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Latest News & Updates


  • EPSD Revised Bullying Prevention Plan Review and Survey (4/12/2019)
    Easthampton Families and Staff,
    Please review our draft of the revised Bully Prevention Plan and you may review and comment on the plan, by clicking on the survey link below, prior to our finalization of the document. This preview will be open until the April school vacation. The areas highlighted in yellow on the document are updates from the state’s model plan or additions recommended by the Attorney General’s Office. Highlights in blue represent adjustments we have added, and suggestions made by a joint district school council meeting held recently. Members of our school councils, which consist of parents, teachers and students provided great insight to make our plan better. I hope you will take a few minutes to review.
    Best, Allison LeClair, Superintendent


    Please Review Our EPSD “Bullying Prevention Plan” Below:

    Bullying Prevention Plan Easthampton

    Click Here to take the EPSD “Bullying Prevention Plan” Survey

    Your feedback is essential to this process and greatly appreciated!!


  • Easthampton Public Schools District Nurse Letter for Spring & Summer 2019 (4/12/2019)
  • PK-8 School Building Update (3/12/2019)
  • Smile MA Mobile Dental Program will be at the Easthampton Public Schools the week of April 22nd-26th. (3/11/2019)
    Smile Massachusetts School Announcement+


    Smile MA Parent Letter- Click Here To View

    Smile MA Application- Click Here To View


  • 2018 District Report Card Released (3/8/2019)


    To view the Massachusetts Department of Elementary And Secondary Education 2018 District Report Card for Easthampton Public Schools- Click Here


  • EHS Hockey Team wins Western Mass Division 3A Hockey Championship for a second year in a row!! (3/7/2019)
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    Photos: JERREY ROBERTS -
  • Easthampton Public Schools 2019-2020 Kindergarten Registration Information Night (3/6/2019)
  • Easthampton Public Schools is pleased to announce our selected Teachers, Christine Cleary, Martha Morgan and Brianna Capen-Parizo as the 2019 Excellence in Teaching Award Winners. (2/27/2019)
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    All three teachers will be honored at a banquet for Excellence in Teaching Award Winners at the Log Cabin in Holyoke on May 15, 2019. The program will feature a new and exciting awards presentation program that elevates and celebrates every winner. Each will receive an engraved plaque and a check for $500, along with generous tuition incentives and scholarships offered by six major colleges and universities in the region: Elms College, Bay Path University, Springfield College, Western New England University, Westfield State University, and, new in 2019, the University of Massachusetts.

    All of the winners will also receive membership at WGBY and access to thousands of digital education resources as well as generous 3-month memberships at the Springfield Jewish Community Center, the Springfield YMCA and five regional YMCAs, and other gifts.

    In addition, all 2019 winners are invited to apply for the selective Classroom Innovator Prize of $250 by submitting a project-based learning idea with up to 20 prizes will be given and on March 21, WGBY Springfield and WGBH Boston will offer a webinar to present and past award winners, led by national project-based-learning expert and author Suzie Boss.

    The Excellence in Teaching Awards program is made possible by the Harold Grinspoon Charitable Foundation in partnership with MassMutual and the Irene E. & George A. Davis Foundation. Said philanthropist Harold Grinspoon, “l am thrilled that by working together, we can honor well over a hundred talented local educators every spring — and proud that we have done so every year since 2003.”

    Other business and community support also comes from American International College, Arrha Credit Union, Country Bank, Meyers Brothers Kalicka, Monson Savings Bank, Staples, and the Big Y.

    For further information about the Excellence in Teaching Awards Program, contact Program Coordinator Michelle Roberts at


  • EHS Community Forum (2/10/2019)
  • Join Our Famillies!! (2/7/2019)
  • Help EHS’s We the People Compete in the National Championship in Washington DC (1/29/2019)
    EHS’s We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution along with our dedicated teacher, Ms. Kelley Brown won the We the People Mass. State Championship and our team will be traveling to Washington DC on April 26th-April 30th to compete in the National We the People Competition to represent Massachusetts for the 2nd year in a row!! This also means will we be doing some intense fundraising over the next couple months. If you would like to support our EHS We the People students in competing at this prestigious National event, we are hopeful in raising $30,000 in funds.
    To help us in reaching our goals, please visit our GoFundMe account by clicking on the link below:
    Donations can also go directly to the school by dropping it off or mailing it to the following:
    Easthampton High School
    c/o Kelley Brown, We The People
    70 Williston Avenue
    Easthampton, MA 01027


  • Tonight’s Community Forum at EHS: CANCELLED (1/29/2019)


    Tonight’s Community Forum at EHS has been cancelled due to the impending snow and subsequent slippery road conditions. We will reschedule the event soon. Thank you.


  • Edward M. Kennedy Institute Hosts EHS Students For Civic Education Contest (1/29/2019)
  • EHS We The People Citizen Constitution Massachusetts State Finals Winners!! (1/28/2019)
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  • Under the guidance of Kelly Brown, the We The People Class has won the state championship for the second year in a row!! (1/28/2019)

    Posted by Easthampton 01027 The Good News Page on Saturday, January 26, 2019

  • EHS Community Forum (1/24/2019)
  • Kindergarten Information Night 2019 (1/18/2019)
  • Strengthening Families Program (1/17/2019)

  • Welcome to 2019 and to our new website (1/1/2019)


    Welcome to 2019 and our new website.

    We hope that you find this website easier to navigate and more up to date.

    We’ve worked hard to re-organize the site, remove old links and only bring forward ones that are being used. We will continue to bring over content from the old site over the next few weeks. If we missed something that you need or you find a link that doesn’t work, or even just can’t find something; please let us know at


  • Nurse’s Winter Newsletter 2018-2019 (12/21/2018)