TMS Weekly Update 2019-2020
May 22nd, 2020
Meaning of Memorial Day
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Each week there will be a new theme for students to submit a video or picture for and we will highlight them. First challenge:
Send it to the following folder through your school account:
Tyngsborough's Got Talent is still on... virtually. Check out the flyer below.
TMS Remote Learning Superstars
Spanish All Stars
6th Grade: Isabella Duarte, Zack Kaminski, and William Matteson.
7th Graders: Sabrina Osborne, Makayla Hughes, Brendan Meehan, Dante Corso, Rebekah Ruiz, and Sean Mullin.
Connor St. Gelais
Need a little help from a tutor?
I hope this email finds you and your families well. I know schools have closed for the rest of the year and want to offer help. I was talking with Chelsey Guastucci and we would love to help with tutoring, workshops, and just having zoom meetings with current students to talk about their classwork and helping them through this time. We are sure many other current college students and Tyngsborough alumni would love to give back and help out. We look forward to hearing from you.
Sara Moran: Chelsey Guastucci
(978) 551-0905 (978) 866-9427
MA Department of Public Health's Women, Infants, & Children (WIC) Nutrition Program
The Department of Public Health is sharing the following information on access to WIC services and food for our families with young children.
The MA Department of Public Health's Women, Infants, & Children (WIC) Nutrition Program is informing our health and community partners that WIC services are available by phone. ALL WIC Programs are able to provide all services by phone to align with social distancing efforts. Our website will be kept up-to-date as well. Contact local WIC programs with any questions about breastfeeding, nutrition or shopping. Even if local program offices are not open, they are responding to phone calls and providing services from remote locations. WIC is committed to providing families with continued support now and in the days ahead.
WIC welcomes families at any time. Check out WIC's eligibility page to see how to families can apply online for WIC services. Parents, grandparents and foster parents may apply for children under the age of five years who are in their care.
Call WIC at 1-800-942-1007 or 617-721-6601weekdays Monday through Friday 9am – 5pm. If you hear a recording, please leave a message with your name and telephone number, and staff will respond the same business day or email a Local WIC Program directly with any questions. Download the list: WIC Local Program Email Addresses.
Thank you for supporting WIC families!
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Our efficient and effective 3-step model provides kids with the essentials they need, free of charge. This enables us to engage communities that have, connecting them with communities that need.
- New and nearly new children’s items are collected through grassroots community drives and corporate donations.
- Donations are then processed and packaged by volunteers in our warehouse, The Giving Factory.
- Packages from The Giving Factory are distributed to local disadvantaged children — through our collaborative network of diverse Service Partners.
To read more, go to: https://www.cradlestocrayons.org/boston/