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November 13, 2015

posted Nov 13, 2015, 9:51 AM by jmela@maynard.k12.ma.us   [ updated Nov 16, 2015, 8:57 AM ]
Dear Parents,

This weekend is a Family Appreciation Weekend, which means that no homework will be assigned.  We hope you can enjoy the weekend with your families.

For the last few weeks, Fowler has started to announce our Do Right Students of the Week.  Each week we recognize students who have been identified by their teachers for supporting other students, showing growth, being thoughtful, and doing other good deeds.  Congratulations to our Do Right students...Sofia Clark, Frankie Tucker, Nick Reiniger, Colin Mangual, Anne Dupraw, Tamsin Clark, Kayla DeCapua, and Aaliyah Mangual.

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Fowler School is excited about our new and diverse course offerings including Computer Science, Latin, Spanish, Chorus, and Band.  As a way to showcase these courses, we are offering a unique opportunity for parents (of any grade) to come and observe the classes in action.  While Spanish is not a new course, the teaching style is progressive and reflects an interactive and kinesthetic style of instruction.  Band is also not new, but we are so proud of our program that we want parents to be able to experience the instruction.

If you are interested in attending any of these classes, please call the Fowler Office at 978-897-6700  to reserve a spot.  Parents are welcome to attend multiple classes.  For example, on November 17, you could observe Computer Science, Latin, Spanish, and Band.

November 17

Computer Science         Latin                      Spanish            Chorus             Band

8:10-8:57                      8:10-8:57                8:10-8:57

8:57-9:44                      8:57-9:44                                        8:57-9:44

9:44-10:31                                                    9:44-10:31

10:31-11-18                  10:31-11:18                                                            10:31-11:18

 

November 18

Computer Science         Latin                      Spanish              Chorus            Band

8:10-8:57                       8:10-8:57               

8:57-9:44                       8:57-9:44                8:57-9:44              

9:44-10:31                                                    9:44-10:31         9:44-10:31

10:31-11-18                                                  10:31-11:18                             10:31-11:18

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Calling all  parents of 7th grade band students!  We are in need of a parent volunteer to help our 7th graders sell candy cane grams this holiday season.  The money raised through this event will be used by the departing 7th graders to purchase a gift for the music department.  This is a student run fundraiser, but we need a parent to oversee the process.   If you think you are interested in volunteering, please contact Annemarie Caloggero at amcalo@msn.com for more details.

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All Aboard...The Relay for Life Polar Express

Come watch "The Polar Express" with the family!

Sunday, November 29th at 2 pm

Maynard Elks

Only $5 per family

Refreshments will be available

Proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life of Maynard

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The next MIT campus Science on Saturday event will be “Nuclear Science and Engineering” on December 5th.  Did you know that your smoke alarm uses nuclear physics, or that people used to eat off uranium-glazed plates?  How can nuclear science and engineering be used to safely create everything from smoke alarms to cancer treatments to electric power plants?  Come find out!  Volunteers from the audience can help with fun demonstrations on stage, and everyone can participate at hands-on activity tables afterward.

 

All of our 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.  For maps of the event and parking garage locations, please see the attached advertising flyer or our web page:


http://web.mit.edu/museum/programs/calendar/sci_on_saturday.html


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Have a good weekend.


Mr. Mela

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