Pre Kindergarten registrations prior to June 1st have been carefully reviewed. Phone calls will be made to parents informing them of the program that is available based on registration 1st and 2nd choices. Parents will then have to provide proof of residency, birth certificate and immunization record prior to July 15th for acceptance into Pre K. If you have any questions please email Jeff Ferranti at email@example.com and he will assist you in collaboration with Principal Mike Leander of the Athol Community Elementary School (ACES). There is no tuition charge for Pre-kindergarten. Full day program 830-305 with Wed ending at 1115. AM programs 830-1115. Pm program 1220-305 but no Wed. 2day AM program T-TH, 3day AM program M-W-F
Please note that transportation is not provided for Pre-K students unless required based on a student’s IEP (special education).
Registrations received after June 1st will be reviewed by August 1st after initial assignments are made. Registrations for children not yet three will be reviewed after their third birthday based on available seats.
Books to Read With Your Children
- Preschool – Kindergarten Summer Reading
- Grades 1 and 2 Summer Reading
- Grades 3 and 4 Summer Reading
- Grade 5 Summer Reading
Please join us any or all days at the following sites open to all children ages 0-18!
NEW! New Salem Library~ 23 S. Main St., New Salem
6/27/16 – 08/12/16 T-Th
Lunch: 12:00 12:30 ~ Afternoon Snack 3:00 3:15
NEW! Ralph C. Mahar Reg. School Cafe~ 507 S. Main St,. Orange0
6/27/16 – 08/12/16 ~ M-F
Breakfast: 8:00 9:00 ~ Lunch: 11:30 12:30
Pinecrest Apartments Community Room ~ 419 E. Main, Orange
06/27/16 - 08/12/16 ~ M-F
Breakfast: 8:30 9:00 ~ Lunch: 11:45 12:15
Athol High School Cafeteria~2363 Main Street, Athol
06/27/16 – 08/05/16 ~ M-F
Breakfast: 7:45 8:45 ~ Lunch: 11:30 12:15
Athol Public Library~ 568 Main Street, Athol
06/27/16 – 08/05/16 ~ M-F
Lunch Only: 11:30 12:00 in the program room
Cottage Street Apartments~198 Harrington Street, Athol
07/11/16 – 08/12/16 ~ M-F
Breakfast: 8:30 9:00 ~ Lunch: 11:30 12:00
Silver Lake Pavilion on the lake~ Lake Street, Athol
06/27/16 08/05/16 ~ M-F
NO BREAKFAST LUNCH ONLY: 11:30 12:15
Salvation Army~ 107 Ridge Ave., Athol
06/27/16 08/12/16 ~ M-F
Breakfast: 8:30 9:00 Lunch: 11:30 12:00
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD a printable flyer to keep on your fridge for easy reference of locations available. We hope to see you there!
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All highlights are from the River Rat Race events from April, 9,2016 in Athol, MA as photographed and posted by Mitch Grosky and shared on Celebrating Education in Athol-Royalston facebook page. Click here to see more!
The Athol-Royalston Regional School District serves over 1700 students in the North Quabbin region of Massachusetts. We are committed to providing a challenging educational experience that inspires students to acquire the knowledge and skills to become responsible citizens in the global community.
The Athol-Royalston Regional School District in partnership with the community provides a safe, innovative, and vibrant learning environment for all students. We foster academic excellence by implementing best practices, improving facilities, appreciating diversity, and requiring accountability. Our graduates are life-long learners and discerning users of technology who exercise social and civic responsibility and adapt to an ever-changing world.
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