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October 30, 2015

posted Oct 30, 2015, 10:47 AM by jmela@maynard.k12.ma.us
Dear Families,

We say good-bye today to our wonderful 7th grade Science teacher, Ms. Roussell, who is retiring after many years as an outstanding member of our school and community.  Ms. Roussell dedicated her career to helping students to learn and grow in many ways.  Ms. Roussell's positive relationships with her students, her significant impact on supporting good causes, and her love for Fowler and the town of Maynard are well-known and respected by countless students and families.  We wish Ms. Roussell all the best in her retirement and we thank her for her commitment to making a difference. 
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Yesterday afternoon, the 4th and 5th grade students enjoyed a spooky and fun Halloween Social.  This morning, Fowler teachers tried to match the great 4th and 5th grade costumes.





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The Maynard Music Association will be meeting next Wednesday night, November 4th at 7:00 in room B132 at Maynard High School.  Fowler music discussion begins at 7:00.  Joint business between Fowler and the High School will start at 7:45.  All are welcome.

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Representative Kate Hogan to Host “The Opioid Crisis: Identifying Community and Statewide Solutions”

The Opioid Crisis: Identifying Community and Statewide Solutions
Tuesday, November 3, 2015 at Maynard High School Auditorium, 1 Tiger Drive, 6:00-8:00PM.

State Representative Kate Hogan, Chair of the Joint Committee on Public Health, is hosting a panel of distinguished public servants discussing the opioid epidemic currently faced by our towns, our region and the Commonwealth.

 

States around the country are grappling with the epidemic of painkiller and heroin abuse, which was responsible for 24,000 overdose deaths nationwide in 2013. In Massachusetts, opioid-overdose deaths have risen sharply; with 1,256 in 2014. Prescription drug abuse and opioid addiction affects all members of our community.

 

Please join us to hear from prevention and treatment experts, law enforcement officials, as well as state and local leaders regarding what we can do as a community to aid in long-term recovery and deal effectively with this public health crisis.

 

Panelists will include:

 

· Honorable Marian T. Ryan, Middlesex County District Attorney

· Honorable Paula M. Carey, Chief Justice of the Massachusetts Trial Court

· Chief Mark W. Dubois, Maynard Police Department

· Marcy Julian, Regional Manager at Learn to Cope, Parent

· Richard Ellbeg, Director of Emergency Services and ICU, Nashoba Valley Medical 
Center

 

For additional information please contact Representative Hogan’s office at 617-722-2130 or Jordan.Eldridge@mahouse.gov.

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Fowler & Green Meadow Night at the Tsongas


Please join us for an exciting hockey game to see Notre Dame vs. UMASS Lowell Riverhawks (#9 in the country) Men’s Hockey at the Tsongas Center in Lowell, MA Friday November 20, 2015 at 7:15pm.

Tickets are $8 each!  This is a fundraising event; $1 from each ticket will go toward each school's PTO. 

The deadline to order tickets is Tuesday, November 3, 2015.  Please send in cash or a check (made out to Fowler PTO or GMPTO) in an envelope and write HOCKEY TICKETS on it.  The tickets will be distributed November 12th.

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Have a good weekend.

Mr. Mela

 


 

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