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  • Festival of Trees

    Don’t forget to visit the WOW 6th Annual Festival of Trees on Saturday, December 2nd and Sunday, December 3rd at Villanova Hall. Our “Family Fun Night” tree will be on display! Thank you to all who donated items for this wonderful community event.

     Kindergarten Parent/Teacher Conferences

    There will be an early release day on Thursday, December 7th for Kindergarten parent/teacher conferences. Please be advised that all Kindergarten students and students in Room 1 and 12 will be dismissed at 10:15am. No lunches will be served.  Students in Room 11 will have a regular scheduled day. Please email your child’s teacher or call Mrs. Buco if you have any questions.

    Winter Clothing

    As the temperature is getting colder, I would like to remind parents to have their child wear a warm winter jacket, hat and mittens/gloves. We go outside for recess and we want the children to stay warm. Please make sure to label their clothing as well.

    Lost and Found

    If your child has lost an article of clothing or a personal item, please check the lost and found box located near the front door at the office.

    Acts of Kindness

    The PAC is sponsoring a fun holiday activity, “Practice Random Kindness” from December 4-12th. If you see your child doing something nice, special, or helpful for someone, please have them complete a “Kindness Coupon” and return it to school to be entered into a raffle. Each student has 4 kindness coupons to pass in for a chance to win a fun inflatable polar bear for your yard! J

    Thank You

    I would like to thank all the students and teachers who wrote letters to Veterans for our November community project. The letters were delivered to Louis Cimaglia, Director of Veteran Affairs in Wilmington, MA.

    December Community Project – Toys for Children

    This month the students will be collecting new, unused toys for any age, boy or girl for the Toys for Wilmington Children Holiday Drive that is sponsored by the Wilmington Fire Department. Donations can be placed in the box in the front office from December 1-18th. Your generosity and thoughtfulness will be greatly appreciated!

    Box Tops for Education

    Help support the PAC by clipping box top coupons from hundreds of your favorite products and bringing them to school. Each box top is worth 10 cents and they add up! You may send them in with your child or place them in the mailbox outside the front door. Visit www.boxtops4education.com for a product list.

    Anton’s Coats for Kids Drive

    We are collecting winter coats for children and adults. If you have gently used, good quality warm coats you would like to donate, you may place them in the wooden box located in the front hallway. They will be professionally cleaned and distributed to local social service agencies.

    Wilmington Educational Foundation Clothing Bin

    If you have gently used clothing, shoes, stuffed animals, etc. you would like to donate, you may place them in the WEF clothing bin located at the driveway of the school. For every ton, the WEF will receive $100 that will support educational opportunities for all our students.

    Parent Advisory Council

    Our next PAC meeting will be Wednesday, January 17, 2018 beginning at 9:30am in the conference room. We look forward to seeing you!


    Please follow the school’s Twitter account Boutwell School@Boutwell36 for school updates, general information and sneak peeks into the classrooms!            

    Upcoming Dates to Remember

    December 4th – Term 1 Report Cards go Home

    December 7th – Early Dismissal at 10:15am – Kindergarten Parent/Teacher Conference

    December 22nd – Early Dismissal at 10:15am

    December 25th- January 1st – Winter Break

    January 2nd – School Resumes


    Wishing you and your family a wonderful holiday season filled with love, happiness and laughter!

    Sincerely, The Boutwell Staff

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