Regional School District No. 6
Mrs. Leavitt returned to school to surprise the students with a new "buddy bench"
for the playground. What a great spot to "come sit and be my friend,"
as the quote on the plaque states. Thank you, Mrs. Leavitt!
September 7, 2017
It is hard to believe that we have only been in school for six school days. Everyone has settled in, and routines are running smoothly. The older students in each class have helped so much, since they know the routines so well from last year. We are looking forward to Open House on September 19th because we have so much to show you!
Please take a look at the "A Look Ahead" section below. There are new times listed for a few events, including the Back to School Carnival that will take place this Saturday. It's going to be a beautiful day. I hope to see you there!
In preparation for our first round of Enrichment Clusters, students share their interests with the staff.
Mr. Leone talks to students about the vegetable artwork they are creating in preparation for the Harvest of Dreams Luncheon.
Mrs. Brady and a young scientist closely examine a monarch caterpillar.
A Look Ahead...
9/8 - Summer Reading Logs and BBQ forms are due.
9/9 - Friends of Warren School Back to School Carnival 3:00-5:00 PM (NEW TIME)
9/12 - BOE Special Meeting - Academic Performance Presentation - 6:00 PM in District Conference Room
9/12 - Board of Education Meeting – 7:00 PM in District Conference Room
9/13 - Morning Principal Coffee Hour at 9:00 AM. Come enjoy a cup of coffee and provide input on the Warren School Improvement Plan for 2017-2018. Please RSVP at 860-868-2223.
9/14 – Book Blast & BBQ – 5:00 PM at Wamogo
9/18 – School Photos (flyers will be sent home tomorrow)
9/19 – Open House 6:30-8:00 PM at Warren School
9/20 - Safe School Climate Committee Meeting at 9:00 AM at Warren School
9/20 - FOWS After School Tie Dye Activity 3:30-5:30 Warren School Playground
9/21 - Friends of Warren School - Community Planning Meeting 3:30 PM; Regular FOWS meeting to follow. (NEW TIME)
9/21 - Evening Principal Coffee Hour Postponed until October 12th at 5:00 PM
9/25 - Harvest Luncheon 12:00 - 1:15 PM
9/28 - Warren School Listening Tour with Superintendent Chris Leone (9:00 AM, 2:30 PM, and 7:00 PM)
Happenings and Items of Note
Wanted: Your Input and Feedback
We are in the process of writing our school improvement plan for the 2017-2018 school year, and your input would be greatly valued and appreciated. Please consider joining me on Wednesday, 9/13 at 9:00 AM and/or on Thursday, 10/12 (new date) at 5:00 PM to begin these discussions.
Additionally, our first Safe-School Climate meeting will take place on Wednesday 9/20 at 9:00 AM. The Safe-School Climate committee is comprised of members of the Warren School staff, the Director of Safety and Security, and parent representatives. The focus is on anti-bullying efforts and fostering a positive school culture. Any interested parents/guardians who are available are invited to attend.
Please call the school office or email me at email@example.com to RSVP.
Our 2017 Harvest Luncheon will take place on Monday, September 25th from 12:00-1:15 PM. An annual highlight of the RSD6 elementary school experience, this luncheon features delicious dishes prepared and served by our students, and made from the crops harvested in our own school garden. Parents and community members are invited to attend this wonderful event, facilitated by our 2017-18 RSD6 Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Alisa Wright.
Our School Vision
Our vision is to promote an exemplary program where every child achieves success in a child-centered environment, where learning is personalized and students become self-directed and motivated learners. All of our students learn in a high-quality multi-age environment.
To achieve this vision, we:
Support children as unique individuals and social learners
Expect and value differences among children
Inspire children to love learning
Encourage children to take risks, learn from failure and challenge themselves
Encourage children to be innovators and leaders
Empower all children to become voracious readers, powerful writers, and clear communicators
Provide authentic learning opportunities for children to explore and use mathematics
Provide children with choices to follow their interests and passions through inquiry learning across content areas
Provide opportunities for children to think creatively, invent, and explore the world around them
Create an environment where learning is cultivated through social interactions with children of different ages and abilities