The DiPete Beat
June 7, 2019
Our theme for JUNE is...
" I CAN"T TAKE CARE OF OTHERS IF I DON'T TAKE CARE OF MYSELF!"
"Your vision will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.- Carl Jung
Take some time to relax during this very busy time of year!
10- District-Wide Step Up Day
11- Grade Three Field Trip to Adams Farm
11-Kindergarten Last Day- FULL DAY OF SCHOOL
14- Last Day of School- Early Release @ 11:00 a.m.
The last full day for Kindergarten will be on June 11th (FULL DAY OF SCHOOL)
Report Cards go home on June 11th!
Kindergarten Screenings by appointment on June 12 & 13th. If you have a child who is not registered at this time, please contact the school to set up a time to fill out the registration packet.
Message from the Health Office
For those families that have students with Epi Pens, inhalers, diabetic supplies, or any other medications or medical supplies, please see the nurse before the last day of school.
All medication that is not picked up by the last day of school will be discarded.
Thanks for your cooperation!
Message from the School Nutrition Office
If you owe money for meals, we kindly ask that all accounts be paid in full by June 13th. If you have prepaid for your child's meals, any money remaining will automatically be rolled over in to their account for the upcoming school year! Thanks for an awesome year... we look forward to serving you nutritious and delicious meals in August! Please contact lbell @bpsdk12.org with any questions or concerns.
I would like to take this unique opportunity to thank all those parents that donated or helped to create the Lamarre Garden! I was very touched by this display, and hope to keep it weeded and watered over the summer months.
A special shout our to wonderful PTO for all their hard work during the school year as well as Mr. Dettorre for the beautiful garden sign.
I would also like to thank the Third Grade Memory Day Committee for the beautiful send off created for our grade three students. I apologize for being the one in tears... it was a bittersweet day. I will truly miss this group of students... collectively they will do great things in the future!
As this is my final post, I wish all of you well. If has been my pleasure to serve this community for the past 39 years. I have grown to know and love so many of the families and students that attend this wonderful learning community. Together, we have created a space where children can thrive, grow and practice the skills needed to be good people as well as students. Kindness will always matter, and teaching our students how to demonstrate Growth Mindset, empathy and grit has been our major mission.
Wishing you a restful and joyful summer!