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Principal's Message

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June 2020
 
Dear Clayville Families,
 
Thank you for an enjoyable and memorable school year, despite the many unique challenges presented by Covid-19. Clayville students have excelled in many ways thanks to their supportive community. These achievements include academic studies, STEAM, teamwork, giving back to the community, and now virtual learning! On behalf of the Clayville staff, THANK YOU to our Clayville parents who truly became our teaching partners this year. Distance Learning would not have been possible or successful without your support.

Our PTO went above and beyond to ensure students were afforded rich experiences that extend beyond the school day. These enriching opportunities would also not be possible without our incredibly dedicated staff. Their devotion to our students inspires me daily. A final shout out to our students; thank you for your constant hard work and fun-loving personalities. You make us all proud to be Wildcats!
 
I realize we are ending the school year with much uncertainty and in a way none of us anticipated. I'm proud to say our community made the best of a challenging situation. Plans and guidelines for the 2020-2021 school year will be communicated with all families over the summer as more information becomes available. The School Re-Opening Task Force is under construction to address the community, safety, wellness, governance, instruction, school operations, and technology elements that we'll need to prepare for in planning. We appreciate your support and understanding.
 
Best wishes to our fifth graders moving on to middle school. We will miss you very much! I look forward to welcoming the rest of you back to a new and exciting academic school year. I hope you have a wonderful summer!
 
Proudly,
Mrs. Francis

Who We Are:

Clayville is a Prek-5 school that embodies the tight-knit, impassioned, and sincere values of its families. At Clayville, we celebrate the traditions of the past, while also embracing the challenges of the future.

Mission:

The mission of the Clayville Elementary School Community is to provide all students with the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve high academic standards while encouraging curiosity, promoting responsibility, and building character in a nurturing learning environment.

Our Core Values:

Our staff is committed to providing outstanding educational opportunities in a safe and nurturing environment. We also remain dedicated to teaching and modeling our belief and value system guided by our 6 Core Values; Respect, Inclusion, Caring, Honesty, Effort, and Responsibility

Upcoming Events

Recent News

Food pick up at Scituate High School

**PLEASE NOTE THE REVISED DATE** Due to low participation, food pick up will no longer be available at Scituate High School as of July 1, 2020 To see a list of participating lunch sites in Rhode Island, please go to https://health.ri.gov/diseases/ncov2019/about/foodsites/

The Town of Scituate is hosting a drive thru food distribution

The Town of Scituate is hosting a drive thru food distribution Wednesday July 1, 2020 between 11-3pm at GENERATIONS AT CHOPMIST HILL INN, SCITUATE SENIOR CENTER located at 1315 Chopmist Hill Rd North Scituate. The point of distribution is open to all Scituate resident of any age. Food items are available at no charge to include: Family meal boxes, Children specific meal boxes, Elderly meals and perishable and non-perishable items. RAIN or SHINE

At a Glance

  • 7.1:1 Student to Teacher Ratio
  • 100% RICAS participation rate
  • 3 out of 3 score for growth in math
  • 72 English Proficiency Index
  • 79% of faculty have 3+ years teaching experience
  • 95% of students feel like there is an adult at school they can talk to
  • 88% of students say their teacher encourages them to do their best
  • 4.7% Teacher Absenteeism
  • 84% of students think their school is a positive place
  • 88% of students said their teachers are excited to teach
  • 85% of students say their teachers have high expectations of them

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