Pleasant Street School News
building a community of learners that strive for excellence
What does summer reading look like?!!
For more information on the importance of summer learning please click on the research brief below.
Second Grade Ecotarium Adventures
To see a short video collection of images and memories from the trip please click on the link below.
English language learners enjoy field trip to Amherst College
Yup! We Rocked the 80's in our All School Concert!!
Please enjoy a collection of images from our concert captured within a short video by clicking on the link below.
Adventures with Animals! Barnyard visits Pleasant Street
To see more pictures from this event please click on the link below:
Return of the Dinosaurs!
To see a collection of images of these many projects please click on the link below for a short video. Special thanks to Mitchell Grosky for contributing a number of the photographs included here.
Field Day News
If you would like to volunteer for field day please call the office at (978) 249-2405 or send an email to Mrs. St. Jean at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note all field day volunteers assisting with activity stations must have a CORI on file.
Field Day Lunch:
Parents & family members can bring their own lunch and a blanket and enjoy lunch with your child or children for a picnic on the back play yard. Families who are only coming with their own lunch do not have to have a CORI done. If children do not have a family member at school he or she will be asked to stay in the café for lunch.
Let’s plan for good weather!
If it is raining we will have to cancel field day.
For more information, including a tentative schedule and list of possible activities please see the attached link.
Congratulations Graduates of the Class of 2015!
- Tobey Chase, Clark University, Worcester, MA (deferred acceptance-will travel for one year!)
- Liam Ellis- Clarkson University, Potsdam, NY
- Caitlyn Gullage, Fitchburg State University, Fitchburg, MA
- Kevin Hume, Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT
- Jessica Mann, Emerson College, Boston, MA
- Haley McGrath, Worcester State University, Worcester, MA
- Michael Rouleau, Worcester State Univesity, Worcester, MA
We wish all of our area graduates from Athol High School and local communities the very best!
Donuts for Dads! Preschool Celebrates in Advance of Fathers' Day
To see a short video of images from this program please click on the link below.
Fantastic Fun Friday Friends are Recognized with VIP Certificates
4th grade rockets: countdown to launch time
On Friday June 12th, Mr. Edward Lee, Chief of Engineering Resources for Hanscom Air Force Base, also active in STEM, assisted the 4th Grade students in rocket building. Prior to the project, Mr. Lee will teach a science lesson on physics. Students will learn about scientist, Sir Isaac Newton's 3 Laws of Motion and how all 3 laws apply to rocketry. We expect to launch the rockets on June 19th!
Bullying Prevention Pledge
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Our Bank Tellers Take a Trip To Kimball Farm
Pleasant Street Student Makes her Mark at Relay for Life
See A Need, Fill a Need, LawnMowers to the Rescue!
How will your children have fun this summer?
on June 25th- Don't miss a bug walk! Trust us...kids love to find bugs!
Free Fun on Fridays-70 MUSEUMS & CULTURAL VENUES
10 WEEKS OF FUN THIS SUMMER, 7 SITES OPEN FOR FREE EACH FRIDAY-Free Fun Fridays offers visitors no cost admission to many of the most treasured cultural venues in Massachusetts.
School Calendar for the 2015-2016 academic year
Please note our school calendar for next year has been voted by school committee and approved. For planning purposes it is linked below if you would like to print it. The first student day is August 26, 2015.
Community Events & Postings
Do you have news to share or want to inform members of our school community about family friendly events in our area? if so, please email or forward a flyer or link.
Thank you :)
Stories in the Park- starting June 5 at 9:30 am at the Millers Park at the Athol Public Library- Enjoy strolling through the park with your child as you read the pages of a different book each week posted along signs through the park. This free, fun family activity will be continuing through out the summer! Please Click on the link below for more information.
Big Brothers/ Big Sisters Program is enrolling children for the 2015-2016 school year program. They serve children in the Athol/Orange area with transportation provided from Riverbend and Butterfield Schools. Please click on the link below for more information about this program and how you can be involved.
For other local events, happenings, and resources in this area... you can also check the North Quabbin Community Coalition website below:
These are not school sponsored events but are posted here as a public service for families in the greater North Quabbin community.
Upcoming Events...Mark your Calendars!
Upcoming Events and Dates!
- June 16, District prek screening at Valuing our Children location
- June 16, Visit from Athol Public Library, childrens' librarian
- June 17- preschool graduation-morning program at 10:00 am & afternoon program at 2:00 pm
- June 18- Field Day
- June 18 – volunteer appreciation breakfast
- June 18-last day of school for preschool
- June 18- Multi-Cultural Festival at ARMS
- June 19- K nursery rhythms- 1:30 pm
- June 22- 4th grade step up – 1:30 pm
- June 23-last day for kindergarten only! -half day- noon dismissal
- June 23- Book Swap Event!- Official kick off to our summer reading program
- June 24- half day- 10:00 am- all school meeting- last day of school for grades 1-4, (no lunch provided)