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A weekly newsletter of HBB news and happenings

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After School Clubs

We are pleased to announce our latest round of After School Clubs. We have some exciting offerings this session including….


Swimming, HBB Beats, First Aid, Foreign Language, Animation, Orchestra and much, much more!


Sign-up forms were sent home last week and are due back to us by February 4th. All our clubs are filled on a first-come first-serve basis and a check is required to complete your registration.

If you have any questions please reach out to us and all forms can also be found on our website and attached to this email.


https://www.middleboro.k12.ma.us/Page/5719

PTA Meeting

It’s never too late to get involved in the PTA! If you are interested in attending/joining our next meeting will be held on Tuesday February 4th at 6:30 pm in the HBB Library.


Everyone is welcome!

Book Bingo

Book Bingo is back by popular demand! Come join us on Wednesday February 5th from 6-7:30. The cost of admission is one lightly used book that you have already read.


Book Bingo is fun for all ages and everyone leaves a winner. Book Bingo is a great way to bring home some new books to read at home.


Mark your calendars and we will see you there!

Trouble With Math Homework?

Ever find yourself having a hard time helping your child with their math homework? If so I would like to highlight 2 very important resources. The first is called Bounce Pages (see flyer below). Bounce Pages is an app that goes along with our Envisions Math Program and allows you to scan your child's homework to watch videos that can support your child.


The second app is called Photo Math and is a personal favorite of mine.....especially when I am working with my own children in Middle School! Photo Math allows you to scan any math problem and the app then shows you step by step how to solve the problem. The app is free and VERY easy to use. It will even scan handwritten math problems! The app can be found here https://www.photomath.net/en/


Please remember that at this age homework is meant to teach personal responsibility. While we certainly encourage parent support the homework is not meant to be a major source of frustration and you should not feel like you have to teach the math. If your child is struggling we want to know. Just put a note on the sheet and send it back.

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News From the Middleboro Public Library

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