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Mission Statement for Schools of Chester, Deep River, Essex and Region 4

We, the communities of Chester, Deep River, Essex and Region 4, engage all students in a rigorous and collaborative educational program.  We prepare our learners to be respectful citizens who are empowered to contribute in a globalized society.


District Strategies for 2017-2020

All schools and staff will be dedicated to pursuing and implementing the strategies that the strategic planning team identified as the most crucial to the improvement of student success in our priority identified skills.  They are:

  1. Operationalize a three community, unified focus – Pre-K to 12 – on critical and creative thinking for solving difficult problems and to focus and align the districts’ goal setting processes with these priorities across towns, building and grades.


  1. Clarify/unify the assessment philosophy of the districts and comprehensively audit the use of assessment resources to ensure they are consistently applied throughout the districts and then build/use the assessment capacity of the districts to enable reliable assessment and date reporting of student proficiency in the priority skills (3 Year Process)


  • Data collection across the districts

  • Assessment Audit

  • Assessment Philosophy


  1. Support teachers in the enhancement of their capacity (professional learning, development, support and feedback) to teach and assess higher order thinking skills (critical and creative problem-solving) in a digital learning environment. - (Educator Evaluation Rubric 3B and 3C)



Latest News


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Students in Mrs. Meislitzer's class were thinking critically and creatively by solving
4 clues to unlock their BreakoutEDU boxes.
They successfully earned their "Letter ID
detective" badges!


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Students organizing food collected through
 the Student Council Food Drive.


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Veterans Day Drawing and Essay Winners





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Kindergarten trip to the Deep River Public Library.



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Students admire their exhibit,
Sea Faerie Village, at
the Florence Griswold Museum.
Students K-6 participated.



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JW Information Night
Wednesday, January 20, 2016, 6:30 pm

John Winthrop Middle School is hosting 6th grade parents/guardians this Wednesday night at 6:30 pm. This presentation will provide a general overview of middle school curriculum, schedules, activities and services as families begin to think about the transition into the middle level next year. The meeting will begin in the JW Library. The building will then be open for parents to walk the hallways and view rooms.

Those unable to attend can look ahead to the May orientation for a more detailed presentation. JW’s “6th Grade Orientation Night” is scheduled for May 10th.

There is no need to register for JW Information Night.

JW Information Night
Wednesday, January 20, 2016, 6:30 pm

John Winthrop Middle School is hosting 6th grade parents/guardians this Wednesday night at 6:30 pm. This presentation will provide a general overview of middle school curriculum, schedules, activities and services as families begin to think about the transition into the middle level next year. The meeting will begin in the JW Library. The building will then be open for parents to walk the hallways and view rooms.

Those unable to attend can look ahead to the May orientation for a more detailed presentation. JW’s “6th Grade Orientation Night” is scheduled for May 10th.

There is no need to register for JW Information Night.