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    NORTH INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL

    NOVEMBER 2017

    Grade 4:

    Ella Dong-Room 105 nominated by Mrs. Wood

    Justin Keohan-Room 102 nominated by Ms. Tener

    Shane McDonald-Room 103 nominated by Ms. Drury

    Vinny Vindice-Room 207 nominated by Mrs. Barry

     

    Grade 5:

    Abby Cournoyer-Room 204 nominated by Mrs. Pasternak

    Leila Hurley-Room 200 nominated by Mrs. Burke

    Dylan Ward-Room 203 nominated by Mrs. DiVacri

     

    Specialists:

    Kaylee Heffernan-Room 203 nominated by Ms. DiLullo

    Jonathon Morad-Room 206 nominated by Ms. DiLullo

    Sadie Winchell-Room 207 nominated by Ms. DiLullo

     

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  • SoM

    NORTH INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL

    OCTOBER 2017

     

    Grade 4:

    Ian Brazell-Room 105 nominated by Mrs. Wood

    Pravya Ramesh-Room 102 nominated by Ms. Tener

    Olivia Saragosa-Room 207 nominated by Mrs. Barry

    Nolan Surprenant-Room 207 nominated by Mrs. Ferrara

     

    Grade 5:

    Logan Bentley-Room 202 nominated by Mrs. DePanfilis

    Emily Cronin-Room 203 nominated by Mrs. DiVacri

     

    Specialists:

    Nathan Jordan -Room 204 nominated by Mr. Bell

    Gus Lambert-Room 105 nominated by Ms. DiLullo

     

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  • November 1, 2017

    Dear North Families,

    Thank you for all of your support with the WEF Walk yesterday and with #socktober!  The Student Council has collected 586 pairs of socks and exceeded their goal!  We will be working with We’re One Wilmington to get those donations to those in need!!

    Mrs. Farnham, our School Counselor, is interested in getting feedback on a possible Chess Club.  Please fill out the survey below if you child is interested in playing or learning how to play chess.

    https://goo.gl/forms/WMjiwyTqb3pVq7OH2

    November is here, and we begin a very busy season of events.  In the next few weeks, we will be practicing some of our safety drills.  Those include fire drills, evacuation procedures and ALiCE drills.  Please take a moment to review the attached story with your child about school safety.  Teachers will be reviewing the document, as well.

    Beginning today, students will be participating in our yearly Vision and Hearing Testing.  This will take place over the next three days.

    Next week is an unusual week, as there are no classes on Tuesday, November 7th (Staff Professional Development) or Friday, November 10th (Veterans Day observance).

    Please take a look at other important dates below:

    TODAY---FRIDAY-Vision and Hearing Tests

    Thursday, November 2ndNorthside PAC Meeting 9a.m. @ WSS

    Tuesday, November 7thNo School

    Wednesday, November 8th-SPIRIT DAY---Gratitude Day

    Wednesday, November 8th-Picture Re-take Day

    Thursday, November 9th-ALICE Drill

    Friday, November 10thNo School Veterans Day observed

    Wednesday, November 15th-Grade 5 iRobot Presentation

    Wednesday, November 22nd--Early Dismissal 11:25a.m

    If you child is having their picture re-taken, please send in your original picture package on Wednesday, November 8th.  For those students who were absent for School Picture Day, there are extra brochures in the front office.  Lifetouch can answer any questions that you may have www.mylifetouch.com or 508-485-9805 or obterritory@lifetouch.com

    Have a great day,

    Ms. McMenimen

     

    Click here to download a copy of this letter!

     


     

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    NORTH INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL

    SEPTEMBER 2017

    Grade 4:

    Lily McLaughlin-Room 103 nominated by Ms. Drury

    Justin Fricia-Room 211 nominated by Mrs. Reynolds

     

    Grade 5:

    Giselli De Oliveira-Room 200 nominated by Mrs. Burke

    Tyler Marinho-Room 206 nominated by Mrs. Iascone

     

    Specialists:

    Isabella Hart-Room 205 nominated by Ms. DiLullo

    Ava DiNitto-Room 205 nominated by Mr. Bell

    Joshua Burton-Room 104 nominated by Mrs. Quigley

    Matthew Carpinella-Room 206 nominated by Mrs. Quigley

     

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  • September 6, 2017

    Dear North Families,

    Thank you for a great first week!  The students have been so responsible and cooperative!  We are on our way to a great school year!

    Several parents have had questions regarding transportation, dismissal notes, and car rider information.

    I thought I would include a helpful sheet about attendance (please see attached) and provide the requirements for transportation.

    If you need additional info, the Elementary Student Parent Handbook is on our North web page.

    https://ma02202663.schoolwires.net/site/Default.aspx?PageID=89

    If your student is a car rider (or walkerevery day, please send in a note to your child’s classroom teacher (if you have not already done so).

    If your child’s bus number has changed (not likely) from last year, please let us know in writing and we will update in Aspen.

    In order to prepare for the upcoming school year and better facilitate communication with all of our families, I ask all parents and guardians to take a moment and update your emergency contact and medical information in our ASPEN system.

    If you have any trouble accessing ASPEN please go to the Aspen Help page on the WPS website (http://wpsk12.com/resources/aspenhelp/) or contact the Aspen Help desk at aspenhelp@wpsk12.com

    Also, there are sign-off permissions for photographs, social media and technology use here at the school.

    Thank you for taking the time to do this as soon as possible!!

    Thank you for getting your students here on time this past week---regular attendance and 8:10 arrival at school are so important to academic success!

    Much appreciation for your review of this information,

    Ms. McMenimen

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  • The Wilmington Public Schools provides a challenging, relevant, personalized educational experience that promotes both the academic success and the social and emotional well-being of all students. Well-trained and highly qualified staff provide students with multiple ways to demonstrate individual learning and growth, and prepare them for success in school, work, and life.

     

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