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Welcome back! The start of a new school year brings many opportunities and many changes. Teachers hone their craft; they try new lessons, implement new strategies, and introduce new materials and resources. Parents set the stage; they get their children back into a schedule, help them ease into a new school or adjust to having a new teacher, and even tackle milestones such as starting kindergarten, entering high school, or packing up for college. Administrators get things going; they have been working all summer to prepare buildings, order supplies, and hire staff. It is surely an exciting and exhilarating time for everyone.

For students, a new school year brings with it the precious opportunity to “start fresh.” Even if the prior school year was their most successful yet, every grade provides new and exciting challenges. Whether a child or young adult wants to reinvent their personal style, explore a new sport or activity, get better grades, or throw themselves into a passion project, school offers limitless possibilities for them to pursue their dreams in a safe, nurturing environment that allows them to take risks, struggle or fail, and pick themselves up, being better for the experience.

As Easton’s new Superintendent, I want to assure you that the loving and tolerant environment that has always been enjoyed in Easton will continue to be our highest priority. I’d like to remind us all of the Core Values by which all decisions, great and small, are made in EPS. They are Academic Excellence and Equity for All, Cooperative and Caring Relationships, Respecting and Valuing Diversity, and Commitment to Community. As you can see, every one of these values is predicated on the notion that we are all equally viewed, valued, and embraced. Clearly we are facing some turbulent times in our nation and in our world. It is up to us as parents, educators, and community members to work together to serve as the models of the civility, social justice, and respectful discourse that we wish each of our own children to emulate and enjoy.

I assure you that these Core Values will be at the forefront of all we do in the Easton Public Schools so that every child can enjoy their “fresh start.” I am thrilled to be part of this extraordinary learning community, and I thank you for your continued support in making the Easton Public Schools the world class school system it is today. Please let me know how I can be of assistance throughout the school year. I look forward to working with each of you to make all of our children’s dreams come true.

Most Sincerely,
Dr. Lisha Cabral
Superintendent of Schools

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Town of Easton and School Committee 'Minutes on Demand'

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Other Announcements

Presentations to the School Committee on December 7th:

MCAS Assessment & Accountability Results Spring 2017

Oliver Ames High School 2017 MCAS Analysis

Easton Middle School & Richardson Olmsted School MCAS Presentation

Central Administration fills van with donations

for the Easton Food Pantry

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Thanks everyone for their generous donations!!!


Congratulations to the 

students inducted into the

National Honor Society

National Honor Society Induction


Many thanks to Ms. Holt and Ms. Sweeney for a beautiful ceremony!

Easton Middle School's

Student of the Month

Parade Float in the 

Easton Lions Holiday Festival 

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Many thanks to Jake Pruitt aka "The Tiger"!!

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FEEE Volleyball Tournament

Congrats to all who participated!!!

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Congrats to the Oliver Ames Boys Soccer Team

for an amazing season!!!!

Moreau Hall School


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Nice Job Julianna!

Flexible Seating in Grade 5

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Center School Family Veterans

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Thank you to 

Easton Wings of Hope

for the generous donation

for the purpose of developing,

interpreting and reporting

on the upcoming Youth Survey

for the middle and high school students

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Easton votes in favor of

appropriation of 1 million dollars

for the Feasibility Study

for the MSBA

Center School project

click here to read the article in the Journal

Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA)

invited Easton into the Eligibility Phase

for possibly construction to Center School

Please click here to read some Frequently Asked Questions

School Planning Committee

Information about the Center School Feasibility Study

  • The Easton School District is currently in the Eligibility phase for the Center School Building Project through the Massachusetts School Building Authority.  This is the first phase of a multi-year process to secure MSBA funding for a School Building Project.
  • The condition of Easton’s three primary schools continues to deteriorate.   The buildings themselves are old, in need of serious repairs, and do not meet the demanding program requirements of a twenty-first century education.
  • The invitation to participate in the MSBA program is an extraordinary opportunity for our community.  The ability to secure millions of dollars in funding from the State for such a large capital project reduces the cost burden on Easton’s taxpayers.  Since 2011, Easton has submitted a Statement of Interest for each of our primary schools to the MSBA.  This was the first year any of the schools was invited to participate in the Eligibility Phase of the process.
  • The MSBA rules allowed Easton to identify two building design options and two site options:
    •  Building Design Options
      • Center School design which will meet the educational needs of the projected Center School population
      • District-wide design which will meet the educational needs of the projected entire town-wide pre-K through 2 population
    • Site Options
      • Current Center School property
      • Current Parkview School property
  • In May of 2017, Town Meeting transferred $1 million dollars from the Avalon Bay mitigation payments to capital stabilization funds with the intent of accessing these funds for the feasibility study before us this fall.
  • The Board of Selectmen, the School Committee, the Finance Committee, and the Budget Subcommittee all support using the Avalon mitigation money for school based projects.  
  • The $1 million dollars will fund the feasibility study and schematic design phase for the Center School Project. 
  • This funding will allow the Town to: form the Project Team, document our educational program, develop and evaluate alternative design solutions, submit a preliminary design program to the MSBA, and develop a final design program and schematic design which will delineate the scope, budget and schedule of the proposed project.    

Congratulations to School Committee member, Caroline O'Neill

for her Lifetime Achievement Award

presented at the MASC MASS Joint Conference

on November 3rd

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Congratulations to the Oliver Ames High School

Marching Band and the Color Guard 

for 2nd Place in the New England Championship!!!

The Marching Band was also awarded the 

espirit de Corp award presented by the 

US Marine Corps!!

A big "THANK YOU" to 

Shaw's in Easton 

for their generous donation to

the Easton Public Schools!!

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shaws ribbon cutting

Congratulations on the Grand Re-Opening of 

Shaw's in Easton!

Welcome to the Professional Status Family!!

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Senior Project Night Presentation at Oliver Ames High School

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Chris Getchell, Principal of Parkview Elementary School,

recipient of this year's 

Thomas C. Passios Outstanding Principal Award,

in Washington DC  representing Massachusetts
in the National Distinguished Principal Program

Congrats Mr. Getchell!!

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Raptor Technologies Frequently Asked Questions

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2017-2018 School Improvement Plans

as approved by the School Committee

Oliver Ames High School

Easton Middle School

Richardson Olmsted School

Center, Moreau Hall and Parkview Schools

Easton Public Schools

2018 School Budget

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Residency Forms: click here

Click here for FEEE Meetings