Crystal St. Lawrence (Board of Education Member).

Career Day at PHS!

Plainville High School recently hosted the 5th annual Career Day program for students. More than 40 speakers participated in the program including representatives from a variety of career fields such as engineering, law enforcement, culinary, medical and more. Many of the speakers were also alumni of Plainville Community Schools. The program was coordinated by Assistant Superintendent of Schools Steven LePage and the high school's Student Success Planning Committee.

Veterans Day In Plainville Community Schools

Students and staff across the school district honored veterans on Veterans Day, November 11th. A variety of programs were held throughout the day in each school.

PHS College Fair!

More than 100 colleges, universities, technical schools and branches of the military were in attendance at the Plainville High School College Fair held on October 28th!

Superintendent's Award Presentation

Twelve Plainville students received the Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents' (CAPSS) Superintendent / Student Recognition Award and Certificate of Excellence at the 29th annual Superintendent's Award Presentation held on October 28th during a luncheon at J. Timothy's Restaurant.

Pumpkin Time!

Students in the PHS Culinary Arts program recently carved and prepped pumpkins for the Plainville Pumpkin Festival. The PHS pumpkins will be donated to children attending the Pumpkin Festival event!

PHS Homecoming Festivities!

Plainville High School celebrated Homecoming during the first weekend in October with several activities including Float Parade featuring the following float themes: Halloween—Freshmen, Wizard of Oz—Sophomores, Pirates of the Caribbean—Juniors (winners of the float contest), and Disney Princesses—Seniors, varsity football game against Northwest Catholic, and the Homecoming Dance. The Homecoming Court featured fourth runners-up: Kaitlyn Butler and Will Anderson, third runners-up: Melissa Lux and Jonathan Olson, second runners-up: Jessica Masco and Cory Carlone, first runners-up: Erin Brochu and Dwight Burns, and Homecoming Queen and King: Kiya Broughton and Grant Sarra.

Upcoming Performances

PHS Performance: All My Sons
March 16-17, 7:30PM
March 18, 2:00PM
March 18, 7:30PM

Town Wide Band Concert
March 29, 7:00PM

Please click here for the entire 2016 - 2017 Performance Schedule

District Announcements
InfoSnap for 2016-2017 New Students Please Register Here

InfoSnap For Current Students
Please Register Here

Announcement from the CT Department of Public Health and Department of Energy and Environmental Protection

A survey of CT school facilities directors found that almost 90% reported finding non-green cleaners like bleach in the classroom and about 70% find them in other areas of the school. All teachers and other staff should have access to the general green cleaner used by the custodial staff. Reducing exposure to traditional cleaners is part of efforts to reduce asthma triggers in schools. The DPH and DEEP have produced a video to help inform the public of initiatives being taken to regulate the types of chemical cleaners used in schools. All staff, parents, and students are encouraged to view the video, and become more familiar with green cleaning in CT schools.

Wastebusters Green Cleaning Video

Additional questions and answers about green cleaning products can be found here, and teachers can use these resources for classroom discussions.

Plainville Pre-K Program

Plainville Schools' Preschool Program is enrolling soon for the 2017 school year! Please see the flyer below for more information.

Plainville Coalition Sponsors Underage Drinking Prevention Campaign

The Plainville Coalition for Positive Youth Development is joining cities and towns around the country by sponsoring a campaign to prevent underage drinking. This effort highlights the fact that it is illegal to allow consumption of alcohol by anyone under age 21, even in private homes. As part of the campaign the Coalition will be displaying lawn signs and other materials around town.

Please click here to listen to the public service announcement from the Coalition regarding this subject.

Turf Field Project

Click below for updated information about the turf field project at Plainville High School

Budget Development 2016-17

Plainville Board of Education Strategic Goals: Monitoring Our Progress
Please Click Here for more info

Fiscal Year 2016-2017 Budget Info
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District Calendars

2016-2017 PHS Calendar

2016-2017 District Calendar
And Explanation Page

2017-2018 District Calendar

School Schedule Information

Regular School Day Schedule
Elementary Schools: 8:50AM- 3:30PM

Middle School of Plainville: 8:00AM-2:45PM
Plainville High School: 7:30AM-2:10PM

Minimum School Day Schedule
Elementary Schools: 8:50AM-1:30PM

Middle School of Plainville:8:00AM-12:45PM
Plainville High School: 7:30AM-12:10PM

School Contact Information

Linden Street Elementary School
69 Linden Street

Louis Toffolon Elementary School
145 Northwest Drive
Phone: 860-793-3280

Frank T. Wheeler Elementary School
15 Cleveland Memorial Drive

Middle School of Plainville
150 Northwest Drive

Plainville High School
47 Robert Holcomb Way
Phone: 860-793-3220

Important Upcoming Dates

February 20 President's Day
February 17-21 Winter Recess
April 10-14 Spring Recess
April 14 Good Friday

Long Range Plan/Building Projects
Community Letter

Please click here to view the
Community Letter
for Fall 2016

Adult and Continuing Education

NEW! Spring 2017 Health Care Training Schedules!

Adult Education Spring Programs!


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Inclement Weather

In the event of inclement weather, the Plainville Community Schools may delay opening school 60 minutes, 90 minutes or 2 hours. The School Messenger automated messaging system is utilized to directly contact parents who have selected this option, in the event of weather-related closings or delays. In addition, area radio and television stations will broadcast appropriate announcements. These announcements will also be accessible on the Internet at Connecticut Weather Center’s

For more information, please refer to the School Cancellations and Delays page.

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