Harvest of the Month for March was “Dairy”. We serve Smoothies every Wednesday and on top of that we had “Fettuccine Broccoli Alfredo” and Yogurt Parfaits with strawberries and blueberries for breakfast. The students loved it!
Harvest of the Month for April is “Potatoes”. Keep a look out for some exciting new additions to our menu! We buy all of our produce locally!
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Mr. Goulet is happy to announce our musical “Seussical Kids” which will be held on Thursday, April 27, 2018 at 1:00pm & 6:00pm.
The musical tells a story about Horton, who discovers a speck of dust containing people called the Whos. Horton not only has to protect the Whos from a world of negative people and dangers, he must also guard an abandoned egg that’s been left in his care by the irresponsible Mayzie LaBird!
Ultimately the powers of friendship, loyalty, family and community are challenged and emerge triumphant!
Students are finishing up their March Madness projects, college pennants, and basketball and hockey uniform designs.
The Elite Eight pennants (eight of the best original designs created by 3-6 graders) will be selected and on display in the gym for the duration of the school year.
The most original Uniform Designs will be selected from k-2 grade submissions and will also be on display in the gym.
In April, Students will continue with action drawings and life drawings, as well as beginning independent projects (5th and 6th grade), and print-making (grades k-4).
Student Council News…
The Fun Night and Sleep-Over event sponsored by Student Council is all set to happen Friday, April 6th!
If you would like your child to attend either the fun and games program (for grades 1-3 from 6am-8pm) or the Sleep-over/Lock in (for grades 4-6 from 8pm Friday until 9am Saturday) and you have not yet sent in your permission forms and fee, please call the office to see if there are still spots open.
Otis Police Department News…
Chief Roberta Sarnacki of the Otis Police Department will be assigning FRRES a Student Resource Officer.
The officer will provide an unannounced presence in the building on a rotating basis as well as having lunch with our students.
Our March Madness Reading Program numbers are in! …
The Pre-K through 1st grades read a total of 643 books! Our 2nd through 6th graders read a total of 14,600 minutes!
Congratulations to all our readers. Stay tuned to next month’s newsletter for the final results of our March Madness Final Four Assembly!