May daughter currently attends Amvet elementary. Amvet is a very small school with a very caring and welcoming atmosphere. They are very invovled in the kids academics.
Amvet Boulevard Elementary School is a public elementary school in North Attleboro. The principal of Amvet Boulevard Elementary School is Mary Alice Gruppi. 400 students attend Amvet Boulevard Elementary School and identify primarily as White, non-Hispanic; Asian/Pacific Islander; and Hispanic. 22% of the 400 students here have subsidized lunches. The student to teacher ratio at Amvet Boulevard Elementary School is 14:1. Roosevelt Avenue Elementary School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
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Two of my four children attended the Amvet Blvd school. It is a sunny and wholesome environment. The principal is hands on and the teachers are the type of people you hope to have your young children six hours a day. There are just enough extra-curriculars not that overbearing schedule of activities that some schools impose on families. Although I am quite happy with the North Attleboro MIddle School having my little boys leave Amvet was quite a big change and moving as well.
My child is completing his kindergarten year. We have had a great year. It has been a wonderful experience for him. The atmosphere of the school is happy and caring. The principal and teachers are wonerful caring people. The PTO is also very active--they fundraise and supply the money for extra curricular events and activies. They also organize many family events. I feel very lucky that my children attend Amvet school.