The teachers were welcomed back to school this morning by their classroom doors so beautifully decorated by a team of parents in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week! The wonderful sentiment and time that was behind this effort is so very appreciated. The doors look beautiful and the teachers loved the creativity and thought behind each door. Thank you for your kindness and thoughtfulness!
Second grader, Davis DeLuties, arrived at school today in a fire truck with a very grand (and loud!) entrance. The DeLuties Family won this ride to school through the MPTO silent auction. Thanks to the Middleton PTO and the DeLuties Family!
Today was Massachusetts Walk to School Day! The students enjoyed “walking to school” today! It is always such a nice way to begin our day!
Sometimes the most fun things to do are build with things around the house! Our before school friends LOVE to build with plastic cups! Who needs toys?
We had two benches added to our playground over vacation. They are wonderful. Even the students began calling them “buddy benches”.
These two benches were donated in memory of two former Fuller Meadow students: Robert Condon and Seth Farley. Thank you to the Condon and the Farley families for their very generous donations. We are so excited to have these two “buddy benches” to allow students to sit, relax or even help them to express that they need someone to play with.
Check out what the second graders learned in DASH this week!
Check out the above link to see our “Wellness Minute” from each day this week. This was National Health Week and to celebrate, we had several classes at FM and HM create videos of wellness practices that they use within their daily schedule. Thank you to Mrs. Libby, Mrs. Halligan, Mrs. LeVangie and Mrs. Kennedy and their classes for sharing their great wellness strategies! Thank you to Mrs. Baker for taking this on—and making it so wonderful to share between both schools!
Mrs. Frey’s second graders had a blast today when they created animals out of clay. This is just one part of this fun project….so stay tuned!