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    June 2018

    Field Day

    Our Annual Field Day is scheduled for Tuesday, June 12, 2018. All Room 11 PM preschool students will be joining the AM students from 8:00am-10:30am on this day. Please be sure to apply sunscreen at home before your child comes to school. Also, we recommend that your child wear light comfortable clothing, a hat, socks and sneakers (no sandals) and bring a water bottle. There will be a variety of games and some water activities so your child may get wet. We’re looking forward to a fun-filled day!

    Lost and Found

    For the remainder of the year, our Lost & Found bin will be placed outside by the front entrance. If your child has lost an article of clothing or a personal item, please check inside the box. All items remaining after June 22nd will be donated. Thank you!

    PBIS Update

    The Boutwell PBIS team would like to thank all the parents/guardians who took the time to complete the survey that was sent home. We appreciate the feedback and will continue to work together to strengthen our practices and continue to provide our students with a safe and supportive school environment. Thank you for your continued support!

    Thank You

    I cannot believe the end of the year is quickly approaching. It seems like yesterday we were meeting for the first time at parent orientation. I want to thank you all for the support and generosity you have shown throughout the school year. The Boutwell School community is truly unique because of the collaboration between the students, parents, teachers, staff and administration. Together, we have had many successes and our students have acquired the skills needed to become lifelong learners. In addition, I would like to thank all the staff and recognize their hard work, dedication and willingness to go above and beyond for our students. I wish you all a wonderful summer filled with fun adventures with family and friends.  

    With much appreciation,

    Mrs. Walsh

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  • Our 2017 - 2018 Preschool Handbook is now available.  Click here to go to our Handbooks page.

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