Naquag Happenings!

End of February, Beginning of March!

March 2020 Naquag Newsletter:

The March 2020 Naquag Newsletter has been posted to the Naquag website.

For your convenience: March 2020 Naquag Newsletter


Dr. Seuss Week! March 2 - March 6:

Monday March 2: "One Fish. Two Fish!"

PTO Estimation Jar - One jar per grade level!

Tuesday March 3: "Green Eggs and Ham!"

Wear Green Day! (No face paint / hair color)

Wed. March 4: "Wacky Wednesday"

Dress Wacky -Mismatched clothes, backward clothes, etc. (No face paint / hair color)

Thursday March 5: "My Many Colored Days!"

Wear Many Colors! (No face paint - hair color)

Friday March 6: "Oh the Places You Will Go!"

Wear a shirt from somewhere you've been / want to go.

OR Wear shirt of favorite sport team or special event

OR Wear Red/White/Blue


Voting Day is Tuesday, March 3. We continue to work with town officials to ensure that our students are safe during the school day. There will be police presence during the day plus all poll workers have been WRSD CORI’d. The safety of our students is the top priority of the Naquag staff.


PTO Basket Raffle - Classroom Baskets Donations (Due 3/6/20)

Classroom Themes:

K Baldwin Outside Fun

K Balyk Travel The US

K Borges Spring Gardening

K Knight New England Sports

K Nichols Baking

1 Little Dogs & Puppies

1 McCormack Arts & Crafts

1 Strong Family Fun Night

1 Szczuka Birds, Birds, Birds!

1 White Italian

2 Allyn Sensational Science/Exciting Experiments

2 Anderson Summer Fun

2 Esposito At the Beach

2 Humphrey Gift Card Collection

2 Jordan Scratch Tickets Galore


Superintendent McCall recently shared updates concerning the Novel Coronavirus to Wachusett parents. At Naquag, we continue to be vigilant in cleaning and sanitizing our building. Our school nurse, Nurse Amy, will be visiting classrooms this week to remind children of the importance of washing hands and other healthy tips. Also, we respectfully share general precautions we all should take to remain healthy.

  • Wash your hands often and thoroughly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands. Use alcohol-based hand sanitizer when soap and water are not available.

  • When coughing and sneezing, cover your mouth and nose with a tissue. You can also cough or sneeze into your sleeve but not your hands.

  • Avoid sharing drinking glasses, cups, eating utensils, dishes, towels or other items. Wash these items thoroughly with soap and water after use.

  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick whenever possible.

Children should stay home from school when they are ill. Students should not return to school until they have been fever free without medication for 24 hours.
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