Winners are listed in red! Thank you! May Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 $25 Lowes Scott Raymond 2 $20 Walmart Marie LaJoie 3 $25 Friendly’s Herb Pierce 4 $20 Gardner Cinemas Ken Mayer 5 $20 TJ Maxx Amy Dessearau 6 $25 to Chilis Ryan S. 7 $30 Barnes&Noble Nik Raymond 8 $25 […]
At the March 15 School Committee meeting, the following calendar was approved for the 2017-2018 school year.
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Breakfast AHS and ARMS Lunch Elementary Lunch
Here are some highlights from last year. Watch how much we grow in 2016-17!
It has been a busy week two for RCS. We are all reading, working, and playing together to make our school a learning community! . Join us for our Open House on Monday, September 19 at 6:00-7:00.
Band and chorus sign-ups are this week! (9/12-9/15) Monday – Chorus grades 5 & 6 Tuesday – Chorus grades 7 & 8 Wednesday – Band grades 5 & 6 Thursday – Band grades 7 & 8 Rehearsals begin next week – 7:35-8:25am in the Music Room (9/19-9/22) Hope to see you there!
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Huge Elementary School Closing Sale! Come to the Pleasant Street Elementary School location at 1060 Pleasant Street. Sale open from 8am – 3pm on Saturday, 8/20. Cash or local checks ONLY. Contact Bob Rouleau @ 978-821- 3253 for specific sale item details. (8/16/16)
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WE ARE NOW OFFERING FREE BREAKFAST AND LUNCH TO ALL STUDENTS! Your Child Can Eat Breakfast and Lunch for FREE at school! As part of the 2010 Healthy and Hunger-Free Kids Act, Athol-Royalston Regional School District, along with other districts, will begin offering free meals to all students this school year. For parents, that means no […]
There are no daily announcements during the summer. Have fun and be safe! See you soon!
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Pleasant Street School News June 5, 2016
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Pleasant Street School News May 15, 2016
Lunch: Assorted Chicken, Mashed Potato, Assorted Grinders, Tuna Roll, California Vegetables, Sweet Potato, Peas, Bean Chili Dramatic Theater Club Dramatic Theater Club will meet EVERY wednesday, May 11, 18, 25 for cast and crew on stage. You must attend every meeting if you want to continue to be in our club. That’s Wednesdays May 4, […]
Pleasant Street School News May 8, 2016
Visit the Holocaust War Memorial Walk on Thursday, May 26th from 8:00 AM – Noon in the 8th Grade hallway. Student Holocaust projects will be on display.
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Pleasant Street School News May 1, 2016
Lunch: Scrambled Hamburg, Mashed Potato, Corn, Seasoned Carrots Health Fair There will be a Health Fair for all students at ARMS this Friday, April 29th, from 8:30 AM – 1:00 PM in the gymnasium. The Health Fair will be hosted by Nursing Students from Mount Wachusett Community College. There will be different interactive exhibits and […]
Joshua Gabrenas receives a Certificate of Recognition presented by Julie Robideau Marynok on behalf of the Athol-Royalston Regional School District for his outstanding efforts as a Para-tech. Congrats Josh!
All highlights are from the River Rat Race events from April, 9,2016 in Athol, MA as photographed and posted by Mitch Grosky and shared on Celebrating Education in Athol-Royalston facebook page. Click here to see more!
MassLive Athletes of the Week from the Winter Season honored at party, Springfield Falcons game
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The following event has been postponed for Boys Spring Varsity Outdoor Track: Athol High School @ Pioneer Valley Regional School Apr 6, 2016 3:30 PM Location: Northfield Mount Hermon School
School in the ARRSD has been cancelled for today, April 4, 2016, due to expected weather conditions.
The following events have been postponed according to the MIAA. Girls Spring Junior Varsity Softball: Athol High School @ Monson High School Apr 4, 2016 4:00 PM Location: Quarry Hill Elementary School Girls Varsity Softball Athol High School @ Monson High School Apr 4, 2016 4:00 PM Location: Quarry Hill Elementary School These games have […]
According to the MIAA, today’s Varsity and Junior Varsity Baseball games against Salem High School (starting at 1pm) have been postponed. Student athletes should contact Coach Talbot for further information. See the ARRSD MIAA Page for more information as it becomes available. Click Here.
Mrs Calvi-Modzeleskis class was caught turning Japaneese… at least for one day during the Second Grade’s field trip to George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum! Thanks to Mrs. MaGee for getting this together!
Grade 6 Parent Informational Meeting Nature’s Classroom Parent Meeting 6:00 pm April 7th
Grade 8 Parent Informational Meeting Washington D.C. Trip Important – Please plan on attending April 7th – 7:00 pm new time (changed from 6:30 pm)
Grade 6 Parent Informational Meeting Nature’s Classroom Parent Meeting 6:00 pm April 7th Grade 8 Parent Informational Meeting Washington D.C. Trip Important – Please plan on attending April 7th – 7:00 pm new time (changed from 6:30 pm)
march 14, 2016 IS HERE! We are beginning our unit on Spring! For the next few weeks, we will be talking about all the changes that Spring brings – changes in the air, changes on the ground, changes on the trees and more! All this talk of Spring will be getting us ready for our […]
Preschool Newsletter March 28, 2016
This fundraiser is for the students going on the Washington D.C. field trip and those staying behind to attend daily activities. With the purchase of a $10.00 ticket, you are eligible for a daily drawing during the month of March that includes the prizes listed below. Please include your NAME and Phone number on the […]
Mrs Calvi’s class rules the world.
Ahhh, warm sunny days. Boo! That means ticks and mosquitoes. Keep yourself protected, take a look at the video below. There are more great videos available at: www.mass.gov, click on Health & Safety, type the word ticks in the search bar, choose “Mosquitoes and Ticks-They’re out in Mass!” and enjoy.
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Department of Education Commissioner Chester, Congressman McGovern, and many dignitaries visit Mrs. Maillet’s Kindergarten Class
Department of Education Commissioner Chester, Congressman McGovern, and many dignitaries visit Mr. Guilbault’s math class at Riverbend
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Were you a student at Riverbend or Sanders Street School? For a celebration of our last year for these wonderful old school buildings, we will host an open house at Riverbend School on May 17 from 5:00-6:30. Sanders Street School will hold its open house on May 24 from 5:00-6:30. Come join us for cookies, punch, and […]
RCS Kindergarten Newsletter February 26,2016 Wow! What a wonderful Valentine’s Day Party. Thank you to Ben’s mom, Carter’s mom and dad, Gavin’s mom, and Noah Eugene’s mom, for coming in to help. Thank you ALL for sending in YUMMY snacks to share! I wish you all could have seen the non-fiction projects! The children were […]
Pleasant Street School News February 21, 2016
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RCS Kindergarten Newsletter February 9 ,2016 Important Info! I am so happy with the results of our “Non-fiction Project of the Month” that I’d like to showcase them in the school for students and families to see! Please send in all projects by Friday February 5th so that we can show them on Friday February […]
Pleasant Street School News- February 7, 2016
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Preschool Newsletter Jan 11, 2016
RCS Kindergarten Newsletter January 22,2016 HUGE THANK YOU TO THE ROYALSTON ACADEMY FOR SPONSORING THE TWO SCIENCE PROGRAMS, “SOMETIMES SCIENCE ISN’T ALWAYS PRETTY” AND THE BUBBLE PROGRAM FROM THE CONNECTICUT SCIENCE CENTER!!!! AWESOME!!!! As of now, The 100th Day of School is on February 3rd 2016. This is a special day for us at school! […]
RCS Kindergarten Newsletter Freedom, freedom, let it ring. “Let it ring, said Dr. King. Let us live in harmony. Peace and love for you and me. Freedom, freedom let it ring. “Let it ring,” said Dr. King. January 15,2016 Please send your child in with appropriate outdoor clothing. Winter coats, hats, gloves and/or mittens are […]
Pleasant Street School News January 9, 2016
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RCS Kindergarten Newsletter Happy Holidays! December 22, 2015 BIG THANKS to Mrs. Jennifer Sonnabend for taking, printing the pictures and creating the stockings to give to YOU as a gift from your child! YOU ARE SO KIND! Things to work on at home Letter and sounds Trick Words writing letters and numbers tying shoes rhyming […]
Pleasant Street School News December 29, 2015
Santa recently visited the students at Sanders Street School and surprised the students with a treat and asked each student what their holiday wish was for their families. School is so exciting here at Sanders Street!
RCS Kindergarten Newsletter Happy Holidays! December 18, 2015 Polar Express…PURE MAGIC! Thank you for sending in cookies, hot cocoa and cups! What a special RCS tradition this is. Thank you to Noah Eugene’s mom, Kaylee’s mom and Gavin’s mom for helping to make this event run smoothly. Mary Barclay…thank you for coming in to capture […]
Pleasant Street School News December 20, 2015
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RCS Kindergarten Newsletter Can I get a ….. WOOT WOOT!!! November 6, 2015 Family Project Please create a “Turkey” of some sort to put on tables during our Harvest Feast as a centerpiece. These turkeys should not be any bigger than a paper plate. Feel free to use leaves, pine cones, paper, anything!!!!!!! Harvest Feast […]
Lunch: Cheese Quesadillas, Pizza, Sandwiches, and broccoli Band & Chorus Normal Schedule – Thurs. gr. 7 & 8 band, Fri. Gr. 7 & 8 chorus. Also, anyone interested in starting an acapella group, or singing an extra winter concert song, stay after today Nov. 3rd in the music room from 2 – 2:45 pm. See […]
Pleasant Street School News November 1, 2015
Math is taken very seriously at our school. Focus lesson everyday, then practice and then math stations. Challenge is the name of the game!
Pleasant Street School News Oct. 25, 2015
RCS Kindergarten Newsletter “It takes a village!” October 23, 2015 The weather is changing daily please be sure to send your child in with a coat. Some days hats would be a good idea as well. Please remember to LABEL whatever you can!!! Upcoming dates 10-28 ½ Day 11-9 Conferences 3:30-5:00 11-10 Conferences 6-7:30 11-11 […]
Check out the books that will be at the Scholastic Book Fair in early November.
Pleasant Street School News October 13, 2015
RCS students and staff have returned to the routine of teaching, learning, and growing as a school community. Children need teachers to educate them and they also need their family to support their learning. Providing a healthy breakfast, 8 to 9 hours of sleep, and assist and support for homework are just a few of […]
Children at Sanders Street recently participated in the Walk to School Program. Smiling, happy faces were seen throughout the walk as staff and students had lively discussions on the way to school. What a great way to start the day!! (Photo thanks to Mitch Grosky)
Pleasant Street School News Sept. 20, 2015
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Kindergarten students working hard on reading skills. The first days of school have been so much fun!
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Google updated their site which now shows progress on the new elementary school project
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Grade Two at Sanders Street School have been studying science with the help of the “MAD SCIENTIST”!(Miss Gesner) Students have been conducting various experiments inside and outside the school. Who knew the end of the school year could be so much fun?!!!!
Stop Summer Slide Summer is upon us and with that comes what some call the “summer slide”. Children lose skills learned because of lack of practice during the summer. Here are some things you can do to slow this process down. -Set Goals: Example: Read for twenty minutes a day, do flashcards twice a week, […]
Students at Sanders St School were able to choose 4 new books to keep for summer reading. Thanks to Title 1 and some very generous donations, new books will be on bookshelves in every home of Sanders St students. Happy reading!
Camp Wiyaka is a residential summer camp located on Sandy Pond in Richmond, NH. It is a wonderful place for children ages 7-15 to spend a week or two exploring, discovering, and creating lasting friendships. The daily schedule allows children to participate in traditional camp offerings as well as choose some unique activities to design […]
We have completed our first year of educational assessments using the MAP system for the entire district which will provide our teachers with the insight they need to provide the most effective education for all our students. It’s just one more way we are striving towards sustainable long term improvement.
Science is so much fun at Sanders Street School !
Mrs. Bodine and Mrs. Grosky conducted a science class today with bubbles. Students were challenged to predict the bubble solution that would make the best bubbles. Ms. Robertson joined in on the fun! School is so much fun!
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ELL second graders recently took a field trip to investigate where food comes from. They visited Hannaford Supermarket, the Farm School, and Riverbend School, where they planted a garden.
Lunch: Sal’s Cheese Pizza, Caesar Salad, Wheat Thin Crackers, Apple/Orange Slices, Confetti Salad No one is allowed to walk behind the school, through the construction site. Father/Daughter dance tickets available in the office. $20 for couple and $5 each additional child. Taking yearbook payment – please bring to office. $30. If you did fundraising check […]
Grade One Math Stations
Sanders Street School has started an attendance reward program.When students arrive at school on time, they receive a coupon called Cubs Cash. After earning ten coupons they get to put their handprint on the school wall for all to see and earn a little extra prize. Last week students were seen enjoying a Popsicle!!! Who […]
Lunch: Lasagna Roll Up, Romaine Salad, Celery Sticks/Dip, Breadstick, Confetti Salad, Pudding No one is allowed to walk behind the school, through the construction site. Floor Hockey today. See Mr. Rogers or Mr. Woessner for a late bus pass. Band Thurs. – band Gr. 5, 6 & 8. Parade on Sat. meet at our Lady […]
Lunch: Egg Sausage and Cheese on English Muffin, Sweet Potato Tots, Applesauce, Grape Juice, Fruit No one is allowed to walk behind the school, through the construction site. Girls softball practice is at 2:45 – 4:30 all week. You need to report to the library until coach is there. Dramatics Theater Club will meet Wed. […]
Athol Royalston Middle School students, Magdalena Surlej, Jose Rios, Alyvia Santiago and Tyler Gowey, recently visited their old classroom and teacher, Mrs. Tandy, at Riverbend School to teach reading strategies. Using the book, “Cocoa Ice” by Diana Applebaum, Mrs. Tandy’s 3rd graders students were led to compare and contrast the fictional lives of two girls […]
Athol High School students Daniel Pablo Maldonado and Yanibel Perez have been teaching a Spanish class for the 2nd graders at Sanders Street School. The pictured elementary students, who are in Ms. Myra Calvi’s class, have gotten pretty fluent at greetings, the alphabet, colors, numbers, body parts and describing crazy monsters. The high school students […]
Second Annual Chet Hall Pancake Breakfast March 21, 2015 • 8am – 11:30am at the Royalston Community School 96 Winchendon Road • Royalston, MA 01368 $8 per adult • $5 per child children 4 and under free Auction • 50/50 Raffle Chet Hall Memorial T-Shirts Highlights from last year’s breakfast courtesy of Michael Leander. ALL PROCEEDS […]
March/April Guidance Newsletter
Lunch: 4 x 6 Pizza, Seasoned Pasta, Garden Salad, Valentine Day cookie, Asst. Fruit and Veggies Washington DC payment is due Feb. 11, 12 and 13. Please turn in your Gerturde Hawk Fundraiser to Mrs. Rogers now or a Yearbook member. Thanks Attention! Attention! Dramatics Theater Club will meet Wed. 2/25, 2:00-2:45 on stage CREW […]
The Athol-Royalston Regional School District will OPEN after a 2 HOUR DELAY TUESDAY, February 10, 2015.
Kindergarten students working on Fundation Skills to improve reading skills. Learning is so much fun at Sanders Street School!