Carlisle Public School

83 School Street, Carlisle, MA 01741


  • Student Placement Process and Parent Input
    The student placement process for those students currently in grades K-4 is now open. Our goal is to make the best possible placement for every child at the Carlisle Public School as we work to create heterogeneous and balanced classes. Your child’s current teacher will work with the other members of his or her grade level team, including the school psychologist and administrators, to create effective instructional groups. If you wish, you may complete the attached form and return it in hard copy to the main office. Alternatively, you may choose to complete this form online at Please submit your input by Friday, May 5, 2017. We would like to thank you in advance for your cooperation. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your child’s classroom teacher or Dr. Sidell.


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  • Call for submissions to Pandora's Box.

    Submit your poetry, short stories and memoirs for publication in Pandora’s Box. Click here for more information. Deadline is Friday, May 5th.


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  • Children's Obstacle and Fitness Community Challenge featuring PursuEVENTures

    Saturday, May 6, 2017
    9:00- 1:00pm
    DCR Great Brook State Park

    Sponsored by Carlisle Middle School Early Act Club, partnered with PursuEVENTures 

    Winding through DCR Great Brook Farm, children will test their obstacle course fitness skills by completing various challenges along a 1-mile course trail - climbing walls, rope climbs, monkey bars, carries & more! The course is designed for children of all abilities for ages 3-10. During this 4-hour event, registered children may complete the challenge course as many times as they want. Parents are welcome to watch or participate with their little ones. Refreshments and ribbons are included. 


    Purchase tickets on  or from an Early Act Rotary Club member
    Online Early Bird Registration 28.00 / child
    On-site Registration 35.00 / child 

    All proceeds benefit Razia’s Ray of Hope Foundation, a nonprofit organization that empowers young women and girls in Afghanistan through community-based education in the district of Deh'Subz.


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  • MCAS Schedule and Information
    Please click here for a letter from Superintendent Jim O'Shea regarding this year's state assessments, and here for a schedule of tests, which begin on April 3rd.


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