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Inclement Weather Policy

Please be reminded of the inclement weather policy found in the Community Handbook. The policy states: In general, the school will not close due to inclement weather.

Day families are asked to use their best judgment on the safety of driving to school. If Greenfield public schools or the day student’s local school district is closed due to inclement weather, the student’s absence will be considered excused as long as Stoneleigh-Burnham School has been notified of the absence. Students are reminded to email their teachers for homework and missed in-class work.

On the rare occasion that a school closure is warranted, that information will be put on the school’s phone message, the website, on all-school announcements via email, and on local radio and television stations. Please tune into television stations WWLP CH22 or WGGB CH40 and radio station WHAI 98.3 FM.

These (and all) absences should be reported to Carolyn Flower at Reception, reached by calling the main number at 413-774-2711.

Financial Aid Information

If you haven’t already completed your Parent Financial Statement, visit the SSS Website for Families at http://sssbynais.org/parents to get started. Here, you can use the “Complete Your PFS” button for the SSS Family Portal login page as well as access helpful resources and guides.

Review the pamphlet 2017-18 How To Apply for Financial Aid prepared by NAIS for general information on completing and submitting the application.

Information about specific SBS financial aid deadlines and a list of required tax documents are published on our website here.

A recorded webinar to assist Spanish-speaking families with completing the PFS is now available on the SSS website for parents. Our thanks to the Graland Country Day School for arranging this translation and sharing it with their families and yours!

Federal Student Aid

For U.S. families of seniors: Did you know that families planning to send a child to college next fall can file their FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) starting now? The U.S. Department of Education moved the FAFSA filing date up to October 1.

The benefits of the earlier filing date are:
Families will now use 2015 income and tax information.
This will eliminate the need for families to estimate incomes when completing the FAFSA.
FAFSA applicants can retrieve their tax data directly from the IRS.

For more information or questions, please contact College Counselor Lauren Cunniffe at lcunniffe@sbschool.org or 413-774-2711 x280.

2016-2017 School Calendar

The 2016-2017 School Calendar has been finalized. Click here to view the calendar. Please do not hesitate to contact us at the school if you have questions about the calendar.

The current 2015-2016 School Calendar is still available by clicking here.