The Greystone Glance
Weekly Newsletter from Principal Quattrucci
The Week of April 25th
Thank you to all who completed the RIDE Surveyworks survey! The winner of our Market Basket gift card was raffled off and the winner was Laura Bello! Congratulations! Teachers will be receiving and sending home a list of students who will attend the SurveyWorks mini field day. If you completed the survey and your child is not on the list, please let us know and we will add them to the list. Any mistakes that may occur are unintentional and we want to be sure not to leave anyone out.
Our DEAR Day was very much enjoyed by all. It was great to see children reading the books they wanted to read without interruption.
I want to thank all of you for being so kind and supportive, always. Have a beautiful, safe vacation and I look forward to seeing everyone back at Greystone on Monday, April 25th.
Thank you Briana Macintosh!
Moments from DEAR Day!
This past week I noticed...
Jars of Happiness!
A Beautiful Autism Acceptance Hallway Display created by Mrs. Hervieux's class!
A wonderful book club meeting!
Something exciting has begun in Mr.Torres’ Class!
Both of our first grades completed a STEM ChaLLENGE! tHEY USED PLASTIC eggs and clay to make the tallest tower they could that could hold a peep!
Mrs. Roberts treated her students to a very special spring hunt!
Learning about shadows and reflections at the PreK Sensory Table
I'm looking forward to...
Everyone Can Learn and Love Math Night: THIS THURSDAY!
The Ned Show
The entire school will see a live streamed virtual performance of The NED Show on Thursday, May 12th at 2:00pm. The NED show promotes positive behavior and academic achievement in fun and engaging ways. More information will go home to families in a flyer.
Greystone Family Dance
Our field day has been scheduled for Friday, June 10th and the rain date is Monday, June 13th.
Quote of the Week
It’s time for you to stop doubting yourself and to truly believe you are enough. You are an incredible person. If you believe it, no one can ever tell you that you’re not. Be exactly who you are. Do not try and change it. You are enough. Don’t compare yourself to others. Stop feeling that everything you do is not good enough. Your self-worth is innate; you can’t earn it and you also can’t lose it. It’s time to let go of the negative thoughts you keep telling yourself. Love who you are. Your students need you to just be you.
Caught Being Kind!
Sophia G. from Room 15 offered her breakfast to a friend when they didn’t have any left, since she had already eaten at home.
Lochlan from Mrs. Aquilante’s class let us know the faucets were on!
Robert from Mrs. Reynolds’ class gave a friend a hug ‘just because’ and William from Mrs. Reynolds’ class helped his friend to water the class garden!
Michael A. from Mrs. Hervieux's class stopped to put fallen items back on the clothesline outside of Grade 1!
Jarius A. and Annabelle C included students from another classroom in their game at recess!