R.E. Shaw School

Building PRoject Update

Thank you to the Town of Millbury for approving the new R.E. Shaw Elementary School!

Here is the final rendered movie of a walkthrough for the new Raymond E. Shaw building in Millbury, MA.

The estimated project bid date is December 2020 and the estimated construction period is Spring 2021 - Fall 2022. The estimated completion date is June 2022. Please visit https://shawproject.millburyschools.org/ to find out more exciting information!

SAFE SCHOOL Newsletter

Hello Shaw Families,

This is the Spring 2021 Edition of the Safe School Newsletter from District Attorney Early. Please click here to read the whole article and feel free to share it with friends and neighbors.


Shaw Families,

We are excited to announce we are currently hosting our Spring book fair between April 12th and April 30th and we would greatly appreciate your support. We’re asking you to participate in this Spring's book fair by purchasing books online for students in order to help foster their love of reading.

Please visit www.efairs.follettbookfairs.com and use our school eFair code Z7PYW to purchase books.

Thank you for helping us encourage reading in our community!

Mr. Tuccio


Virtual Shaw School

Click here to access the Virtual Shaw School web page that we have established to use during COVID-19. This web page will allow students to access school curriculum, talk to their teachers, peers, and discuss school-related topics.

Shaw Community

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Shaw News

The DESE report cards provide a new way of looking at information related to overall school performance. They include information in a variety of areas:Student Enrollment and Teacher Information, Student Attendance and Discipline, Academic Opportunities, College and Career Readiness, MCAS Performance,School Spending, and Accountability Information.

Information on New Shaw

Courtesy of Turowski2 Architecture:

The new school is positioned north of the existing school, which will allow continued use of the existing school during construction and the shortest possible overall construction duration. The new building will be 2 stories, with special needs and flex use spaces located in grade level neighborhoods to promote inclusion through co-teaching and collaboration through a team teaching model. A central library at the heart of the school, together with the cafetorium and gym, will serve the very popular after school program and other popular and pressing community uses. At the heart of the Second Floor, two Science/Technology/Engineering rooms are co-located adjacent to the Art Room and outdoor rooftop classrooms.