East Side News

Week of March 6, 2017

ABC's of Student Success

Below are the ABC's of Student Success. Written by Addie Gaines, principal at Kirbyville (Missouri) Elementary School, these 26 mini-essays emphasize the important role that parents play in the achievement of your child in school.

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Parents and Caregivers: Please consider taking our technology survey and providing valuable input for our district. Deadline is March 10th. Here is the link to the parent survey below

East Side PTO Meeting

Wednesday, March 15th, 6:30pm

111 Gleason Street

Gouverneur, NY

Mrs. French will be our guest and will update us on the construction project and any other initiatives that are happening throughout the district!
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March 13-16th Theme Week!

As a special treat to help celebrate Dr. Seuss's birthday and St. Patrick's Day, some of the classes at East Side School will have special dress-up days on the week of March 13-16th.


Monday, March 13th- Hat Day. Bring a special hat to school and get to wear it all day through.


Tuesday, March 14th- Crazy Socks and Crazy Hair- Do either one or both, but bring on the crazy styles for Tuesday.


Wednesday, March 15th- Rainbow Day. Let's see how many different colors we can wear in one day.


Thursday, March 16th- Green Day. How much green can you wear?

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Congratulations to our East SideOdyssey of the Mind teams that competed on Saturday! Our second grade team solved the primary problem, 'Movin' Out!'. Thank you Mrs. Amber Ormasen for coaching our team! We are proud of you!

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Some Read Across America Activities this past week.

What's Ahead

  • 3/10/2017: 1st and 2nd Grade Jump Rope for Heart
  • 3/13/2017: Hat Day
  • 3/14/2017: Crazy Sock and Hair Day
  • 3/15/2017: Rainbow Day
  • 3/15/2017: East Side PTO Meeting 6:30p.m.
  • 3/16/2017: Green Day
  • 3/17/2017: No School for Students (Staff Development Day)

East Side Elementary School, Gouverneur, NY

East Side Elementary School is an exemplary school where we agree to place the welfare of students at the forefront of our decisions. In becoming a school of excellence, we always identify and implement new or enhanced initiatives in the area of curriculum and instruction, provide respectful and professional learning environments, develop and implement planning and support systems and increase faculty, parent and community partnerships.


We are a Responsive Classroom school, so our belief is that the social and emotional curriculum is just as important as the academic curriculum. We pride ourselves to "Delivering The Promise of A Brighter Future!"

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