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Phone Numbers You Need For the New School Year

Here is a list of phone numbers to assist you as you prepare for the new school year.

It’s hard to believe the summer is winding down so quickly. The first day of school will be here in a blink. There is always a lot to do beforehand, so Patch compiled a list of phone numbers to assist you as you prepare.

North Reading:

School

Level

Phone

Elementary

 

(978) 664-7820

Elementary

 

(978) 664-7817

Elementary

 

(978) 664-7814

Middle School

(978) 664-7806

High School

(978) 664-7800

Superintendent’s Office: Ms. Kathleen M. Willis (978) 664-7810 (ext. 3)

School Committee and District Business Office: (978) 664-7810

Pupil Personnel Services: Patricia Bullard, Director (978) 664-7823: Martha Krol, Assistant Director (978) 664-7823 (The Pupil Personnel Services Office is responsible for Special Education, Health/Nursing, Guidance, Homeless and 504 plan services for all district students pre-kindergarten to grade 12.)

Weather cancellation/delays telephone line: (978) 664-7810

Transportation: Call Bus Coordinator, Linda Mazzola, in the district office, (978) 664-7810.

Reading:

School

Level

Phone

Elementary

 

(781) 942-5420

Elementary

 

(781) 942-9166

Elementary

 

(781) 944-2335

Elementary (781) 942-9161 Elementary (781) 944-7831

Middle School

(781) 944-1236

Middle School (781) 942-9158

High School

(781) 944-8200

Superintendent’s Office: Dr. John Doherty (781) 944-5800

Reading Public Schools: (781) 944-8200

School Resource Officer: Officer Corey P. Santasky, School Resource Officer, (781) 670-2806

School closings and delays: All school delay and closing messages will be sent out through the emergency telephone notification system Connect Ed. You can also check the following media outlets: Reading-North Reading Patch, radio stations: WBZ, WRKO, WEZE and television stations: 4, 5, 7, Fox and Reading Cable Station 9

Joe Veno August 16, 2011 at 11:22 AM
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