February 27, 2023
2 - Kindergarten Information Night for Incoming K students
7 - A Night to Discover - District Event
15 - PTO Meeting
Week of 20th - Book Fair
24 - Early Release - Dismissal at 12:25PM
3,4 - ELA MCAS Grade 4
5,6 - ELA MCAS Grade 3
7 - No School
12 - PTO Meeting
14 - Early Release - Dismissal at 12:25PM
17-21 No School
School Hours 2022-2023
- Arrival begins at: 8:30 AM
- School Day: 8:45 AM – 3:25 PM
- Dismissal is at 3:25 PM
- Early Release Dismissal: 12:25 PM
Kindergarten Information Night
Grade 2 Swim
Swim continues this week with the regular schedule.
On Monday, February 27th, SES will have their turn to spotlight some of the great things happening here! Lynne Marcet (Instructional Coach), Amy FitzGerald (Grade 3 teacher), Tanya Kleinebreil (Grade 3 teacher) and Carla Crocker (Grade 4 teacher) along with some of their students, will be sharing the work they are doing with student-centered coaching cycles. This small group will serve as a representation of our cycles in action and our ongoing focus on teaching and learning. I cannot say enough about the good work everyone is doing and am excited to showcase our work!
Be sure to tune in to the school committee meeting on February 27th at 6:30PM to cheer us on!
Push Notifications for SES
As I mentioned in my last week's email, you should be receiving a push notification when the newsletter is published on the site/app. Several people emailed me and shared they were not getting the notifications. That feedback was helpful. Please be sure you have selected STUDLEY in your settings, so you are kept up to date of all the posts and day to day happenings. If you need any help with this, please reach out.
Newsletter Content Ideas and Suggestions
We want to hear from you!
We want our weekly newsletters to be informational, so our families are kept in the loop of important school and district updates. We also want it to serve as a glimpse into our world.
SO - if you have any ideas or suggestions that you would like to hear or learn about our school, please fill out this form. It will help us shape our updates to be meaningful and worthwhile.
Content Ideas and Suggestions (google.com)
Important Information about MassHealth and SNAP Benefits:
In response to the COVID-19, MassHealth put protections in place that prevented members’ MassHealth coverage ending, and qualifying Massachusetts households began to receive extra SNAP at the beginning of each month to buy food. Due to recent action by the federal government, these protections and extra benefits will be ending soon. Please visit the Welcome Center website
for more information on what you can do now.
Last Day of School
As of now, the last day of school (grades 1-11) is scheduled for June 14th
, which is an early release. This is the date if there are NO cancellations
. The district calendar shows the 22nd would be the LAST day of school if we have 5 cancellations. I wanted to clarify as this can be confusing.
The last day of kindergarten is scheduled for June 2nd, which is a FULL day. The last day of K would move to June 9th only IF we had five (5) or more cancellations.
A Night to Discover
You are all invited to a A Night to Discover. This district wide event will showcase student learning at all levels across all schools. We are very excited for this awesome community event at the new high school.
Please keep in mind the upcoming MCAS dates for grades 3 and 4. We ask that you make ALL efforts to have your students in school on time on these dates. This means avoiding scheduling appointments, trips, etc. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out.
Grade 3 and 4 MCAS Dates:
- April 3rd, 4th - Grade 4 ELA
- April 5th, 6th - Grade 3 ELA
- May 8th, 9th - Grade 4 Math
- May 10th, 11th - Grade 3 Math
We all like a little spotlight once in a while.... If you or your child would like to spotlight a staff member, please fill out this form. Your comments will be shared with the staff to brighten their spirits by showing them just how much they mean to you.
Staff Spotlights (google.com)
Family and Community Resource Guide
The APS Welcome Center is happy to share the Family and Community Resource Guide. This guide is for the APS Community, including families, students, and staff, to access local resources and support. You can access the guide by visiting the Welcome Center webpage
Community Flier Summary
All APS Community Fliers can be found within the Welcome Center website. To view this week’s fliers, including information from throughout Attleboro please visit the Welcome Center webpage or click here for current fliers.