H.H. Richardson School
H.H. Richardson School, connected to it's counterpart, F.L. Olmsted School, is named after famed architect Henry Hobson Richardson -- the architect of many of Easton's famous buildings such as the Ames Free Library and Oak Ames Memorial Hall.
The school is located in-between Oliver Ames High School and Easton Middle School, and it serves as an intermediate school for students in grades 3-5 transitioning from elementary school to middle school. As it is located on the Easton Public Schools complex, students have access to the many recreational facilities such as basketball courts, tennis courts, many sports fields and a playground.
Donna J. Tobin serves as the school's principal, and Dr. Michael Green is the superintendent.
- Fax: 508-230-3066
- Hours: Mon - Fri, 8:45am - 2:45pm
- Handicap Accessible: Ramp in front of building
- Founding Date: 1998
- Number of students: 493
- Male-to-female ratio: 1:1
- Public/Private: Public
- Financial aid: Yes
- Religious affiliation: None
- Accreditation/licenses: This school is accredited by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
- Student-to-teacher ratio: 16:1
- Parking: Free lot
- Number of faculty: 30.7
- Grade levels: 3-5
- Special education: Yes
- Uniforms: No
- Features: Computer lab, Infirmary, Library, Sports facilities