Middle School



Middle School SBAC Testing Schedule and Information 2021


Monday May 17th: Math SBAC (both 7th and 8th grade)

Timing: 7:45 am -10:05 am or until finished


Tuesday May 18th:  Math SBAC (both 7th and 8th grade)

Timing: 7:45 am-9 am or until finished


Thursday May 20th: English SBAC (both 7th and 8th grade)

Timing: 7:45am- 9:35 am or until finished 


Monday May 24th and Tuesday May 25th: NGSS Science Assessment-done through Mr. Levesque’s classrooms (8th grade only)

*Some students may need extra time to complete the test beyond the above listed times. Due to the nature of the test being untimed, we will provide a place for any students who need extra time to complete the exams.


*All students must bring in their chromebooks every day for testing--please make sure they are charged and ready to go each day. If your child has headphones, they can bring their own. If not, headphones and all other materials needed will be provided in school.


*Rosters for testing rooms will be posted during the school day. Mrs. Kutz will be waiting for Group C students in the main lobby to tell them where their testing room assignments are located.


*Please contact Mrs. Kutz or Mrs. McDougall if you have any further questions at 860-379-8521 or kutza@gilbertschool.org or mcdougallj@gilbertschool.org


*Please remember all group C students are required to come in for testing these days. Please contact Mrs. Sojka at 860-379-8521 or sojkas@gilbertschool.org if you have any questions or concerns


The 2019/20 school year promises to be a year full of new learning both in and out of the classroom. Our faculty and staff are committed to providing our students with the best education focusing on engaging, meaningful and rigorous instruction. Our teachers are dedicated to helping every student find success within a safe, caring school community. We offer many extracurricular clubs and activities allowing your child(ren) to gain a well rounded middle school experience. To the Gilbert Middle School Families:

The middle school years of your child(ren)’s education may be some of the most trying and exciting of their young lives. There are more demands with higher expectations and responsibilities. Young adolescents have very unique needs which can be different from one student to the next. We look at each student individually and help them navigate their way through adolescence by providing the appropriate supports. One way to best support students reaching their greatest potential is to have open lines of communication between the school and home. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any and all questions or concerns. We will do likewise.

We are proud of our students, faculty and staff at The Gilbert School. Our students learn to be Respectful, Responsible and Safe. We embrace the challenges of the future while continuing to cherish and celebrate the traditions of the past. We are proud to be a part of The Gilbert School Community where we value "Heritage - Innovation - Opportunity".

Sue Sojka


Day of the Dead 2018

Students participate in Day of the Dead celebration
Students present at Day of the Dead celebration
Students present at Day of the Dead celebration
Day of the Dead Altar made by student
Day of the Dead food samples
Day of the Dead altar made by student
Students posing with painted faces for Day of the Dead celebration