Pierce School Quick Facts

  • The John Pierce School serves the Brookline Village neighborhood. An emphasis on community, equity, and achievement are the guiding principles that give us our unique, close-knit and cooperative spirit. Our diverse population is made up of approximately 725 students, one fourth of whom speak English as a second language. 

    A wide socioeconomic range is represented among the 400 families (725 students) at Pierce.

     

Contact Information

  • Main Office (617) 730 - 2580
    Main Office Fax (617) 264-6468
    Sick Line to report absences (617) 730 - 2572

  • Summer Reading and Math

    Join us in our 2022 Pierce Summer Reading Challenge!   Let’s see if the Pierce School, grades K-8, can read 10,000 books this summer! We will be collecting the reading logs during the first weeks of school next year and using them to calculate how many books each class, each grade, and the whole school have read this summer.

    All Pierce students in grades K-8 should read as much as they can this summer; however they are required to read at least three books:  one fiction, one nonfiction, and one of their choice.

    Click here to learn about all the Pierce Summer Reading Challenge, Best Books lists, and reading log.

    As part of Pierce’s continuing efforts to focus on math, we are once again offering students in grades Kindergarten through sixth an opportunity to continue working on their math knowledge and skills over the summer, through the summer math calendar. Brookline’s summer math calendar has been updated, once again, to include a variety of websites, apps and activities. We hope you enjoy the activities, extend them, create new ones, and have fun!
    Click here to find the math activities for your student(s).

Announcements

Jamie Yadoff, Principal

Brookline Thrives Weekend Food Program

  • Brookline Thrives is back, starting Friday, September 16! Thrives is a FREE weekend food program for any and all school families who may benefit from additional food options for their children over the weekend. No qualification is necessary, but students must be registered to receive Thrives bags at schoolRegister Here.
     
    To learn more about Brookline Thrives, please visit www.brooklinefoodpantry.org/brookline-thrives.html or email thrives@brooklinefoodpantry.org.
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