Peter Noyes Friday Flyers
March 27, 2020
Dear Peter Noyes Families,
This year we will hold our Square 1 Art project online You can now search for your child's art code online. All purchasing will be done online and shipped directly to your home.
Simply click on the Square 1 Art shopsite, and on the click on "Find Your Child's Art", and enter Massachusetts, Peter Noyes, and your child's name. Your child's art code will then appear. Once you enter your child's art code provided, you may then view your child's art, and order products! (Mobile Users: If you are already logged in to your Square 1 Art account, and do not see "Find Your Child's Art", scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page and click on "view full site" and the page will re-load and you will see "Find Your Child's Art".)
Stay Safe & Healthy,
Square 1 Art School Coordinator
Peter Noyes Elementary
The closure of SPS may impact some members of our community more than others. In particular, we are concerned about students who rely on schools for daily meals. We have worked with Whitsons School Nutrition to develop essential services for students to have access to breakfast and lunch during this closure. All students regular meal fees will apply if applicable.
If you would like to order breakfast and/or lunch for pick up please click on the provided link this will be used each week for meal selections and will need to be filled out for each child before Monday at 7am.
Ordered meals can be picked up at ECMS from 12 pm until 1 pm on Mondays at the loading dock area. Please follow the normal student drop off/pick up procedure when arriving and stop at the cones that will be set up outside. For safety reasons please wait in your vehicle, meals will be brought to you.
Please contact the Whitsons Food Service Department at 978-443-1071 ext 7506 - for Linda St.Hilaire for any questions.
Our Boston resident students will be able to access the City of Boston food resources: https://www.boston.gov/departments/food-access
School Bus Registration is now open for the 2020-2021 School Year
All families who choose school bus transportation, whether no-fee or fee-based, must register and pay (if applicable) by March 31, 2020.
Incoming students in Kindergarten through grade 6 living more than two miles from their districted schools are eligible to receive no-fee transportation. Incoming students in Kindergarten through grade 6 living less than two miles from their districted schools are eligible for fee-based transportation, based on space availability.
All incoming 7th and 8th grade students MUST REGISTER AND PAY FOR TRANSPORTATION REGARDLESS OF DISTANCE TO SCHOOL.
Transportation fees can be paid online through the MySchoolBucks.com portal with a credit or debit card. Please note, there is a processing fee of 3.95% assessed at check out, and is noted in the program fee line. You may also pay by check, payable to Town of Sudbury and mailed to:
Sudbury Public Schools
40 Fairbank Road
Sudbury, MA 01776
Envelopes with payments must be postmarked on or before March 31, 2020.
Registration will shut down on April 1, 2020, and will reopen on April 27, 2020. All registrations from that point on will be charged an additional $75, and passes will be granted based on availability.
Registration is done thru MySchoolBucks.com. If you have not already created an account on MySchoolBucks for school lunch, you will need to do so and register for transportation thru that portal.
How to create a MySchoolBucks account:
Start by choosing state/district (Sudbury Public Schools), entering your name and email address, creating a password, and answering two security questions. After clicking Create Account, enter your student’s name and student ID. You will find your student ID information on the Aspen Family Portal under MySchoolBucks ID. You will then be able to register your child for transportation.
Late registration is subject to the availability of space regardless of no-fee or fee-based status. Bus routes and bus stops are based on registrations and payments received by the March 31, 2020 deadline. Bus passes will be issued by the end of August 2020.
For the safety of all, student riders will be asked and must present bus passes to drivers before boarding.
Students moving on to Lincoln Sudbury Regional High School will need to register for transportation with LSRHS.
Please direct any questions to the Transportation Department to email@example.com or call 978-639-3215.
Open Curtis Parent Organization (“CPO”) 6th Grade Co-Chair Position (3 year term).
Serving as the 6th Grade Co-Chair on the Curtis Middle School Parent Organization is a wonderful opportunity to serve the Curtis community and stay abreast of all that is happening at the school. This position has a three year term. The CPO Board meets monthly and also holds an additional two to three general membership meetings per academic year. Co-chairs are also invited to attend monthly meetings at Dr. Crozier’s office with other district co-chairs and SERF representatives, where a new topic, such as budget, technology, or curriculum is discussed. The Co-chair will also be the contributor to the Curtis Messenger and the Curtis Connection for 2-3 months and will be the CPO Board contact for 2-3 committees. Specific responsibilities of the 6th Grade Co-chair include:
Organizing a team to run the 6th Grade Social.
Organizing snacks for an end of year celebration.
Speaking for a few minutes at 6th Grade Back to School Night about the CPO and ways to become involved.
If you are interested in serving as the 6th Grade CPO Co-Chair next year or would like additional information, please email Emily Hayes (8th Grade Co-Chair) at firstname.lastname@example.org.