Tilton Elementary School
John C. Tilton Innovation School
In the spring of 2012 Tilton School was awarded a $35,000 grant to become an Innovation School. The areas of focus during this five year grant will be the delivery of the Massachusetts Common Core Curriculum; professional development for our staff designed to meet the specific needs of our students; PBIS: Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports, which is a school wide initiative to establish a safe, engaging and positive culture in our building; a culture that supports student learning; teacher training and parent involvment. We have also adopted a very successful uniform policy to support a sense of community throughout our building. The John C. Tilton Innovation School will continue to operate as a public school that will educate the students of our neighborhood in grades K-4, as well as those from the Haverhill community.
The innovation school follows the Massachusetts State Common Core Standards and administers all district and state mandated assessments. Our goals are to create a public school flexible enough to compete with charter schools; to empower our teachers to become educational leaders within their classrooms; to create a unique model of education designed to engage all learners; and to identify and meet the exact needs of our subgroups by redesigning the way instruction is delivered to ensure achievement for all students in our population.
Your child must be 5 years old by August 31 in order to be eligible for Kindergarten in September.
For further information, please contact Maureen Gray at the Office of Early Childhood Education at 978-374-3484.
2013 NCLB Report Card
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Welcome to the 2013-2014 School Year!
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