October 30, 2022
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IMPORTANT DATES AND UPCOMING EVENTS
October 31st - Black and Orange Day
November 3rd - Home and School Meeting - 7pm - Mulready Library - All are welcome!
November 8th - SEPAC Basic Rights Presentation (see below for more information)
November 10th - Veterans Day Assembly 9:00am/Red, White, and Blue Day
November 11th - No School - Veterans Day
November 16th and 17 (night) - Parent/Teacher Conferences - 1/2 days - 11:45am dismissal
November 23rd, 24th, and 25th - Thanksgiving break - no school
SCHOOL LUNCH MENU OCT. 31-NOV. 4
HOME AND SCHOOL ASSOCIATION
Join us for our next meeting this Thursday, November 3rd at 7 pm in the school library.
Boosterthon Fun Run
Our rainy day Glow Run was a great success! We surpassed our goal of $15,000 and donations are still rolling in! Please help your student collect any outstanding donations if they haven’t yet as Monday is the last day for donations. Stay tuned for the final total!
Thank you for all of your support! Thanks to our Ohana, we will be able to provide school supplies for all of our students again next year.
Jingle Bell Craft Fair
Save the date! The Jingle Bell Fair will be happening the morning of Saturday, December 10th. It is a "craft" fair where your child and family can come to the school and make one of a kind handmade gifts at a reasonable cost for their loved ones. We are excited that the fair will be in person again this year.
This event takes a ton of preparation and we couldn’t do it without volunteers! No crafting experience is necessary to help or participate in the planning of the event. If you can hold scissors you are qualified to help prepare for the Jingle Bell Fair. Feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to get involved or join us at our next meeting this Thursday at 7 pm.
Ohana Trunk or Treat
We had a total of 30 incredibly creative trunks participating in our Trunk or Treat event this year. Thanks to all who attended!
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RED DAY FOR DYSLEXIA
MRS. REGH'S AND MRS. CALVANESE'S FRIDAY SCIENTISTS
Each week a student in Mrs. Regh's and Mrs. Calvanese's class chooses an experiment. The student follows a format for a lab report and review it with the class. The student then performs the experiment. In Mrs. Calvanese's room, a girl showed how cold walter removes the coating off candy and forms a pretty pattern. This does not happen with warm water. A boy in Mrs. Regh's class showed how a tornado forms.
FINALLY...A FIELD TRIP - 3RD GRADE GOES TO PLIMOTH
SEPAC BASIC RIGHTS PRESENTATION
This message comes to you on behalf of the Special Education Parent Advisory Council of Hudson (SEPAC-Hudson).
SEPAC-Hudson will host Virtual Basic Rights in Special Education Meeting on November 1, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. PRE-REGISTRATION is REQUIRED so you receive a Zoom link and passcode for your workshop. Use this link to pre-register https://fcsn-org.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIlcOqpqzgtGNAC59xPEjEig605G5I_grgD If you need assistance, please contact Sandra Maiuri at 508-615-7454. Interpretation is available upon request.
If you are unfamiliar with the Zoom platform, here is a quick video on how to use zoom:
· Intro to Zoom for Families: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIUVCxcew8M&t=30s
DROP-OFF AND PICK-UP
When you are dropping off or picking up your child, please pull up as far as you can and as close to each other as you safely can. We want to alleviate any traffic on Cox Street. Please do not block the entrance/exit on Cox Street and the bus entrance/exit. Children should exit and enter cars on the right side of your vehicle. Do not exit your car to help your child. Staff will assist them.
LABEL CLOTHING AND LUNCHBOXES
Also, if your child is missing clothing or a backpack or lunchbox, feel free to stop by and check out our tables.
HOODS/HATS/CELL PHONES, ETC.
Hats and hoodies are not allowed to be worn during the school day. The exception is that hats can be worn on some spirit days. There are children who are hiding inside of their hoodies in the classrooms.
Cell phones are not allowed to be seen or heard in school. If a child has one, it must be turned off and not seen or heard (kept in backpack). If it is seen or heard, it will be sent to the office and have to be picked-up by a parent. All phone calls from students will go through the office. Cell phones can only be used at CHAPS and the Boys and Girls Club.
No electronics are allowed to be used on the bus.
SCHOOL WEBSITES: (If link does not work, copy and paste it into the address bar.)
Mrs. Caloggero’s Reading Website: http://mulreadykidsread.weebly.com/
Mr. Glines’s Class weather website: http://mrglines.weebly.com/
Mrs. Colarullo’s website: https://hudsonlab.weebly.com
Mrs. Buscemi’s Math website: https://mulready.wixsite.com/hudsonmathfacts
Ms. Steinhaus’s music website: https://sites.google.com/a/student.hudson.k12.ma.us/mulready-music/
Mrs. Westberg’s Art site: https://mulreadyart.weebly.com/
The technology department website for the 1:1 program is: https://hudson.k12.ma.us/cms/one.aspx?pageId=22441536 There is also a link there for tutorials.
Mrs. Hughes’s School Psychology site: https://sites.google.com/a/student.hudson.k12.ma.us/hps-school-psychologists/kristina-hughes-mulready?authuser=0