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The mission of the Suffield Public Schools is to prepare all students with the knowledge, skills, and attributes required for success in a rapidly changing world. One of the goals in pursuit of this mission is to  "Establish healthy channels of outreach, communication, engagement, and collaboration with town government and the community.".

Town of Suffield

The Town of Suffield website contains detailed information on our town government, community resources and events, town news, and more.

  

Suffield Foundation for Excellent Schools

The Suffield Foundation for Excellent Schools is an educational foundation that provides support for innovative and exceptional educational programs and opportunities beyond the tax-supported school budget for the benefit of Suffield students.

  

Suffield Youth Services

Suffield Youth Services strives to coordinate and support youth and families so they may reach their full potential as healthy members of society.  Youth Services envisions a home where teens are able to establish strong and positive relationships with family, peers, school and the community.

  

Suffield Parks and Recreation

Suffield Parks and Recreation strives to enhance the quality of life by promoting and utilizing Suffield’s diverse parks and recreation facilities and by offering a variety of affordable athletics, recreational and arts programs for Suffield residents of all ages and interests.

  

Parent Organizations

There are many opportunities for parent support and involvement in our schools.  Check out the links below for information on how you can get involved!

Kent Memorial Library

Kent Memorial Library is the public library for the Town of Suffield. More than just a place to take out books, KML offers notary services, public meeting spaces, summer reading programs, movie showings, museum passes and much more!

School Resource Officer

WHAT IS A SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER?

The School Resource Officer (SRO) is a certified law enforcement officer who is permanently assigned to provide coverage to a school or a set of schools.

The SRO is specifically trained to perform three roles: law enforcement officer; law-related counselor; and law-related education teacher.

Find more information about the SPS SRO here.