Regional School District No. 6
June 8, 2017
Field Day 2017
The sun came out just in time, and Friday's Field Day was a huge success. Many thanks to Señor Ruiz for his many hours of preparation, and to the staff and parent volunteers who helped out. Here are some photos of the day. More can be found by clicking here. Enjoy!
A Look Ahead...
Student Council Spirit Week!
6/9 is the last day of Spirit Week - Dress in your favorite PJ's!
6/13 BOE Meeting - Morris 7 - 8:00 PM
6/14 Early Blended celebration 1:30 PM
6/19 Early Dismissal at 1:25 PM
6/19 Warren Moving Up Ceremony 6:30 - 7:30 PM
6/20 Early Dismissal at 1:25 PM
6/20 FOWS Family Tie-Dye Picnic 5:30-7:30 PM - Warren School Playground (Reserve your t-shirt now - see flyer below.)
6/21 Last Day of School - Early Dismissal at 1:25 PM
6/21 Graduation Party @ Club Getaway! for the NEW 7th Grade friends - Warren, Morris, & Goshen! 4:30 - 9:30 PM Contact Kimprattlawrence@me.com
SUMMER READING AND MATH FUN - Stay tuned - more to come next week!
8/30 First day of School
Happenings and Items of Note
There is still time to register for SummerFest at Wamogo! Dates are June 26-August 3, 4 days per week from 9:00-2:00 (No camp July 3&4). The cost is $75.00 for TWO weeks of fun! Transportation to and from each elementary school will be provided. If interested, please email LAmartin@rsd6.org or firstname.lastname@example.org for a registration form.
Summer Garden Maintenance
Warren students are readying the beds, and will be sowing seeds and transplanting plants into Harvest of Dreams for it’s 16th growing season!
Through sustainable, organic practices the garden brings life-long, authentic learning into the lives of our students who work hard to collaboratively bring the garden to life. Warren School is very proud of its Harvest of Dreams garden. Since 2002, students, families and staff have worked together to create a garden for students to explore curriculum objectives and environmental stewardship.Throughout the summer, the delicious, nutritious produce is enjoyed by those in need at area soup kitchens and food banks and by families maintaining the garden. Upon arrival back to school in the fall, students enjoy the freshly picked produce and the Warren community is invited to join us at our Harvest Luncheon to enjoy the dishes each class freshly prepared. .
The outreach, celebrations, and success of the garden would not be possible without families helping to maintain it over the summer.
As in the past, we are seeking families to sign-up for one week. (Consider sharing the week with another family!) If your family is able to help, please fill out this form.