BE PART OF THE BUZZ IN THIS SATURDAY’S SPELLING BEE!
We’re looking for a few more 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade spellers to round out this Saturday’s Annual Bee. Third and fourth graders participate in teams of 2 to 3; fifth graders compete individually. This is a low-pressure event that gives kids great experience being up on the stage in a supportive, fun environment. If your son or daughter would like to join, please email April Robb at email@example.com to get the registration form, word lists, and final details. See you at the Bee!
There are still spots available for the Thoreau Earth Day Workshops! Classes start tomorrow.
Celebrate Earth Day by creating music makers, colorful banners and masks of local animal and plant species. Imagine a fox costume with a head made from cardboard, paper mache and acrylic paint, or a large butterfly puppet-on-a-stick using tyvek and acrylic paint. You’ll have a chance to choose your own project, draft a plan, and experiment with different materials to make it come to life. The workshops are led by Musketaquid artists/educators Morningstar Medaye. Opportunity to bring creations to life at the Earth Day parade and festival on April 30! A parent volunteer (or 2) is requested at each session.
Who: grades 2-5. Where: Art Room. Cost: $35 per student for all three sessions.
When: Wednesday, April 6, 13 and 27 3:15 – 4:30pm. Please email Stefanie Sim at firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Principal Coffee tomorrow, Wednesday April 6th at 9:30am in Principal’s office. All are welcome!