Wednesday October 4, 2017
49 N. Walker Street (Oakland Station)
Activities include: tour of the fire station, safety trailer, fire safety lessons & handouts, spraying the fire hose, meeting Sparky the firedog & much much more. All are welcome, bring the kids to learn about fire safety & meet real life firefighters!!!
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Thursday, 9/28 - Family Literacy Night 6:00-8:00pm
Tuesday, 10/3 PTT Meeting 3:34-4:45
Monday, 10/9 No School- Columbus Day
Wed, 10/11 Cookie Dough Orders Due
Friday, 10/13 Sports Day
Monday, 10/23 Picture Day
Tuesday, 10/24 Homeplate Fundraiser
Saturday, 10/28 Trunk or Treat
4:00-5:00 grades K and 1
5:30-6:30 grades 2-4
A National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence.
16 Monroe Street
Ms. Tara Gagnon, Principal
Mr. William Simpson, Assistant Principal
Kindergarten - Grade 4
Tier III 9:00 AM - 3:15 PM
A school named after a ship!
In 1633 Elizabeth Pole, founder of Taunton, sailed from England on the Speedwell along with two other ships, one of which was called the Hopewell. The Taunton neighborhood around Bay Street became known as "Hopewell" in honor of the early settlers’ ship. Hopewell School, a Renaissance revival building constructed in 1914, is on the National Register of Historical Places, and has proudly served generations of Taunton families. (Source: Taunton’s Hopewell School celebrates a century of learning, “Taunton Daily Gazette”, 2014.)
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