Tracey's Weekly Newsletter

Friday, March 2nd, 2018

Dr. Seuss’ Birthday Celebration

In recognition of Read Across America and Dr. Seuss’ birthday, classes have celebrated all week. Very special guests from the Norwalk community came this Friday March 2nd to visit and read to students.

Crazy Hair Day & Reading Buddies

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At Tracey Elementry

Upcoming Events


Monday, March 5th, 2018

Our Parent Coffee Hour Meeting will be on Monday, March 5th at 10:00 a.m. downstairs in the Community Room. Mrs. Hellthaler will our guest speaker. She is our special education teacher here at Tracey School. This is her 10th year teaching in Norwalk Public Schools and her 4th year at Tracey school. She works with students in K, 1st, and 2nd Grade. Mrs. Hellthaler is currently pursuing her doctoral degree to further her knowledge in the field of Special Education. She strongly believes that it is important for individuals have a “growth mindset” and that with effort and practice, anything is possible.
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Mrs. Hellthaler- Special Education

Join us Parents & Family!!

We welcome all parents to attend our weekly Friday Community Meetings held by our talented students. You can ask your student, student's teacher, or our main office as to when your child's class will be directing the weekly Friday Community Meeting.

March 1st

Kicked off March Reading Celebration starting March 4th - April 4th. Top 3 winners will participate in the Volleyball game on April 5th along with the Norwalk Police Departmet and the Norwalk Fire Department.

March 2nd

In recognition of Dr. Seuss’ birthday classes have celebrated all week. Special guests from the Norwalk community will came by to visit and read to the students.

March 7th, 8th, & 9th

Tracey’s STEM fair will be judging the finalists that will move on to the district competition.

March 14th

Picture day.

March 15th

Conference Night from 6-8 p.m.

March 27th

High Touch/ High Tech Science activities for 5th grade.

April 6th

Spelling Bee at 10:45 a.m. for 5th grade.

April 27th

Tracey School will host this year’s Arbor Day Celebration. The Alliance will be planting a

tree in the front of the school and Mrs. Kaplan’s 4th Grade class will be hosting the event.


- Arbor Day Celebration~There is a poster contest that goes along with the celebration and each grade level will have a winner. The artwork selected will be displayed in the Doubletree Inn in Norwalk.

- Parents need to make sure they have updated their email accounts and contact information with the school so that they are receiving the peachjar and robo-call information. To update this information please send an email to or call (203) 899-2960.

- If you are interested in being a judge for Tracey’s Invention Convention please contact Mr. Sincerbeaux via email at

- Many Tracey staff members have applied for the NEF Mini Grants. We will find out in March if staff have been awarded.

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Tracey Elementary Contest for BoxTops!

Keep sending in those Box Tops! The class with the most Box Tops collected will win an ice cream party at the end of the year! Please click on the attached BoxTops forms below to download.

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Click below on the "Frozen Pastry Order Form" to download yours today!

Morning Drop-off at Portico

It has been brought to our attention that there are safety concerns regarding parent driving during morning drop-off. Going forward any vehicles dropping off students in front of the portico will not be permitted to park in front of the main door. Any vehicles dropping off students will enter thru the designated path indicated by orange cones. The side entrance to our gym will be open from 8:45-9:05 am. The doors at the portico will remain unlocked until 9:20 am. Students entering the portico should be dropped off and walk on the side of the orange cones closest to the building. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.


Guidelines for Absence and Exclusion from School Deciding

Please be mindful to pickup your child within a half hour of being notified by the school.

Click on the link below for Norwalk Public Schools' Guidelines for Absences and Exclusion.

Please Make Sure Students Wear Weather Appropriate Clothing

Please dress your child with appropriate clothes for the winter weather. For example, heavy jackets, long sleeve shirts, warm pants, hats, gloves, and scarves.
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