November 6, 2022
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IMPORTANT DATES AND UPCOMING EVENTS
November 7th - TURN BACK YOUR CLOCKS BY ONE HOUR
November 8th - SEPAC Basic Rights Presentation (see below for more information)
November 10th - Veterans Day Assembly 9:00am/Red, White, and Blue Day
November 11th - No School - Veterans Day
November 16th and 17 (night) - Parent/Teacher Conferences - 1/2 days - 11:45am dismissal
November 23rd, 24th, and 25th - Thanksgiving break - no school
December 1st - Home and School Meeting - 7pm @Mulready Library
December 7th - Half Day -11:45 dismissal - Professional Development
December 10th - Jingle Bell Fair
December 24-January 2nd - School Vacation
SCHOOL LUNCH MENU NOVEMBER 7-10
HOME AND SCHOOL ASSOCIATION
Thanks to all who came to our November meeting last week. Our next meeting will be held on Thursday, December 1st at 7 pm in the school library.
Thanks to our amazing Ohana, we raised a total of $16,769 for our school! Once again, thank you to everyone involved for your hard work helping us surpass our goal by over $1,700.
Jingle Bell Craft Fair
The Jingle Bell Fair will be happening the morning of Saturday, December 10th from 9 - 12 a.m. in the school gym. This is our biggest event of the school year and will take place entirely in person this year (no take home bags) so we could use all of the help we can get! No crafting experience required. Volunteer tasks include helping with preparing the craft projects before the event as well as helping the day of the event with setup, cleanup, and staffing the craft stations from 9-12. Please reach out to us at email@example.com to be added to the volunteer email list for this event. Volunteers on this list will receive important updates about opportunities to help!
Visit our new online store www.mulreadyspiritwear.com to order your Mulready Cougar spirit wear in time for the holidays! This store will be open year round and purchases over $50 ship free. To get us started, there will also be free shipping for all purchases from November 11-28th. Our spirit wear is available in 12 designs and on hundreds of different items from t-shirts and hoodies to sweatpants and shorts, as well as accessories like scarves and tote bags.
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REALISTIC FICTION IN GRADE 4
The 4th grade is in the midst of a realistic fiction writing unit. Student work began with a story arc that was then turned into a story with rising action and a turning point. Stories included believable characters with realistic problems. Our students learned how to showcase the heart of their stories by using thoughts, actions and dialogue. Please check out the beautifully composed realistic fiction stories of Asher Lewis from Mrs. Garofalo's classroom and Reilly O'Neill from Mrs. Paoletta's classroom. When you're done reading, enjoy your own child's story.
The 4th Grade Team
MRS. CALVANESE'S FRIDAY SCIENTIST
Each week a student in Mrs. Calvanese's class chooses an experiment. The student follows a format for a lab report and review it with the class. The student then performs the experiment. Mrs. Calvanese's student this week answered the question, What happens when oil is dropped into ? Oil and water do not mix because of their chemical bonds. Water is more dense so it attaches to the bottom of the oil.
SEPAC BASIC RIGHTS PRESENTATION
This message comes to you on behalf of the Special Education Parent Advisory Council of Hudson (SEPAC-Hudson).
SEPAC-Hudson will host Virtual Basic Rights in Special Education Meeting on November 8, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. PRE-REGISTRATION is REQUIRED so you receive a Zoom link and passcode for your workshop. Use this link to pre-register https://fcsn-org.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIlcOqpqzgtGNAC59xPEjEig605G5I_grgD If you need assistance, please contact Sandra Maiuri at 508-615-7454. Interpretation is available upon request.
If you are unfamiliar with the Zoom platform, here is a quick video on how to use zoom:
· Intro to Zoom for Families: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIUVCxcew8M&t=30s
FRECKLE JUICE IN MRS. CALVANESE"S ROOM
The recpoe is in the book, so Mrs. Calvanese's class decided to make it and try it. Mrs. Sardella tried it first and liked it! A few kids liked it, too! The recipe is a mix of grape juice, oil, onion, vinegar, mayonaisse, mustard, ketchup, lemon, salt, and pepper.
WINTER IS HERE!! --LABEL CLOTHING AND LUNCHBOXES
Also, if your child is missing clothing or a backpack or lunchbox, feel free to stop by and check out our tables.
SCHOOL WEBSITES: (If link does not work, copy and paste it into the address bar.)
Mrs. Caloggero’s Reading Website: http://mulreadykidsread.weebly.com/
Mr. Glines’s Class weather website: http://mrglines.weebly.com/
Mrs. Colarullo’s website: https://hudsonlab.weebly.com
Mrs. Buscemi’s Math website: https://mulready.wixsite.com/hudsonmathfacts
Ms. Steinhaus’s music website: https://sites.google.com/a/student.hudson.k12.ma.us/mulready-music/
Mrs. Westberg’s Art site: https://mulreadyart.weebly.com/
The technology department website for the 1:1 program is: https://hudson.k12.ma.us/cms/one.aspx?pageId=22441536 There is also a link there for tutorials.
Mrs. Hughes’s School Psychology site: https://sites.google.com/a/student.hudson.k12.ma.us/hps-school-psychologists/kristina-hughes-mulready?authuser=0