The Mennies Weekly

Lights, Camera, Action...You're a Star at Mennies

Week of June 13th

Monday, June 13

  • Day 2
  • 2:05 Dismissal
  • Twin Spirit Day! Students may dress alike with a group of friends.
  • Safety Patrol Trip to Dutch Wonderland


Tuesday, June 14

  • Day 3
  • SGOs and PGPs due 9 am
  • 5th Grade Recognition Program 9:30 in APR
  • Crazy Sock Day!
  • 2:05 Dismissal
  • 1:00-5:00 pm Be the Match Drive in Mennies Media Center


Wednesday, June 15

  • Day 4
  • 2:05 Dismissal
  • Summer Vacation is Almost Here Day! Wear a t-shirt of your favorite vacation spot.


Thursday, June 16

  • Day 5
  • Last Day for Students!
  • 2:05 Dismissal. Follow Abbreviated Day Schedule!
  • Dress for Success Day! Wear your best outfits for the Last Day of School!
  • Last Day Celebration....

    9:30-10:00 Grades 4,5

    10:10-10:40 Grades 2,3

    1:10-1:40 Grades K,1


Friday, June 17

  • Last Day for Staff!
  • End of Year Breakfast at Double Eagle 9:00 am
  • Happy Summer!

News You Can Use!

Please be sure that students take home all of their belongings before the end of school.The Main Office will NOT store large piles of "stuff" for students.


A reminder that the week of June 13th will be early dismissal days for Students...these are FULL workdays for staff members.


Well, it's been an interesting year Mennies Many Friends! We wish you a peaceful, relaxing summer full of fun and laughter! And we'll see you in September.....


Except for Robin Cohen and Nancy Walters! We hope you enjoy that Mennies Retiree Breakfast on September 6th! Mennies is losing two master teachers...we wish you the best in your retirement!


A reminder that Mennies is closed on Fridays, beginning June 24th. Also, summer hours for the building are 8:30 am to 2:30 pm. All staff must exit the building before 2:30 pm. Thank you for your cooperation!

Words of Wisdom

Oh, say does that star-spangled banner yet wave
O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave?

~ Francis Scott Key, The Star Spangled Banner


With something to think about . . .Each year Flag Day is celebrated with various shows of patriotism, whether it be parades or displays. By celebrating Flag Day, we're doing more than showing our respect to Old Glory, we are showing respect for those who have fought and died protecting the people and the country our flag represents. We are upholding the principles, the freedoms, and the laws that make our country a place where so many thrive; we are celebrating the unification of cultures that have come together so uniquely to make America great. So wave your flag proudly. It is a symbol of our unity.

Remember to take care of yourself.

Take a moment and be proud of the things you stand for -- your principles, your morals and your conduct.

TECH TIP OF THE WEEK

Some Summer Fun...Here's over 125 Google Classroom pins on Pinterest! Click HERE

Happy Summer Birthday!

Kristen Speakman~June 18

Stacey Fanucci~June 23

Maria Hensley~June 24

Alexis Cartagena~July 6

Patty St. John~July 10

Elaine Hawk~July 13

Anita Bertonazzi~July 17

Juan Cardona~July 23

Darlene Castellini~July 24

Vanna Baxter~July 28

Rebecca Eisenman~July 31

Rachel Parks~August 1

Stephanie Hadley~August 4

Maria Chance~August 8

Mary Lou Brown~August 11

Jane Donato~August 20

Pam Geri~August 22

Chris Hannah~August 28

Mark Your Calendar

September...yes, September!

1-Staff Returns 8:00 am-3:00.

1-Open House 1:00-3:00 pm

2-Workshop Day

5-School Closed

6-First Day for Students

9-Cherrydale Kickoff Assemblies 2:00, 2:30

12-PTO Overview Meeting 6:15-6:45; Back to School Night 6:45-8:00 pm