From Mrs. Beaudin: Students in 4th and 5th grade celebrated Dot Day on September 15th! The students in 5th grade created their dots and used them as inspiration to write two different types of poetry. They wrote both a "Look Inside My Dot" and a "Pick a Color" poem. Students chose their favorites to share on our Growth Mindset wall! I am so very proud of the students creativity, originality, and grit!
What is Dot Day? It is a day inspired by author Peter Reynolds and his popular children's book, "The Dot."
International Dot Day is celebrated by adults and children for boosting courage so that their creative potential is released. It is a great day to connect and collaborate, and also to celebrate self-expression."
Thank you, Ms. Rieger, for these pictures and this story from a recent field trip.
Students from College Human Biology and SENIORS were invited to a special road trip to the ECHO CENTER in Burlington, Vermont. Unable to complete this field trip in the last 2 years, due to COVID, students were able to enjoy the outing on Thursday. The Echo Center is filled with hands-on science and math. The beautiful views of Lake Champlain were appreciated as well. Thank you to all the chaperones, Mrs. Breault, Mrs. McArdle and Mrs. Reynolds.
2021-2022 District Wide Safety Plan
Emergencies and violent incidents in school districts are critical issues that must be addressed in an expeditious and effective manner. Districts are required to develop a District-wide school safety plan designed to prevent or minimize the effects of serious violent incidents and emergencies and to facilitate the coordination of the District with local and county resources in the event of such incidents or emergencies. The District-wide plan is responsive to the needs of all schools within the district and is consistent with the more detailed emergency response plans required at the school building level. The District-wide School Safety Plan provides the framework for the Building-level Emergency Response Plan.....more