MRE Update

April 26, 2019

Dates to Remember

May 10 - PTO Enrichment Event: Pumpernickel Puppets, for Kindergarten

May 14 - Parent Info Night for Incoming Kindergarten Students, 6:30 - 7:30, MRE Library

May 16 - PK Field Trip, Davis Farmland
May 23 - 3rd Grade Field Trip, Tower Hill Botanical Gardens

May 24 - Early Release, 12:15 PM - Lunch will be served including all half day K class

May 24 - Heart Challenge Event, Grades 1-5
May 27 - No School, Memorial Day

May 29 - 1st Grade Field Trip, Stone Zoo

May 29 - PTO Enrichment Event: Author Steve Krasner's Worshop, 4th Grade

May 30 - PTO Enrichment Event: Author Steve Krasner's Worshop, 5th Grade

May 31 - Great East Music Festival, Grade 5

Jun 3 - Birds of Prey Show, Grade 2
Jun 6 - Spring Concert, 6:30, MRE Auditorium
Jun 6 - Field Day, Grades 1 & 2 (rain date TBD)
Jun 7 - 2nd Grade Field Trip, Ecotarium
Jun 11 - Field Day, Grades 3, 4 & 5 (rain date TBD)

Jun 12 - Kindergarten Year-end Celebration, 9-10

Jun 14 - Lawn Party, details to be announced (rain date June 13)

Jun 18 - 5th Grade Recognition Ceremony, MRE Auditorium (time to be announced)
Jun 18 - Last Day of School - all students dismissed at 11:15

MCAS Schedule

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Nurses Corner

With spring and summer come new health issues, many of which are related to spending more time outdoors. In the Health Office I have Caladryl lotion for those itchy poison ivy rashes and insect bites. For itchy allergy eyes I can give cool compresses. To the students who may have been out in the sun too long or not used enough sunscreen, I can also help with cool compresses for their sunburned skin. The Health Office also has lotion for dry skin and Vaseline for chapped lips. Please try to help lessen the visits your child might make to the Health Office by treating as many of these issues before school. We encourage parents to make applying sunscreen and/or insect repellent a part of their morning routine.

Adequate hydration is also an important issue any time of year. We encourage you to send a water bottle or an adequate supply of other healthy liquids to school for kids to drink as desired. Proper hydration can prevent or reduce the occurrences of many health problems like nosebleeds, headaches, constipation, fevers and bladder infections.

If your child is one who tends to get wet when playing outdoors, perhaps it would be a good idea to send spare pair of socks and/or pants in his/her backpack to be changed into as needed.

Thank you and enjoy the warm weather.

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Nashoba Children's Fair

Saturday, May 4th, 10am-1pm

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