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Get To Know: Head O’ Meadow Elementary School



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The Newtown Bee’s “get to know” series features a look at local buildings.

For all of the Newtown Public Schools columns, Newtown Public Schools Facilities Director Bob Gerbert, Jr, answered questions about the buildings.

His answers about Head O’ Meadow Elementary School are below.

In what year was it purchased or built? 1977.

Who or what entity owns or oversees the building? The Town of Newtown owns the property.

How large is the building? 65,000 square feet.

How many rooms does the building contain? 30 classrooms.

What purpose/purposes does the building serve? Elementary school for kindergarten to fourth grade.

What is one interesting fact about the building? It has its own water supply.

The front portion of Head O’ Meadow Elementary School. —Bee Photos, Hallabeck
A classroom at Head O’ Meadow.
A hallway at Head O’ Meadow.
One of Head O’ Meadow’s playgrounds.
Head O’ Meadow’s gymnasium.
Head O’ Meadow’s “Kinder Garden.”
A mural at Head O’ Meadow.
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