Yesterday the students and staff competed in a fiercely-contested basketball game. Although there was some uncertainty about the final score, there was no question about the fun and laughter that took place on the court. The Annual Student-Staff Basketball Game is a great example of the relationships between the students and teachers and the value we all place on enjoying each other. Kudos to the Fowler staff who played, cheered, and joked with the students in a fun-filled game.
Congratulations to our Do Right students of the week..Katie Briggs, Nina Chiodo, Kayla DeCapua, Steve Fajardo, Adam Fowler, Aiden Hobbs, Tristan May, Melissa O'Leary, Liliya Pavlovskaya, Paige Seymour, Gabe Silva.
2016-2017 BUS REGISTRATION
Bus registration for the 2016-2017 school year will begin on. Registration will take place at the administrative offices located at 3-R Tiger Drive. Registration forms will be available on our website and all school offices starting on . No forms will be accepted before . There is no fee increase this year. $270.00 for the 1st student; $220 for the 2nd or more.
Note: If you have a student entering 7th grade at a distance of 2 miles or more, you must now pay the fee.
Delivery of Genevieve's frozen food fundraiser products is Tuesday, April 5th; pick-up between in the Fowler lobby. All orders MUST be picked up we don't have the ability to store unclaimed frozen product. If you are not able to make it to the school that day, please make arrangements to have someone else pick it up for you. Thank you.
You are cordially invited to the MHS/Fowler Jazz Cafe at in the MHS Cafeteria. It will be a memorable evening of live music performed by the MHS Jazz Band, Fowler Stage Band, special guests Blueprint Jazz Club, and cafe desserts.
MMA Fowler Next Meeting
Using Mindfulness to Relieve Stress and Create Ease in Daily Life
Please join the Maynard SEPAC on in the Fowler School Library @
Mindfulness is such a big “buzz” word these days. Have you ever wondered what it’s all about? Why and how it can be so helpful when
dealing with stressful situations? Everyone can benefit from learning about and implementing a mindfulness practice!
Come join us for this adults-only presentation and learn how and why to incorporate stillness and meditation into your life.
Laura Grundstrom, YogaKids Certified Teacher, RYT200, and Kyra Marino, RYT200, Owner of Revolution Community Yoga in Acton, MAwill offer practical ways to include this in your daily routines. We'll also talk about child-friendly ways to present these concepts so that you can go home and practice mindfulness with your children. It takes 21 days to create a new habit so begin with usand see how mindfulness can benefit you and your family on a daily basis!
Please RSVP to Jen Scott at email@example.com or 978-897-2735 to attend. Free and open to the public.
This is a reminder that the next free MIT campus Science on Saturday event will be “Circuits and Computers” 10:00 a.m.-noon on April 2nd. Volunteers from the audience can help with lots of fun demonstrations on stage, and everyone can participate at hands-on activity tables afterward. Come help us make circuits, create apps, ants!
There is also half-price, same-day admission to the MIT Museum for Science on Saturday attendees.
All of the Science on Saturday events on the MIT campus are free and open to all elementary, middle, and high school students, as well as their parents and teachers. They are sponsored by the MIT Museum and the Akamai Foundation. Parking and seating are limited, so we recommend that you arrive early.
Have a good weekend.