Nixon Elementary School

Notables To Share About Our School-House

Dear Families,

Wishing you all a Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy this long weekend and if you are traveling, please travel well.

Report cards will be live in ASPEN on December 5 at 4:00pm. Our teachers have enjoyed meeting with you over the past early release days for parent teacher conferences. Thank you for taking this time to join our teachers! We have one more parent/teacher conference date for December 4.

We have two new staff members joining Nixon School!

Janaine Dustin has joined our recess and lunch sessions each day alongside our staff to support children while at play and during lunch time.

Gilda Villani is our new Spanish Teacher and will work with children in grades 1 through 5 throughout the week. She will be starting at Nixon on Tuesday, December 3.

We welcome our newest staff to our wonderful Nixon family!

Please stay well,



Susan Magoveny


Nixon Playground Committee

Our playground plans are taking shape! We have a dedicated committee of teachers, maintenance staff, school committee, PTO, Central Office, administration, and Play Sudbury.

Please find a link to Play Sudbury to see our progression!

Up and Coming Dates!

11/27/19 Early Release - Thanksgiving Break 11/27-11/29

12/2/19 No School - Professional Development Day

12/3/19 Grade 3 Enrichment - Author Suzy Kline - PTO Sponsored Event

Nixon Eats - Lotus Blossum - PTO Fundraiser

12/4/19 Early Release - Parent/Teacher conferences

12/5/19 Report Cards Published through ASPEN Family Portal at 4:00 p.m.

12/6/19 Grade 4 Enrichment - Techsploration - PTO Sponsored Event

12/9/19-12/13/19 Food Pantry Week

12/11/19 Spirit Day - Aim High - School Meeting - 2:40-3:10 - Cafeteria

Teacher Appreciation Luncheon - PTO Sponsored Event

12/17/19 Kindergarten Gingerbread Man Cookie Making

12/18/19 12:45 Early Release - Building Based Professional Development

Teacher Cookie Buffet - PTO Sponsored Event

12/23/19-1/1/20 No School - Winter Break

1/2/20 Grade 5 Field Trip - McAuliffe Center


SUDBURY -- Superintendent Brad Crozier announces that members of the community are invited to attend a presentation next month on youth vaping.


Monday, Dec. 9, at 6:30 p.m.


Curtis Middle School


Parents are encouraged to attend a presentation by Mary Cole, Program Coordinator of the Greater Boston Tobacco-Free Community Partnership. The Tobacco-Free Community Partnership is dedicated to educating residents and decision-makers in cities and towns across the Commonwealth, updating them on the impacts of tobacco use in all of its forms, as well as the most effective strategies for curbing tobacco use in their communities.

Cole will highlight the dangers of e-cigarettes and other emerging tobacco trends, and share her insight on the tactics the nicotine industry uses to attract young customers.

“We are taking a proactive approach to teen tobacco use -- with an emphasis on vaping -- districtwide, and making sure parents are informed and have the knowledge they need to help keep these dangerous products away from their kids,” Superintendent Crozier said. “I encourage everyone to plan to attend this informative and engaging event.”

According to the 2018 MetroWest Adolescent Health Survey, 97 percent of Curtis students in grades 6-8 report no electronic vapor usage in their lifetime. Assemblies for students about vaping will be held on Dec. 5 for each grade level.

For those who cannot attend, the presentation will be filmed by Sudbury TV and made available on-demand online.

Superintendent - Parent Information Exchange

PIE is an opportunity to have a discussion about the issues that matter most to you as parents in Sudbury Public Schools, such as new school start times for the 2020-21 school
year, the proposed budget, and more. The next event will be held in the Superintendent’s Conference Room in the Fairbanks Building on December 5th at 5:00 PM.