Newsletters - Back to School Edition

Good afternoon Beech Street Families!


Bobcats of the Week

Ms. Crow’s class is hosting Bobby the Bobcat this week! They have been super helpful and caring to each other and the classroom this week - they have exemplified good citizenship and responsibility.

You’ll notice that our students are really practicing the school routines well: from lining up in the morning to having safe, quiet transitions in the halls, our students are becoming quite the role models! And, we are doing great in our learning centers!

Mrs. Ryan’s class was responsible, respectful and Bobcat proud during their math workshop. Ms. Caron`s class was respectful and responsible during their Reader's Workshop and while walking silently in a perfectly straight line on their way to pictures. Mrs. Mazumdar’s class was responsible during reader’s workshop.

Mrs. Cloyd’s class was respectful walking in the hallway. Ms. Carignan’s class showed us responsible and respectful by cleaning up the picnic benches after recess. Ms. Hubbell’s class showed what a perfect transition looks like!

Ms. Schultz’s students were respect, responsibility and caring walking in the hall silently in a perfect line. Mrs. Boulanger’s students were responsible, learning the routine of using their reading journals. Mr. Soucie’s class was respectful, responsible and caring during the morning meeting.

Dates to Remember:

September 26 is our Beech Open House and Ice Cream Social. Open House is 5-5:50pm. Parents are invited and encouraged to bring their students with them - from 6-7pm, after visiting their child(ren)’s classroom(s), we encourage you to celebrate a great start of the school year with an ice cream social hosted by the staff. Students who arrive for ice cream must have an adult with them - and they must visit the classroom first!

I have met many parents, but I would like to introduce myself and our goals for the school. I will be giving a brief introduction at 5:00 and 5:30 to parents who would like to visit - I will be in the gym for my presentation.

Picture Day was Friday! www.hockstudio.com has additional information about packages - and after you receive your photo of your student, you will be able to order more if you are interested. We will also announce makeup day.

The first PTG meaning is October 9 at 8:45am. The Parent-Teacher Group meets monthly, usually the second Wednesday of each month. Meetings offer families information about all that is happening at the school and the PTG plans and participates in a number of fun, educational events for families throughout the school year.

Volunteer opportunities include weekly popcorn, photocopying, laminating, classroom support and special projects. If you are interested in volunteering, please visit the Volunteer Page at Manchester District Website.


I look forward to seeing you at Open House! Please introduce yourself to us!



Best,


Katrina Esparza, Principal