Cubs Weekly Newsletter

Week of Monday, March 21 - Friday, March 25, 2022

PrinciPAL letter of the Week

March 25, 2022

Dear NFM@Crawford Families,

Hello, I hope everyone is enjoying the first official week of Spring! We have CMAS testing beginning next week for all 3rd-6th grade students, as many of you already know. In order to make these days a positive experience, we are having “Spirit Week .”Please see your child’s Friday Folder for “Theme Days.”

Please sign up for providing snacks for our kids. Thanks!

We had an incredible Upper El Art Show today in our gymnasium! I observed the students presenting to the younger grade level students and engaging in conversations with them. Thank you to those of you who were able to attend!

Next week, be looking for our Spring Read-a-Thon fundraiser! We hope to raise enough money to cover the transportation costs for our end-of-the-year field trips. Our next PTCO meeting will be held on April 7 @ 5 pm here at the school. Please join us in the staff lounge if you would like to help with our end-of-the-year events!

One last reminder to please complete the parent survey! The link is attached below and is still open until March 30.

Have a wonderful weekend,

Ms. Denise


“Respect for Self, Others, Community, and Environment”

Dear Parents, here are the Newsletters for each group of students:

Primary (3 years old - Kindergarten)

Lower Elementary (1st-3rd grade):

Upper Elementary (4th-6th grade):

Upper El Art Show

NFM@C Parent Feedback Survey!

Hello parents -

Your opinion matters!! Please click on the following link to fill out our survey.

One survey per FAMILY.

Here is the survey link:

Thank you!


Order online at this link below: The process is easy on this link. You can create an account to pay or checkout as a guest.

Montessori Moment

Over the coming weeks you are going to get to see what different Montessori quotes mean to our students. First, second and third graders worked in self selected groups. First they chose a Montessori quote then they created a collage reflecting their understanding of the quote.

What images would you add to this collage?

Ask your children what visuals they would associate with this quote.

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