Brayton Elementary School will celebrate "Walk to School Day" on Tuesday, September 25th.
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The mission of the North Adams Public Schools is to help every child learn every day and empower all students to recognize and optimize their full potential.
Please click above to see the North Adams Public Schools Remote Learning Plan, including a summary for parents, and a summary for teachers. We've also included a video message from Superintendent Malkas.
Letter to families from the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (posted 4/1/2020).
Please see the attached letter to families from the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE). We have included English and Spanish versions here as provided by DESE. The letter addresses remote learning recommendations, as well as updates on a range of other matters related to the school closures. Please click the above link to read the letter.
The district will be launching a remote learning plan effective April 6th. All staff will be in contact with students as of that date through the google log-in that students have used in school. Families who do not have internet access can obtain free wifi for 3 months by contacting Spectrum. If you need to borrow a computing device because you do not have one, then please go to the link by clicking above and complete the online form or call 413-776-1458 to leave a message for Moty Nevo with your contact information. Thank you.
Please click above to see menus. Curbside grab and go meals are available daily from 11:00 am -12:00 noon, Monday through Friday at the following locations: Brayton Elementary School, Colegrove Park Elementary School, Mohawk Forest Apartments, Greylock Valley Apartments, and UNO Center Back Parking Lot. North Adams Public Schools is now able to offer Saturday and Sunday breakfast and lunch. Pick up your weekend meals on Fridays at each meal site.
Please click the above link to see the 3/25/2020 COVID-19 update from Superintendent Malkas, including information on the extension of school closures until May 4, 2020.