Discoverer's After School Program
Session 2 | Volume 1: Article 1 | March 15, 2019
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Community Resource Development offers FREE Afterschool Programming for FPS Middle Schools. Led by CRD staff, school day teachers and Community Partners, FPS Middle Schools offer a wide range of activities in science, technology, engineering, art and music. After receiving feedback from many parents, we have decided to create a newsletter. Our way of informing and showcasing what we are doing and what your children are accomplishing through our program.
Don't Miss Out !!
Please keep an eye out, sign ups for our upcoming summer programming will be available soon and you do not want to miss out on this opportunity.
We will be offering two different sections ;
A two week session with Framingham Public Access (TV production) : July 1st- 12th
A two week "Discoverers" Project- Based Program: July 15th-26th
Breakfast, lunch, and transportation will be provided.
If you have any questions please contact Will Jantzen @ firstname.lastname@example.org or 508-782-6338
Meet Our Dungeons & Dragons Storytellers
Two of our storytellers Kevin Fisher & Matthew Souza preparing for the start of the game
Our storyteller Tricia Richards leading students through the game
What is D & D
" Dungeons and Dragons is a classic fantasy game. Players create their own custom characters by rolling dice and using the rule book. Players can build any character they imagine. The story tellers use the story book to guide the players on an epic adventure to rescue friends and defeat monsters. There is no board, no screen, and no end to the amount of fun you can have! "
Tuesday's Dungeons and Dragons Club
Thursday's Dungeons and Dragons Club
Our Robotics team competed at the Southern New England Regionals with and against 48 teams on Saturday, February 23rd in order to advance to the VEX Robotics world championships.
The students have spent the school year working together to design, build, and program a robot using VEX EDR. The teams were required to execute a game called 'Turning Point,' which is played by stacking cups on a post, by flipping caps, by stacking balls on caps, by toggling flags, by throwing balls, and by parking robots.
"Walsh Roboty McRobotFace," robot 9791C, created by Zachary Dustin, Tyler Garofalo, CJ Crocker, and Liam Donovan, is one of the five teams advancing to the Vex Robotics world championships. The championship will be held in Louisville, Kentucky in April.
No Name Calling Week
"No Name Calling Week" is organized by educators and students in order to end name calling and bullying in schools. This week is a way to spread awareness and reinforce our core values, respect and acceptance. Traditionally, "No Name Calling Week" is January 21st -25th but here at Walsh, we honored it February 11th-14th, 2019 with the GSA leading activities and discussions throughout the week.
- Thursday, March 21: Last Day of Session 2 Clubs
Latinas En Accion WILL NOT MEET:
- Tuesday, March 19th
- Tuesday, March 26th
(LEA will resume Tuesday, April 2nd)
Mentoring and Academic Support Program ;
- Last Day of Session 2: Thursday, March 14
- First Day of Session 3: Tuesday, April 2nd
Thank you Latinas En Accion!
Thank you to the LEA club for putting together 'Walsh's Walk of Fame.' They created this to recognize and congratulate the cast and crew of the "Little Mermaid" production.
3- on-3 Information
Our Annual 3 vs. 3 basketball tournament has arrived and you do not want to miss it!
After School Session Dates
Session 1 : September 24th- December 13th
Session 2 : January 7th- March 21st
Session 3: April 1st- June 13th
"High quality afterschool programs generate positive outcomes for youth including improved academic performance, classroom behavior, and health and nutrition."