Wrentham Elementary Core Values
Respect * Communication * Collaboration * Responsibility * Continuous Growth and Learning
Wrentham Public Schools is a Pre-K through Grade 6 school system with two main buildings on a campus near the town center. Grades Pre-K through three are in the Delaney School, which includes the Janelli Annex. Grades four through six are in the Roderick School. The Vogel Building, built in 1935, is home to several subject specialists' classrooms and offices.
The school has around 1,100 enrolled students and 80 teachers.
The District Office (Janelli Annex Office) is where you find the Superintendent's Office and the Business Office.
- Process payroll, bills and school purchasing
- Serve as the human resources department
- Manage tuition and fee collection through FACTS Management
- Make Facility Use reservations and process CORI requests
- Serve students and families in grades two and three
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Student Hours are 8:20am-2:45pm (See: Attendance)
School Year Office Hours are 7:45am-3:30pm
Summer Office Hours are 9:00am-3:00pm
Students' Days Off: PDF Calendar
Freedom of Information Contact
Please direct requests for student records or other information to Laurie Dumas, Assistant to the Superintendent, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 508-384-5430 X4000.
Cancellations and Delays
Whenever inclement weather is forecast, the Superintendent communicates directly with the Wrentham Police Department, the Wrentham Department of Public Works, the bus company, and the area superintendents to obtain information on the conditions of roads and sidewalks in the town and area.
Safety is always the central issue in the cancellation, delayed opening, or early dismissal of school. If any parent is concerned about the safety of their children on any day school is in session, that parent may choose to keep their children home.
When the Superintendent cancels school, local radio and television stations will be notified. Parents may tune into channels WBZ 4 or Fox on their televisions or channel 1030 AM on their radio.
The Blackboard Connect System will also be used to notify parents of school cancellations.
District Report Cards
Information required by the federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) is reported by the district throughout the school year. The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education creates report cards using this data to provide answers parents may have about a school's performance. The page listed below includes links to the district and school-level report cards for the Wrentham Public Elementary Schools.
District Report Cards
Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment
• Literacy and mathematic teams will revise and improve curricula through curriculum review and data analysis
• Conduct a program audit of Enrichment/Gifted and Talented to maximize student learning opportunities
• Implement revised mentor program
• Develop and implement a new supervision and evaluation system for teachers
• Implement Open Circle curriculum to target social competency
• Conduct pre/post assessments of students receiving Title One services
Teacher and Administration Quality
• Expand professional development to include formal teacher reflection, professional book groups, and peer observation
Student Support Programs and Services
• Reaccreditation of our preschool program
• Evaluate the effectiveness of our Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) program
• Assess Wellness Policy implementation
Leadership and Governance
• Expand school council to represent both Roderick and Delaney
• Revise and create school committee policies as needed
Business and Financial Management
• Access Medicaid reimbursement claims up to the current year
• Continue with the development of the Wrentham Elementary Schools Trust
• Acquire capital funds to improve the interior of Roderick
-Approved by the Wrentham School Committee on October 18, 2007