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Students at Pierce School began remote learning on Wednesday, March 18th.

Pierce teachers and staff made sure that our students were provided with many different options to continue their learning during our remote learning adventure!

We hope everyone stays healthy and safe during this time.

Could your student use a new sweatshirt or winter hat? Would you like to support your school? Well, do we have deals for you!

The Pierce School store is open for all your school swag purchasing needs. The store is open from now until Friday, Nov. 8th. Make sure to swing on over and help support your school and dress yourself or your students in the coolest stuff in school!

Third Grade Teacher Jennifer Sutton along with Harris Center Naturalist Expert and Teacher, Susie Spikol have hosted a morning walking club for students at Pierce School! In a community partnership with our friends from the Harris Center, students, staff and families are welcome to join us for a brief walk in the woods to start our day in a calming way – outdoors!

Pierce School started it’s after school biking club earlier this month. The biking club is run by our 4th-grade teacher, Valerie Germain, and allows 3rd and 4th-grade students to get out on the trails behind Pierce School with one of their favorite teachers and friends in the fresh fall air. The biking club is held after school on Friday’s throughout the month of October.

Important Things from the Bear Den

Black Bear Bulletin – Remote Learning Edition

We hope everyone continues to stay safe and healthy during our remote learning adventures.

Pierce School’s teachers and staff miss our black bear friends dearly, so we love seeing pictures of our students working at home and keeping up their skills. Please forward any pictures you may have of your students participating in remote learning to your classroom teacher or Ms. Lamothe.  We will be updating the website so our friends and families can see how others are practicing remote learning in their homes. 



Our teachers’ have been working hard to keep our kids engaged with a variety of options during remote learning.  Below are a few extra resources that you and your family may want to check out. 

Let us know what you think.