The Dawe Elementary School is located off Pine Street, but the entrance for the school's one-way access road is off…More Lowe Avenue. The Dawe School is one of five public elementary schools in Stoughton, and its current principal is David Barner.
The school serves students from kindergarten through fifth grade, with class sizes ranging from 17 to 24 students. The school also houses two Therapeutic Learning Center classrooms (TLC) and two Primary Adjustment Class classrooms (PAC). The TLC and PAC programs include students from across the Stoughton Public Schools district. The school grounds also include a blacktop playing surface, a playground and playing fields.
Visit the school's website to see the lunch menu, a calendar of upcoming events or to learn more about the Dawe School Parent Teacher Organization (PTO). There are also individual classroom websites that can be accessed via the school's main website.
Helen H. Hansen Elementary School 1800 Central St, Stoughton, MA02072 The Helen H. Hansen Elementary School is located on the corner of Central and West streets, at the foot of Chemung Hill.…More Home of the Hansen Hawks, Hansen is one of five public elementary schools in Stoughton. The principal is Faye Polillio. There is a playing field and a playground behind the school. Parents and students can visit the website to see the lunch menu and a calendar of upcoming events, or to learn more about the Hansen School Parent Teacher Organization (PTO). There are also individual classroom websites that can be accessed via the school's main page.
The administrative building for the Stoughton Public Schools is located on Pearl Street and is connected to…More Stoughton High School in a separate wing near the school's auditorium. The disctrict includes five elementary schools, a middle school, a high school, an early childhood center, as well as adult eductation programs. The current Superintendent of Schools is Dr. Marguerite Rizzi.
The administrative building houses the Superintendent of Schools (781-344-4000, x1232); the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction (781-344-4000, x1229); the Supervisor of Support Services (781-344-4000, x1227); the Administrator of Educational Technology (781-344-4000, x1236); and the Financial Coordinator (781-344-4000, x1228).
Home of the Sharks, South Elementary School is located off Ash Street and is one of five public elementary schools in…More town. The current principal is Maureen Mulvey.
With 264 students and 14 classrooms ranging from kindergarten through fifth grade, South School is the smallest of the five elementary schools in terms of student population. The school grounds also include playing fields, a playground and two blacktop playing areas.
Visit the school's website to see the lunch menu, a calendar of upcoming events or to learn more about the South School Parent Teacher Organization (PTO).
West Elementary School, located on Central Street near the District Court House, is one of five elementary schools in…More Stoughton. The principal is Brendan Dearborn.
The School has a diverse student population that hails from eighteen different countries, and more than 100 students whose second language is English. There are nineteen classroom teachers who are aided by a support staff of more than twenty.
The West School Athletic Complex is behind the School; it includes softball, baseball and open fields, a playground and a walking track.
Visit the School's website to see the lunch menu, a calendar of upcoming events or to learn more about the West School Parent Teacher Organization (PTO).
Dr. Robert G. O'Donnell Middle School 211 Cushing St, Stoughton, MA02072 The O'Donnell Middle School is the only middle school in town and named for longtime principal Dr. Robert O'Donnell, who…More served as principal from 1960-1991. The school is located on Cushing Street and is connected to the high school campus by an access road. The current principal is Wayne Hester, who oversees a student body of almost 900 and a faculty of approximately 100. Visit the school's website to see a lunch menu, view the many extra curricular activities available to students, learn more about the school's Parent Teacher Student Organization (PTSO) or visit a specific classroom website.