Canterbury Elementary School


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Canterbury Elementary School

The mission of Canterbury Elementary School, in partnership with home and community, is to promote interactive student learning through a positive, caring environment in which self-worth is enhanced and a life-long commitment to learning is developed.

Important Dates and Information
Request for Proposals Available for School Readiness Grant
Quality Enhancement Grant

The School Readiness Council, Town of Canterbury, is making available Requests for Proposals to private, non-profit organizations offering educational or human services for the period ending June 30, 2018.  The purpose of the School Readiness Grant is to provide high quality programs that meet the needs of families in the community in preparing children for formal schooling.  The intention of the Quality Enhancement Grant is to assist early care and education programs in addressing quality standards and/or expands comprehensive services for children and families.
To apply for a grant, the following criteria must be met:  The Canterbury School Readiness Local RFP and/or Quality Enhancement Grant RFP must be completed electronically and submitted to the Canterbury School Readiness Council, Canterbury CT.  The RFP application can be obtained by contacting  Completed applications must be submitted electronically by April 28, 2017 to  All applications approved by the Canterbury School Readiness Council will be submitted to the Connecticut State Department of Education for final approval.  For more information, contact Sarah Cary at


Parents at the Canterbury Elementary School have the ability to create an account and access the PowerSchool Parent Portal. In order to create an account, parents will need the user id and password provided with the letter. Please use the PowerSchool Parent Portal Log In Guide for step by step instructions. Please email the school if you have any questions.


stop bullying

The Canterbury Public Schools Safe School Climate Plan is developed and addresses the existence of bullying in its schools. A core component of preventing bullying and creating an environment that is safe for all is the ability for students to anonymously report acts of bullying and teen dating violence to school employees. Students can use the reporting form below or can text information to the school bullying reporting hotline at (401) 992- 4132  or simply write down the information and share with a teacher or administrator. Both online forms of reporting are directed to a school administrator who will follow the procedures and protocols in compliance with the Canterbury Public Schools Safe School Climate Plan.

Canterbury Public Schools Safe School Climate & Bullying Reporting Form

67 Kitt Road
Canterbury, Connecticut 06331
Phone: (860) 546-6744

Fax: (860) 546-6742