We have enjoyed a beautiful fall but noticing that the temperatures are dropping especially mornings. We continue to encourage students to make sure they have a sweatshirt or jacket for the chilly mornings and unexpected rainy days. Walkers and car riders do wait outside each morning for the doors to open at 7:55. Breakfast is available 7:40 in the cafeteria every morning. Students can take breakfast and wait for school to start in the cafeteria if they wish.
Students have celebrated Fire Prevention Week and Red Ribbon Week. Both send important messages to all students complementing our PRRS, Pride, Respect, Responsibility, and Safety. Thank you to Mrs. Clement, Mr. Lanich and classroom teachers for supporting these efforts.
Safety, we remind students daily about ways to practice safety whether while walking to school or upcoming Halloween. We join you and share in all these practices. We will be sponsoring a Middle School (grades 6 - 8) dance with our community friends from Impact Fair Haven, Friday, October 28th from 7:00 - 9:00. It is a costume dance but NO masks.
Several activities upcoming in November. Fall sports/activities have concluded and we will begin winter ones in November. 8th grades will visit the Community College of VT November 3rd. A school-wide positive behavior program with Jared Campbell will be on November 2. Grade 5 continues participation in the Star Base Program on Wednesday in Rutland. First Trimester report cards go home November 22. Parent-Teacher conferences will be scheduled after report cards. Check our website as new items are added regularly.
Special Note: Halloween candy. We ask students not to bring their candy collection to school for many obvious reasons. A piece (one) of candy is acceptable as a treat after lunch. We do ask for parent support with this request. Our thanks.