On Monday, Rectory celebrates its tenth annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service with a a day of giving back to the community.
Middle School (5-9)
Welcome to The Rectory Middle School, a community of educators committed to bringing out the best in each of our students. Rectory prides itself on taking every child where they are and nurturing them to realize their fullest potential. We do this through a dynamic program with student engagement as the cornerstone of our educational philosophy. In the classroom, through the arts, and on the athletic field, students are encouraged to stretch their intellectual, creative, and athletic limits. The result is a transformation that allows us to send forth into our world a confident, inquisitive, and independent global citizen.
Please feel free to contact me or inquire online regarding the above, and any other questions you may have about Rectory’s Middle School.
Director of Academics (MS)
To fend off the winter blues, Rectory School dresses up according to different themes on Fridays in the winter term to add some brightness and cheer! The first spirit day will be next Friday, January 24 and it will be class color day! Read more for grade color assignments.
Throughout the day on Thursday, December 19, members of our community gathered in the library to take part in the Heart-y Party, Rectory School's party with heart. For the first time, a Heart-y Party Community Service elective was offered to Rectory students, who kept busy during the fall term fringing and sewing hats, collecting donations, contacting human service agencies to obtain numbers of local children being served, read stories to children at CARE and other various service efforts.
What do you get when you combine the most talented singers and instrumentalists from ten local area middle schools? You get an experience that is fun and challenging for the students, and a musical performance that is impressive and entertaining for the audience.
Rectory students in grades 2-5 joined 4 million students from around the world in the Global Read Aloud program. The project was created by Pernille Ripp in 2010 with a simple goal in mind; one book to connect the world. Since then millions of connections have been made in more than 86 different countries. Share their experience by reading the full article.
The youngest children on Rectory's campus sure do enjoy it when the "big kids" visit them in their classrooms. Several times this term, Mrs. Sangiolo's Community Service elective joined the CARe children for reading and music. Read more about this adorable partnership.
September has already flown by in its usual fashion and next week we welcome October following a recent Indian summer here in Pomfret, Connecticut.
The 9th grade class headed to Holiday Hill in Mansfield, Connecticut for a full day of bonding activities at the start of the new year.
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Maya B. '20 uses her love of music to create an algebra "Cups" song. Rectory students are so talented!
"Mrs. Martin uses experiments and examples to help us better understand her lesson. I am able to get help from her whenever I request it."
"This class made me start to love reading!"
~9th-Grade Language Skills Student