Pawtucket School Department

Lyman B. Goff Middle School

974 Newport Avenue, Pawtucket, Rhode Island | Phone: 401-729-6500 | Fax: 401-721-2105
Principal: Matthew Bergeron

Announcements

Goff Middle School offers a wide array of extra and co-curricular activities that are sure to get everyone involved.  Whether it is a sport, a club, or a fine arts production, the students will find an activity that interests them and will get involved and show their Goff Pride. Goff PRIDE is the foundation upon which everything is done.  P: Personal Responsibility – students will take responsibility for their academics and behavior; R:  Respect – students show respect at all times for their classmates, their school, the adults, and themselves; I:  Involvement – students get involved in all aspects of the school community; D:  Determination – students are determined to succeed; E:  Excellence – students strive for excellence each and every day.

Message from the Principal

On behalf of the staff at Goff Middle School, I would like to welcome you to Gladiator Nation!  Goff Middle School is a united environment that embraces world citizenship, offers a rich, blended curriculum, and fosters respect and kindness for all individuals. As the Principal of Goff Middle School, I want to take this opportunity to tell you how excited and honored I am to be at a school, and in a district, where we are committed to educational excellence and global citizenship.  I truly believe that the success of our students can be compared to a stool where each leg is representative of students, families, and the school community. If one is missing we are delicately balancing but if two legs are missing we are in need of support. I encourage you to become involved in our Goff community through frequent communication, engagement in school events and support of our students. One simple engagement could be to ask your child what they learned today or one thing they are looking forward to learning more about.  Middle School is a significant step in your child’s educational journey. The transition from elementary school and later to high school will bring a shift from dependence to independence. We are committed and passionate to work in support of this transition and will promote a school of inclusion which engages all learners. We are here to provide any support needed to ensure our

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Emergency Drills

Each school is required to hold state-mandated emergency drills (fire drills, lockdowns and evacuations) each school year. Our staff have provided students will information regarding

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