BLUEBERRY HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
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."
8:30 AM - 2:45 PM
TO REPORT AN ABSENCE
PLEASE CALL 413-565-4280
8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Our Biking School Bus with Author Christina Uss!
Posted on October 5, 2018
Thank you to all who came out today to ride to school!
Christina Uss will spent the morning with us and met with third, fourth and fifth graders during library class to present: Geography and Storytelling with Bicycling!
We look forward to enjoying her book The Adventures of a Girl Called Bicycle.
Thanks to BHS PTO and Moira Joyce for organizing this wonderful event!
Posted on October 5, 2018
Look who showed up this morning!
Go Red Sox!!
Thanks Mrs. Joyal!
Save the Date - BOO-Berry Bash!
Posted on October 4, 2018
Who: Blueberry families
When: Friday, October 26, 2018, 6:00-7:30
Where: Blueberry Hill School
Cost: 1 non-perishable item per person
Please consider volunteering to make this events a smashing SUCCESS.
Blueberry Hill Teachers Recognized at LEEF Awards Ceremony
Posted on September 26, 2018
Five Blueberry teachers were awarded LEEF grants at a ceremony at Longmeadow High School on Tuesday, September 25th. Their exciting and innovative projects ranged from word study to instrumental music to community gardening and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math). The following teachers were awarded LEEF grants for 2018:
Michelle Hanson and Anne Linehan - Growing Community and Achievement in our Courtyard Garden
Elizabeth Renola - Blueberry Hill Scholars: Word Scientists
Lucy Shrenker - Smart Music Subscription for Instrumental Music
Silvia Scott (not pictured) - littleBits STEAM education class pack
Posted on September 26, 2018
The Homework Guiding Principles Website contains materials for both parents and teachers. The site includes study tips, ideas for reading at home, book lists, math fluency activities and much more!
The site is arranged by grade level and subject areas correlating with the Guiding Principles. Please take a moment to visit and gain ideas for ways that you can discuss books with your child, practice math facts, and even study together!
Posted on September 21, 2018
Mark your calendars! The Longmeadow Public Schools' Special Programs Committee is pleased to
announce the schedule for this year's speaker series! Annually, the Special Programs Committee
invites distinguished speakers or panelists to Longmeadow to discuss how we can support the healthy
growth and development of young people! We hope you can attend!
Posted on September 16, 2018
We are settling in beautifully to our new school year. Our social and emotional curriculum is based on five tenets: cooperation, assertion, responsibility, empathy and self-control.
Learn more about our Social and Emotional Curriculum.
Posted September 7, 2018
PK-8 Media Release Form
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.
Amy Bostian, Principal
Massachusetts DESE Report Card
Posted January 16, 2018
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.
"Safe Routes" Community
posted Sept. 12, 2017
The Longmeadow Police Department would like to remind parents who have children that walk or ride their bicycles to our elementary and middle schools that Longmeadow is a “Safe Routes” Community. There are twenty three crossing guards strategically positioned at high traffic intersections and crosswalks to ensure your children arrive to school safely and return home safely. We encourage parents to remind their children to cross where there is a crossing guard, to heed the instructions of the crossing guard, and for those who ride their bicycles, wear a helmet. (Required by law 16 and under must wear a helmet)
Last school year, Blueberry Hill School was awarded the “Gold Level Award” for their part in the Massachusetts Safe Routes School Program (SRTS). The Longmeadow Police Department has been working with SRTS and the Principals from each Longmeadow elementary and middle schools to make all the elementary and middle schools a “Gold Level Award” winner.
On October 4th, 2017, the Longmeadow will be participating in International Walk to School Day (iWalk). Members of the Longmeadow Police Department will be walking with elementary school children from Center School, Blueberry Hill School, and Wolf Swamp Road School. This nationwide event allows the Longmeadow Police Department to build a relationship with the children with the focus on demonstrating the importance of pedestrian and bicycle safety.