Games, yoga, film, design, so much fun! See the brochure for details: L’After Session 4 Brochure FY18
Send in your signup before Monday 2/26.
Our second work session is this Saturday, February 10th, from 9:00-11:00 in the Junior High. If you are interested in being a part of this, I encourage you to come.
February 27, 6:30pm-8:00pm Marlboro Elementary School
The Marlboro Library Board and the Marlboro Elementary School will be hosting the second event in the Brown Girl Dreaming initiative on Tuesday evening, February 27 from 6:30-8, in the Jr. High Room at MES.
Continue reading “Poetry Event”
It may be old-fashioned but it still works best to send a written note (dated and signed) to school whenever your student has alternate travel plans or any changes and notifications from you to the school. Also please call 254-2668 when your student will be absent or tardy. E-mail is fine for follow-up but may not get where they need to go. Thank you!
We have been having quite a few colds, coughs, aches and more severe illness this week. Knowing when it is just a cold and when it is the flu can be confusing as the flu can present with mild symptoms similar to a cold. Both are respiratory illnesses and are caused by a virus. Generally a flu can have more intense symptoms such as fever (can go as high as 103-105 with children), body aches, chills. If your child has these symptoms call your provider; they can test for the flu and track it and if it is caught early they may treat with an antiviral medicine which can lessen symptoms and shorten the duration of illness.
Remember no matter the illness but particularly with a high fever, keep hydrated. If your child cannot keep much down try a medicine cup amount of water at a time. Please remember to keep your child home if they have a fever, serious cough, greenish nasal drainage, vomiting, or diarrhea. Regarding fevers, keep your child home until they are fever-free for 24 hours without any fever-reducing medicine such as tylenol or motrin. For more information check the CDC (Center for Disease Control)website, www.cdc.gov.
We had a very nice meeting last Tuesday and there was a good turnout even with the inclement weather. Overall, parents were very excited about moving to a public preschool. If you are interested in either being on the interview committee for the new teachers or helping to shape the programming, please let me know. We will be starting this work in the coming weeks. Here is the presentation from our meeting for you to review: Community Meeting – Public Preschool
January 2 – February 15
Registration is due 12/20
L’After Session 3 Brochure 2017-2018
NGSS Standardized Testing: NGSS (Next Generation Science Standards) assessments will begin this Spring and will replace the NECAP. In addition to changes in the science standards, grade 5 will be assessed instead of grade 4. Students in grades 8 and 11 will continue to be assessed as well that’s why resources as saps ibu bapa are important to approving these tests. I have attached the official memo for your reference:
New Next Generation Science Standards-Aligned Assessment
MSA has provided funds for the following projects.
- A chicken coop for the Primary grade.
- Wind turbine kits for North EL.
- New vises for Design Tech.
- Yoga mats for Kindergarten.
- Field research funds.
- Act 46 expenses.
￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼Thank you MSA for your continued generosity.