Spofford Pond School
Inclusive Practices, Innovation, Social Emotional Learning
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November 11th-No School in honor of Veterans' Day
November 12th @ 9:30 am Coffee and Conversation with the Principal
November 27th Early release at 12pm & November 28th & 29th No school for the Thanksgiving holiday
Coffee and Conversation with the Principals!
First Responders at School!
News from Whitsons' Food Services!
THE LISA G. TEICHNER SPEAKER SERIES presents:
Positive Parenting in a Digital World:
Wednesday, November 13 @7pm at Masco Auditorium
Join Tri-Town Council as they host the 2nd installment in the Lisa G. Teichner Speaker Series, "Positive Parenting in a Digital World" with Kerry Gallagher on Wednesday, November 13th from 7 - 9PM at the Masconomet auditorium.
Ms. Gallagher is a nationally-recognized expert in cyber security, founder of ConnectSafety, an attorney, teacher and parent.
Please CLICK HERE for more information and to register on-line. Please note this will be held at the Masconomet Regional High School Auditorium, which is handicapped accessible.
Social Media and Mental Health: Optimizing the Connection
Tuesday, December 3rd @7pm
Location: Howe Manning Elementary School, Middleton
Learn about the impact social media has on today's youth and the ways their peers, families and teachers can work together to optimize it use. Practical solutions for students and teachers alike. More info and a link to register HERE.
For a full list of programs, events and resources for parents:
Masco Youth Wrestling Registration is open!
Registration is now open for all TriTown athletes in grades k-8 for the State Champion Masco Youth Wrestling program. No experience is necessary. There will be an open house on November 13 in our dedicated wrestling room at 29 Andover St (Route 114) in Danvers from 6-8. Please go to mascowrestling.com for more information.”
MIDDLETON STREAM TEAM’S ANNUAL FALL HIKE
Come join us Stream Teamers and friends on our 20th annual family fall hike in northern Middleton on Sunday afternoon, November 10. Meet on the right side of Ross Lane (across from 2 Ross Lane) off Peabody Street, Middleton, before 1 PM. We’ll hike from there to the Cudhea Crick’s upper watershed where beavers rule. We’ll then proceed south easterly along high ledge toward Old Thomas Road and Ross lane. From there we’ll visit the ancient Curtis Oak. Estimates of the giant white oak’s age are 400 to 600 years. From there, we’ll walk to the Peabody Street landing on the Ipswich River. The oaks will be putting on their annual fall show of color. Their good 2019 crop of acorns now litter the ground. Deer, turkeys, squirrels and other creatures are fattening up on them. The beavers are raising their dams in preparation for winter. Maples and other hardwoods have shed their leaves as they shut down for five months. White pines’ foliage formed this year is still a lush blue-green. Past years’ needles have turned a lovely brown and fallen. The ground beneath the trees and bushes are being loosely paved with new layers of nutrient laden leaves that each year decompose to thicken the topsoil. Folks who can walk on woodland trails for three miles, especially children, are welcome. We’ll be back at the start before 4 PM. Please call 978-774-1507 with questions.