Extremely Important for ASPEN
Please complete the Student Workflow and Parent Workflow in ASPEN. When filling out the Parent Workflow, please be sure to fill in your cell number in the SMS section to receive text messages. For the Student Workflow, in addition to the Parent contacts, we ask for additional contacts to be listed in the event the parent/guardian is unreachable.
All families can contact email@example.com if you have any questions accessing the parent portal.
Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. To commemorate this, Marshfield Public Schools is going gold!
Next week, your child’s school will be aiming to fill the gold boot (located in the front office) with spare change. All week long, students are invited to bring spare change to put in the boot. All money will be donated to South Shore Action for Hope, who fundraise for pediatric cancer research. Through this fundraiser, we are aiming to give pediatric cancer the boot!
On Friday, September 23rd, all schools in the district will participate in a Go Gold Day. We invited our students to wear yellow or gold on this day to raise awareness of pediatric cancer and close out Go Gold Week.
From the Nurse
SNACKS / WATER BOTTLES: Please send your child to school each day with a healthy snack (including short days on Wednesdays) and re-fillable water bottle.
VISION AND HEARING: Vision and hearing screening will start soon for all grades. If you would like your child to opt out of vision and hearing screenings, please send a handwritten note (addressed to Nurse Julie Stiles) to school with your request to opt out by September 20.
Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns!
SRS School Nurse