From the Principal's Pen

November 17, 2019

VETERANS DAY

"Without heroes, we are all plain people, and don't know how far we can go." - Bernard Malamud


Julian Curtiss students and staff welcomed our local heroes and family members to attend our Veteran’s Day Assembly on Monday, November 11th. The following Veterans attended and as you can see we had representation from four branches of the military - Army, Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps.


John L. Vecchiola (US Army) - Father of Mrs. Michelle Salomon (K teacher) and Grandfather of Kate Salomon (2S)


Francisco Garrido (US Air Force) - Father of Manolo Garrido (3R) and Giovanni Garrido (2S)


Thomas Cahill (US Marines) - Grandfather of Clara Cahill (3D)


Richard May (US Army) - Grandfather of Corinne Broderick (4L)


Matt Driskill (US Navy) - Father of Reagan Driskill (1H)


Our students had an opportunity to learn about the meaning of a Veteran and why they are so important to our present lives as well as the freedom we enjoy as United States citizens. Mr. Driskill spoke to the students about why they have choices and how they can take advantage of those choices in life. Students made posters and cards to thank them for their service. Thank you again to all our service members.

FALL FUNDRAISER A SUCCESS!

Thank you to Bevan Talbot, mom of Grant Gacicia in 2B and Teddy Gacicia in 3M for planning, organizing and leading an amazing and fun event! Thank you to all of our volunteers and participants. You all contribute to the heart of our community!

FAMILIES AS PARTNERS IN LEARNING

FROM PUZZLE TO PLAN... LEARN HOW TO PARTNER WITH TEACHERS TO SUPPORT YOUR STUDENT'S LEARNING!


When it comes to conference time, and learning how your child is progressing in school, there are a number of puzzle pieces to put together. Teachers bring some of the pieces, and families bring others. All these pieces are important to understanding your child's progress and achievement so you can support learning skills at home.


We are working together with Patti Jomo of Willow Road Consulting to bring you a workshop that will help you, as a parent, be ready to partner with your child's teacher starting with strategies for the upcoming parent-teacher conferences.


WORKSHOP DATES


Choose morning or evening option!


Tuesday, November 19th

8:15 - 9:15 am


OR


Tuesday, November 19

6:00 - 7:30 pm

(includes dinner & babysitting)


If you would like to attend the evening workshop, please print out the flyer below and return the tear-off portion, or complete the Google form linked below to reserve your space for dinner and babysitting by Monday, November 18th.

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Run off that big dinner...Join us at the Turkey Trot! Julian Curtiss aims to be the elementary school with the highest number of participants. The elementary school that reaches this goal receives $500 toward PE equipment. Please consider registering your family even if you are not attending. The Greenwich Alliance supports our students in so many ways. This is a good cause!

Saturday, Nov. 30th, 9am

100 Arch Street

Greenwich, CT

5K & 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk


Saturday, November 30, 2019


Arch Street Teen Center
100 Arch Street


Start Times: 1 Mile – 9:30 AM (sharp)
5K – 10:00 AM


Adults: $30 through 10/31, $35 after 10/31 (Race Day – $40)
Children (14 and under): $15 (Race Day – $15)
($1 service fee not included)



Click on the link below to register!


Turkey Trot Registration

PARA TRADUCIR ESTE MENSAJE, HAGA CLIC EN ESTE MENSAJE PARA ABRIR EN SU NAVEGADOR, LUEGO HAGA CLIC EN EL BOTÓN DE ABAJO QUE DICE "TRANSLATE."

Julian Curtiss Magnet School of World Languages

Mrs. Trish McGuire, Principal

Mrs. Brenda Brush, Assistant Principal

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