A Literacy Based Magnet School

  • A Literacy Based Magnet School

  • Fall 2021


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School Hours


    Regular School day

    8:35 AM to 2:55 PM

    One Session Day

    8:35 AM to 12:35 PM

    (No Lighthouse)



    (203) 275-4550


    (203) 337-0178

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Notices and Announcements

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    Power of problem solving. Commissioner's summer math challenge


    Summer Math Challenge

    The 2021 Commissioner's Summer Math Challenge stresses the importance of maintaining math skills during the summer. Schools compete based on student population and grade level. The program identifies the schools with the highest percentage of participating enrollment and the highest number of badges earned by participating students. Registration instructions, district reporting forms, and all other materials are available online.

    Governor's summer reading challenge

    Summer reading challenge

    It’s that time of year to encourage students to participate in CONNECTICUT READS, the 2021 Governor’s Summer Reading Challenge – an annual, statewide program encouraging students to read books during the summer months. This year’s theme is “Tails & Tales.” Each year, the schools with the highest percentage of participating enrollment and the highest number of books read by participating students at the end of the summer are recognized for their accomplishments.



    *To access the Bridgeport Distance Learning Portal click here.*


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     BPS Emergency Food Service Sites


    Letter to Parents

    Flu Vaccine:

    School Based Health Center Flu Vaccine 

    Important notices from Mrs. Marshall:

    Attendance Letter

    Code of Conduct



Our Mission Statement

  • Our mission is to offer every student quality instruction, emphasizing the academic areas with sound educational preparation and a life long love of learning required for student success.  The nurturing, guiding, and challenging of our teaching will prepare our students to be well informed, responsible citizens in our diverse society.