The Annual Town Meeting to vote on the 2016-2017 Budget is on Monday, May 2, 2016 at 7:00 p.m., at Canton High School. 150 residents need to be in attendance for a vote to be taken.  Please plan to attend.

Welcome to Cherry Brook Primary School

Cherry Brook Primary School is a Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 3 school with approximately 450 students nestled within the lovely hills of Canton. We actively support students in their academic learning, and social development.   Cherry Brook Primary School is a special place where students are valued, there are high learning expectations, and a strong partnership between home and school. 

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From the Principal

Dear CBPS Community,

I’m happy to share with you our revised Mission Statement for Cherry Brook Primary School.  As you know, we have been soliciting feedback and gathering ideas from our school community regarding our shared purpose of educating students.  I want to thank everyone for their time and input.  Here is our final product:

CBPS Mission Statement

We are honored to have the opportunity to educate the children at Cherry Brook Primary School, providing each child with positive, lifelong memories of their elementary education experience.  By sharing a commitment to nurture students so they are engaged learners and productive community members, we strive to ensure student growth and success while celebrating the happiness of childhood.


In order to accomplish our mission, we believe that students learn best when

  • inspired to love learning.
  • valued for their unique talents and individuality.
  • presented with opportunities where perseverance is required to overcome challenges.
  • critical thinking and problem solving skills are applied academically and socially.
  • individual goals are designed based on interests and learning styles.
  • held accountable for their learning and actions.
  • nurtured in a safe environment that promotes curiosity, confidence and self-reflection.
  • different perspectives are welcomed and appreciated.
  • positive peer interactions are developed and fostered.
  • families and schools unite to develop a collaborative, supportive network.
  • a sense of community extends beyond school.
  • provided with purposeful resources to enhance their experiences.
  • play, fun, and creativity are valued as integral parts of the childhood experience.


Please remember that we are still accepting student placement form, nominations for Canton’s Teacher of the Year and Paraprofessional of the Year. 

Also our front office will be closed next week (April 11 - April 14) due to the continuation of the reconfiguration of our front entrance.

Thank you again for your support.  If you need anything, please feel free to contact me.

Have a wonderful vacation.

Andy Robbin