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OUR MISSION

It is the mission of H.S. Chase to partner with parents, teachers, and community members. We will embrace and recognize our multi-cultural K-5 students, staff, and families. We will promote positive youth development where we celebrate everyone’s individuality and unique differences. We will maintain high expectations and a safe environment for all students. Through our rigorous academics we will empower students to be life-long learners and productive members of our community. 

NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Invention Convention

The second annual Waterbury Invention Convention was held this past Monday, March 13th at the Gilmartin School.  The young inventors were from 16 elementary schools that took part in the Invention Convention as part of the Extended School Hours program.  Of more than five hundred students taking part at the school level , 150 were selected for the Waterbury Invention Convention.  Fifty seven students will be going on to the Regional Invention Convention at Quinnipiac University March 25th.   Students selected at the regional event will attend the State Invention Convention April 29th.  The National invention Convention is held in Washington DC June 3rd.    

Tinker School students pictured at the Invention Convention:

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Elementary Schools to Wear Green for MD

Elementary school students may wear green on St. Patrick's Day, Friday, March 17, to help raise funds for Muscular Dystrophy,for a suggested donation of $1. The schools will be participating in the fund raiser in honor of Dakota Fortier, who is the CT Myotonic Dystrophy Association CT Local Ambassador for the state. Dakota attends Jonathan Reed School in Waterbury. (Click here for flyer.)

Dakota is also part of a team called New American Ride. More information about New American Ride is available at http://www2.mda.org/goto/NewAmericanRideTeam or visits Dakota's Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/DakotaFortiersAdventures/

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CT Is Standing Up for Public Schools

The National School Board Association and its state associations, including the Connecticut Association of Boards of Education, have banded together to share the successes of public schools. NSBA has gathered the support of such superstars as Magic Johnson, Montel Williams and Sal Khan. As part of its efforts, Connecticut has developed a video that stars Rick Matracchio, a Waterbury native.

Click here to learn more about Stand Up 4 Connecticut Public Schools on the CABE website.

Click here to view the video of Rick Mastraccio speaking about his own public school education.

  

Maloney and Rotella Lottery Information

Lottery applications for Maloney and Rotella will be available from February 1st through February 28th, 2017. Applications will be accepted for grades pre-kindergarten through fifth grade. Applications will be accepted online at https://Waterbury.GoodwinChoice.com (available starting 2/1/17). 

Open House for Prospective Students
Maloney -  rescheduled to January 24, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. 
Rotella - January 11, 2017 at 9:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.

The Lottery will be held on March 8, 2017. Parents will be notified via mail of the lottery wait list numbers during the week of March 27, 2017. 

Kindergarten Registration Announced

All Kindergarten registrations will be processed ONLY at the Waterbury Family Intake Center at One Jefferson Square on the first floor. Registration hours are from 8:15 am until 2:45 pm, Monday through Friday for children who will be 5 years old on or before January 1, 2018. If a language other than English is spoken in the home, then the child MUST be present at the time of registration.

Please click here for scheduled registration days for your child's school, as well as additional important information you will need prior to registering: English / Spanish. 

 

Conflict Resolution Conflict Resolution

Chase Elementary School is starting a new initiative to help students resolve conflicts.  If your child is having a conflict at school, encourage your child to ask for help. Fill out this form and have them give it to their teacher. 

Conflict Resolution Form

 

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