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Page School Forecast​

9/26/2016

694 Main Street

West Newbury, MA 01985 
(978) 363-2671 Phone

(978) 363-2234 Fax

Twitter: @ThePageSchool

 

With the recent weather change comes our annual reminder to work with your child to ensure that they are coming to school prepared for outside play, regardless of the temperature in the fall.  Also, As the month has drawn to a close we are emptying out our overflowing lost and found shelves before the winter jackets and hats arrive.  The clothing will be on display next week in the main hallway before it is donated to a local non profit.

 

Did you miss signing up for Parent-Teacher Conference on Curriculum Night?  If so, you can now sign up online;

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090e45afa92fa3fe3-parentteacher

 

Reminder that next Friday is an Early Release Day with a 12:00 dismissal, lunch will be provided. 

 

We want to thank everyone for attending the curriculum night presentations earlier this month.  A strong collaboration between parents and teachers regarding their child's education is essential for achieving a higher level of Technical Skills, Adaptive Leadership and Personal Meaning.  For example, students cannot achieve their potential if they feel a disconnect to what is being taught in the class and how they might apply it in their current life and/or future aspirations.  Ensuring that all students have a strong sense of belonging in the learning community empowers them to access more challenging concepts without fear of failure.  Signs of this are present in and around the building where children are engaging in deeper conversations, such as at the Student Art Gallery at Central Office.  It is visible in classrooms where teachers are placing more emphasis on empathy and understanding of everyone's strengths and respecting differences.  Perhaps the most visible elements can be seen on the playground and at recess where students are working together to resolve small differences before they turn into bigger obstacles. It is evident that the groundwork has been laid for a successful start to the year where everyone will be engaging in the collaboration in and inquiry.

 

 

 

PENTUCKET EDUCATION FOUNDATION

Innovation Expansion Grant Application

Maximum $5000

 

 

 

The Pentucket Education Foundation seeks proposals supporting the implementation of Pentucket Regional School District’s innovation schools:

 

                International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program (IBPYP) – Sweetsir and Donaghue

 

                Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, & Mathematics (STEAM) – Page and Bagnall

 

                Secondary Academies (Grades 7 – 12)

  • Music Conservatory
  • Business, Finance, & Entrepreneurship
  • Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics (STEM)
  • Safety & Public Service
  • Movement Science & Athletics
  • Visual Arts

 

Pentucket students see themselves as active participants locally and globally and expect an educational experience that delivers on World Class opportunities leading to each student reaching a future of his or her choosing.  The District’s innovation schools integrate the application of knowledge, adaptive leadership skills, and high levels of personal meaning for each student.  Pentucket students have the potential to solve real-world problems and accomplish significant results.

 

The Pentucket Education Foundation will award up to $5,000 to the successful applicant whose proposal:  1) demonstrates strong alignment with the District and School Capacity-building Plan;

2) strengthens the depth of implementation of an innovation school or expands the pK – 12 range of an innovation school;  3) demonstrates scalability across grade levels, schools, and the district; and, 4) demonstrates sustainability.  Priority will be given to proposals that are developed collaboratively with students, educators, parents, and community partners.

 

Proposals may be submitted by either an individual Pentucket educator or team of Pentucket educators to the Pentucket Education Foundation by October 1, 2016.  The Pentucket Education Foundation will announce the successful proposal as the culminating event at its October 21, 2016 Evening Celebration of Education dinner showcasing the success of Pentucket’s students and educators.  This event will be held at Renaissance Country Club in Haverhill, MA.   For additional information please e-mail:  info@pentucketedfund.org

 


 

 

 

Prior weekly updates can be found by going to the Principal's Page and scrolling down past the welcome message.

 

 

For upcoming Community Education Events/Classes, click here.

 

 

For Upcoming PTO Events, click here.

 

Sincerely,

The Page School

 

Page Upcoming Events

9/23

School Picture Day

 

9/27 

6th Grade Project Adventure

 

9/28 

6th Grade Project Adventure

 

9/28

3:15-4:15 School Council Meeting

 

9/29

10:00-10:45 Superintendent Art Gallery Opening

 

10/7

Early Release Day, 12:00 Dismissal

 

10/10

No School- Columbus Day

 

10/14

Elementary Progress Reports Distributed, GR 4-6

 

10/19

9:30 Page Speaks Assembly

 

10/26

3:15- 4:15 School Council Meeting