- Mar 23 Basketball Jamboree 5 pm
- Apr 9-13 JH Field Research Trip to Washington, DC
- Apr 16-20 NO SCHOOL – April Recess
- Apr 26 School Board Meet 6:30 pm
4/30-5/4 South El Field Research Trip to KEEC Camp
- May 28 NO SCHOOL – Memorial Day
- May 30 Art Show & Concert Night 6pm
- June 19 Est. Last Day of School IF no more snow days (5 to date 3/14)
Attached to paper Friday notes is a survey asking you to identify the ethnicity of your child. This information was not requested in the past, but is now required for our records. Here is a link to the survey: Ethnicity Survey If you would prefer to do a paper submission, please use the form that was sent home. We need this information as soon as possible. Thank you!
For the month of March the following students are representing our school in the Student Art Month Exhibit at Brooks Memorial Library:
- K: Louisa, Henry, Nella, Owen T., Felix, Owen
- Primary: Matrix, Milo, Vera, Mena, Juniper, Wycke
- N. El: Avah, McKenzie, Nane, Gabe, Juno, Chloe,
- S. El: Roxanne, Maise, Emily, Dillyn, Dante
- JH: Josh, Ritter, Austin, Camilla, Sarah, Willow, Phoenix, Edmund, Jeremiah, Anthony, Hannah
First Meeting – Friday, March 30th, 5:30pm
The Association of Marlboro Parents (AMP) is inviting all Marlboro parents, teachers, and community members to join us in an 8-part discussion series focused on social justice in our community. With the aid of a facilitator, we will be following the “Foundations in Social Justice for Parents & Educators Course” designed by Oak Meadow. The course begins with an exploration of the principles of social justice, and includes units on racial justice, economic justice, disability justice, and gender justice, as well as touching on many related topics.
What a wild end to the winter season! During the last four weeks, we have had 8.5 school days. I am really looking forward getting back to our normal schedule. Continue reading “Notes from Wayne”
Monday will be the official launch of our March Reading Challenge, which will run until Monday, April 9 (21 days). While the main goal of this challenge is to get kids excited about reading for pleasure, this year we are going to invite the broader community to support students’ efforts by donating to the school library. The money raised (per book or a flat amount) will help fund author visits and other library activities for this year and beyond. The fundraising part is totally streamlined and will be hosted by a site called 99pledges.com. You will be able to reach out to friends and family by email, Facebook, and Twitter, and any other ways you and your child choose to – online or offline. Each child will have their own personal reading goal and there will also be a school wide reading goal. We’ll provide a way at school for kids to track their reading based on their goals. Continue reading “March Reading Challenge”
by Vera in Primary, From The Poetry Studio
My long hair paints the blue sky,
the color of gold.
One red rose is in my hair, making my hair
as beautiful as the sun rising.
If people need help,
I help them with my loving heart.
If people are having war,
I spread my magic kindness all over the world.
￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼Another successful winter sports program! Many thanks to our volunteers and all the people who went the extra mile to make this happen.
Going home with print Friday Notes is information on what parents/guardians should do if there ever is an emergency. Please read them over and please contact me if you have any comments or questions.
The excitement was palpable after an announcement at Monday’s all school sing that there were books in the library looking for a “blind date.” In just three days, 41 books from the blind date display were checked out and three of those have already been read and returned! That means that more than half of the students in school participated. Ask your child if s/he chose a blind date book to read over vacation, and if so, what they thought of it.