The Greystone Glance
Weekly Newsletter from Principal Quattrucci
The Week of March 28th
Special Moments from Our week:
We rocked our socks for World Down Syndrome Day
And painted the world green in support of cerebral palsy awareness
A Very Special Presentation
Cameron Placed 5th in the King of the Mat Nationals!
Thank You Brownstone Book Fund
Fundations with Ms. Sloan!
PreK 2 Received a new refrigerator and as you can see, it's a big hit!
I loved hearing “Now I understand!” from Mrs. Giammarco’s students!
Volcano Fun in Room 8!
I loved hearing the creative story that Mrs. Hervieux’s class wrote and seeing their special calm corner!
Thank you for inviting me to play Nutrition Bingo Mr. Bello!
Learning Number 17 in PreK!
Book Recommendations from Ms. Fournier’s Class
A Busy and Creative Week!
Beautiful Writing Based on the Lorax in Grade 3!
Kid's Heart Challenge
Have you heard that your child could win a chance to be Principal for a day?
More importantly than earning rewards, your child will impact kids with special hearts and raise funds for the health of all hearts. They'll also get moving with fun activities, learn about keeping their hearts and minds healthy and the power of kindness!
SurveyWorks began on Tuesday, January 18th. It is important for all of us to participate by answering the SurveyWorks questions, because our answers provide meaningful feedback on how to improve Rhode Island Schools.
This is the family link bit.ly/ridefamily and it will ask you to choose our school from the drop down menu. Show us your proof of completion page either by a screenshot sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or photocopied page brought to school to be entered into a raffle to win a gift card to Market Basket.
Thank you so much Ms. Crudale for organizing and taking the lead on this!
This is the teacher link bit.ly/rideteacher and it will also ask you to choose our school from a drop-down menu.
PTA/ Scholastic Book Fair
Our next meeting is on April 12th at 6:30pm in person in the Greystone Library!
We are so grateful that they will be bringing the Scholastic Book Fair to our school on April 4th and 8th. It will be set up in Cafe Greystone aka Mr. Bello's 'gym' and students will visit during their regularly scheduled library time.
everyone can learn and love math night
The NED Show
Quote of the Week
No matter how self-sufficient we all believe we are, the truth is we need a good support system. We need each other. We all could use more friendships, support, inspiration, compassion, and kindness. The people we surround ourselves with have the power to uplift and inspire us. Choose the people around you that challenge you. They ignite your spirit and help you to grow. Think about the people you know who could be positive influences in your life. Spend more time with them. As you surround yourself with positive, supportive, and energetic people, your vibe will resonate into your classroom. Your students will feel the energy too. That makes it all worth it.
Caught Being Kind!
Jhardene R. from Mrs. Turcotte's room helped a student and his teacher access a website they were both having trouble with.
Tallulah B. helped her friend, who was having a hard time waiting. She walked her to the bus and talked her through the situation, offering her support until they were ready to get on. Tallulah was such a good friend!
Jaxon F. from Mrs. Moura’s class is always so kind and helpful to everyone!
Mathias Masse said "thank you" to a friend who helped pick up the dice for him so he could continue playing his game.
Joshua from Mrs. Kovolski's class is always kind to others and includes everyone, even at lunch bunch!
Joseph N., also from Mrs. Kovolski's class, always looks to include others and makes sure no one feels lonely.