Welcome to Sewell School! On behalf of the entire Sewell School staff, I would like to reaffirm our dedication to the students and express our ongoing commitment to make school a positive and rewarding experience for the children. Through an emphasis on cooperation between the school and home, and a caring approach for each child, we can help to ensure that all of our pupils develop the necessary skills and attitudes that lead to successful achievement. Please be assured of our very best efforts on behalf of the children and we look forward to an excellent school year.
Mrs. Joy Oliva
Principal Sewell School

School Profile

Sewell School is one of three elementary schools in Mantua Township. The school serves a kindergarten through third grade population of approximately 300 students. Our school curriculum includes programs in art, music, library, physical education, computer education, Spanish, speech, guidance, and basic skills instruction. Each of these special areas is taught by a certified teacher holding the appropriate teaching certification.  Other exciting activities that take place each year include the art show, curriculum fair, and field day.

With regard to our school facility, the Sewell School has internet connections in each classroom which are connected to a Local Area Network. The Local Area Network is supported by a fiber optic connection which provides for the fastest possible communications both within and outside the school building. The school highlights a computer lab, a modern media center, full size gymnasium-cafeteria and a well equipped playground. Sewell School is fully air-conditioned and endeavors to provide the best possible learning environment for children.

December Happenings

December 1st - Tree Lighting
  • Chestnut Branch Park
  • 6:00 pm
December 5th - Holiday Concert for Students
  • @JMT
  • 9:00-11:15 am
December 8th - Holiday Bazaar
  • Pre K
  • Kindergarten
  • Grade 1
December 9th - Holiday Bazaar
  • Grade 2
  • Grade 3
December 13th - District Family Nigh
  • No Homework
December 16th - Polar Express Activities
  • wear pajamas (no slippers please)
December 16th - Report Cards Distributed
December 16th - Movie Night
  • 6:30 - 8:30 pm
  • Grades 1-3
December 19th - Dress Rehearsal for Holiday Concert
  • 1:30 (students only)
December 21st - Holiday Concert
  • 9:30 am
December 22nd - Classroom Parties
  • 2:30 pm
December 23rd - Early Dismissal
  • 1:15 pm
December 26th - January 2nd - Winter Recess

Third Grade Thanksgiving Feast


First Grade Celebrating the 50th Day of School!


Kindergarten Story Hour

Veterans Day Poster Contest Winner

Congratulations to Bobby Branyan for winning the poster contest at Sewell School!

Sewell School showing support for our Veterans!


Halloween Fun at Sewell School!


Fire Prevention Poster Winners

Our fire prevention poster winners are (from left to right) Anita Evans, Kenzie McConnell, Olivia Wessel, Brookelynne Jackson, Gianna Gagliardi, Emma Rudloph and Saiena Sohal.  Not pictured are Richie Buckman and Camrym Coyne.

Character Ed Displays

Summer Reading Program

“Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body.”
Joseph Addison
This summer, Sewell School students were encouraged to complete a variety of activities to promote reading and maintain the literacy skills they learned during the school year.  Students who participated went above and beyond to complete grade level appropriate tasks.  Each student earned a bookmark, award, and pencil for their efforts.  Way to go!
Grade 3 -  Mrs. Spinozzi/Ms. Covely - Finn Sullivan and Alyssa Pierson
               Mrs. Kositck/Ms.Pompe  - Robbie Dickson
Grade 2 -  Mrs. Jacob - Brady Sing and Chase Torchia
         Mrs. Cusack - Sophia O'Mara  (not pictured))

Preschool Teddy Bear Parade


Butterfly Parade

Mantua Township School District held its annual Monarch Magic butterfly parade on September 23.  For more than 14 years, Monarchs have been raised in the second-grade classroom under the direction of teacher Debra Kain.  Sewell School's butterfly garden is a registered conservation waystation developed to aid Monarch butterflies on their journey as they migrate to Mexico. 

First Days of School