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A Message from Ms. B:

I’m watching the snow fall again as I finish up this week’s Paw Prints. Mrs. King reminded me that I should mention to everyone that short’s weather is fast approaching and what the dress code should look like. Ironic? Just another reminder of the unpredictability of life. Please make sure your students are wearing the correct uniform when leaving for school. Young ladies can wear the uniform skirt or jumper, loose fitting cotton navy blue slacks, or long navy blue shorts (right above the knee). Young men can wear loose fitting cotton navy blue slacks, or long navy blue shorts (right above the knee). Sweatpants are NOT allowed unless it is a gym day and they are navy blue or Lourdes. We have a uniform so we look “professional” and ready for our “job” as students. Thank you for your help with enforcing this.

This Wednesday, wear your We Are Family shirts with uniform bottoms/skirts/jumpers on Wednesday, March 30 for our All School Mass! Our faculty photographer, Mrs. Reid, would like to get a picture of our students with our “Family” shirts on. Speaking of family, a few of us are participating in the MS Walk this year on April 23rd at 10am at Sawyer Point. We walked as a school a few years ago and it was great to support a cause that affects many in our community (including me). Scout may make an appearance this year and lead the walk through the downtown area. If you would like to get out for a few hours in the morning, as a family, and donate to a cause, consider joining us! For more information and to register, go to: https://mssociety.donordrive.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.event&eventID=743.

Have a great week, Tigers!

Slainte, Ms. B

Paw Prints

Caroline Seta 0 213 Article rating: No rating

A Message from Ms. B:

We are officially in the 3rd trimester and on the home stretch. Administratively, we have many things coming up that are being planned and info will be coming fast and furious! Please make sure to read your emails and Paw Prints. We want to make sure that everyone has the best experience with the opportunities that are approaching. You will definitely want to keep up with your students’ grades. K-2 are on a different grading scale however, grades 3-8 have progress and grades in Progress Book (PB). It is Never too late to establish your account and actively check your students’ grades. You can even set up alerts on Progress Book that will notify you when grades are low and/or missing. Please take advantage of this notification system. If you need help navigating any part of PB, please call Mrs. DiTullio or email Mrs. King or I and we can help. Please let your teachers know if you have any concerns with your students’ grades or progress. Our hope is with your students’ effort, our teachers’ guidance, and my high school teaching experience, your student will be more than prepared for any high school they choose. 

Slainte, Ms. B

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