MES Family Letter – December 14, 2020

Our MES School Spirit Crazy Hair Day was a great success.  Thank you parents, for helping your child to participate and coming up with some really wacky and adorable dos!  It was fun. Our next School Spirit Day will be next Tuesday, 12/22, Pajama and Stuffy Day (or comfy cozy wear, like sweats, a bathrobe, slippers, etc.). The stuffies will be for your child …

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MES Family Communication – December 7, 2020

Dear MES Parents and Guardians, We will have our first MES School Spirit Day this Friday.  Crazy Hair Day! Watch for the flyer in Tuesday’s folder to help remind you.  This is one of the kids’ favorites.  Don’t miss out! We’ll take lots of pictures. Students can still bring in their cardboard creations for our Winter Wonderland Village.  We have quite a display set …

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Happy Thanksgiving MES Families

November 24, 2020 Dear MES Families, I walked around the school today and asked students what they were thankful for.  The most popular answers were my parents, food, snow, and pets.  A few even said school!  Our MES Faculty and Staff have been learning about self-care – so important in these stressful times.  An important element of self-care and a good stress reliever is …

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MES Family Update – November 20, 2020

Dear Parents and Guardians, These pictures show our scientists hard at work.  2nd graders did a liquid density experiment to see how heavy some liquids are and why some float on top of others.  4th graders are studying different kinds of rocks. Since school reopened in September, the entire MES school community, students, staff, and parents have worked hard to learn new routines and …

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MES Family Update – November 9, 2020

Dear Parents and Guardians, Over the summer several of us had tremendous vegetable gardens, including here at MES and in the PA greenhouse.  Our students are still enjoying veggies from our school garden!  Molly Geller, LSUU Farm to School Coordinator, has been cooking up squash, pumpkin seeds, and some amazing pancakes for our students. Outdoor learning continues.  We have really been making an effort …

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MES Family Communication – November 2, 2020

Dear Parents and Guardians, We are still having lots of outdoor learning, but as the weather changes, students need warmer clothes to be outside throughout their day! GOOD NEWS: MES morning health screenings have been going so smoothly (thank you parents, for pre-filling the health screening form) that we no longer need to have a staggered drop-off for morning arrival.  Morning Parent Drop-off and …

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SUCCESSFUL Full Attendance Week at MES – October 23, 2020

Dear Parents and Guardians, Everyone at MES is so grateful that we have made it to this important milestone of Step 3 and are able to bring all our students together again.  The students have been very excited to reunite with friends and classmates.  It’s beginning to feel more like “normal” school around here – just with masks and physical distancing. We really appreciate …

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Reunited, And It Feels Sooo Good – MES Family Letter October 19, 2020

Dear MES Families, Today felt like the first day of school again, but even better.  It warmed teachers’ hearts to see friends reunited and students meeting playmates they haven’t seen in months. The classrooms are full, but not too crowded, and teachers feel like they can finally get some traction in consistent academic instruction.  As part of moving into Step 3, we are also …

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BIG Changes at MES – October 13, 2020

Dear Families, The most exciting change this past week was the opening up of our playground.  Students have been patient and understanding, and were so happy to be able to climb and spin and swing again. Hands are sanitized before and after use, and masks are worn while on the playground because we can’t always guarantee that children will stay 6′ apart on the …

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