Samuel Watson Elementary School            @frps_Watson

NEW DATES...  

FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS IN GRADES 1-5

AUGUST 29TH

FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL FOR KINDERGARTEN

SEPTEMBER 7TH

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SUMMERTIME IDEAS...

Summer Reading Activities

These ideas will keep kids engaged in reading, writing, and thinking creatively even on the hottest days.

Water writer: Using a pail of water and a brush, have kids write words on the blacktop or sidewalk.
Sell summer: Tell kids: Try a new product or activity and write about it. How would you describe it? Would you recommend it? Create an advertisement to sell it to others.
Plan a trip: Have kids use the Internet, travel guidebooks, brochures, and maps to plan a dream day, weekend, week, or month-long trip.
Summer sleuth: Have kids follow a story in a newspaper during the summer, or investigate a local story (e.g., an upcoming fair). Tell kids: Write about the event as it unfolds so that you have it documented from start to finish.
Play it: Take an adventure book with a clear plot (The Phantom TollboothCharlie and the Chocolate Factory, etc.) and invent a board game based on it.
Comic strip: Write a comic strip about a fictional character or yourself. See how long you can keep the strip going. Read classic comics for inspiration.

Keeping Kids Motivated

Set aside time each day to read. Track the books your child reads and reward him or her with a special activity or treat when he or she reaches certain milestones (for example, every 10th book). Do art projects based on favorite titles, such as drawing a favorite scene, or making paper bag puppets.

Visit your local library. Many libraries have wonderful summer reading programs that reward children for the number of books they read.

Make every day educational. Children learn problem-solving, math, science, and vocabulary as they help with groceries, laundry, and cooking.

Create a summer scrapbook. Save postcards and movie tickets, record family stories or interesting events from each day, whether you’re going on vacation or just going to your neighborhood park.

 

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~MORNING CARE~

Morning care is available Monday through Friday (7:00 - 8:30)

The price is $3.00 per day

An adult must escort the child in the building and into the cafeteria to sign in their child. 
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News and Notices


NEW HOURS:

Start time: 8:35

If you'd like breakfast, please arrive at 8:25 in the school yard.

Dismissal: 2:52

Students that arrive after 8:35 must report to the office and are considered tardy.

DATES TO REMEMBER:

AUGUST 29TH

First day for grades 1-5

AUGUST 31ST

NO SCHOOL

SEPTEMBER 3RD

NO SCHOOL - LABOR DAY

SEPTEMBER 5TH

Kindergarten Orientation (9:00)

SEPTEMBER 7TH

Kindergarten Opening Day (9:00)

 

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WATSON TIMES

Check out what's happening each month!

 

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School-wide Discipline Plan

School-wide Discipline Parent Handbook (English)

School-wide Discipline Parent Handbook (Portuguese)

School-Wide Discipline Parent Handbook (Spanish)

        May 3rd

    Dress Down Day

     May 7 & 8

   MCAS -Grade 5

    May 9 & 10

  MCAS - Grade 4

   May 14 & 15

  MCAS - Grade 3

   May 16 & 17

  MCAS - Grade 5

    May 17th

K & 1 fieldtrip to BCC

 May 21st

  Grade 3 fieldtrip

 Plimouth Plantations

   May 31st

Student of the Month

  April & May - (9:30)

  Breakfast in cafeteria     

                        


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