Roadtown Feb. 17, 2017 

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DATES TO REMEMBER

 

Monday, Feb. 20 – Friday, Feb. 24

Winter Recess – NO SCHOOL

 

Monday, February 27

Invasion Games Club with Mr. Carra

3:15-4:00pm

 

Tuesday, February 28

School Council Homework Forum

3:45-4:45pm

 

Wednesday, March 1

5th and 6th Grade Field Trip to ARHS Musical, “Anything Goes!”

9:00-11:30am

 

Wednesday, March 1

Preschool Open House

12:00-1:00pm

 

Thursday, March 2

Read Across America & Dr. Seuss’s Birthday Celebration

 

Thursday, March 2

PTO Meeting

6:30-7:30pm

 

Monday, March 6

Safety Committee Meeting

8:15-8:45am

 

Monday, March 6

Invasion Games Club with Mr. Carra

3:15-4:00pm

 

Tuesday, March 7

Community Network for Children Council Meeting, Conference Room

6-7:30pm

 

February 17, 2017

Dear Moose,

Once again, we are finishing out a shorter week due to the snow. Your child will be coming home with a report card today. Teachers at SES spend hours ensuring that each child has an accurate and meaningful report card. If you have questions regarding the report card, please contact your child's teacher to schedule a time to talk about your questions or concerns.

We wish all families a safe and fun February vacation. When we see students back at school in 2 weeks, we will be ready to welcome March in.

After break:

  • February 27th- Mr. Carra's after school invasion game club begins (permission slip required)
  • February 28th - School Council forum on Homework 3:45-4:45
  • March 1st- Pre-K Open House for 2017-2018 school year
  • March 1st- Grades 5 & 6 Field trip to Amherst High School Musical, Anything Goes
  • March 2nd- Read Across America Day! Dr. Seuss Day at SES
  • March 2nd- PTO meeting 6:30 pm

See you on February 27th!

Jackie Mendonsa



***MOOSE SIGHTINGS!!***

Artwork by Brendon of 6th Grade

SES moose




***MOOSE INTERVIEW OF THE WEEK***

Ella from Kindergarten/1st Grade!

(Ella’s recommended headline:) 

6 Year Old Girl Does Double Flip in the Air While Eating Cheese at a Family Reunion Talent Show!

EE

JCB:  What is your favorite thing to do at school?
EE:  Go to Nurse Sandy because she has books that I can read while she’s checking me.

JCB:  What do you like to do when you’re at home?
EE:  Do Kid Pix on the computer.  Kid Pix is something where you can make abstract art.  There’s paint, text tool, etcetera.  There’s a lot.  Remember that little octagon or circle and you click on it and he says something and my favorite thing that the man in the blue circle says is, “I gotta muck.”

JCB:  What is your favorite food?
EE:  Chocolate chip cookies.

JCB:  If you were President what would be the first thing you would do?
EE:  Make a law for eating candy first thing in the morning which would be fun for the kids…if I was Kid President!

JCB:  What would you like  to be when you grow up?
EE:  A teacher.

JCB:  What kind of training do you need for that?
EE:  I do have the training already.  Practice playing school with your stuffies or mom and dad.

EE:  I think you forgot to ask me one thing.  What do I like to do best with my daddy?
JCB:  Okay, what do you like to do best with your daddy?
EE:  Practice karate!  We do karate battles!  (See photo.)


***SCHOOL NEWS***

MARCH 2ND IS NATIONAL READ ACROSS AMERICA DAY!

and DR. SEUSS BIRTHDAY FUN DAY!

We will be celebrating the day throughout the school and in the library. Students are invited to wear:  silly socks, styles of dress in the Dr. Seuss fashion, Dr. Seuss silly hairstyles…

If you would like to be a “Guest Reader” for the day, and read a Dr. Seuss book to a class, please contact: Ms. Larson at 1-413-259-1212 ext. 125 or larsonc@shutesburyschool.org.

THANKS!

Ms. Larson, Title 1 Reading

 

Dear SES Families,

This spring the fifth grade class is beginning a project investigating the life and work of scientists. In preparing for this project we are reaching out to the wider SES community requesting contacts of scientists that you know that might be a great fit to add to our list.

We are looking for scientists who love their work and are passionate about sharing it with the next generation. With the support of technology and the wonderful Ms. Lee and Ms. L, we are interested in scientists that not only live and work locally, but globally. Ideally, the scientist would be available to communicate with our budding scientists from April to June via letters, email, Skype/Facetime and phone.

Please share any and all contacts by emailing me at bergmannv@shutesburyschool.org. Thank you in advance to helping to bring even more collaboration, critical thinking and real life projects into our wonderful school!

Best,

Vanessa Bergmann and the fifth grade class


***PTO NEWS*** 

ONLINE SHUTESBURY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL APPAREL STORE COMING BACK SOON!  The online store will be open again from January 30 – February 24 with a delivery of mid-March.  If you are interested in purchasing SES sweatshirts, long sleeved shirts, hats, or bags visit https://shutesburyelementaryschool.itemorder.com/ between those dates and place your order online!

If you would like to purchase an SES t-shirt please email the PTO at shutesburypto@gmail.com (we have these in stock and can get them to you quickly!). 


***COMMUNITY NEWS***

Community dinner to benefit the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)

When: Friday February 17th 6-8pm

Where: Shutesbury Athletic Club.

Enjoy a delicious dinner and good company while supporting an important organization. Serving venison, chicken, and vegetarian chili, rice, cornbread, salad, and desserts. $6-9 with additional donations welcome.

All proceeds will be donated to the ACLU.   Organized by Jake and Leah Stinson, Jaime Donta and friends!


Multi-Arts School of the Arts Programs & Camps 

February Vacation Activities for children ages 4 to 12

Sign up for one day, two days or the whole week!

Multi-Arts programs expose and encourage children to explore different forms of artistic expression. Throughout the week they work with professional artist in the fields of drama, art, black-light theater, mime, music, funk styles and flamenco dance, and creative writing. 

“What is truly rare and special is the amount of support, flexibility, and tolerance offered by everyone involved, creating an environment where being who you are and trying something new is not just accepted but encouraged.” Sandra M., Amherst

Camps in Amherst and Northampton -- February 20-24

For more information and to register, please visit our website: www.multi-arts.org, or email us:  info@multi-arts.org

Register today! Space is limited…

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Posted by carlson-belangerj On 17 February, 2017 at 2:53 PM