Center School Chronicle
May 10, 2019
We appreciate our teachers!
A look at learning this week
Grade 5 Revolutionary War Celebrations
Personalizing the Revolutionary War!
Kindness and Caring at Center
Flowers For Friends
Good Apple Nominations Open
If you are interested in completing a Nomination Form, use the link below and return to a School Principal by Monday, June 3. Thank you!
With such a large amount of participation and community turnout, the band and chorus concert will be split into two events the evening of May 22.
Chorus: Arrive at the High School Auditorium at 5:45 PM - Concert begins at 6:00 PM
Band: Arrive at the High School Music Room at 6:30 PM - Concert begins at 6:45 PM
The time between the two shows will allow for the stage to be changed over and guests to enter and exit to allow seating for everyone.
Thank You to Mr. Yuscavage!
Mr. Benjamin Yuscavage completed his 8-week student teaching today with Mrs. Sprague. The Center School students and staff will miss his enthusiastic lessons and humor. Ben is graduating from Hartt Music School of the University of Hartford but will be back in 11 days to conduct both the 4th and 5th grade Bands in the concerts at Center and the High School. Fourth-grade students took a fabulous musical trip around the world in 5 music classes with Mr. Yuscavage. We wish him the best!
I am Ethan Valencia, a senior at East Hampton High, and being in choir has been in my blood since I have walked the halls of Center School. My senior project, "Keep the Music Alive!", focuses on the transition from Center School Chorus to the EHMS Chorus all the way to the EHHS choirs and the many offerings the HS provides. My goal is to alleviate any stress that young students may have about the transition to other choirs by answering questions parents and students may have via a Q&A video to hopefully encourage continued participation. Mr. Brown and I created a Google Form to be sent out to parents so that it can spark the conversation with their child about going to middle school and continuing music in their secondary education.
At the bottom of this email is the link to the Google Form. I will read the questions anonymously and create a video to be played to the students at their rehearsal on Thursday, May 23rd
Willy Wonka Performance
Prepare for Our 3rd Author Visit!
Notes From the Nurse
Getting Close to the End of the Year--------- News from the Nurse
To all parents/guardians:
- Please pick up any medications/supplies (contact lenses, lotion) prior to 6/17/19. Per district policy, any medications/supplies that are not picked up, will be discarded one week from that date.
- Only parents/guardians are permitted to transport medications to and from school. Medications cannot be sent home with students.
- If your child will require medication(s) for next school year, please have their physician complete a permission form this summer, which you must also sign. This includes ALL prescription and OTC medications. If your child had a medication(s) for school this year, I recently sent you a new blank form in the mail. More blank forms can be obtained at any school or at your child’s doctors’ office for any new medications.
-Grade 5 parents only…..Your child will be required by state regulations to have a physical, on a blue form, sometime after this school year ends and before they enter 7th grade.
v If you have any questions or concerns about your child and their medical issues, please stop in and see me prior to the end of school this year or at the beginning of school next year. A new nurse will be in the office a few days before the students return to school.
Thanks for a great last year with your children!
Judy A Sanborn RN
Center School Nurse
EHPS Nursing Supervisor