Information for Parents

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Student Handbook
Amendment to Student Handbook - Bullying Prevention and Intervention


Student Morning Drop Off

Parent drop off begins at 8am
Students should not be dropped off prior to 8 a.m as there is no outdoor supervision.  
Students will be supervised in the cafeteria from 8am until 8:15 am
and then will proceed to homeroom. 
Please do not park in the fire lines or idle.  

The main entrance parking lot is ONE WAY.  Please obey the traffic laws and patterns.  We ask that parents make one queue.  Your children should exit your vehicle as quickly and safely as possible when you arrive at the sidewalk entrance.  Remind your child(ren) not to walk behind your car and to get to the sidewalk immediately and to go directly into the school building to the cafeteria.  Please do not form two lines, nor should you leave the queue once you have dropped off to get around other vehicles whose children are still exiting their vehicles- this is an extremely dangerous situation that has been occurring.  

Dismissal Procedure Parent Pick Up

Official Parent Pickup

TPS Map Parent Pick UP



Bullying Prevention and Intervention Plan

Bullying Prevention: Guides for Parents
Bullying   •   Cyberbullying   •   Social Networks   •   Internet Games
ReThink   •   Nondiscrimination Statement


Events and Happenings at TPS

algebra letter for 7th grade parents

5th Grade Math Pilot Letter

6th Grade Math Pilot Letter 2017


Students who qualified for the math pilot classes will be notified by the last week of July through a letter from the school.

Thomas Prince School
New Student and Kindergarten Open House
Wednesday, August 23rd, 2017
Meet the principal and assistant principal
Tour the building
See your classroom
Practice boarding the school bus

Join other families in a playdate on the playground 



MCAS Information

2016 Massachusetts Commendation Schools
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For more information on the MCAS, please visit the
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