Ashfield Middle School
Barbara Lovell, Principal
Troy Kieltyka, Assistant Principal
Eileen McQuaid, Associate Principal
ASHFIELD SCHOOL MISSION
Using research based strategies, formative assessments, targeted interventions and differentiated instruction in response to data, students will engage in rigorous lessons using the latest technology and innovation.
ASHFIELD MIDDLE SCHOOL VISION
All students will be proficient in ELA, Math and Science as evidenced by PARCC and we will continue to push our students to advanced standing in these areas..
225 Coe Road
Brockton MA 02302
Hours: 8:05 a.m. - 2:35 p.m.
- About Us
- Principal's Message
- School Facts & Highlights
- Contact Us
- School Improvement Plan
- Ashfield School Report Card & Overview
Ashfield Middle School Offers:
- A safe learning environment that promotes academic excellence and social well being for all students grades six to eight.
- A comprehensive education that includes: a wide variety of technology including individual student tablets to enhance learning, content literacy initiatives, common core standards in all classes.
- Participation in the Mayor's Youth Summit, City Wide Spelling Bee and Science Fair, New England Math League, Peer Mediation, Empower Yourself and City-Lab.
- A supportive and responsive environment inclusive of a diverse population of learners.
- A rigorous, standards-based curriculum designed to prepare students for success in high school and on state mandated testing.
- Highly educated and enthusiastic faculty who strive to improve instruction on a daily basis.
- Integrated classroom technology including Promethean boards, document cameras and state of the art computer programs to enhance instruction.
- Extra curricula activities which include sports, intramural programs, student council, peer leaders, band, chorus, drama club and a school newspaper.
It gives me great pleasure, on behalf of the Ashfield School staff to welcome you and your child to our school. We shall endeavor, with your cooperation and assistance, to make this school year a most successful and productive experience for your child.
I would like to extend a personal invitation to you to participate in your child's learning through participation in the parent newsletter emails. Important pates and information will be sent home bi-weekly.
I am looking forward to working with you and your child.
Barbara J. Lovell
Ashfield Middle School
225 Coe Road, Brockton, MA 02302
Main telephone: 508-580-7268, FAX 508-580-7072
Hours: 8:05 a.m. - 2:35 p.m.
Early dismissal: 11:30 a.m.
North East Zone, Grades 6-8
Building & Facilities: built in 1965, 24 classrooms, library with 4 computers, cafetorium, gymnasium
General Education Program
Special Education Program
Parent Involvement Program Activities
Second Step Anti-Bullying Program
Various activities and clubs
Barbara Lovell: 508-580-7268
Troy Kieltyka: 508-580-7268
Eileen McQuaid: 508-580-7268
Mary Lapointe: 508-580-7268 | FAX 508-580-7072
School Nurse: 508-580-7331
Instructional Resource Specialist: 508-894-4353
School Adjustment Counselors: 508-580-7682
Parent Liaison: 508-580-7268
School Community Coordinator: 508-580-7268
WELCOME BROCKTON PARENTS & FAMILIES!
The Brockton Public Schools is pleased and proud to offer a very active, extensive and beneficial parent involvement program. We sincerely believe in the home-school-community partnership where all stakeholders come together to provide the most rewarding and enriching program for our city's children.
Parents are enthusiastically invited to visit the schools and get to know the teachers and administrators and to attend PAC/PTO or PTA meetings. Parents are encouraged to consider serving as school volunteers in our Partners in Excellence (PIE) program or possibly seeking a seat on their child's School Improvement Council or signing up for a series of helpful workshops at our Parents' Academy! Our parents have come well beyond the "bake sale" days, although fund-raising is still a necessary and worthwhile activity which helps provide extra-curricular opportunities for our school children.
Thousands of Brockton families and community members have bridged the home-school gap and joined our successful and collaborative effort.
If you have questions or wish to volunteer, please contact your school's Administrative Team or the Parent Information Center.
Every Brockton Public School has an individual School Improvement Plan, a two‐year strategic plan for schools to follow to achieve academic and non-academic goals. The plans are developed among school leadership, faculty and staff and serve as a blueprint for success.
School Improvement plans require school personnel to set challenging goals for student performance, and must articulate the strategies the school staff will use to reach their targets.
In addition to approving each school’s SIP, Central Office conducts three to four “Walk Throughs” per school per year to gather data and provide feedback to site-level leaders about how effectively the plans are being implemented. What’s exciting about this is that everyone recognizes the importance of this kind of feedback and is actively supporting this kind of valuable work – principals, teachers, administrators and union officials.