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Hardy Elementary School
293 Weston Rd, Wellesley, MA 02482

John D. Hardy Elementary School, located on Weston Road, serves 276 students in grades K-5. The principal is BethMore Kinkead.

The school's Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) maintains a supplemental Web site for the school. The school's library also maintains its own Web site.

The school participates in the state's METCO (Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity) which invites urban students to attend schools outside their district.

Upham Elementary School
35 Wynnewood Rd, Wellesley, MA 02481
Upham Elementary School in Wellesley teaches 255 students at its Wynewood Road location, with 14 classroom teachers. TheMore principal is Tracey Mara. The school's Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) maintains a supplemental Web site for the school at uphampto.org. The school participates in the state's METCO (Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity), which invites urban students to attend schools outside their district.
Sprague Elementary School
401 School St, Wellesley, MA 02482
Sprague Elementary School, located on School Street in Wellesley, opened for the first time in 1924. The school closedMore in the 1970s, but was refurbished and re-opened in 2002. About 400 students currently attend the elementary school, which is headed by principal Donna Dankner. The school is supported by an active Parent Teacher Organization (PTO), which maintains its own supplemental school Web site and works to improve education and communication between parents, the school and the town.
Bates Elementary School
116 Elmwood Rd, Wellesley, MA 02481
Katherine Lee Bates Elementary School, located on Elmwood Road, is named for the American songwriter who's most famousMore for writing the song "America the Beautiful." The school, established in 1953, is currently populated by more than 350 students taught by 17 teachers. Principal Michael Spencer is proud to work with the school's active Parent Teacher Organization (PTO), which maintains a supplemental school Web site. The school participates in the state's METCO (Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity) program, which invites urban students to attend schools outside their district.
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