The Nashua News

May 2019

Nashua Mission

The Nashua Community fosters inspiring relationships, sets the foundation for life-long learning, and guides independent thinkers to achieve excellence.

Upcoming Events

May

2

Major Saver Limo Ride

3

5-7:30 pm PTA Family Fun Night

1st Grade Field Trip to Wonderscope

4

Nashua Fishing Day

6

Book Worm Day

7

PTA Labels Day

Sporty Gear Day

8

3rd Field Trip to Zoo

Anything You Want Day

9

Dog Days of. Summer

10

5th Grade STRUM Assembly

Nowhere to be Day

14

Career Day

6:00 pm PTA meeting

25

Reading Challenge Field Trip

16

2:30 pm 5th grade DARE Graduation

17

Show Me Baseball Reading Celebration

21

KLC Meeting

Volunteer Luncheon

23

2:45-3:45 Genius Hour Showcase

24

Field Day

27

NO SCHOOL-Memorial Day

28

9:30 am K end of year awards

10:00am 1st end of year awards

10:30 pm 2nd end of year awards

29

9:30 am 3rd end of year awards

10:00 am 4th end of year awards

10:30 am 5th end of year awards

31

LAST DAY-Dismiss at 12:30 pm

Principally Speaking

It's been an amazing school year and it's coming to a fast close! The staff at Nashua recognize the important contributions parents make toward a child's success in school. There is no question about it-success at school begins at home. Parents are the single most important variable in a child's schooling. Parents model both a silent and spoken language in front of their children daily.

One of the most important components of a good school is the partnership between the school and parents who work together for the best interest of children. The close partnership between home and school is one of the exceptional strengths of Nashua Elementary.

We have always had a strong tradition of supportive, hard-working parents. Throughout the year parents have the opportunity to develop that partnership in a wide variety of ways. Parents join the PTA, volunteer in the classroom, help at Family Fun Night, attend School Site Council meetings, read to their children and help in many other ways. It is important to your child that you are involved in some way at school. It's a way to let your child know you think his or her school is important.

Thank you for your support with your child's academic and emotional development this year! I especially would like to recognize the Parent Volunteers and Community Partners for their efforts throughout the year. We look forward to recognizing all of our Nashua volunteers at our Volunteer Luncheon on May 14th. As always , it's a privilege to serve as the principal at Nashua Elementary!

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Changes for the 2019-20 School Year

We say goodbye to:

Ms. Karen-Clerk

Mrs. Glasgow-3rd grade

Ms. Douglas-5th grade


We say hello to:

Ms. Schoening-4th grade

Mrs. Atkinson-5th grade

Proof of Residency

You will need to show proof of residency for the 2019-20 school year by May 31st. Along with the Residency Verification Form, please provide two of the following:

1. Most current rental/lease/purchase contract or mortgage statement

2. Utility bill or contract for utility service

3. Most current personal property tax or real estate tax statement or receipt

4. Driver's license or state-issued ID

Please call the office at 321-5160 if you have any questions.

2019-20 Grade Level Teams

K: Mrs. Goodwin, Mrs. Lowe, Mrs. Sprague

1st: Ms. Blair, Mrs. Fowler, Mrs. Heubener, Mrs. Vroom

2nd: Mrs. Knight, Mrs. Plummer

3rd: Mrs. Brown (Dahm), Ms. Connors, Mrs. Fountain

4th: Ms. Crisafulli, Mrs. Munson, Ms. Schoening

5th: Mrs. Atkinson, Mrs. Lister, Mr. Rodgers

Nashua PTA Updates

May PTA News