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ticket prices - Crocker Farm Elementary
February 13, 2015
Dear Crocker Farm Families:
Thank you for your patience during this winter full of snow days and narrowing roadways. We
appreciate all your efforts to get your children to school on time and with appropriate winter gear.
We make every effort to get outside for fresh air and exercise every day unless the temperature and
wind chill drop too low. This is the website we consult to help us make the decision to be in or out:
http://www.idph.state.ia.us/hcci/common/pdf/weatherwatch.pdf Hats, gloves, snow pants, boots
and warm coats will ensure that kids are able to enjoy their recess time. Whenever possible, it’s a
good idea to write your child’s name on his/her winter gear in case it gets misplaced. One way that
Mr. James, our PE teacher, has helped our older students enjoy the weather is snowshoeing during
PE classes.
Just a reminder: It is dangerous to double-park anywhere on school grounds. We realize the snow
makes it more challenging to park and pick up your children, but we ask for your patience until the
snow melts for the safety of our students and families.
You should have received your child’s report card in their backpack at the end of last week. Report
cards are a formal way for us to communicate your child’s academic and social progress in school.
However, as always, connecting with your child’s classroom teacher is the best way for you to
understand how your child is doing in school. To that end, although there are no formal scheduled
Spring Conferences, if you would like to meet with your child’s teacher in March or April, please reach
out to them.
Thursday, February 12th was the 100th day of school for our 1st-6th graders. Many of our teachers
incorporated some fun activities with the number 100. Be sure to ask your child if they were a part of
any 100 activities.
As February comes to a close, we would like to remind you that MCAS tests are right around the
corner for 3rd through 6th grade. For your information, we have attached the schedule. During these
scheduled testing days, it’s a good idea to make sure your child is well-rested and had a healthy
breakfast.
We wish you and your family a happy and healthy February vacation and we look forward to seeing
your children again on Monday, February 23rd.
Best,
Derek and Sharri
13 de febrero de 2015
Queridas Familias de la escuela Crocker Farm:
Gracias por su paciencia durante este invierno lleno de días de nieve y caminos angostos debido a la
gran cantidad de nieve. Apreciamos todos sus esfuerzos para que sus niños lleguen a tiempo a
nuestra escuela. Diariamente, hacemos todo lo posible para los niños salguen a tomar aire fresco y
hacer ejercicio. Si se pone demasiado frio, por el viento del norte o la temperatura muy baja, por
supuesto que no salimos para recreo. Este es el sitio para ayudarnos a tomar la decisión de salir o no
durante el recreo: http://www.idph.state.ia.us/hcci/common/pdf/weatherwatch.pdf. Los sombreros,
guantes, pantalones de nieve, botas y capas calientes asegurarán de que los niños son capaces de
disfrutar de su tiempo de recreo. Siempre que sea posible, es una buena idea escribir el nombre de su
hijo en su equipo de invierno en caso de se pone fuera de lugar. Una manera de que el Sr. James,
nuestro profesor de educación física, ha ayudado a nuestros alumnos mayores a disfrutar del clima es
con raquetas de nieve (snowshoes) durante las clases de PE.
Un recordatorio: es peligroso estacionar detrás de otros automóviles en los terrenos escolares. Nos
damos cuenta de que la nieve hace más difícil aparcar y recoger a sus hijos, pero pedimos su paciencia
hasta que la nieve se derrite por la seguridad de nuestros estudiantes y sus familias.
Usted debe haber recibido calificaciones de su hijo en su mochila al final de la semana pasada. Las
calificaciones son una manera formal para que nos comuniquemos sobre el progreso académico y
social de su hijo en la escuela. Sin embargo, como siempre, conectar con el maestro de aula de su hijo
es la mejor manera de entender cómo su hijo está haciendo en la escuela. Con ese fin, les hacemos
recordar de que no hay conferencias formales programadas para la no formal primavera, si Usted
desea reunirse con el maestro de su hijo en marzo o abril, por favor, envíale una nota o llamen a ellos.
El jueves, 12 de febrero celebramos el día 100 de escuela este año escolar en los grados 1 hasta el
grado 6. Muchos de nuestros profesores incorporaron algunas divertidas actividades con el número
100. Asegúrese de preguntarle a su hijo si formaban parte de las 100 actividades.
El mes de marzo empezamos las pruebas normativas del estado de Massachusetts, nos gustaría
recordarle que las Pruebas MCAS se dan a los niños de grados 3 hasta los niños de sexto grado.
Durante estos exámenes, es una buena idea mandar los niños hacia escuela con un desayuno
saludable.
Les deseamos a Usted y a su familia, unas vacaciones sanas y felices. Estamos deseosos de ver a sus
hijos en escuela el lunes 23 de febrero.
Todo lo mejor,
Derek y Sharri
Flu Symptom Check List
for Families, Schools and Child Care Programs
Flu season in Massachusetts usually starts in the fall and runs through the spring. The
main symptoms of influenza (flu) include fever in combination with a cough and/or
sore throat. Some people may also have a runny nose, body aches, headache, chills,
and feel tired. Some people (especially young children) may also have diarrhea and
vomiting.
To keep flu from spreading in the community it is important to keep your sick child at
home when he or she has the flu. Use this form during flu season to determine whether
your child should attend school or child care.
Flu‐likeillness:ShouldIkeepmychildhome?
Yes
No
1) Has your child had a fever of 100.4 degrees F or higher in the past 24
hours? Note: 100.4° F is the same as 38° C.
If you answered Yes to the question above, keep your child home for at least another
day to observe for additional symptoms.
2) Does your child have a cough OR sore throat?
If you answered YES to both questions above, keep your child home. Your child
has an influenza-like illness (fever and cough or sore throat). If your child has a cough
or sore throat without fever, he or she may be well enough to go to school or child care.
Your child’s school or child care program may have additional guidance.
Aftertheflu:Canmychildreturntoschoolorchildcare?
Yes
No
1) Has your child had a fever of 100.4 degrees F or higher in the past 24
hours? Note: 100.4° F is the same as 38° C.
If you answered Yes to the question above, keep your child home for at least another
day to observe for additional symptoms.
2) Has your child had acetaminophen (Tylenol) or ibuprofen (Motrin or Advil)
to reduce fever in the past 24 hours?
If you answered YES to either question above, keep your child home for at least
another day to observe for additional symptoms. Then use the check list questions
again to decide whether you should continue to keep your child home.
If you answered NO to both questions above, and your child appears well,
your child can return to school or child care.
Where can I find more information about influenza?
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www.mass.gov/flu
www.cdc.gov/flu
www.immunize.org
Call the Massachusetts Department of Public Health at 617-983-6800 or your local board of
health.
Massachusetts Department of Public Health
2015
Dear Families:
At 7;00 pm, on Wednesday, February 25, 2015, ARHS will hold a meeting to discuss with the
community its plans to change the high school's master schedule for SY 2016-17.
Since the high school is at the beginning of its process, the meeting will NOT involve an actual
recommendation for the new schedule. Instead, the agenda will focus on the following topics:
- The educational implications of a new master schedule
- The current economic realities that bear on the decision
- The feedback-gathering and decision-making processes
- The different master schedule options that are under consideration.
- How the community can provide feedback
Current 9th and 10th graders as well as all students in the middle and elementary schools will attend
ARHS with the new master schedule in place.
The meeting will be held in the high school library.
Thank you,
Mark Jackson, Principal
Amherst Regional High School
21 Mattoon St.
Amherst, MA 01002
W: 413-362-1701
F: 413-549-9704
[email protected]
Queridas Familias:
A las 7:00 pm, el miércoles, 25 de febrero 2015, la escuela superior (ARHS) celebrará una reunión para
hablar con la comunidad de los planes de cambiar el programa de instrucción para el año 2016-17.
Como la escuela superior está en el comienzo de su proceso, la reunión no implica una
recomendación real para el nuevo horario. En cambio, el programa se concentrará en los siguientes
temas:
- Las implicaciones educativas de un nuevo programa de instrucción
- Las realidades económicas actuales que influyen en la decisión
- El proceso de colectar el insumo de la comunidad sobre el posible cambio de programa
- Las diferentes opciones de programación que están bajo consideración.
- ¿Cómo la comunidad puede proveer comentarios?
Los estudiantes de noveno y décimo grado actuales, así como todos los estudiantes de las escuelas
intermedias y elementales asistirán a la escuela superior con el nuevo programa en su lugar.
Todas las familias del distrito están invitadas a asistir esta reunión que se llevará a cabo en la biblioteca
de la escuela superior.
TM
31ST ANNUAL HOCKEY EAST CHAMPIONSHIP
SEMIFINALS: Fri., Mar. 20 at 5PM & 8PM
CHAMPIONSHIP: Sat., Mar. 21 at 7PM
One of college hockey's most
prestigious post-season tournaments
returns to TD Garden. The winner of the
championship game will be awarded
the 2015 Lamoriello Trophy and earn
an automatic berth into the 68th annual
NCAA championship tournament.
TICKET PRICES:
Glass & Club | $42.50
Center Loge | $40.50
Corner & End Loge | $33.50
Center Balcony | $28.50
Corner & End Balcony | 15.50*
* $5 Off Corner & End Balcony!
Seats are limited and available on a first come-first serve basis. All orders are non-refundable.
Semifinal tickets include admission to both semifinal games.
To order your tickets, contact:
Alexandra Bottone | 617.624.1822 | [email protected]
100 LEGENDS WAY | BOSTON, MA 02114
Saturday, March 28 at 7:30pm & Sunday, March 29 at 1pm
TICKET PRICES
Courtside - $166
Floor - $91
Center Loge - $68
Center Club - $58*
Bookend Loge/Club - $48*
Corner Loge - $41*
End Loge - $26^
*$7 Off Select Seats!
^$5 Off Select Seats!
Seats are limited. All orders are final and nonrefundable.
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For tickets, contact Alexandra Bottone at the
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617-624-1822
[email protected]