Box Tops team collected another 95$ in physical box tops at the end of February
and many folks have been scanning, bringing our yearly total to $618.50 so far!
box tops are slowly going away. Please make sure to scan all box tops
using the Box Tops 4 Education app. There are many bonuses available in the app
and the money adds up fast for our school.
if you have a physical box top, you can still scan using the app to get
double credit. If we hit $1,000 by May, all classes will get extra
Box Tops team: Natalya Shtokman, Chrissy LeBedis, and Michelle Landucci
Due to fears about the corona virus, we are rescheduling the International Festival. We’re still looking into when permits will be available, but it will probably be early May. Stay tuned!
Hi M-S Families,
International /Cultural Festival committee is excited to share that we
have 23 cultures already signed up to host a table this year. If you
want your kids to see their special culture represented as well please
go into this link 2020 International Festival Table and Performance Sign up and sign up. Please sign up by February 28th so we can prepare for the event appropriately.
2020 International Festival Table and Performance Sign upOur International Festival will be held Thursday, March 19th from 6 pm to 8pm. Please sign up to get involved a…Here
are the cultures that already signed up. Feel free to join an existing
table to make things easier for everyone as well as host a new culture:
Russian, El Salvador, Eskimo, Swiss, UK, Chinese, Brazilian, Canadian,
Israeli, Italian, Indian, Palestinian, Lebanoni, Swedish, Turkish, Costa
Rican, Irish, Dominicanian, Moldovan, Korean, French, Greek and Cuban.
only 10 slots available for the performance potion of the festival.
Please go to the link above if your kids would like to perform a piece
that represent a culture they are a part of. Preference will be given to
group of 3 or more (depending on space available).
We look forward to another fun successful night celebrating our multicultural community.
So you have an idea for STEAM Day—that’s great! What do you do next? Check out our February Newsletter for details, and go to our website for more information.
-The STEAM Day Committee
Kindergarten Soccer registration for the Spring 2020 season is OPEN!
Pre-K Division – For children in preschool who will enter Kindergarten for the 2020-2021 school year
Kindergarten Division – For children currently enrolled in Kindergarten for the 2019-2020 school year. Games will be played on Saturday morning with no game May 2nd (due to the state track and field tourney at Oak Hill) and May 23rd due to the Memorial Day holiday weekend. Games dates are April 18, April 25, May 9, May 16, May 30 and June 6 – No rain date.
You will be registered for a specific time slot based on your elementary school. Visit our website to see the specific time: http://kindergartensoccer.org/
Have you met our new custodial staff? This team not only does a great job of keeping Memorial Spaulding clean and safe, but they often greet our children with friendly smiles as the open the doors each morning. We are so lucky to have such a great team! Get to know Yodenny Perez, Jesse Brackett, and Isaiah Aponte.
The After School Creative Arts program offers a great variety of FUN and UNIQUE afternoon classes that take place right at Memorial Spaulding! Classes are grouped by age and take place once/week. They are a perfect way for kids to explore a favorite activity or discover a new hobby. Course offerings range from basketball to theater to jewelry design and so much more!
ASCA is also the school’s largest fundraiser, and is 100% run by parent volunteers. Please consider supporting our PTO while your child enjoys an amazing after school class with their peers.
The Spring 2020 ASCA session will run from March 23, 2020 – June 12, 2020, exclusive of holidays, vacations, and special early release days. Registration dates are March 2, 2020 – March 13, 2020. Registration will be online ONLY at: memorialspauldingpto.org/registration
Please note that after registration, ASCA will not accept changes, refunds, or add-ons UNLESS your chosen class is cancelled (for example, because of too-low enrollment), in which case you’ll have the opportunity to choose another class. Because of this, please register on time and be sure of your selections.
*** As always, there are limited scholarships available for hardship. Please complete this form http://memorialspauldingpto.org/scholarship/ and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to apply. Upon review you will receive a customized discount code for registration so please do not register without this if you are in need of assistance. ***
Still have questions? Please check the ASCA bulletin board and the Memorial Spaulding PTO website at http://memorialspauldingpto.org/ which has more information pertaining to ASCA. If your question still remains unanswered, please contact us directly at email@example.com or leave a note in the ASCA mailbox in the front hallway. In your message please include the specific question and contact information.
Janna Sneider, Leah Kolidas, and Rachel NovaisOn behalf of Memorial Spaulding PTO
Attention 5th Grade Parents – OPEN
HOUSES FOR HIGHLANDS AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM: The Newton Highlands
After-School Program, just for middle school children is hosting Open
House events for interested families on: Sunday March 1, Monday March 9,
and Tuesday March 24 from 5:30-6:30 PM at Brigham House, 20 Hartford Street, Newton Highlands.
This is a great opportunity for parents of 5th graders to learn more
about the program as they plan for the next school year. Please join us
and see the wonderful space that is the home base of this terrific
program. For more information please contact: Rochelle Acker at
617-999-4617 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website highlandsafter-schoolprogram.org
Newton Girls Softball Rec League is for girls in kindergarten to 7th
grade. Supportive coaches teach the fundamentals of softball and
develop confidence, determination, and resiliency. Team sports can play a
great role helping girls face challenges as they get
older. There is a place for girls of all ability levels in Softball, in
a different way from soccer, basketball, and lacrosse. If your
daughter is not playing a spring sport, please look at our website: http://newtongirlssoftball.org/ Also, Rec League Director James Alandydy would be happy to talk with you. Please contact him at: email@example.com