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).
Open since 1962, the Stoughton District Court is located on Central Street beside the West Elementary School. There…More is a staff of about 50 at the court, including the presiding judge, the Honorable Richard D. Savignano, as well as three clerk magistrates. The court deals with criminal cases, as well as cases dealing with motor vehicle, civil, small claims and mental health issues. There is also a probation department.
The court serves the towns of Stoughton, Avon, Canton and Sharon. It is located less less than a mile from the Stoughton Commuter Rail station, making it easily accessible via public transportation.
The Peter B. Looney Athletic Complex is located at 232 Pearl Street on the Stoughton High School campus. The atheltic…More complex is also accessible via the access road the connects the high school and the O'Donnell Middle School.
This athletic complex, along with the West School Athletic Complex, is the primary home for many of the fall and spring Stoughton High athletic teams. The complex includes a paved track, an open field within the track, tennis courts and an outdoor basketball court. But the centerpiece of the complex is the Anthony L. Sarno, Jr. Football Field, home of the Stoughton High Black Knights football team.
The complex is also open to the public for recreational use and parking is available at the high school.
Home of the Gibbons Griffins, the Gibbons Elementary School is located on Morton Street and is one of five public…More elementary schools in Stoughton. The current principal is Lynne Jardin.
The school serves students from kindergarten through fifth grade, with class sizes ranging from 16 to 26 students. Gibbons also houses the Intermediate Adjustment Class, which includes students from across the Stoughton Public Schools district. The Gibbons facility includes a playground, outdoor basketball courts and playing fields.
Visit the school's website to see the lunch menu, a calendar of upcoming events or to learn more about the Gibbons Parent Teacher Association (PTA).
Charms Collaborative 710 Turnpike St, Stoughton, MA02072 The regional education facility has been educating children since 1975. Currently, it serves children and adolescents…More attending South Shore public-school systems, including Canton, Stoughton and Sharon. It provides mainstream programs and services for children with learning disabilities and cognitive delays, including autism, mental retardation and sensory impairments.
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.