PE & HEALTH NEWS –
Fitness Tips: Children should exercise at least 60 minutes a day. They should eat healthy meals and snacks.
Reminders: Children should be wearing rubber soled and supportive sneakers and easy to move in clothing.
Grades K-3: Recess Games, Hopping, skipping, galloping, slide to slide and many more loco-motor skills, Our own personal space
Grades 4-6: Recess Games,Badminton,Our own personal space
THE KIDS CAFÉ –
Welcome Back! We are so excited to start a new school year here at The Kids Cafe! Keep a look-out for new lunch entrees and a new Pizza entree.
Breakfast will be served every morning 8:00am – 8:45 am. We hope you can join us! As always we are here to answer any questions or to assist with any dietary needs.
ART ROOM NEWS –
Welcome Back! Students will be working on Hopes & Dreams, sculptures and painting during the month of September.
PTA NEWS –
The PTA is looking forward to serving the FRRSD community this year.
Our next meeting will be on Wednesday, October 2nd at 3:15pm. Childcare is provided for children of all ages.
Please join us for the reveal of the fall fundraiser, as well as a first view of our yearly calendar with new and returning events.
We have a lot of things going on at Farmington River Elementary now and in the months to come. Please take a moment to read this newsletter and make note of upcoming events. We want you to be well informed.
As we begin another new year of school, I want to share with you just a bit of our educational philosophy.
The research and our experience are overwhelming that parents’ positive engagement can have significant influence on the child’s academic achievements and success in school! It influences not only student achievement, but also students’ expectations for themselves, their goal setting, and their engagement in appropriate social behaviors.
The FRRSD philosophy is that we want parents to be involved and engaged with their children’s education. Parent engagement means that parents hold high expectations for their children and make education a priority in the family.
On Wednesday, September 18th we will hold our “Back to School Night” from 6:00pm to 7:00pm. Prior to classroom visits please join us in the gym for a brief introduction of new staff.
Classroom visits will begin at 6:15pm, with two 20 minute segments allowing parents/guardians to visit multiple classrooms – 6:15pm-6:35pm and 6:40pm-7:00pm.
Feb 26 - Julie Fielding, $250 donated by Mark & Sherry DeCelle, Ameriprise Financial
March 8 - Meghann Arnold, $50 donated by Soules Sports and Fitness
March 9 - Francine Larson, $100 donated by Kimberly Electric
March 10 - Melissa OBrien, $100 donated by Katie's Country Store
March 11 - Kristen Curtin Palmer, $50 donated by Berkshire Mountain Sculpture (Ken Packie)
March 14 - Tom Lovett, $75 donated by John's Home Improvement
March 15 - Jerry Keefner, $150 donated by SS Home Improvements (Steve Seddon)
March 16 - Linda White, $100 donated by RJ Beham Forest Products
March 17 - Ben Strauss, $500 donated by Soap and Suds
March 18 - Marion Middleton, $150 donated by New Boston Crane
March 19 - Marion Middleton, $50 donated by Colebrook Store
March 21 - Jenna Lewis, $150 donated by Curtiss Landscaping
March 22 - Michelle Lane, $100 donated by Riska Brook Orchard
March 23 - David McCuin, $250 donated by Knox Trail Inn
March 24 - Tim Grady, $100 donated by Pittsfield Comnunication Systems, Inc.
March 25 - Dennis Mountain, $100 donated by Berkshire Bank
March 26 - Carole Hammer, $100 donated by Chester Granite
March 27 - Allie Crespo, $100 donated by Susan Tarasuk (Snow Farm)
April 1 - Myrtle Ross - $100 donated by Center for Dance
April 2 - Mike Funk - $50 donated by Tucker's
April 3 - Barb Adams - $75 donated by Osiris Photo Co.
April 4 - Ron Wightwood - $100 donated by Subterranean Drilling
April 5 - Lorie Smigel - $100 donated by Mielke Landscape & Construction