Bryantville Elementary

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  • To ensure student achievement through excellence in teaching and learning.

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Announcements

  • March 29  is Grade 6 Survivor Night - 7-9pm (check in at 6:30 pm). Cost is $10. An announcement was sent home with students in February. Please contact Melinda Hawkes at melindahawkes21@gmail.com or 617-922-1250 or Nicole Draves at ndraves522@hotmail.com with any questions or to sign up as a volunteer.

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  • Placement Letters
    Dear Parents and Guardians,

    In May and June, we begin the process of assigning children to classrooms for next year. Classroom placement is a lengthy process considering many factors and involving input from the professionals in our school who know your children. We spend several weeks working on classroom placements to make certain all classrooms are balanced in regard to a variety of factors, such as gender and academic, social, emotional, and health needs. The classroom teacher recommends at least one peer from the current classroom to be placed with your child. It is not always possible to make the placement with a friend due to the balancing of many factors, but we make every attempt to try to honor this.

     


    We do not take parent requests for specific teachers, but I will be happy to hear your input regarding the special learning needs of your child. If you wish, you may write your thoughts in a letter addressed to me and either mail, email or bring the letter to our school office. It is essential that I have all parent letters by April 26. Letters that arrive after April 26 are too late to be considered in this process. Classroom placement decisions will be mailed to you in the summer.

     


    Sincerely,

    Dr. Catherine Glaude, Principal

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  • Dear Parents and Guardians,

    I am pleased to share that our school will begin a comfort dog program this spring. The dog is a trained and certified therapy dog. Therapy dogs have been trained to provide emotional support. Research shows their positive impact in increasing social and communication skills, self-esteem, and psychological growth in children.

     

    We will begin using the therapy dog program on a limited basis with one dog for one hour a month. If your child is recommended for this program we will contact you to discuss this and to ask for permission for your child to participate. Our counselor is working closely with the trainer and the organization so that the dog will not have any other contact with children in our school. School personnel will remain vigilant to ensure the dog is contained and that our school is adequately cleaned and ventilated to accommodate those with allergies.

     

    If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.

     

    Sincerely,

    Dr. Catherine Glaude, Principal

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  • Here are some important updates from the Bryantville PTO:

    Tickets are now on sale for the Back to the 80's Dance Party. Anyone who purchases tickets prior to March 19th will be entered to win free admission to next year's event. That is a $25 savings. Please email Tanya with any questions: tld0203@yahoo.com. Thank you to all the families and local businesses who have donated raffle and silent auction items to this event.

    Volunteers are needed for 6th Grade Survivor Night on Friday, March 29th. For more information, please contact Melinda Hawkes at melindahawkes21@gmail.com or Nicole Draves at ndraves522@hotmail.com.

    Please note that Red Sox tickets will be emailed to the email address supplied on the order form. Tickets will be sent out in the next few weeks. Please contact Staci O'Brien at 617 733- 9357 with questions. 

    Save the Date- Lip Sync will be April 26th!

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  • Each spring all students in grades 3-6 are tested through the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS). MCAS is one snapshot of your child’s skills and knowledge. Below are the scheduled dates for MCAS testing at each grade level.

     

    Grade 3 Reading - April 24 & 25 Math - May 7 & 8

    Grade 4 Reading - April 22 & 23 Math - May 9 & 10

    Grade 5 Reading - April 8 & 9 Math - May 14 & 15 Science - May 20 & 21

    Grade 6 Reading - April 2 & 4 Math - April 30 & May 2

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  • For parents/guardians of students in grades 2 through 6:
    The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) dental sealant program information went home in backpacks 1/10/19.

    The program offers dental screenings, sealants, cleanings, fluoride varnish and referrals to a dentist in the community. Please sign and return the green consent form to your child’s teacher. If you do not want your child to participate, please check “NO” and return the form.

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  • If your child/children participate in any before school activity, such as band, art club or BOKS, please drop off at the front entrance.  A staff member will be in the front lobby to greet them.

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  • SAVE THE DATE!

    Back to the 80's Dance Party, our annual 21+ fundraiser has been scheduled for Saturday, March 23rd from 7:30 pm -11:30 pm at the Pembroke Country Club.

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