Thursday, June 4, 2015

Doesn't feel like June?


Dear Delaney families,
      It has been another busy week here although we are not keen on the weather and there was a full moon! Students are still working hard, such as grade 3 children presenting their Massachusetts history VIP projects and Kindergarten children being assessed in reading with Fountas and Pinnell. I had a chance to visit a preschool class and sing "We're Going on a Bear Hunt" with everyone.  In the spirit of our Core Value of continuous growth and  learning, I will be attending a conference tomorrow on the topic of early literacy. Here are some of the other highlights:


Positive Referrals

This student was mindful and respectful of other children's point of view.
This class used mindful behavior in the hallway and exhibited kindness toward one another.


Grade 3 VIP



Grade 3 Math tessellating multiplication mosaics based on the art of Paul Klee. See if you can find the multiplication facts!



These are the new officers for 2015-2016. Best Wishes to all!

Lindsay  McDonald will be President 
Mrs. Stephanie Canavan and Mrs. Emily Gebhardt will  be Co- Vice Presidents  
Mrs. Shannon Roach will be Secretary
Mrs. Sandie Coombs will be treasurer 
Mrs. Heidi Neipris as the Rewards Coordinator 
Mrs. Mary Beth Medeiros as our Box Top Coordinator






WEST funded a grant called Have you Heard? Noise may Affect Learning

 What:  Classical Music and a chance to earn Disney Music weekly is coming to the Delaney Cafeteria.


·        Delaney students spend over 3000 minutes in the cafeteria each year.

·        Calm and welcoming environment will help children experience more socializing, eat more, leave less plate waste, and improve self-control.
When:  Next Week!

Mrs. Wagstaff will give students an explanation of why this is important and fun! A brief pre and post assessment will be given to see if students and staff notice a difference.


 Presents Flame

performing live,

Thursday, June 11th at 1:00 p.m.

Gibbons Gym

For Grades 3, 4, 5, and 6

Flame, a group of talented musicians from upstate New York who happen to have disabilities, has been capturing the world’s attention for a decade. In 2003, Lexington, an agency in Fulton County, NY that supports people with developmental disabilities, held a talent show from which Flame was born. The band has been changing the world through their music ever since.  Flame has performed at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the House of Blues, in Cleveland, Ohio; had a feature story in People magazine; and a segment on ABC TV’s Good Morning America. They have brought their message of inspiration to people and performances all over the world – Flame has played to audiences from Athens, Greece to all four corners of the continental United States. 

With a generous grant from WEST we are happy to announce that Flame will be performing for Wrentham Elementary students this June for our 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade. 

To check out the band please go to:


See you on Thursday, June 11, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. in the Gibbons gym!




Principal’s Coffee- June 5,  8:30 am  Vogel, Superintendent Cameron will talk about the budget.


Friday June 12th  Field Day, Rain date Tuesday June 16th.


Thank you for reading and viewing!

Colleen Wagstaff



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