Squadron Line School
44 Squadron Line Rd., Simsbury, CT 06070
Phone: (860) 658-2251 | Fax: (860) 658-3627
Meg Evans, Principal
Stephen Matyczyk, Assistant Principal
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REGULAR OPENING & CLOSING TIME: 8:45–3:20
Children who do not ride the school bus should not arrive at school more than 15 minutes before scheduled opening of classes.
ALTERNATE CLOSING TIMES
EARLY DISMISSAL SCHOOL HOURS: (Professional Development, Elementary Report Card Conferences, day before Thanksgiving, and last day of school)
Elementary Early Dismissal Times: 12:00
Squadron Line: 12:30
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Squadron Line Elementary School is a place in which students, staff, administrators, parents/guardians, and the community of Simsbury work together in a supportive partnership. We act as a team to ensure that every child develops the skills necessary for life long learning in a positive, inclusive environment. We collaborate with stakeholders to ensure that our credo “We all SHINE at Squadron Line!” is a reality for all students.
The success of Squadron Line School is dependent upon the collaborative efforts of the entire school community. We recognize that success is maximized when there is active involvement from students, parents, guardians, teachers, administrators. By working together, we continually accomplish our goal of providing students with the experiences they need so that each child successfully achieves across the curriculum, in an environment characterized by respect, responsibility, kindness, and mutual support.