Located at the end of Spooner Street, Parkview School is the only Easton Elementary School located on the Easton…More Public Schools campus. The school is in view of Easton Middle School, H.H. Richardson School, F.L. Olmsted School and Oliver Ames High School.
The school has access to all of the recreational facilities on the campus, including basketball courts, tennis courts and a playground.
The school's principal is Christopher Getchell and the superintendent is Michael Green.
The Easton Police Station is located on Lothrop Street attached to the Fire Station, yards away from Oliver Ames High…More School and the Easton public school complex. The force is led by Police Chief Allen Krajcik who commands 32 officers trained to deal with all aspects of the law. The department also has two detectives and two school resource officers.
The Easton police Department works closely with the police at Stonehill College, the Bristol County Sheriffs Department and with the Massachusetts State Police.
Easton Public Schools 50 Oliver St, North Easton, MA02356 Superintendent Dr. Michael A. Green oversees seven schools within the district, including three elementary schools…More serving students in grades k-2, two schools serving students in grades 3-5, a middle school and a high school. Schools include Center School, Moreau School, Parkview School, F.L. Olmsted School, H.H. Richardson School, Easton Middle School, and Oliver Ames High School.
F. L. Olmsted School, named for the famous designer responsible for many of Easton's landscapes, is located…More between Oliver Ames High School and Easton Middle School in the Easton Public Schools complex. Serving grades 3-5, the school acts as an intermediate school between elementary school and middle school.
The school has the advantage of being surrounded by a number of public schools, therefore having access to all of the recreation facilities in the area, including basketball courts, tennis courts, numerous sports fields and a playground.
Dr. Gary Mazzola serves as the school's principal, and Dr. Michael A. Green is the superintendent.
H.H. Richardson School, connected to it's counterpart, F.L. Olmsted School, is named after famed architect Henry…More 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.
The Foundation for Excellence in Education in Easton 50 Oliver St, North Easton, MA02356 The Foundation for Excellence in Education in Easton (or FEEE) is a non profit organization working to provide…More programs and support for the students of the Easton Public Schools. The organization raises money to purchase technology equipment and systems and also to support teacher grants. Some past projects and programs have included iMac computers, server upgrades, storage devices, computer labs, interactive white boards and much more.
Southeastern Regional School District 250 Foundry St, South Easton, MA02375 Located on Foundry Street, Southeastern Regional School District is home to Southeastern Regional Vocational Technical…More High School, the public vocational school serving the towns of Brockton, East Bridgewater, Easton, Foxboro, Mansfield, Norton, Sharon, Stoughton and West Bridgewater. The school offers 21 career majors, in addition to the academic program of a traditional public high school. The district is led by Superintendent Louis Lopes, and the school administration is led by David Wheeler.
Located on Washington Street, Moreau Hall Elementary is one of just two Easton Public Schools not located at the…More Easton Public Schools complex on Lothrop Street. The other is Center School on Depot Street.
The school is one of three elementary schools serving grades K-2. The others are Center School and Parkview School. Moreau Hall is small, serving just more than 200 students. However, it does have recreational facilities, including a baseball field and a playground. The school's principal is Nick Botelho and the superintendent is Dr. Michael Green.