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We Read For Meaning, We Read For Knowledge, We Read For Fun!!!
 
Welcome to Elm Park Community School
WPS SCIENCE & ENGINEERING FAIR
Video of the Worcester Public Schools 6th Annual Science and Engineering Fair held on Thursday, March 12 at the EcoTarium is now available for viewing.

View more about the fair...
 
TENTH ANNUAL BOOK DRIVE
 
The 10th annual book drive is up and running! Gently used and new books can be dropped off at designated locations until May 15th. View press release for details and drop off locations.
CLARK UNIVERSITY SPLASH PROGRAM
Splash gives the opportunity for high school students in the Worcester area to come to Clark and take classes taught by Clark professors, undergraduate students, and graduate students. Read more...

When: April 25, 2015
Registration: ends April 17th
WEDF DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI AND FRIENDS OF THE WPS AWARDS
The Worcester Educational Development Foundation (WEDF) is pleased to announce the 5th Annual Distinguished Alumni & Friends of the Worcester Public Schools Achievement Awards. Use this packet to nominate candidates.
Nominations close on April 1st.

School News & Information
Making Rain Sticks
ARTIST IN RESIDENCY PROGRAM
Very Special Arts of Massachusetts creates opportunities for individuals with disabilities to participate in the cultural life of our communities through education and cultural access programs. The program at Elm Park Community School is lead by Tim Van Egmond Folksinger & Storyteller. As an Artist-Educator he encourages the inclusion of students of all abilities.​ Read more...
School Information 508-799-3568
School Hours: 8:20 am - 2:30 pm

Instructional Focus

Elm Park Community School's focus on writing is a collaborative effort to improve students' understanding of text with the ability to summarize and retell verbally and in writing effectively across all curriculum areas. Through the implementation of a common set of school wide strategies, student achievement will be measured using formal and informal assessments.

View School Accountability Plan for more details about our school.

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