Tisbury School

When Dancing in School Is the Way to Go

Tisbury School students got a private performance Tuesday by an internationally acclaimed dance ensemble from Cuba.

Tisbury School Celebrates Being Reunited

On Friday, at their first assembly as a unified student body since the spring of 2019, nearly 300 Tisbury School students cheered and clapped when their school mascot took the floor.
Exterior of the Tisbury School

Separated No More, Tisbury School Students Return to Unified Campus

On Jan. 6, the Tisbury school’s upper-grade classes will return to their home campus, after peeling lead paint was found in classrooms late last summer.

Tisbury Chooses Architect for School Project

The Tisbury selectmen, school committee and school building committee chose Boston-based Tappé Architects to remodel and modernize the town elementary school.

Tisbury Voters Back $1.5 Million Plan To Reunite School Kids

Voters overwhelmingly backed a plan to remediate chipping lead paint at the town school at a meeting Tuesday night.

Superintendent Outlines Short-Term Plan for Tisbury School

A plan to install modular classrooms at the Tisbury School has been scrapped, less than a week before voters will convene a special town meeting.

Tisbury School Funding Tops Special Town Meeting

When they gather for a special town meeting on Oct. 15, Tisbury voters will be asked to release $1.95 million from the general stabilization fund for immediate use at the Tisbury School.

School Spending Tops Tisbury Special Town Meeting

At a special town meeting next month, Tisbury voters will be asked to approve emergency funding for temporary classrooms and other unforeseen expenses.

Tisbury Begins to Tackle Tangle of School Issues

Town and school leaders took constructive steps this week to address the problems at the Tisbury School, authorizing the use of emergency funds to cover immediate needs.

Tisbury Students Head Back to Schools

Tisbury students had their belated first day of school Monday, with students in grades five through eight going to the regional high school and K through fourth staying in the newer wing of the town school.