Sharon Driving School - Easton Branch 13 Elm Ct, North Easton, MA02356 The Easton branch of the Sharon Driving School offers private driving lessons, Saturday road test services and driver…More education classes.
Easton Girls Softball League 2 Cosma Rd, North Easton, MA02356 The Easton Girls Softball League is a recreational youth softball league offered by the Town of Easton. It offers…More structured teams and league play for girls of all skill levels in first grade through high school. The Easton Girls Softball League also has travel teams for different age groups up to 18 years.
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.
Easton Mini Market 675 Washington St, South Easton, MA02375 This convenience store is located at a gas station in Easton near the intersection of routes 123 and 138. It offers a…More wide selection of items, including cigarettes, lottery tickets, soda, water, candy, oil, ice and an ATM. Easton Mini Market also stocks school supplies, toiletries and puzzles and chess games.
Easton Country Day School 91 Center St, North Easton, MA02356 The Easton Country Day School is for nursery, pre-school, and kindergarden students. Each day consists of a morning and…More afternoon session for different groups of children. The school provides a lot of activities for the children, which encourage creativity, constructive learning, and social interaction.
Easton Historical Society 80 Mechanic St, North Easton, MA02356 True to its mission, the Easton Historical Society resides in a historic brick building that used to be the Old Colony…More Railroad Station in North Easton. The organization, led by president Deborah MacPhee, says its mission is to "preserve, promote and interpret the unique industrial, social, cultural, architectural and environmental history of the town." The society's headquarters features a small museum stocked with 19th century knickknacks, old Oliver Ames High School garb and other memories of Easton's past.
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.
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.
Located at the end of Columbus Avenue, next to Oliver Ames High School, H.H. Richardson School, F.L. Olmstead School…More and Parkview School, Easton Middle School houses all Easton students in grades 6, 7 and 8. It is the only other school in the district (besides Oliver Ames High School), where every student in the district attends. The building itself is the former Oliver Ames High School.
The school administration includes superintendent Dr. Michael Green, principal John Giuggio and vice principal Luke Carroll.
Easton Pediatric Dentistry 165 Belmont St, South Easton, MA02375 Easton Pediatric Dentistry offers dental services to children, adolescents and those with developmental disabilities.…More The practice is led by doctors Charlene Pirner and John Viveiros. Pirner received her dental degree from the Boston University School of Dental Medicine and Viveiros received his at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. For more information, please call the number provided.
Easton Braces 25 Belmont St, South Easton, MA02375 Easton Braces is an orthodontic practice led by Dr. Mark Halvorsen. Dr. Halvorsen received his dental degree from Tufts…More University School of Dental Medicine, and is an active member of the American Dental Association, American Association of Orthodontists, Northeast Society of Orthodontics and the Massachusetts Society of Orthodontics. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call the number provided.
Center School 388 Depot St, South Easton, MA02375 Located on the corner of Center Street and Depot Street on Route 123, Center School is one of three elementary schools…More serving Easton students in grades K-3. The school is surrounded by a small parking lot with a roundabout for buses. A small pond is located on the property. The school's principal is Debra A. DiCenso and the superintendent of schools is Dr. Michael A. Green.
Easton Learning Adventures Preschool 115 Main St, North Easton, MA02356 This preschool is located in a large office building in the historic downtown area of Easton. It's been around since…More 1993 and cares for 130 students each year. The school has separate programs bunched by age, from toddlers through pre-kindergarteners. Outside there is a large, fenced-in play area and the children receive specialized lessons depending on age and development.
Easton Eye Consultants 15 Roche Brothers Way, North Easton, MA02356 Easton Eye Consultants is an ophthalmology facility located in North Easton. The practice is led by Dr. Kambiz…More Negahban who graduated from the Boston University School of Medicine. The practice offers many eye care services including comprehensive eye exams, Lasik eye surgery, implantable contact lenses, cataract surgery and glaucoma surgery. For more information, please call the number provided.
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.
Easton Music School 130 Howard St, South Easton, MA02375 Easton Music School provides students of all skill levels with lessons in violin and piano and instruction in music…More theory, production technology and artistic development. Tuition can be paid in monthly installments and discounted rates are available. The school does not charge for vacations or excused absences such as sick days. Free consultations are provided in which individuals can discuss their music education goals with instructor Harris Shilakowsky.