Naquag:Learning Links & Updates 6/1
Thank you to Naquag families and friends for attending our WAVE PARADE today! We'll be sharing pictures soon.
Learning Links for the first week of June!!
Related Arts (Specialists)
School Psychologist Mrs. Hunt
UPDATE ABOUT PICKING UP STUDENT BELONGINGS: (click on link)
The first week of June you may pick up your child's belongings at school. Student items will be in labeled bags, organized by grade level, per classroom. Classroom specific tables will be set up on the sidewalk around the flagpole. (Implement weather - under the eaves by the front door & side bus door.)
PARK YOUR CAR AND WALK TO THE FRONT SIDEWALK AREA. Self-Serve / Please note: Practice Physical Distancing / Wear a Mask.
- Grade-Level Designated Days for Pick-up: 8:00 AM - 6:00PM
- Tuesday, June 2= KINDERGARTEN / Wednesday, June 3 = FIRST GRADE / Thursday, June 4 = SECOND GRADE
Nurse Amy will be at Naquag for medication distribution 10:00 - 12:00 each day.
- A “bucket” will be available to place library books, classroom books, etc.
- The “Lost & Found” rack will be outside too.
- A "bucket" will be available to leave teacher appreciation tokens/gifts.
- The building will be closed to parents / students.
The Wachusett SEPAC (Special Education Parent Advisory Council) is currently accepting nominations through June 5th for the 11th Annual Wind Beneath Their Wings Award. This award recognizes the outstanding contribution of individuals in the lives of children with special needs. Your honoree(s) could be a regular education teacher, special education teacher, therapist, aide/ABA, bus driver, coach, doctor/nurse, etc. Each nominee will receive your thoughtful nomination, a certificate of appreciation from the SEPAC, as well as a small token of thanks. Deadline for entries is Friday, June 5th.Nominations can be submitted online by completing the form available at the SEPAC Site.
We appreciate your continued collaboration and cooperation during these challenging times. Our Naquag teachers are working hard to support our students and families.
Stay well and have a nice, peaceful weekend!