Bulldog Blast, 4/3/22
Happy first weekend of APRIL!! I don't know about you, but I am ready for consistent warmer weather.
I am asking for your help with PHONES. They are to be OFF and AWAY during the day. Some teachers are providing storage areas for kids. Those that do not take advantage of the storage, need to power off and keep their phone in their lockers. Any phones seen will be sent to the office and given back at the end of the day. If they become a repeat offender, consequences will be given.
*If you need to get in touch with your child for any reason during the day, please call the office at 508-222-6260.
Yesterday was Autism Awareness Day! Let's all come together and light it up blue for Monday! Wear your BLUE gear!!
MCAS Resources for Parents!
You may also use this link to view the LIVE and ACTIVE Family Calendar. This link is always available in each blast located near the end of this blast.
- MCAS is this week!!!... Schedule pictured below and on the Family Calendar.
- Check Chromebooks & chargers … make sure that they are ready to go for MCAS (LINK TO BUY A CHARGER BELOW)
- April 15 … no school
- We are looking for clothes donations for our young men!! All welcome!!
Unfortunately, we will no longer be giving out chargers to students that break or loose them. If you need to get a charger please refer to the following:
Our circles are the most popular...ask you child about what they liked most about them!
Bailey’s Team for Autism is hosting a presentation by Dr. Stephen Shore
A gracious, warm-hearted, and well-spoken presenter, Dr. Shore is an accomplished member of the autism community with a well-balanced perspective on current topics, dialogue and thinking.
Please find attached a brochure that contains registration information. We strongly encourage pre-registration, but it is not required.
STUDENT ID BADGES!
- Students need to wear a badge at all times in the building.
- If a student forgets their badge a temporary badge will be printed.
- If a student goes through 6 temporary badges an office detention will be issued.
- Office detention will be communicated to the student via a detention slip and family will be notified via Aspen email.
Girls Middle School Volleyball Program
Girls Middle School Volleyball Program will be beginning April 5th and will run through May 24th at Attleboro High School from 5-7 pm. 5th and 6th grade girls will be practicing every Tuesday. 7th and 8th grade girls will be practicing every Thursday. The cost is $40. Forms can be found with Mrs. Heal in room 206 or...SIGN UP HERE
Mark your calendars...
The Middle School International Travel Program will resume travel in April 2024!
Come join us as we visit both ancient and modern sites throughout Italy and Greece: Florence, Rome, Sorrento, Capri, Pompeii, Delphi and Athens. Be sure to attend the district-wide travel meeting to be held in late May-June (date to be announced). Preliminary questions can be addressed to the Program Coordinator, Doreen Barako: email@example.com.
We hope to see you in Italy & Greece! To learn more about the trip, head to www.explorica.com/Barako-5152
English Learner Parent Advisory Council (ELPAC)
English Learner Parent Advisory Council (ELPAC)
Join other parents and guardians of English Learners(ELs) at ELPAC!
PLEASE SEE!!! Attleboro Community Flyers Page
Link to Community Flyers Page:
Flyer summary for February 14-18,2022:
All Attleboro Community flyers can now be viewed by visiting the APS website. In this week’s flyers, you’ll find information for the Attleboro Arts Museum Spring art classes and workshops.
April 12, 2022 at 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
You spoke, we listened! Most of you preferred Remind as a way to stay up to date with BOP (our Brennan PTO). Sign up now using our code: @brennanbop
On Wednesday, Dec 8, 2021, our 6th, 7th and 8th grade students participated in a classroom assembly entitled “Say Something”, an initiative that teaches youth and teens how to recognize signs and signals of potential harm to self or others. The students learned three steps that will help them keep their friends and classmates safe from hurting themselves or others. The three action steps your student learned are as follows:
Recognize warning signs and threats
Act immediately and take it seriously
This presentation was well received by our BMS community and generated thoughtful and candid conversations. We encourage you to take this opportunity to engage in a conversation with you student about this presentation. As always, if you have any questions or your student needs additional support around this topic, please contact one of our School Adjustment Counselors.
Please see resources below.
Click here to see all club details and to SIGN UP!! #dotherightthing
Please complete this form if you do not wish for your child's photograph to be released for publication without consent during the 2021-2022 school year.
If you have any questions, please contact: Kim Janssen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Aspen Portal - Keep track of your child's academics
Please click on the embedded link to the Attleboro ASPEN page to view your child's homeroom assignment for 2021-22 SY.
If you need your Aspen password reset, please follow the directions on this page.
If you are new to APS or can't remember your username, please email Mr. Renoni at email@example.com
Color Wars!! Grade Level Spirit Wear
- Grades 5 and 7 will wear GREEN
- Grades 6 and 8 will wear BLUE
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