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    September 2017

     

    Drop-off Procedures

    If your child is a car rider during arrival, you may walk your child to the front door at 7:45am where a staff member will greet you. Only AM Pre-K parents may bring their children into the cafeteria.

     

    Change of Transportation

    If on any day your child needs to change his/her dismissal transportation to a car rider, please write a letter to the teacher. Include the name of the person picking up your child in your letter. Reminder, we will require photo identification upon pick up.

     

    New Staff Members

    I would like to welcome the following new staff members to our team:

    Mrs. Jaclyn Costello – Stepping Stones Classroom Teacher

    Mrs. Carrie Fitch – School Adjustment Counselor

    Ms. Alexandra Perry – Speech & Language Pathologist 

    Ms. Kathleen McNamara – Art Teacher

    Mrs. Melanie Patterson – Library Teacher

     

    Parent Advisory Council

    Our first PAC meeting will be Wednesday, September 13, 2017 beginning at 9:30am in the Boutwell café. If you are interested in becoming an active member and hearing about the exciting opportunities for the 2017-2018 school year, please join us! We look forward to seeing you!

     

    Physical Education Reminder

    To ensure your child’s safety, we ask that your child wear sneakers on the days he/she has gym class. Thank you!

     

    Lunch Menu

    The monthly lunch menu is available online at www.wilmington.k12.ma.us under the resources then food service tabs.

     

    Open House

    You are cordially invited to attend our Open House on Thursday, September 14, 2017.

    • Pre-K: 6:00-6:30pm
    • Kindergarten: 6:30-7:30pm

    Your child’s teacher will share grade-level curriculum and classroom routines. Please report directly to your child’s classroom. I would like to remind you that this event is intended for parents only.

     

    September Community Project

    Each month, students at the Boutwell Early Childhood Center will participate in a community project. This month, we will be reading the story, Only One You by Linda Kranz and learning about the importance of being kind, safe, thankful, and always trying your best even when it’s hard. This book supports our goal of implementing School Wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports at the Boutwell. In addition, students will be creating fish stone paintings to display at the entrance of the school. Keep your eyes out for our creations! 

     

    Twitter

    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

    September 13th – PAC Meeting in Boutwell café at 9:30am

    September 14th – Open House

    September 14th and 15th – Book Fair (information sent via email)

    September 21st – Patriot’s Pride Day for Preschool

    September 22nd – Patriot’s Pride Day for Kindergarten

    September 29th – Early Release – Dismissal at 10:15am

    October 9th – No School – Columbus Day

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

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