Thanks Alison Link and Morristown Park & Rec for this fabulous family kickball event!

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Early this morning, October 18th, we were notified of a positive COVID-19 case at Morristown Elementary. Fortunately, this situation had minimal impact on our school community. Due to having an organized contact tracing system we were able to quickly determine who needed to be contacted. We have finalized that process and we will continue to monitor this situation closely.  If you did not receive a phone call from our Nurse Jamie this morning, then your child was not a close contact. Please do not hesitate to reach out to me or Jamie with any questions. Thank you for everything you are doing to keep our community safe.  Keeping children home when they are sick or have had an exposure really does have an impact on keeping school open for all.

The Turtle Fur Company in Morrisville, just gave MES a huge donation of hats, neck warmers, and masks!  They are truly a generous, community minded organization and we thank them for their constant support.

Thank you to all the families who participated in the Hopes and Dreams conferences with your child’s teacher.  We had 84% participation!  It was so nice to see parents back in the building and able to see all the beautiful student work on display in our hallways and classrooms. If you weren’t able to schedule a conference, please call or email your child’s teacher.  They can arrange a meeting, phone call, or virtual conference for you.

Kindergarten trip to the fire station.

Kate Torrey, MES Principal

Community Resources:
Sharing priority – Families who would benefit from assistance with gifts for their children during the holidays can sign up now for Lamoille Family Center’s Holiday Project. Call Wendy to register: 802-888-5229.

Get or give help – Advocates are available to talk through how you can support someone who is experiencing domestic or intimate partner abuse. 24/7 hotline: 802-888-5256

Wheels for Warmth. Donate used tires to help provide heating assistance this winter. Thursday 10/28 and Friday 10/29, 1-5pm, at the Stowe Events Field.

Money Conversations financial literacy class for a whole year. Wednesdays 12/1/2021-12/28/2022. Free One link for the whole year

Two Halloween celebrations at Jenna’s House — free and open to public — 117 St. John’s Road, Johnson
Movie night, Friday 10/29, 6-8pm. Beetlejuice. Popcorn and cider.
Pumpkin carving and Trunk or Treat, Saturday 10/30, 4-8pm
To participate in Trunk or Treat and give out candy, click here. (North Central Vermont Recovery Center & Jenna’s Promise)

Haunted Forest: self-guided
Halloween trail. Wiessner Wood in Stowe
Thank you to Stowe Land Trust

Pre-Halloween art: Open House at the Current – Saturday, 10/23
Family-friendly, hands-on experience in the gallery, ceramic studio, glass studio, and printmaking space
Fall treats on the front lawn
Register here and see COVID protocols

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