We had our first Tasty Tuesday this week! Mrs. Wogan came to tell the students all about edamame which most of the students loved! Ask your student if he or she enjoyed edamame! Thank you Mrs. Wogan and Mrs. Cabral and Mrs. Sweeney!
Fuller Meadow Kindergarteners had an amazing surprise today when our very own police and firemen came to eat lunch with us! The students were thrilled to share their lunch time with these community celebrities! Photos and lunch courtesy of Mrs. Cabral. Thanks, Middleton Police and Fire for keeping us safe and for spending time with us! We appreciate you so much!
Last week at Team Time, we read this wonderful book, which helps to explain to students that their ideas are important and they need to nurture and spend time with their ideas. We talked about how our students are going to be the next leaders and that their ideas can and will change the world!
This week for Team Time, we had a visitor, Mrs. Shaw from Tri-Town Council. We read the book:
We connect this book about creativity and perseverance to the 40 Assets. Please check out this letter from the TTC: magnificent-thing-family-letter-3
Please ask your student all about our visitor this week at Team Time and about the book that we read!
The cafeteria launched a new promotion today called Lucky Tray Day. One student in every grade that bought a buys a school lunch had a chance to win a “Healthy Snack Pack” (Juice, choice of Fruit, and Smartfood popcorn). This is a promotion that the cafeteria has started to increase the participation of students eating school lunches and eating healthy snacks. Thanks, Mr. Braden, Mrs. Cabral and Mrs. Sweeney
We had a great Walk to School Day today! It is such a great way to begin the day!
We had Open House for grades k and 2 on Thursday. It was an amazing success. It was so wonderful to see so many families spending time with the teachers. Thank you for taking an interest in your child’s education! Home-School partnerships are so important and vital to our children’s success!