Friday, June 16, 2017

June 16, 2017 Newsletter

Dear Parents,

We had a busy and exciting week!

On Monday, we participated in a science engineering project with Mr. Musselman where students were building structures to protect a Popsicle from melting in the sun.  They did a great job working together in groups to build different shade structures.

We had a wonderful trip to Boston on Wednesday and had a productive Cleaning Day on Thursday.  The rest of the week was filled with writing, reading books, and finishing up some of our projects.

We started learning about Community Helpers today and will continue into next week.  We were excited to have Sofia’s mom come in to talk about her job as a nurse at a rehab facility.  She also gave some great tips on general safety.  She reminded students to always wear a helmet when riding a bike, be careful crossing the street, wear a seat belt in the car, and don’t run near a pool.  We are looking forward to visits from a couple more community helpers next week!

We will be walking to Simonds Park on Tuesday.  More information about the trip will go home on Monday.  We will provide pizza and drinks and children will be dismissed from the park.  You are welcome to either walk with us or join us at the park.  We will be leaving the school around 9:30am.

Our last day of school will be next Friday, June 23rd.  Dismissal will be around 11:15am.  I sent a form home today.  Please be sure to fill it out and send it back as soon as possible.  Thanks!

I want to wish all of you wonderful fathers a very Happy Father’s Day.  Thank you for all you do every day for your children and families.

Have a great weekend!


PS...If your child will not be here on the last day of school, please let me know so I can send some of their work home ahead of time.  Thanks!

Also, we are going to be going to the library one more time this week.  Please be sure to return any library books.  Children will be given the option of borrowing a book for the summer that will need to be returned in September.  If you would not like your child to borrow a book, please let me know.

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