Attention Coolidge Family and Friends! With the recent weather, one might not think Spring is not right around the corner. The Coolidge PTO would love for you to join together to celebrate Spring at our Annual Spring Fling and Ice Cream Social. We are excited to announce that our location has changed for this year. Although it is a little disappointing that we are not holding this event at Coolidge, it was more important to us to be able to include all that wanted to attend. Due to space constraints, this year we will hold our Spring Fling at Oak. Keep an eye out Monday for the flyers for this event. You will receive two flyers, one for the event sign-up and one for raffle basket donations. Please be sure to look at the theme your child’s class has been assigned. We look forward to all of you attending this amazing event. It is a great time to share with family and friends, which also raises a great deal of money for our PTO and the many enrichment activities we can bring to your children. Check out the flyer here!
Coolidge Student Art displayed at the Worcester Art Museum
Artwork by some of our students will be on display at Worcester Art Museum for Youth Art Month:) The exhibit will be up and open to the public March 8 through March 31. The exhibit is free! Congratulations to the following Coolidge kiddos whose art is displayed!
Adya Mishra, Grade 1, Snowmen at Night
Divya Singh, 4, Monochromatic Moon
Lorena Daganzo, 4, One Point Perspective
Community Reading Day held on 3/2/18 was the kick off event to “Read Across America” which is held annually across our country during the month of March. This year the organization that hosts the event, the National Education Association (i.e., NEA) is calling upon educators, parents, families, and supporters of reading to share a “Shelfie”. To participate in the movement we urge you to post on the social media platform of your choice by sharing a childhood book that meant the most to you and/or a photo of your child with his/her favorite book. When you post be sure to add the hashtags #Shelfie #ReadAcrossAmerica and tag Coolidge. (Facebook: @CoolidgeElementarySchool Twitter: @CoolidgeSchool1)
Saturday, March 17th– Shrewsbury Public Schools to Host a Family Event – St. Patrick’s Magic! The SHS Class of 2021 is hosting its third annual Winter Magic, an afternoon of fun and magic for the whole family. On March 17th, Shrewsbury High School will be open for magic, games, and fun. This event lasts from 12-2pm and features a magic show by Mr. Magic and activities for children of all ages. Admission is $5 per person. In addition, the event will offer
opportunities such as raffle baskets, face painting and student-led activities and games. There will also be pizza, snacks, and refreshments for sale. Please note that the cost is the same for adults and children. The funds raised at St. Patrick’s Magic will go to support the Class of 2021 towards future class events. Entrance to the event will be at the Main Entrance of Shrewsbury High School. Please firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Click here to see the flyer!
Please join SEPAC for our Basic Rights in Special Education workshop for parents and professionals on Tuesday, 3/20/18 @ 6:30 pm in the Floral Street School Media Center. The workshop provides a basic understanding of the complex special education laws and procedures. Please RSVP by 3/15 to email@example.com. To see the flyer click here.