Dec. 10, 2021
We are here to do good things for our students, our coworkers, and our community.
We represent qualities such as love, hope, kindness, respect, and responsibility.
Our culture mirrors those attributes. Let’s continue to make our school the best place to work and learn where everyone is inspired to be the best they can be. What we do, we do well.
Let’s keep the courage to shape a bright future for our students.
OUR SINCERE GRATITUDE FOR THE KINDNESS SHOWN
Our sincere gratitude to Georgetown, Chichester and North Fairview farms neighborhoods for the incredible lunch provided today. Each delicious bite made staff at Brewster feel so very loved and appreciated. We are always grateful for the opportunity to share in the journey of education with our Brewster families and today was a day filled with kindness. Thank you from our hearts to yours!
Dec. 13: Recess and Cocoa for Pawsome Students
- Pawsome Students are nominated and recognized for their respectful, responsible, and kind behaviors! Any staff member may write a nomination and students are highlighted on our school announcements and their pictures are displayed in our front office!
Dec. 17: Holiday Recess begins at END of the day!
Jan. 3: Classes Resume
Jan. 14: Half-Day, Professional Development
Jan.17: No School, Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Pedestrians In Parking Lot
English Second Language Supports!
The ESL Parent Liaison Center (PLC) is open to all families across our district who speak English as a second language. The goal of the PLC is to provide a place where families can interact with one another and form a sense of community.
Several different classes and events are offered at the PLC, all of which are free of charge. These include: ESL Conversation classes, Social Coffee Hour, Story Time, American Culture Class, Walking Group, Informational Classes, and Special Events.
The Parent Liaison Center also offers guidance and support for school, and community related topics.
We hope you will join us and become a part of our ESL Community!
This week students and staff have been learning about how our words and actions impact others and we have been completing kindness challenges each day! Give it a try and keep the kindness growing!
Write three things you love about yourself.
Give someone a compliment
Invite a new friend to play.
Say thank you to an adult that helps you.
Next week, we will be focusing on the character strength of self-control. Self-control means you can control your emotions and behaviors. You think before you act.
Self-control is the act of managing behavior in a way that positively influences goal attainment and living up to standards. Possessing this strength protects people from destabilizing emotional extremes. Those with self-control can limit impulsive behavior. They are able to experience and navigate difficulty while remaining poised. Self-control does not mean a lack of thoughts, feelings, or impulses; it just means you have command over them.
A group’s ability to demonstrate self-control often appears in the form of “self-monitoring.” This means the individuals demonstrate honesty with one another about successful group practices. When things are unsuccessful, group members can adjust roles in the interest of overall group success.
To practice and encourage the character strength of self-control with your child, please visit the Positivity Project’s P2 for Families (password: P2), where together you will watch a video, read a quote, and talk about the answers to three questions.
Have a wonderful week!
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Neighborhood House Giving Tree Event
Thank you to all the Brewster families who were able to donate gifts to the Neighborhood house. We are grateful to be part of such a kind and generous community.
The PTA is looking for parent volunteers to help with the following:
-Our Adopt-a-Book program
-Coordinating our Health and Wellness Fair (4th grade parent)
If you are interested in learning more, email email@example.com