The Greystone Glance
Weekly Newsletter from Principal Quattrucci
Welcome Back to School!
New Faculty Members
The First Day of School
Pre-K Community Learners will start school on September 6th and Pre-K Students with IEPs will start on August 30, 2022.
AM Session: 9:00am -11:25am
PM Session 12:42pm-3:05pm
Kindergarten students will begin according to the 'Soft Start' schedule shared at orientation.
Cupcakes in Kindergarten is scheduled for September 1st at 3:30pm, and the first official day of kindergarten is September 6th.
Grades 1-5 will begin on August 30, 2022.
Regular School Hours for K-5:
8:40 a.m. Students may come into the schoolyard and will be supervised by yard monitors. If the weather is inclement, students will be supervised in the gym.
Breakfast will be available in Cafe Greystone from 8:40am-8:50am. Children who arrive after 8:50am may take a 'Grab and Go' breakfast package (provided by our kitchen staff) to their classroom.
8:50 a.m. The “line-up” bell rings, signaling the opening of the doors of the school.
8:55 a.m. The school-day begins.
3:12 p.m. Students are dismissed.
Please be aware there is no school on Friday, September 2nd, and Monday September 5th.
Our 6 Tenants
We will focus on Teamwork and Respect during September and October. These banners will be up on our hallways very soon!
Our Theme for the 22-23 School Year
Cafe Greystone Etiquette Awards
The Share Cupboard
Story Time with Mrs. Montecalvo
We will meet in the library at 4:00pm. and a google meet link will be provided for everyone’s convenience.
October 13, 2022
November 17, 2022
January 19, 2022
March 16, 2022
May 18th, 2022
We are proud to partner with Special Olympics for their Unified Schools program.
“Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools is a program for schools Pre-K through university that intentionally promotes meaningful social inclusion by bringing together students with and without intellectual disabilities to create accepting school environments, utilizing three interconnected components: Special Olympics Unified Sports®, inclusive youth leadership, and whole school engagement. At its core, this Unified strategy is about unifying all students— with and without disabilities—using sports as a catalyst for social inclusion and attitude and behavioral change."
There will be a special presentation on September 15th for Grades 3-5, although this collaboration is for our entire school.