Dear Johnson School Community,
We have come to the
end the school year and we’re off to a safe happy summer.
off our thirty-one 6th graders in style with the annual Moving On Ceremony on
Tuesday evening, June 23rd. We know they will do well in Middle
School with all the hard work they did at the Johnson School. We also want to thank Mr. Brady for his 25
years of devoted service to the Johnson School and wish him the very best in
The supply lists are posted below as well
as the Summer Reading lists. We will see
you on Wednesday, September 2, 2015, the first day for students. Ready to begin a great new school year! Have a happy safe summer.
Please note that as of this date there will be no Early Drop Off for
the 2015-16 school year due to lack of enrollment.
Supply Lists for 2015-16
Johnson School Handbook
Channel 7 and 5 Storm Alert Systems
As winter weather
approaches, we will post our weather
delays and openings
on television as usual.
Channel 7 News is
offering parents and school employees
the option of
receiving a cell phone call regarding school
other changes in schedule due to weather
issues. Go towww.whdh.com, click on closing alerts, input
your cell phone
number, the name of your carrier and then
choose the district(Nahant)
or school(s) you want to be
updated about. Nahant
will be listed but other schools
such as Swampscott or
private/parochial schools are
also listed. It seems
that you will get a text message,
not an actual phone
Channel 5 is offering the same option.
Go to www.wcvb.com.weather.closingssignup
FORMER JOHNSON SCHOOL STUDENTS
Please be advised that
student’s Special Education (Chapter 766) records prior to the 2005 school year
will be destroyed on or about February 1st, 2015.
If you wish to obtain a copy
of your records, please contact the:
Nahant Public Schools
239 Castle Road
# 781-581-1600 ext: 296
This does not pertain to
current Special Education Student’s records.
This notice does not pertain
to student’s transcripts which are dealt under 603 CMR 23.06
Parking in the fire lane in front of the school is strictly forbidden.
Cars should not park in the drop off areas. Parents wishing to escort their child in the morning, or remain at school, should park in one of the designated parking lots. Once a student has exited the vehicle, the vehicle must pull away and leave the area to avoid traffic jams and accidents.
There will be a police presence at school to help us enforce this school policy.
Noncompliance of this school policy will not be tolerated. Your cooperation in this matter would be appreciated.