Our Mission Dennett Elementary School is committed to providing a challenging curriculum to meet the needs of all students in a safe, accepting, and nurturing setting. Our goal is to assist each student in the attainment of his/her full social, cognitive, physical, and cultural potential. We believe in a three way partnership among school, parents, and community.
Student Handbook Update- The Civil Rights coordinator and contacts have been updated and the discipline procedures have been revised in the Student Handbook. Please click here for the latest handbook.
2020 MCAS Calendar - Please click on this link for the Grades 3-6 Spring 2020 MCAS schedule.
Raptor Security System - We have added another layer of security to our school. Upon entering the building, guests are asked to have their Driver's License scanned by our new Raptor system. This device will print an ID badge so that we know who is in the building at all times. Please remember to bring your license with you whenever you come into the building.
2019-20 Bus Routes - Click here for the 2019-20 bus routes. Please check this list periodically as bus routes are subject to change.
Dennett Report Card - Each year, each public school and school district in Massachusetts receives a report card. The report card includes multiple measures of our school's performance by providing information on student achievement, teacher qualifications, student learning opportunities and more. Please click here to view our report card.
Docent Art Volunteers Needed - Please consider volunteering to be a Docent Art Volunteer. Click here for a notice on how this program works and how easy it is to volunteer once a month.
No School Announcements - Announcements are broadcast on WHDH (Channel 7), WCVB (Channel 5), WBZ (Channel 4), WFXT (Channel 25), NECN (Channel 6 or 13), WATD (95.9 FM) and WBZ (1030 AM).
Lunch Accounts - Please make sure that your child's lunch account is up to date.
Student Safety: All schools in the Silver Lake Regional School District including Halifax, Kingston and Plympton use the A.L.I.C.E. protocols. All staff have received training and we practice evacuation and safety drills with our students and staff. We use age appropriate language and processes depending on the age of the students. We are very fortunate to have an excellent working relationship with all our local law enforcement agencies as well as fire departments and work closely with them on our safety protocols and drills. Here is a link to the A.L.I.C.E. website that has some excellent resources and videos https://www.alicetraining.com/our-program/alice-training/k12-education The safety and security of our students and staff is always our primary concern.