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The Region in Review October 24, 2014 We thank our bus drivers for all they do for our Region 12 children and families

Distracted Driving Park Your Phone On October 15th, the Region 12 school bus drivers attended a training session which dealt with distracted driving. The program was presented by Edward Costa, a

CHROMEBOOKS IN GRADES 35 To the delight of students and teachers in Grades 35 across the Region, Chromebooks have arrived. Teachers and students are busy building their digital learning communities,

Bridges in Mathematics The Number Corner Many components of Bridges in Mathematics work together to build the necessary mathematical skills and concepts at each grade level. The Number Corner is an im

Third graders are studying geometric patterns, identifying twodimensional shapes and their characteristics. Second graders add a tile a day to create an array. They then write an addition equation to

SOCIAL SKILLS AND HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS As part of our efforts to create positive school climate, proactive social skills and healthy relationships, the elementary schools partner with the Womens Cent

Elementary Students Learn About Fire Safety Fire is everyones fight There is a national effort led by the U.S. Fire Administration to lower the number of home fires and home injuries in America. Along

International Walk to School Day The Booth Free, Burnham, and Washington Primary Schools joined thousands of students, parents, and community members across the United States in celebrating Internatio

October is National Arts and Humanities Month and what better way to celebrate the importance of art in our lives than to showcase what weve been up to in the elementary art rooms The start of the yea

First Graders experienced how a picture can tell a story. After listening to and watching how Faith Ringgold created her Tar Beach story quilt, students thought about how they could tell a story about

Third grade learned how just simple lines can create a sense of movement or sound through the work of Keith Haring. His simple cartoonlike figures inspired them to create their own colorful pictures t

Fifth grade students have sketchbooks this year. Various markmaking homework assignments have been completed and extracredit drawings have been created by some students. Heres a taste of what theyve b

PENGUIN RUN FUN Coach Schuck and Coach Gambino brought the Grades 68 cross country teams to Mystic Aquarium on Saturday, October 18th, to run in the Race for the Penguins, a 5K open to middl

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REMINDER K5 CONNECTICUT CORE STANDARDS PRESENTATION The math program will be highlighted OCTOBER 27 WASHINGTON PRIMARY OCTOBER 28 BURNHAM OCTOBER 29 BOOTH FREE 630 730 PM The New England Assoc

ent PILOBOLUS ALL AGES Pilobolus signature style of movement encourages participants to explore, improvise and discover. No previous dance experience is required, everyone is welcome to join GET MOV

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