Dear Delaney families,
This student showed respect for his environment!
This student showed respect and collaboration!
This student is always smiling!
This student is always mindful and responsible!
Tuesday was a Professional Development day for the teaching staff. We worked all day on the Writing Process and how to best confer with our students about their writing.
Many of our paraprofessionals participated in a Math workshop with Dr. Ribiero. We thank them for their interest in continued growth and learning to better work with the students.
The nurses in the Delaney Health Office are asking you to adhere to their requests that children be kept home if they are not fever free for 24 hours without medication. In addition, children that have vomited or had diarrhea within 24 hours of school should not attend. Please help them in their goal of keeping our student population healthy and have a family plan in advance as we go deeper into flu season.
Thank you to all of our guests that attended Pre-K information night. Great questions were asked and we are looking forward to seeing your children next September.
Fundraiser Comedy Night
Friday, February 28, 2015
Rafael's in Walpole
Please see Website for details
Museum of Science Star Lab
A WEST Grant Project
Box Tops collection February 1- April 30th Contest: The grade who collects the most gets a DJ at lunch!
Snow Ball Dance Grades 2 and 3 Friday January 30th 7-9 Delaney Cafeteria
Read Across Wrentham February 2- March 6. There remains a need for parent volunteers.
Literacy Night: March 2nd
We are still accepting non-perishable items for the Wrentham Food Pantry. Please bring items to any school lobby bins.
We are planning a short video event with all students Pre-K to 6 this Monday, January 26, 2015. We are making a 25 second tape to upload to Channel 5’s “Good Morning Eyeopener” to wish the Patriot’s luck and to highlight our terrific school community.
Please allow your children to wear spirit gear, or Red, White, and Blue for this event.
Thank you for reading and viewing.
Colleen C. Wagstaff