Tri-Town SEPAC Meeting

Please join us for the Tri-Town SEPAC meeting on Wednesday, May 8th, 7pm, in the Middle School library.

We will be discussing questions parents may have or questions they may want to consider as they plan their child’s transition to middle school. While this is targeted for elementary grade parents, it is also for parents who may have a child struggling in middle school or high school.

Additional topics on the May meeting agenda: 

– Learn about the recently established SEPAC Bill of Rights. Voting will occur at this meeting. 

– Get involved: looking for Secretary, Treasurer, and Member at Large. 

 

Tri-Town SEPAC believes that there is simply nothing more important than the health, happiness, and appropriate education of our children. Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean.

This is an open meeting and we invite all parents or guardians of children with special needs or on a special education plan to attend and learn more.

If you have questions, please contact Tri-Town SEPAC president Kristen DeMarco at kandsdemarco@gmail.com.

More information can also be found on our website at tritownsepac.org.

 

Parent/Guardian Survey Reminder!

Survey Reminder!  Survey will close on May 10th!  Please consider spending a few mintues to provide your feedback!  smiley-559124_1280.png smiley-559124_1280.pngsmiley-559124_1280.png

Dear Parents,

The Spofford Pond School Site Council invites parents and guardians of Spofford Pond School students to participate in this annual survey.  The Site Council, a group of parents and teachers who advise the Spofford Pond School principal and the Boxford School Committee, will use the results of this survey to help make recommendations about future school programs and initiatives.  We review responses and read all comments carefully.  Past surveys have led to many new programs and improvements at the school.

Your responses to this survey are anonymous. Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey.

Dr. Kathryn Castonguay, Principal
Ali Coates (Grade 3)
Kara Malo (Grade 4)
Carla Wiles-Stasko (Grade 5)
Elisa Sanders (Grade 6)
Danielle Emig (Parent)
Judith Werner (Parent)

Survey Link:

https://forms.gle/DkbAi566YLktSGQH9

Yearbook Ordering!

EXTENDED DEADLINE: Friday MAY 10, 2019
Please be sure to click the correct link below, so you order the right school’s yearbook. Ordering takes place directly from TreeRing (links are also on the Boxford PTO website). Yearbooks will be distributed on the last day of school. Thank you!
Cole School yearbook: $30
[with $6.95 hardcover upgrade option]

Spofford Pond yearbook: $35

[with $6.95 hardcover upgrade option]

Parent/Guardian Survey

Dear Parents,

The Spofford Pond School Site Council invites parents and guardians of Spofford Pond School students to participate in this annual survey.  The Site Council, a group of parents and teachers who advise the Spofford Pond School principal and the Boxford School Committee, will use the results of this survey to help make recommendations about future school programs and initiatives.  We review responses and read all comments carefully.  Past surveys have led to many new programs and improvements at the school.

Your responses to this survey are anonymous. Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey.

Dr. Kathryn Castonguay, Principal
Ali Coates (Grade 3)
Kara Malo (Grade 4)
Carla Wiles-Stasko (Grade 5)
Elisa Sanders (Grade 6)
Danielle Emig (Parent)
Judith Werner (Parent)

Survey Link:

https://forms.gle/DkbAi566YLktSGQH9

Field Day Volunteers Needed!

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We are looking for parent volunteers to help out on Field Day.  It is a lot of fun to be at school on this day!   The details are as follows:

Date: June 6th

Raindate: June 7th

Volunteers are needed from 8:45 am until 2pm

If you are able to join us and help out, please contact Vanessa Boyle at vboyle@boxfordschools.org

 

 

Food Pantry Drive!!

Did you know that one in 10 people in Massachusetts is in danger of going hungry?  The risk of hunger exists in every county in the Commonwealth, including ours.  Please help our local community by participating in the annual Food Pantry Drive at Boxford Town Meeting on Tuesday, May 14th.  Please bring your  donations  to the food collection table at the entrance to the Middle School between 6:30-7:30 PM.   Cash donations will also be accepted.  Our local food pantries report the need for: boxed cereals,  peanut butter,  juice boxes, kids’ snacks, canned tuna and chicken, canned soups & stews, beans (black, kidney,  baked, garbanzo.), pasta sauce and tomato products, ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, salad dressings, rice and rice mixes, bar soap, shampoo, conditioner, dish soap, toilet paper.  Pantries are not able to accept perishable items, opened packages, and items with expired use by dates.  Your donation is greatly appreciated by our community.    

Masco Youth Cheer Parent Information Night

 

Monday, April 29th at Cole School Cafeteria, from 7:00pm-8:00pm

26 Middleton Road, Boxford, MA

 

Please join us for an informative evening about the upcoming cheer season!  Registration options, competition, team training, August Camp and more will be discussed.  Hosted by the Co-Directors of Masco Youth Cheer and Team Coaches.

We’re planning on an exciting season, hope to see you there!  

Please check our website, www.mascoyouthfootball.com and our Facebook page, “Masco Youth Cheer” for more information.