2016 STEAM challenge
Page School Weekly Roundup and Forecast
Thank you to all of our wonderful PTO parents for their thoughtful (and delicious) approach for Teacher Appreciation Week. The generosity has been appreciated by all of the staff in the building.
It is that time again when we start our placement process for the 2016-2017 School Year. Parent feedback is a vital role in that process as both parent and teacher are working together throughout the year to best meet the needs of each individual child. Parents might choose to fill out the following form as an additional piece of information. Please have the form sent back to the school no later than May 13th. Click here to access the form.
The West Newbury Summer Rec Program 2016
The West Newbury Summer Rec Program is back and ready for your children this summer! The West Newbury Summer Recreational Program is offered at the Page School to West Newbury children who will be entering Grades 1-6. Older children in grades 7, 8, and 9th grade may also attend as a CIT. There will be six individual weekly sessions beginning Tuesday, June 21st and ending on Friday, July 29th. The program will run from 9:00 am to 2:30 pm daily (with the exception of the first week which has extended hours due to snow days and the inability to change our field trips). Early drop off beginning at 8:30 am is available daily.
Further details and all registration forms are available for download on our website: https://sites.google.com/site/westnewburysummerrec/
In addition to the field trips, we have many fun and exciting activities planned for Summer 2016! We look forward to seeing you!
Amy Wilson & Krista Niles
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
5th Grade MCAS Science tests will be on May 10th and 11th with make-up dates on May 12th and 13th.
PARCC exams in Math and English Language Arts begin May 16th, 2016 for Grades 3-6.
Make up exams for students absent on testing days will be on May 20, 26th, and 27th.
The exams will begin first thing in the morning. It’s essential that all students arrive at school on time these days, because students cannot join a class after the exam has begun.
In order to perform their best on these exams, as with all challenging intellectual tasks, students should get adequate rest and eat a balanced breakfast before coming to school. Also, attendance on the day of each exam is critical; students who take make up exams often do not perform as well as when they take the exams with their classmates at the scheduled time
Prior weekly updates can be found by going to the Principal's Page and scrolling down past the welcome message.
For upcoming Community Education Events/Classes, click here.
For Upcoming PTO Events, click here.
The Page School
Page Upcoming Events
Grade 2 to Nichols Village
Grade 6 Rocket Launch
Book Fair Week
Scott Santino visit with 2nd Grade
Memorial Day Assembly 2:00 in Auditorium
School Council Meeting 3:15 in Conference Room
Curious Creatures visit to Kindergarten
Early Release 1:30
No School- Memorial Day