Tuitions are paid through FACTS Management. Monthly payment plans may only be made by automatic payments from a bank account. Other forms of payment require that the total cost is paid in full by the beginning of the school year.
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.
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.
The strategic objectives are the priorities Wrentham Public Schools focuses on to implement the mission and fulfill the vision. All district, school, and educator goals are aligned with the strategic objectives.
Strategic Objective 1: Foster a culture of continuous growth and learning.
Strategic Objective 2: Strengthen family and community partnerships.
Strategic Objective 3: Ensure the schools are safe and conducive to learning.