Staying Connected

May 14, 2021

Summer Learning Recharge Camp

Southwick-Tolland-Granville Regional School District is pleased to offer our rising first to sixth graders (current kindergarten to fifth grade) a chance to participate in an engaging summer learning environment. We have partnered with the National Inventors Hall of Fame's program, Camp Invention, to give our students an innovative experience with real-world challenges that lead children to practice empathy, build confidence, and persistence while becoming solution seekers. We will use Camp Invention's four modules to provide authentic, collaborative STEM experiences to foster 21st-century skills while embedding math, reading, and writing activities to build on students strengths. All these activities are sure to recharge our students' learning and get them ready for a successful school year.


Registration can be completed by clicking on the registration button below and availability is on a first come first serve basis. You will receive a confirmation email informing you of your student's acceptance to the camp. Further information will be communicated to you through email.


Dates: Tuesday- Thursday from August 3-19. (August 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19)


Hours: Parent Drop off 8:45-8:55

Parent Pick-up 3:15-3:25


Cost: FREE!


Location: STGRSD Campus (Building TBD)


Breakfast and Lunch will be served by the district's food service department. Transportation is not provided.

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On Tuesday, May 11, there was a virtual awards celebration honoring the amazing Excellence in Teaching Award winners from school districts in Western Hampden County. Rachel Garvey, a kindergarten teacher at Woodland was one of the recipients! Family and colleagues participated and expressed our excitement and congratulatory remarks through chat!
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Stars & Stripes Fun Run Moments

Thank you PAWS PTO for organizing the Stars & Stripes Fun Run event. The students had a wonderful time!


The pictures have been organized by remote classes and grade levels. Check them out in the buttons below!

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Sun Safety



As the weather becomes nicer and the children start spending more time outdoors, there are a few things that you can do to help protect them.

  1. Apply broad-spectrum sunscreen with a sunburn protection factor (SPF) of 30 or higher to all exposed skin at home. Please do not send sunscreen to school with your child. The teachers, students, and nurses are not allowed to apply sunscreen at school.

  1. Have your child wear a wide-brimmed hat or send one with them to school.

  1. Students will be allowed to wear sunglasses when outside if they have them at school.

If you have any questions about sun safety at school, please call us at 413-569-6598.

Lost and Found

Last chance to claim these belongings before going to donation. Please call the school if you can claim any of these items at 569-6598.
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