Last week some brave and confident Kindergarteners sang in our talent show and read the stories they wrote to 4th graders. We say goodbye to our Kindy’s on Thursday!

High School students from PA joined our Kindergarteners today for their last ECO celebration.

See more photos of Field Days at the end of this letter.

Dear Parents and Guardians,

We had our last Community Meeting on Friday with our annual end-of-year Talent Show.  We saw magic tricks, jokes, gymnastics, songs, dance, karate, and a beautiful violin solo.  It was nice to see so many parents join us.  We are really looking forward to returning to all our traditional family and community events next year, like Open House, the Art Show and Concert, Community Dinners, and P.U.P.S. events.

We have several exciting events during this last full week of school.  Your children will most likely come home exhausted and with stuffed backpacks, as all their projects and work collections start coming home.  You can expect the final Mastery Report to show up in the mail by the last week in June.  Call the main office if you don’t receive one or need another copy. You can also expect a Welcome Back letter from your child’s teacher around the beginning of August.

Dates to mark in your calendar, so you can plan your summer:

Monday, Aug. 29th: School starts,  22-23 school year

Friday, Aug. 26th:  Parent/Teacher “Get to Know You” conferences.  Students should attend as well to see their new classroom and meet their teacher.

Thursday, Aug. 25: Kindergarten Orientation and Ice Cream Social, 5:30 pm

MES Summer School, July 5 – Aug. 12, 8:00-2:00, Mon-Fri

End of School Events:
June 7               Math League 8:15-8:45 Art Room

                         BBQ Luncheon, outdoors weather permitting – same lunch schedule

                         Color Run, 1:00-2:00  Parents – kids will get slightly wet at this event, they may want a change of clothes.

June 8               Gresham Kindergarten Graduation 1:30-2:30

                         Ms. Jones Field Trip to her farm 9:45-2:40

                         2nd grade singing ‘Star Spangled Banner” 6:30 Mountaineer Baseball game

June 9               Gale Kindergarten Graduation 1:45

                         Cavanaugh Kindergarten Graduation – 2:00

                         Oquendo Kindergarten Graduation – 1:45

                         Last day for Kindergarteners, dismissal at 2:45

                         Grade 1 Last “ECO” 8:30-11:30

June 10             Kindergarten Registration and Screening

                         2nd grade field trip “Noyes Museum” 9:00-11:50

                         Ms. Whitcomb’s field trip to Centennial Library 11:30-1:15

                         4th grade “Step-up” to PAML 10:25-12:20

June 13             Kindergarten Registration and Screening

                         4th Grade Kickball Tournament 1:00

                         4th grade parade around the track, all invited 2:15

June 14             Last Day of School, 12:00 dismissal after lunch

It’s time to find all lost things!

  • Please come into school and take a look at our overflowing Lost and Found tables down by the gym.  The pile just keeps growing and all clothing will be donated after school closes.
  • Library Books: Ms. Perry has sent home notices of overdue or lost library books.  Please search for these titles – she would much rather have the book than cash reimbursement.

MES Employment Opportunities:

  • We are hiring Support Staff for our Summer School/Camp, July 5-Aug. 12, Mon-Fri 8:00-2:00.  Small group academic review with lots of outdoor activities, play-based learning, arts & crafts, gardening, and a field trip every Friday! You can choose to work full or part-time. If interested, please contact Anne Demars, anne.demars@lsuu.org
  • We are hiring for special education paraeducators and emotional support paraeducators for the 22-23 school year (job starts on Aug. 24).  Please submit resume and letter of interest to our Human Resources Dept, Megan Herman, megan.herman@lsuu.org

Community Resources:
Free eyeglasses. New Eyes: bring clearer vision to people in need.

Juneteenth: A Love Story: music, food, education, love

  • June 17-19
  • Multiple venues and events

Including: The Black Experience (with Dr. Angela Davis)

  • June 18
  • Battery Park, Burlington
  • 4-7 PM

Story Stroll: The Bench 

This story captures the beautiful and special relationships between fathers and sons. In time for Father’s Day on 6/9.

Please supervise children, pick up after dogs, social distance, sign in, and be courteous of the land by taking out what you bring in.

Oceans of Possibilities: Morristown Centennial Library summer reading program Programs all summer and for all ages.

  • Kickoff: June 17, 11 AM

If you come back the next day at 11 AM, you’ll be there for Bees Besieged.

Library of Things at Morristown Centennial Library

  • Birding backpacks, a metal detector, a CD player, musical instruments and more.
  • State Parks, VINS and ECHO passes.

All of these things are free, and library cards are for anyone in Vermont – not just residents of Morrisville.

Sincerely,
Kate Torrey, kate.torrey@lsuu.org

It was a BEAUTIFUL day for our Field Days Games!

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