R.E. Shaw School

Upcoming Events

March 1st: 1st Day of Women's History Month

March 1st: Nature's Classroom Parent Informational Meeting - 7 PM

March 10th: February Student of the Month Breakfast - 8:45 AM

March 12th: Daylight Savings Starts (Spring ahead an hour)

March 14th: Grades Close

March 15th: Shaw School Council - 3:30 PM

March 17th: Professional Development Day (No School)

March 21st: Report Cards Issued

March 30th: A Night to Belong (Elmwood St. School)

March 31st: Half-day Professional Development Day

Hello Shaw Families,

 We hope everyone had a wonderful February break and is looking forward to the fast approaching spring. Over the next few months there will be an increased focus on our work towards academic excellence and personal growth for all students. We ask for the continued support of your child's education by staying involved and engaged in their learning. Regular communication with the school can help ensure that your child is on track and getting the support they need.

Finally, we want to remind everyone of the importance of kindness and respect in our interactions with each other. Let us continue to foster a community of compassion and understanding where everyone feels valued and supported.

As always, your input and support is very important to us. Please know our doors are always open to you. Please do not ever hesitate to contact us at any time.


Andrew Tuccio & Erica Roark-Wuerthner (Interim Dean of Students)

Raymond E. Shaw Leadership Team

Shaw Community

Shaw Students

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

New Raymond E. Shaw Elementary School Community Update

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.