Dunn's Corners School
Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Safe
January 14, 2022
Good afternoon DCS!
Happy New Year! We are very proud to be recognized as one of US News top elementary schools in the United States. We will continue to work hard to ensure success for every child!
Remember to go directly to your child's teacher for any questions, concerns, positive feedback, or for information about the school day.
We will be using #dcsanchors all over social media. Look for it on twitter, Facebook, and Instagram!
Have a great weekend!
Mr. Morrone, Proud Principal of DCS!
Celebrating Accountable Independent Reading Homework in Grade's 3 and 4
By: Natalie M.
Marion Takes Charge by: Callie Barkley
Prompt: What is the key event and what is important to the story?
In Marion Takes Charge the key event was that Marion got to baby-sit for her little sister Gabby. Their new animal Tabby a cat, got lost while she was babysitting Gabby, Marion wanted to stay responsible and baby-sit where they were supposed to be their house. Insted Marion asked her Dad to go The Critter Club with Gabby he said yes so Marion, and Gabby were to look for Tabby. They ended up finding Tabby.
Praise! Great details to show understanding of the story.
Push! How is the key event of this chapter important to the story? (go back to prompt)
By David S.
Candy Maker by Wendy Mas
Prompt: Describe a character.
Logan was a character in "The Candy Maker" by Wendy Mas pages 1-20 Logan is only one of the four characters in the book. The main idea about logan is that he is the candymakers son and is waiting to own the life is sweet candy factory. for example he says "every morning his father and mother made him cinnamon covered oatmeal. another example is I cant wait to make candy" as you see Logan cant wait to own his fathers factory.
Praise! Nice job using evidence from the story.
Push! Pay attention to grammatics.
February Spirit Day - Super bowl Day
Wear your favorite football team clothing!
Home PBIS Matrix
Dunn's Corners Instagram
Please follow our school's Instagram account, @dunns_corners_school_ri, to get an inside look at what happens through our school community.
Battle of the Books Royal Court
Important News For Bus Riders
Need some help? Look no further.
United Way 2-1-1: Whether you need to find daycare for your child, get financial assistance for a utility bill, find a mental health counselor to help you in a crisis, or connect with any other kind of community service, you'll find all the answers you need by calling 2-1-1.
HealthSource RI: Information about health insurance plans, including RIte Care.
Rhode Island Legal Services: RILS is the State's major law firm for low-income people with civil legal problems.
You can also call 401-333-7250
Free Vaccination Clinic
Thursday, Jan. 20th, 3-6pm
39 State Street
- All approved ages.
- Boosters available at this site.
- Offering Pfizer vaccine.
- Use this link to register:
Anyone Need a Library Card?
Ready to Learn
Is your child not in First Grade? Check back next week. Every week a different grade gets a turn.
BOKS (Build Our Kid's Success)
The BOKS Burst Weekly Activities, found in the September Fitness Calendar, are meant to get you and your kids up and moving throughout the day. Studies show that daily movement breaks increase focus, improve mood, and have many added health benefits. Let's all get moving this week with the below bursts!
Please click here to see the January Fitness Calendar. If you click an activity on the calendar, it will bring you to a YouTube video explaining the activity.
Are you game? Click here for free downloadable games to get your kids moving. Some of the games include; BOKSopoly, BOKS ABC Beanbag Challenge, BOKS Chutes and Ladders, and Cup Stacking.