Since the beginning of the year, Fowler teachers have focused on the Growth Mindset Model. This is the belief that all students can make progress, grow, and improve academically, socially, and emotionally. Most recently, teachers have explored the importance of conveying to our students (in words and actions) that we believe in them. At the last faculty meeting, several teachers shared how students are responding positively within this belief system.
Fowler is using the following three sentences to support this work:
"You can do it."
"This is important."
"I will not give up on you."
As the collaborative partnership between Fowler and our families continues to be important in supporting our students, we encourage you to use the same language with your own children.
Congratulations to our Do Right students of the week...Shataya Bowen, Kevin Cabral, Nina Chiodo, Daniel Garver, Chett Jacobsen, Julia Kelley, Matthew McBean, Diego Moreno, Jetsen Perez, Diego Pinto, Angel Rodriguez, Eliza Smethers, Skylar Sofferman, Isaac Troncoso.
MHS Pops Night
The Annual Pops Night will take placeat in the Fowler Assembly Hall! All are welcome to this very special musical showcase of Maynard High School's most talented musicians and vocalists. Admission is $5 per person/$20 per family --refreshments will be served.
For 6th & 7th Graders Only:
Please join the Class of 2018 at the Neon Dance of 2016! This fun glow dance for grades 6-8 will be held in the MHS Cafeteria onfrom . Tickets will be sold in the Main Office for $5 in advance ($7 at the door). You won't want to miss this event!
Please save the dates for these upcoming events:
Talent Show Thursday, March 3 6:00 pm
Fine Arts Night Thursday, March 17 6:00-7:30 pm
In celebration of Black History month, these great pictures are posted on the walls outside of the gym.
In preparation for Valentine's Day, Mrs. Bullock's students painted a giant snow heart in the courtyard.
Grade 6: Youth Risk Behavior Survey
Given in coordination with Emerson Hospital and area districts, the Youth Risk Behavior Survey will be administered to all students in grade 6, Tuesday March 8, 2016. Maynard Schools have been involved in this project since 2000, and have collected valuable data on student behaviors and perceptions that have driven curriculum and community wide policies. The survey will take approximately 40 minutes and will be completely anonymous. If you have any questions around this process, please contact your building principal no later than Thursday March 3. Thank you for your support of the Maynard Schools.
Science on Saturdays:
The next free MIT campus "Science on Saturday" event will be “Materials with Magical Properties”on March 5th. Volunteers from the audience can help with fun demonstrations on stage, and everyone can participate at the hands-on activity tables afterward. Come make artificial snow, create flubber, freeze flowers, assemble molecules, and make exploding geysers of goo!
There is also half-price, same-day admission to the MIT Museum for Science on Saturday attendees.
All of the "Scienceevents on the MIT campus are free and open to all elementary, middle, and high school students, as well as their parents and teachers.
Have a restful and relaxing vacation.