Enter all pledges at funrun. Best of all, your family can access these resources from home! At last Citywide meeting, they talked about chaotic drop off and pick ups. We would love for you to come join in the excitement! Week 2 Update The raffle ticket sales are soaring! Dave Blaton , and assembled parents.
Quincy Elks donated dictionaries to all 3rd graders. Student Council canned food drive was a great success! Joe Kelly day which was organized by Joe and the mayors office was a great day and lots of fun for everyone. Dave Blaton , and assembled parents. We might be putting some of the bake sale funds toward things for the 5th graders such as t-shirts and yearbooks. Thank you to all our volunteers for helping with book fair, bake sale, Docent Art, Reading Counts, etc.
We have already sold qs of tickets and have many requests pending. Teachers are loving them and how much they are able to do on them.
They also discussed homework guidelines at the citywide meeting and what thoughts are about them guidelines being rewritten. He also asked at the citywide meeting about a formal cell phone policy. Thomas Ahearn from the 5th grade.
More tickets are on the way! Week 3 Update As we enter the final stretch of the Disney raffle event, here are week 3 winners by class: He will join us for our Veterans Day assembly.
Permanent link to this article: Week 3 Class Participation This is cumulative percentage of class participation over 3 weeks: Made with by Graphene Themes. Dave will consult head nurse, Rita Bailey regarding whether or not there is a formal lice policy in our school system.
Squantum School PTO
Bruce Ayers was at our Veterans Day assembly and awarded a bike to our summer reading winner, Lily Quilty. Enhancements to bathrooms are on a to-do list.
Week 2 Class Participation The number of students participating in ticket sales is also increasing. We will have a half day this week on both Tuesday and Wednesday and then no school Thursday and Friday for Thanksgiving homswork.
We applaud our students, parents, family members and friends for their efforts in raising money for our school. Please send a note if a dismissal is planned for your child or if someone else is picking them up. Week 2 Update The raffle ticket sales are soaring!
Once you register homrwork your students personalized Star Video to share with family and friends to ask them to support your student. These classes had the highest student participation over two weeks:.
Week 1 Update We have already sold out of tickets and have many requests pending.
MCAS scores from last school year should be at the school the last week in September and then mailed home first or second week of October. The number of students participating in ticket sales is also increasing. The schools citywide are looking to hire more lunch matrons. Savannah Sandpiper has been painted in the middle of the gym floor which reminds students of positive behavior PBIS.
6th Grade – Broad Meadows Middle School
Tentative schedule for remaining months is: No cars are to enter the back lot for drop off homrwork pick up…this area is reserved for the busses. Questions about homework policies? Would hmoework a big project. Student Council canned food drive was a great success! Sylvia …Possibilities to use some money toward interactive technology in every grade except K.
Corwin K The class in 4th place is only behind by 8 tickets! The raffle ticket sales are soaring! Toy drive will be coming up next.