Delaney Elementary School
Monthly Newsletter - April Issue
Spring has sprung!
Happy Spring! I hope you and your families are enjoying the warmer weather and longer days that come with the change of the season. It was so nice to see many of you recently during parent teacher conferences. We have a busy month upon us, and I want to thank you for taking the time to read through the important information included throughout the newsletter.
As always, please contact me with any questions or concerns.
Miss Kathleen Maloney
IMPORTANT UPCOMING DATES
Friday, April 5
PTO Sponsored Father-Daughter Dance
7:00-8:30 in the Delaney Cafeteria
Wednesday, April 10 & Thursday, April 11
Preschool Screening (by appointment)
April 15 - April 19
April Vacation- No School
Tuesday, April 30 and Thursday, May 2
Grade 3 MCAS Testing in Mathematics
Any lost and found items that are not claimed by Friday, April 12th will be donated to a local charity. The lost and found is located in the Delaney Cafeteria.
Please remember to wear appropriate footwear for physical education classes and for playing and climbing outside at recess.
Thank you for taking the time to complete the Delaney School Needs Survey. The results will be shared with the School Council and will help in the development of the WPS School Improvement Plan.
placement information for 2019-2020
We are looking for your input and voice in the placement process for next year. Parent and guardian input is an important aspect of creating balanced classrooms and successful learning experiences for all students.
If you would like to provide parent input for consideration in the placement process, you are invited to fill out a Google Form that will be emailed to you on Wednesday, April 10th. This is a great opportunity to provide input on your child's strengths, weaknesses, health considerations, and/or potential peer conflicts. Please remember that this is not a tool to request a particular teacher.
We will be accepting placement input from parents and guardians until Thursday, April 25th. We value parent input in the placement process as an important tool for creating classrooms where all children can find success both academically and socially.