Peter Noyes Friday Flyers

Friday, November 12, 2021

Upcoming Events

November 15....School Council Meeting 2:40 in the Noyes Learning Studio

November 17.....Early Release Day Dismissal 11:45 - Parent Conferences

November 17-19...... Peter Noyes Holiday Auction

November 24.....Early Release Day Dismissal 11:45

November 25-26..... No School - Thanksgiving Recess

December 6-10..... Scholastic Book Fair

December 8........Noyes Night Out - Francos 4:30-8:30p

December 15.....Early Release Day Dismissal 11:45

December 24-January 2......Winter Break (No School)

From The Desk Of Mrs. Doyle....

Dear Families,

On behalf of Peter Noyes School, we are so grateful to all our United States veterans and we thank you for your service and sacrifice. We miss the days of having an all-school celebration with our honorable Sudbury veterans around Veterans Day and we hope we’ll be able to gather safely next year to show our appreciation to the veterans in person. Thank you, Veterans!!

World Kindness Day, Saturday, November 13, 2021

At Noyes, we often talk about choosing to be kind and all the ways we can “fill someone’s bucket” by offering a compliment, a smile, or a hand. Tomorrow there’s an official day for showing and celebrating kindness and I hope we all participate. Here are some simple ideas to get our kindness juices flowing:

  • Write a positive note on a post it for someone or send a handwritten card

  • Call someone you haven’t talked to in a while and ask how they are doing

  • Compliment someone

  • Send a positive text to 5 of your contacts

  • Write a note on a receipt at a restaurant

  • Invite someone to join you for a fun activity

  • Offer to help someone who needs it

  • Bake something for someone

When I think about kindness, I often think of a particular Noyes parent who regularly leaves a kind note in a postcard when she wants to show her appreciation of something someone has said or done. It’s quite touching. Let’s all join her in spreading a little extra kindness in the world this weekend.

Supply Chain Challenges Affect School Lunches

We have experienced supply issues and this has impacted our plans for school lunch requiring substitutions to be made. Thank you for your patience and understanding. Please consult our virtual school lunch menu for the most up-to-date information on what is available in the cafeteria.

MCAS Schedule

We hope with this amount of advance notice, you can make sure your third, fourth, and fifth graders are present on MCAS testing days. Here is the schedule for this spring:

Grade 3 MCAS ELA.........April 11 & 12, 2022

Grade 3 MCAS Math........May 9 & 10, 2022

Grade 4 MCAS ELA........April 4 & 5, 2022

Grade 4 MCAS Math........May 2 & 3, 2022

Grade 5 MCAS ELA........April 7 & 8, 2022

Grade 5 MCAS Math........April 26 & 27, 2022

Grade 5 MCAS Science........May 12 & 13, 2022

COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics

SPS has scheduled vaccination clinics to be held on November 17 and December 8 from 1-5 PM at Curtis Middle School, 22 Pratts Mill Road. The clinics are for all children, ages 5-11, living in Sudbury, attending a Sudbury public school and/or residing in the household of school or town employee. Children will be required to stay for 15 minutes after receiving their shot.

Please register at this link. When you register, you will be scheduled for both doses.

If you have any questions, reach out to Carol Bradford, school nurse, or Jeff Lappin, Assistant Director of Student Services at

We hope you have a great weekend.


Annette Doyle

Library Volunteers

We are looking for library volunteers to help in our library. There will be a training on a Wednesday coming up soon. If you are interested, please reach out to our librarian, Barbara Gogan, via email at:

In weeks where we have at least 6 hours of library volunteers, all students that week will be allowed to check out a 2nd book!

Peter Noyes - Store is open for business to take holiday orders!.

Please visit the online store ( to find your gifts for students and loved ones. We have children and adult apparel that will keep you warm and in the school spirit this year!

To do our best in this weird world, and get products to you on time please place your order by Friday November 12th!

When checking out there is a Note to Seller (after payment) please indicate how you want your items "delivered"

  1. Pick up at the front office when orders are available
  2. Send home with your student (Provide Student Name and Teacher Name and Grade)
  3. Deliver to your home mailbox (one night Emily and I will deliver orders to your mailbox)

Any questions, please contact:

Maureen Alterio - maureen.alterio@gmail.comEmily Kaufman -

Thank you!

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