Weekly Adie News

Week of 11/9-11/13

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Dates to Remember:

Veteran's Day-this week

****There will be NO SCHOOL this Wednesday, November 11th, in honor of Veteran's Day.

-Thursday, November 12th, parent/teacher conferences. Teachers will reach out to schedule individual parent/teacher times.

-Friday, November 13th, mask orders due.

-Wednesday, November 18th, early release, students dismissed at 1:30.

-Wednesday, November 25th, early release for Thanksgiving, students dismissed at 11:50.

-Monday, November 30th, School picture day... more details will be coming soon.

Curriculum Corner:

Handwriting Without Tears Curriculum: Mat man

Mat Man is a fun character that was created as a multisensory teaching tool by HWT Get Set for School Program to help young children develop essential readiness skills in the areas of body awareness, pre-writing, number awareness, building, social and communication skills. Here are some pictures of the students in Ms. Stephanie's class working on their own Mat man activities....

Boom cards....

Boom Cards are digital, self-checking, interactive activities. Students are shown one question at a time and get instant feedback on their answers! Here are some pictures of the students in Ms. Sue's class working on their Boom Cards activities...

Adie Gator masks for Sale!

Masks for sale! We are selling our very own Adie Gator masks. The masks are available in youth and adult sizes. They are soft and comfortable! Masks are royal blue. Cost is $6 per mask. Order forms were sent home last week. If you need a form please let the teacher know or email me at: cadams@lowell.k12.ma.us.

***Orders are due by Friday, November 13th.

Donations

Ipad covers

We received additional Ipads for our students to assist with learning through the use of technology. We were in need of protective cases for these devices. Thank you Bill Gilet for your donation of the very durable Ipad covers. As a result, each student at the Adie day now has access to a device they can use safely. Thanks!
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News from Nurse Lea:

Thank you parents for your commitment to keeping our program safe. We appreciate you informing us when your child is not feeling well and following up with the pediatrician when it is recommended. Please continue to keep your child home if they are not feeling well and contact their pediatrician or family doctor for instructions about possible testing or care. If your child has been tested for COVID they should remain home until you receive the test results.