Welcome to Harriet Beecher Stowe Elementary School

HBS Dismissal Process

HBS DISMISSAL PROCESS: Please note! The dismissal of walkers and transported students prior to bus students has been working very well and we have determined to adopt this as our dismissal process. Dismissal for walkers and transported students is at 3:10 pm.

Please note early release dismissal is always at 1:00 pm and we have an upcoming early release on December 7th for professional development. ASPIRE does not provide care on these days, please be sure to send in a note with your child regarding their alternate arrangements.


The HBS ANNUAL Turkey Challenge Food drive in PE classes has begun!

2016- The HBS ANNUAL Turkey Challenge Food drive in PE classes has begun!
All non-perishables will go to Mid-Coast Hunger Prevention Program.
Special THANKS to the Gaghan family for donating the Turkey Challenge Banner! Gobble-Gobble



Mr. Paige, HBS interim principal with Mr. Levy, HBS assistant principal.

TEAM Beets, Squash, Mixed Veggies, Green Beans
THANKS Mr. Paige for being our interim principal and chief turkey.

Parent Teacher Conferences/Early Release Day

The schedule will look a little different next week. Tuesday, November 22 is Early Release. We dismiss at 1:00 pm. This starts our Thanksgiving break. Parent Teacher conferences will be held Tuesday afternoon and on Wednesday morning.

Please look at our Lost & Found – several articles of clothing, lunch boxes and water bottles!

Have a very happy Thanksgiving!


Foreign Language for Youth (FLY) – Volunteers Needed!

FLYForeign Language for Youth (FLY) – a group of parents and other volunteers who bring foreign language experiences to the children of Brunswick’s elementary schools – is anticipating the start of its 19th year in 2017.

This year’s program cannot “take off” without the support of new volunteers!
Click for Details!



Take a peek at the first edition of Brunswick School Department Teacher Talk Newsletter.  The intention of this communication is to share the great learning and teaching happening in the Brunswick Schools with the Brunswick community.  

This issue focuses on teacher initiatives to research, learn, implement and continue their efforts to meet the needs of Brunswick students through differentiation. 

We hope you enjoy learning more about our Brunswick Schools. 

The autumn newsletter can be viewed by clicking the following link:
Brunswick School Department Teacher Talk

HBS Music Events

Wednesday, 11/30 “The Granny Awards” dress rehearsal 9:30-10:00 at HBS
Wednesday, 11/30 “The Granny Awards” performance 6:30 at HBS
Friday, 12/2 Grades 4/5 Chorus Concert 6:30 at HBS
Wednesday, 12/21 Grade 2 Concert 2:00-2:30