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Latest News & Updates

 

  • EHS We The People Wins State Championship 3rd Year in a Row!! (1/18/2020)

    
    
  • Maple School Grand Reveal of their All Ability Preschool Playground (1/16/2020)
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    Sincere gratitude to Dan Stern for spearheading and guiding the entire project from concept to completion; the Maple School Staff; the PTO and community members; Daniel Rist (CPA) ; the Finance Sub Committee members; Jamie Webb (Planning Department); Joseph Pipczynski and staff (DPW); Greg Nuttleman (Utilities Supervisor) and; Larry Carnes and Jason Potts (EPSD).
    
    
  • EPS New Principal Announcement (1/2/2020)

     

    Superintendent LeClair has appointed Dr. Pasquini-Torchia, Assistant Principal at White Brook Middle School as the new Principal for Center Pepin Elementary Schools. 

    Dr. Jill Pasquini-Torchia

    Principal 

    Center Pepin Elementary Schools 

    Prior to accepting her position as the Assistant Principal at White Brook Middle School for that she has been dedicated to for the last four years while perusing her Doctorate degree, she was an elementary Principal in South Hadley.  

    She is not only professionally dedicated, but also personally invested in the success of our school district as she is an Easthampton resident with children in our schools, one at White Brook Middle School and one at Center Pepin Elementary Schools.   

    Dr. Pasquini -Torchia is a known entity to many teachers and families, through her children and as an administrator at White Brook Middle School and is well respected with established rapports with our district administration and the Assistant Principal at the Center Pepin Elementary Schools, Andrea McCallum.  

    Dr. Pasquini-Torchia is an exceptional leader, has a strong background, and exceptionally qualified to steer the ship to forward, without skipping a beat at Center Pepin Elementary Schools and hope to appoint to a leadership role in our new PK-8 School. 

    
    
  • EPS 19-20 Updated School Calendar (1/2/2020)

     

    EPS 2019-2020 School Calendar- Click Here to View

     

    
    
  • EPS Substitute Teacher Opportunities (12/1/2019)

     

    Are you interested in becoming a substitute teacher? The Easthampton Public Schools are seeking substitutes for all levels. Do you have a day or two each week? Are you seeking a position with flexibility? Consider being a substitute teacher. Applications are available at the district office, located at 50 Payson Street, 2nd Floor. CORI and fingerprints are required.

    Please email scolby@epsd.us with questions.

    
    
  • EPS Public Release for Free & Reduced Priced Meals Update (11/6/2019)
  • EHS World Language Club Annual Craft Fair Benefit, This Saturday, October 26, 2019 (10/23/2019)

     

    
    
  • EPS Grateful for the Easthampton Learning Foundation’s Continued Support (10/10/2019)

     

    Thank-you to the Easthampton Learning Foundation for their continued support of the educators at Easthampton Public Schools.

    On Wednesday, Dr. LeClair received a check from the ELF Executive Committee members, Mr. Chuck McCullagh, Mr. Stanley Paulauskas, and Mr. Tom Brown.

    
    
  • Easthampton Public Schools Update (10/3/2019)

     

    The Easthampton Public Schools uses Anonymous Alerts that is accessible through our District website and is now available for download in the app store. Anonymous Alerts is a great tool to used to report any bullying or unsafe behavior in school. For more information about Anonymous Alerts by clicking on each of the links below:

    Accessible on our District Website:

    Available for free download in the app store:

     

  • EPS Elementary Schools Open Houses (9/16/2019)

     

    Easthampton Families

    Elementary Schools Open Houses

    Center Pepin and Maple Elementary Schools

    September 19, 2019

    6:00pm – 7:30pm

     

  • Superintendent Update (9/11/2019)

     

    Dear families,

    I wanted to share a letter the School Committee recently received. We are proud of the work our faculty and staff have embarked upon over the last two years, it has helped us grow and become a more reflective community. Addressing issues around race, diversity and equity are ongoing challenges that many communities face, and I applaud our staff for the work they have undertaken to make EHS a better school.

    Regards, Allison LeClair

    AG Letter 919

     

  • Easthampton Public Schools Update (8/30/2019)

    The 2019-2020 School year begins on

    Tuesday, September 3, 2019

     

  • School Building Update (8/30/2019)

     

    School Building Update:

    The final Bid process takes place in October.

    We hope to break ground on the new school in December 2019!

     

  • Easthampton Public Schools Social Media Communication (8/29/2019)

     

    As we head into the new school year you can see what is happening at your student’s school by following their Facebook pages.

    Here are links to the pages for the schools:

     

    Easthampton Public Schools

    Easthampton Public Schools Twitter Handle @EasthamptonPK12

    Center Pepin Elementary School

    Maple Elementary School 

    White Brook Middle School

    Easthampton High School Eagles

     

  • EPS 2019-2020 School Year (8/26/2019)
  • School Bus Routes (8/20/2019)
  • EHS NEASC Report (8/15/2019)

  • Congratulations to the 2019 ASMW Champions, Easthampton High School!! (6/30/2019)

    
    
  • Congratulations EHS Class of 2019!! (6/7/2019)

    
    
  • EHS Class of 2019 Senior Graduation Parade (6/5/2019)

    The annual Senior Graduation Parade is something they have been doing a few years in Easthampton. The graduating class picks up their cap and gowns and visit each elementary school the Middle School and the high school. it is a pretty fun thing to watch as the students are cheered on. Here is a little bit of what it is.

    Posted by Patrick Brough on Wednesday, June 5, 2019

    Easthampton Public Schools traditional Graduation Parade with EHS Class of 2019, in their cap and gowns, visiting each elementary school and the Middle School, where students and staff line the halls to cheer on our graduates for their accomplishments as past teachers and staff gave their well wishes for their futures endeavors.