275 BLUEBERRY HILL ROAD | LONGMEADOW | MASSACHUSETTS | 01106 P 413-565-4280 | F 413-565-4283

“Our mission is to ensure that all students excel in learning, succeed in life, and enrich our community.”

"All students, regardless of race, color, sex, gender identity, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or homelessness, have equal access to the general education program and the full range of any occupational or vocational programs offered by the district."


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School Announcements

Catch the Spirit, We Got Spirit

Posted February 8, 2019

Next Week is BHS Spirit Week!




Thursday is HAT DAY


Blueberry Hill School's Monthly Social-Emotional Theme

Posted February 4, 2019

February’s monthly theme is Problem Solving. Students will learn the acronym STEP to better help them remember what to do when a problem arises: S- say the problem, T- think of solutions, E- explore the consequences (what could happen if….), and P- pick the best solution. It is always much easier to solve problems when we are feeling calm.

Time is Almost Running Out on the BHS Box Top Challenge

Posted February 8, 2019

Principal Bostian is CHALLENGING ALL BLUEBERRIES to reach our goal of 3,000 Box Tops. And she is so determined that she's willing to do some pretty crazy things! You won't believe it! The students will choose what Principal Bostian will do if we meet the goal!

Make sure to turn your clipped Box Tops into your teacher or to the bin located in the front office no later than February 8, 2019 Send any questions by email.

Posted January 23, 2019

The mission of TIES is to offer an opportunity for students and teachers to showcase projects they have completed in class and incorporate various technologies. Projects that provide students with the opportunity to think creatively, investigate subjects in depth, expand technology skills and hone presentation techniques.

More information.

Kindness Rocks at Blueberry Hill

Posted December 21, 2018

Please bring in medium sized rocks (ones that could be written or painted on, no bigger than the palm of your hand) so your child can write kind phrases, kind words or kind pictures on them. These will be placed throughout the school. Our goal is to make other kids feel welcome and to make people feel better and spread happiness! Rocks will be collected in the main office.

Always remember, Kindness Counts!

Please bring them in beginning January 2, 2019.

Useful Resources

Blueberry Hill School Improvement Plan

Posted November 28, 2018

At Blueberry Hill Elementary School, we believe that every child can and will succeed. Through our District vision of “Eyes on the child, learning”, we strive to create an environment that values the individual needs of each student. By creating a caring, creative, and safe learning environment, we promote confidence in our students to reach their highest academic, social and emotional potential.

To read the 2018-19 BHS School Improvement Plan, click here.

To see a listing of School Council Committee members, click here.

DESE Report Card for Blueberry Hill School

Click Here for the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 2018 for Blueberry Hill.

Results of the Fifth Grade Climate Survey Pilot 2017

Click to view the results of the Blueberry Hill 5th Grade Climate Survey.

Occasionally, Longmeadow educators and administrators photograph or video students to enhance the classroom learning experience and celebrate children's achievements. Pursuant to law, we will not release photographs or video without prior consent from you as parent or guardian.

Please click on the link and complete the form. One form per child.

Massachusetts DESE Report Card

We are pleased to enclose an overview of our school’s “report card”. Report cards answer important questions about a school's overall performance and contain specific information about student enrollment and teacher qualifications, student achievement, accountability, how a school is performing relative to other schools in the district and the state, and the progress made toward narrowing proficiency gaps for different groups of students.