Parents signing up for email notifications from the Sudbury Public Schools should register their email addresses in the iParent parent portal. Starting August 1, 2013, the district's email lists will be populated using addresses from iParent exclusively. Updates entered into iParent will be folded into the email lists periodically during the year.
Noyes is a dynamic community of teacher and learners which invites and needs your involvement. Whatever your interest - instruction, technology, library, governance, planning special events, chaperoning trips, gardening, fund raising, improving the building or playground, recycling, enhancing school safety, substituting in classrooms, art and music - there is a niche for you here. There is a synergy here of parent, staff and students, unlike any you may have experienced elsewhere, which propels us forward.
Grades PreK to 5
280 Old Sudbury Road, Sudbury, MA 01776Directions
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Noyes Staff Directory/WebsitesSchool ProfileNoyes Parent Teacher OrganizationBus Routes Noyes Parent Handbook, 2014-2015Whitsons - Lunch Menus
DESE Report Card Parent/Guardian Letter - Noyes
Noyes DESE Report Card - 2013
Peter Noyes Parent Survey Results - February 2013
PIP Packet ("First Day Packet")
Hours: 8:55 am - 3:25 pm Early Dismissal: 8:55 am - 12:45 pm Half Day Kindergarten: 8:55 am - 11:40 am
The Peter Noyes School Community prides itself on cultivating positive student behavior through the promotion of strong connections among students and adults. Through a collaborative effort with parents, teachers and students, we have developed a school-wide Behavior Thermometer. The attached Behavior Rubric outlines both pro-social behavior we expect (green), as well as behaviors that violate our expectations (yellow, orange and red). The consequence chart ensures that children know exactly what will occur if they engage in aggressive or unkind behaviors. We believe that strong connections and clear expectations enhance student success.
Behavior Rubric Document
Students at the Peter Noyes School will strive to reach their highest individual academic potential. They will become readers, writers, communicators - mathematically, scientifically and technologically able. Students will gain a facility for and appreciation of the arts. They will be able to think, problem solve, question and take intellectual risks. Students will be able to learn both independently and cooperatively. Students will emerge as curious, confident, life-long learners.
Students will develop certain attitudes, as well. These include:
To achieve these outcomes, certain conditions for learning will be established and sustained. Students will feel a sense of safety and belonging and that they are part of a caring community. Teachers will recognize that there are many ways to learn and that they need to teach to different modalities and intelligences. Teachers, moreover, will strive to establish a spirit of collegiality marked by sharing, mutual support, continual learning and a commitment to working, as a faculty, on common goals, as well as individual growth.
Parents and teachers will work together toward achieving a partnership characterized by mutual respect, collaboration, sharing and communication. Parents and staff at the Peter Noyes School will be committed to developing such a learning environment by providing students with opportunities and by setting examples at home, in school and in the community.
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Nov 03 2014 7:00 pm - 9:00 pmSEPAC Workshop: Basic Rights in Special Education (Speaker: Federation for Children with Special Needs)
Nov 05 2014Early Release Day- P/T Conferences
Nov 05 2014SPS Early Release Day - Parent Conferences
Nov 05 2014 1:30 pm - 3:30 pmEarly Release Day- Parent Conferences
Nov 05 2014 7:30 pm - 11:30 pmSchool Committee Mtg
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