Kindergarten Newsletter January 30, 2015 BIG NEWS!!! I am so happy to report to you that our application for help in funding our field trips was GRANTED! AREF (Athol-Royalston Educational Foundation) granted us with the funds needed to go on 2 field trips this year! I am working on planning a “Community Helpers” field trip […]
Don’t Let Your Guard Down Against the Flu The flu season lasts from December to February, but can continue to May. The single best way to prevent the flu is to get vaccinated every year! The following 6 health habits can help prevent the flu and the spread of germs. 1. Avoid close contact. Avoid […]
Grade two students work in math centers each day to practice math skills. Math is the best subject at Sanders Street School!
Molds are a form of fungus. There are many different molds and they can be found both indoors and outdoors. Molds spread through the production of spores, which are present in all indoor environments and cannot be removed from them – spores are capable of surviving in harsh conditions that otherwise prevent the normal mold […]
over 6,500 early-childhood programs (nation-wide) are currently accredited by NAEYC, yet this number represents only about 8% of all early childhood programs in the United States. Consequently, the Athol-Royalston kindergarten programs are in some very distinguished company, as there are many programs across the Commonwealth that have not yet earned this accreditation.
Kindergarten students using IPADS to develop math skills.
Kindergarten students used computers to work on their math skills! Kindergarten is so much fun!
Grade four math is challenging. Students were working on remembering factors of numbers while working with partners.
Kindergarten Newsletter January 23, 2015 Family Project The children have been introduced to non-fiction texts aka “informational” texts. They are enjoying reading about animals and winter. For this family project I’d like you to pick an animal to study together. You may pick any animal. Please report on the animals habitat, what the animal does […]
Sight words A Grade two student working on sight words! It is always fun to learn at Sanders Street School!
If you are interested in enrolling your child at the Athol Royalston Middle School, please complete the attached forms and bring them to the middle school office. If you have any questions, please contact the guidance office here at ARMS. Consent for Release of Records Registration Sheet Home Language Survey School Lunch Information Annual Health […]
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Grade two students in Mrs.Giancaterino’s class were working on making bundles of ten when adding two digit numbers! They are pros at this!
This flu symptom checklist (click on title below) is a concrete way to gauge whether or not a child should come to school, based on their symptoms with regard to the flu. For additional guidance around flu avoidance and caring for those with the flu, follow this link to the CDC or MA DPH. Both […]
Due to snow , the Athol-Royalston Regional School District will be closed today, January 12, 2015.
Kindergarten Newsletter January 9, 2015 Thank you for sending in candy for our PTG Gingerbread House making night. We had lots of fun and made some “sweet” houses! Thank you to Kaedin’s family, Isabelle’s family and Kylie’s family for sending in cookies for Polar Express..YUMMY!! Thank you to Kaedin’s mom for coming in to help […]
Students enjoyed indoor recess games and stayed toasty warm this week!
The New Year has brought frigid air. Please be sure that you send your child/children to school dressed warmly; in layers. Winter coats, hats and mittens are a must. Recess is outdoors everyday unless it is extremely cold. Outdoor play should be eliminated or limited when the air is frigid. Frostbite can occur in 15 […]
School is back in session starting today, January 5, 2015. We hope everyone had a wonderful vacation and we are looking forward to starting this new year full of excitement and anticipation as we continue to improve our district. Please note that the next day off for students will be January 16, 2015.
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