Sunday, June 18, 2017
Kennedy High School seniors paid a visit to Blair Moody Elementary School – their former school – on the Thursday before graduation. Thanks to Senior Ashley Busch for organizing the visit. Heather Hughes' kindergarten class enjoyed seeing the graduates. One other connection was the seniors had Mrs. Hernandez as their principal at the SGA. Congratulations to the Class of 2017!!
Randall Elementary School's recently had fun and helped a great cause. In February during American Heart Association's Jump Rope For Heart, 22 students raised $50 or more and were given the pleasure of throwing a whipped cream pie into the faces of Principal Meszaros and PE teachers, Mr. Ray and Mr. Fiske for that goal.
Randall Elementary School's end of the year Fun Day was great! The PTO has sponsored a successful fun day every year. This year was no exception.
Some of the activities for the students were: Face Painting; Bingo; Reading Room; Popcorn & Snow Cones; Bowling; Game Room; Painting Cookies; Basketball; Corn Hole & Ladder Game; Flamingo Ring Toss; Duck Pond; Three Blow Up Slides and 2 Blow Up Sport Games. The students really enjoyed having FUN.
Holland Elementary School second-grade students made a living museum recently by surrounding the gymnasium.
Each student researched an animal and then prepared an outfit or a mask to resemble their animal. The students also prepared a short speech to describe their animal when prompted by the museums onlookers.
Great job by Mrs. Bordeau's and Mrs. Tetreault's second grade Huskies!
Randall Elementary School collected a total of $1486.64 for Olive Garden’s “Pasta for Pennies,” a program benefiting The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s School & Youth campaign.
Mrs. Mitroka’s third-grade class collected the most with $214.05. The students in her class were served a pasta, salad and breadsticks meal in their classroom. Mrs. Mitroka’s students decided to share their pasta meal with Ms. Hale’s fourth-grade class, who collected the next highest amount.
Way to go students! It’s great to help others and be considerate and kind, too.
On May 30, the West Middle School Chorus finished their year of performing by singing a medley of songs from the hit Broadway musical, Hamilton. Almost 20 soloists were featured in the performance of this hip-hop/R&B musical medley.