Thomaston Grammar School

Principal: Ainslee Riley
Administrative Assistant: Aimee Sanfilippo 
Address: 65 Watts Lane Thomaston, Maine 04861 
Telephone: (207)354-6353
Fax: (207) 354-6238


We believe that each child is unique. We have created a school environment that is safe, secure, and that addresses the needs of all students. In addition to our strong academic programs that challenge students and provide them with a solid foundation for learning, we stress the development of social skills that encourage confidence, self-esteem and healthy interactions with others.


We have high standards for our students. We want them to have the skills to be successful in society, and also the humanity to contribute to an improved world. Please join in a partnership with us as we work toward these important goals.  We strive for an excellent relationship among children, parents and teachers working together to make each year a success.



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Don’t Miss These Exciting Events at TGS!





TGS Open House

5:00 - 6:00




Respect Assembly





TGS Parent Group Meeting





Teacher Workshop - No School




Columbus Day - No School



Fall Fest

9:00 - 12:00



Lifetouch Pictures




Early Release





Gratitude Assembly







Notice Regarding School Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Policies

TGS News






Thomaston Grammar School Family Fun Night


TGS held a camping themed Family Fun Night on Thursday, March 15th.  193 people were in attendance, which represented 77 of our families.  It was a great turnout for this wonderful family event!  Maine author, Wendy Ulmer, ran a session where she read her book, A Campfire for Cowboy Billy, and participants created a wishing star.  Mrs. Howard led kindergarten and first grade families through fun literacy activities that enabled them to practice their literacy skills.  Miss Cates and Miss Leach read participants the book A Camping Spree with Mr. Magee and helped students make marshmallow treats. Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Markwith read The Legend of the Dream Catcher and led families through making their own dream catchers.  Dream catchers were so popular that Mrs. Brewster led a session that involved making them as well.  Mrs. Snow read the book Little Campers and led participants through an activity to learn how to make a campfire, in this case an edible one. Mrs. Sanfilippo led her participants in using clues and illustrations in Whose Tracks Are These?  They learned how to identify woodland tracks and made their own animal track casts.  Mrs. Ford assisted participants in coding their Sphero through the “campsite” to avoid dangers and obstacles.  Miss Cushman and Ms. Richter ran the session Board Games Around the Camp Fire where participants rotated through camping themed board games. Miss Currier and Miss Wotton helped to run the Scholastic Book Fair that evening.  Miss Flanagan, Mrs. Kangas, and Mrs. Smith helped to set up and serve dinner.  Mrs. Bassett, Miss Anthony, and Mrs. Brackett ran the welcome table.  Mrs. Mellor was the organizer of this fabulous event.  Mrs. Riley was happy to attend as a participant and photographer.  What a wonderful night! ‚Äč