Moreau's Monthly Messenger - M3
A Message from Mr. H.
Next week at Moreau Hall is Teacher Appreciation Week (May 7-11). It is a time to celebrate our teachers and acknowledge what an important job they do each day. I feel so very fortunate to be in a community like Moreau Hall. Our PAC and all the parent volunteers really do a wonderful job of supporting our school family and showing our faculty and staff just how much they appreciate them. We have built a great team here at our school. Thank you to our Teachers! I am continuously impressed by what you do on a daily basis. It is an honor and privilege to watch you work.
Hawk of the Month Celebration
Wednesday, May 2
PK-2 Parent Information Night - Anxiety in Children - Center School 6:30 pm
Friday, May 4
Whole School Assembly - Keith Johnson "Bubbleguy" - Wild about Weather
Monday, May 7 - Friday, May 11
Teacher Appreciation Week
Wednesday, May 9
Ms. Police's class to visit Sheep Pasture - 9:30 am
Miss Jolly's class to visit Sheep Pasture - 12:30 pm
Thursday, May 10
Sheep Pasture to visit Kindergarten classes
Friday, May 11
Promised Land Enrichment Assembly for Grade 2 - 9:15 am
Early Release Day for PK-12
Sunday, May 13
Wednesday, May 16
PAC Meeting - 7:00 pm
Thursday, May 17
Miss Money and the Coins Enrichment Assembly - 9:15 am
Miss Money and the Coins Enrichment Assembly - 10:15 am
Friday, May 18
Harvard Museum Field Trip - Grade 2
Monday, May 21
Town Meeting - Oliver Ames High School - 7:00 pm
Friday, May 25
Field Day (Friday, June 1 - Rain date)
Monday, May 28
Memorial Day - No School
Friday, June 8
Roger Williams Zoo Field Trip - Grade 1 (Monday, June 11 - Rain date)
Tuesday, June 12
Second Grade Spring Sing - 10:00 am and 6:00 pm
Thursday, June 14
Science Fair - Grade 2
Friday, June 15
Last day of School for PK and K
Sheep Pasture Pollinator Program - Grade 1 - 12:15 pm and 1:20 pm
Monday, June 18 - Wednesday, June 20
Thursday, June 21
Last day of School for Grades 1 and 2 - Early Release Day
Mr. Dennison's Music Notes
In April, Kindergarten finished their unit on train songs. They learned songs and chants for different parts of a train, and finished with one of my favorite pieces of music The Little Train of the Caipira. We use movement and imagination in class to reach students who are still finding their singing voice. 1st grade also finished a large unit of songs in Spanish. There is the challenge of learning the songs, while also finding the meaning of the words and songs. There are a few Spanish-speaking students that helped us out.
2nd grade classes have begun working on the annual Spring Sing. They will learn a class song and several combined songs to present in concert near the end of the year. I will send more information in a letter to second grade families. They seem excited about the song choices. We change our regular routine of music class into a “rehearsal”. It is a busy and important time for them!
Thanks for reading!
Song: Engine Number 9 (chant), LIttle Red Caboose (song)
Concept/Activity: Using train sounds to discuss our speaking and singing voice
Song: San Serani and Mulberry Bush
Concept/Activity: Motions to act out musical ideas
Concept/Activity: Vocal and body warm-ups, preparing for a performance
Click below to see the latest from Moreau Hall's Physical Education Class with Mrs. Karns
Second Grade Community Service - Chores for Veterans
PMC Kids Ride - April 28
We enjoyed another amazing Spring-o Bingo here at Moreau Hall during Turn Off the TV Week on Thursday, April 26th. Both sessions were at capacity, and so many of our kiddos won prizes which were generously donated by families. Thank you to our Moreau Hall PAC for coordinating such a wonderful event. Hawk Holla to Mrs. Carulli for emceeing the evening's Bingo games. There's no one better!A special thanks to all the generous families who purchased baked goods to benefit the Moreau Hall Scholarship Fund. Our teachers and I are very appreciative! Over $400 was raised and will go to graduating seniors!
Grade 2 STEM Night
Day of Kind'Ness' 2018
On Thursday, April 26th Seniors from Oliver Ames High School spread out all around the Town of Easton to give back to the community in honor of Devin Ness, an OA student who died unexpectedly in January of 2013. A group of Seniors, many of whom attended our school, came to Moreau Hall to weed, mulch, rake, and trim bushes. Mr. Hammond, our school custodian, and Mrs. Finch, our PAC Co-Chair, found plenty for them to do while they were here. Thank you to the Ness Family, Cindy Hall (Devin’s 4th grade teacher), and Wes Paul (OA Principal) for coordinating such a successful event that promotes community involvement and service. It sets such a wonderful example for our young students to see high schoolers giving back to their community in honor of Devin.
Grade 2 Parents - Mark you calendar!
PAC News - Parent Advisory Council
Our next PAC meeting on Wednesday, May 16th is an important one! The Moreau Hall Parent Advisory Council is in need of Executive Board Members and volunteers for a great number of events. As some of our second grade parents leave our school it creates volunteer openings for many areas. The Moreau Hall Family needs your help!
We are also in need of a great many volunteers for our annual Field Day on Friday, May 25th. This is a wonderful culminating event for our students and families and we hope you can join us. We are in particular need of Kindergarten parents to escort small groups of students around during the day. An up to date CORI needs to be on file with the school.
Our PAC and parent volunteers help to make Moreau Hall a special place to learn. We appreciate your support!
Executive Board Members
Kristen Finch and Colleen Pantazelos – Co-Chairpersons
Michelle Greco – Vice ChairpersonChrissy Sierra – Treasurer
Eve Reed – Secretary
The final meeting of the Parent Advisory Council will be held on
Wednesday, May 16th at 7:00 pm
in the Moreau Hall Library.
All are welcome!
More information to follow!
Mark your calendar now for PAC Meeting dates...
May 16 @ 7:00 pm
Email PAC at email@example.com
Follow PAC on Facebook at www.facebook.com/moreauhallpac
Moreau Hall students, teachers, parents, and community members take P.R.I.D.E. in being a “bucket-filling” school. In order to provide a positive child-centered learning experience for all students we will follow our five core values:
Positive Attitude, Respect, Involvement, Determination, and Excellence
Be a “bucket filler” and show your Hawk P.R.I.D.E.!
Believe in yourself and your abilities and those of your classmates
Believe that effort will improve your future
Stay motivated, even when things don’t go well
Be excited and energized about learning
Take care of yourself
Treat others as you want to be treated
Take care of your school
Embrace new ideas
Help your Moreau Hall family
Make a difference in your community
Share your talents
Show enthusiasm and actively participate
Finish what you start
Stay committed to your goals
Keep working hard even when you feel like quitting
Strive to be your personal best
Listen to understand
Show gratitude for all you have
Created with student input by the Moreau Hall School Council - January 2015
Moreau Hall Mission Statement
The mission of Moreau Hall Elementary School is to provide a positive, child-centered learning experience for all students.