Bridgewater Friday Update
Bear Pride: Respect, Responsibility, Be Safe, Do Your Best
December 11, 2020
I don't know how much longer that we will be in Distance Learning; there are a lot of factors to take into consideration before switching learning platforms. I will let you know as soon as I know. Please hang in there and let your child's teacher, case manager or me know if there is anything that you need.
Thank you so much for all your help and support! We could not do this without you as our partner!
Unplug and Talk
Random Acts of Kindness
Message from the Northfield Library
Here is the message for families:
“Countdown to Noon”, I’m really just hoping folks will do it anywhere (don’t have to tune in to library on Facebook)—wouldn’t it be fun to “celebrate” the end of this challenging year “together” simultaneously as Northfielders?
First Chapter Fridays, Fridays at noon (or any time afterwards), December 11-February 26, on Facebook and YouTube
For elementary-aged kids. Listen to the first few chapters of a recommended book and decide if you want to read more! While these are "videos", there will be nothing to see beyond the book's cover, author information, and available formats. Take some time to just close your eyes, listen, and discover a great new read. Recordings will be archived on facebook.com/northfieldpubliclibrary and on the library’s YouTube channel to listen to any time. We’re kicking things off with some of this year’s Maud Hart Lovelace nominees!
Countdown to Noon, Thursday, December 31, at 11:55 a.m. on Facebook
Who's ready to say a jubilant, hearty goodbye to 2020? Join library staff at 11:55 a.m. on December 31 live on Facebook at facebook.com/northfieldpubliclibrary and countdown to noon (a tradition so younger kids can also celebrate "counting down to the new year"), shout "Happy New Year!", bang pots and pans, throw confetti, sing "Auld Lang Syne", and celebrate the start of something new! Let's make some noise for 2021, Northfield! (If you don’t want to join us on the library’s Facebook page, you can still participate wherever you are! How cool would it be for all Northfielders to celebrate “together”?
Thank you for considering! While I know some folks are tired of this phrase, I truly hope you and yours are doing well.
Youth Services Librarian
Northfield Public Library
210 Washington St
Northfield, Minnesota 55057
A Note from Specials
Hello Bridgewater Athletes, Artists, Scientists, and Musicians!
Your specials teachers miss you and it was so great to see you over Zoom and your posts in Seesaw or Schoology this week in distance learning! Please remember we need you to come to your specials zoom on your assigned day and complete the activities in Seesaw or Schoology as soon as you can.
Below are the links to the specials zooms and they are posted by your classroom teacher everyday as well. Also, if you took home your specials bags please remember these need to come back to school when we return. If you need any supplies like paper, crayons, or markers please let Ms. Woodstrup know.
THANK YOU! Miss you tons!
Ms. Woodstrup email@example.com
Mrs. Hummel firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Mathison email@example.com
Mr. Bernhard firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Phenow email@example.com
Zoom links for BW Specials
Meeting ID: 941 036 1368 Passcode: science
Meeting ID: 207 227 3955 Passcode: 489295
Meeting ID: 871 1602 7637 Passcode: music
PE- Mr. Mathison
Meeting ID: 841 874 0899 Passcode: pe
PE- Mr. Bernhard
Meeting ID: 228 208 9077 Passcode: 513212
Zoom Expectations for Students
Meal Benefit Applications
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