Washington Weekly

September 21 - September 25

This Week

Monday, September 20

All School Read Aloud Kick-Off, Finding Perfect by Elly Swartz, our Author in Residence


Tuesday, September 21

Picture Day & Virtual Back-to-School Night on Tuesday, 6:30pm

Virtual Back to School Night

Tuesday, Sep. 21st, 6:30pm

This is an online event.

Agenda:

6:30-7:00pm Meet the Specialists (PE, Art, Music, Spanish, Technology)

7:00-7:30pm Teacher Presentations

7:30-8:00pm School Administration & Guidance Counselor Q&A/Optional Meet


Please remember that this is not a time for individual conferences, but rather a chance to learn about the educational program and classroom expectations.


A document with all the meeting links will be shared in an email next week.

Upcoming Events

September 28, 29, 30- Caring Kids, The 5 W's of Bullying


October 4-8, Week of Respect


October 5-6- Start Strong Assessments (more details will be shared)


October 12- Elly Swartz, Author in Residence, Kick-Off Virtual Assembly

Curriculum Connection

Parents- Grab your own copy and join us as we read, Finding Perfect.


"To twelve-year-old Molly Nathans, perfect is:

―The number four
―The tip of a newly sharpened No. 2 pencil
―A crisp white pad of paper
―Her neatly aligned glass animal figurines

What’s not perfect is Molly’s mother leaving the family to take a faraway job with the promise to return in one year. Molly knows that promises are sometimes broken, so she hatches a plan to bring her mother home: Win the Lakeville Middle School Poetry Slam Contest. The winner is honored at a fancy banquet with white tablecloths. Molly is sure her mother would never miss that. Right…?

But as time passes, writing and reciting slam poetry become harder. Actually, everything becomes harder as new habits appear, and counting, cleaning, and organizing are not enough to keep Molly's world from spinning out of control. In this fresh-voiced debut novel, one girl learns there is no such thing as perfect."

2018 Great Words, Great Works - Elly Swartz

Guidance Corner

Start With Hello (The Sandy Hook Promise)


Mrs. Loew will introduce "Start With Hello" Week this week by pushing into classes and working with students and teachers. It's based on the premise of promoting a culture of connectedness and inclusion. Teachers may also continue having students practice ice breaker role-plays in their classrooms.

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A Message from Our School Nurse

If your child has allergies and you haven’t already done so, please submit your child’s allergy action plan (paperwork available on our website) and EpiPen to Mrs. O’Gorman as soon as possible.

Washington School

Peter Mercurio, Principal

Kerry Emmanouilidis, Instructional Supervisor