News From Across GMRSD

  We are excited to invite all of our families whose children attend the Gill-Montague Regional School District Schools to attend a Community Resource Fair at Turners Falls High School Cafeteria Thursday, December 5th 5:30-7:30pm. There will be representatives from a variety of local organizations and programs that can offer information to families about anything from housing to health and more!!! We’ll also provide dinner -- bring your kids and your appetite!   For questions, please contact Stacey Langknecht, Family Engagement Coordinator, at 863-...
Resource Fair for GMRSD Families!!! We are excited to invite all of our families whose children attend the Gill-Montague Regional School District Schools to attend a Community Resource Fair at Turners Falls High School Cafeteria Thursday, December 5th 5:30-7:30pm. There will be representatives from a variety of local organizations and programs that can offer information to families about anything from housing to health and more!!! We’ll also provide dinner -- bring your kids and your appetite!   For questions, please contact Stacey Langknecht, Family...
Hillcrest Elementary School Friday News November 1, 2019 Dear Hillcrest Families, Happy November! As we move into this new month, many of us are thinking about an important November tradition -- Parent-Teacher Conferences! Next week, on Thursday, November 7th and Friday, November 8th, we will be holding these essential family meetings.  Our teachers invest considerable time and care into preparing for conferences as they want to provide you with a complete picture of your child’s school experience. And, in turn, they are eager to hear from you about your hopes and...
Happy Halloween!  There is no afterschool today. With the Cold and Flu season upon us, please remember the following: Please keep your child home if they have the following: vomiting, diarrhea, fever of 100 degrees or hight, coughing excessively, strep throat. “Your child must be treated with antibiotics for 24 hours before returning to school.  Eye systems such as redness, discharge, itching, etc. “Your child should be evaluated by a medical provider to rule out ‘pink eye’. If it is a confirmed case of pink eye, keep your child home until they have been treated for 24...

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