We are having a BBQ this Sunday 9/16 from 12 to 3 pm. All are welcome to attend. Please RSVP as soon as possible.
Also, Back to School Night is next Thursday 9/20 from 6 to 8 pm. This is a parents only event.
We had a great day at Children’s Island last week and we are looking forward to several upcoming field trips. Look for a permission slip coming home soon for our fall trip to Project Adventure on Monday and Tuesday September 24 and 25. We will be working on team building games and the stretching ourselves with the high ropes course. In early October we will go on a walking trip to Redd’s Pond and Old Burial Hill. We hope to see lots of parents on Parent’s Night Thursday September 20th from 6 to 8pm. We will introduce ourselves and discuss curriculum for the year. Bring your questions!
The map of Redd’s Pond is from ” Discovering Marblehead: A Guide to Open Spaces and Historic Places”
We had a great time at Children’s Island last Friday. It was nice to see the students working together to solve challenges and help each other have a good time!
We will be going to Children’s Island on Friday, September 7th. Please keep an eye out for the permission slip going home today. School drop off will be at the usual time and we will walk down to the landing to take the Hannah Glover to the island. Dismissal for 7th grade will be at 3pm at the State Street dock. Students must bring a healthy snack and lunch. Please send a bottle of water in a thermos or plastic bottle ( no glass). Students should wear comfortable shoes and dress in layers. Hats and sunblock are recommended. Your child’s emergency card must be on file in the nurse’s office. Permission slip is due by Tuesday, Sept 4th.
We are looking forward to seeing you tomorrow for the first day of school. You do not need to bring school supplies in until Tuesday. We will meet on the field across from school for opening ceremonies. Parents are welcome to come as well. Parents are also welcome to sign up for our Parent Engagement Meetings. Look for a sign up email soon.
The 7th Grade Team
Some 7th grade students displaying very impressive cooking skills.
Les crepes etaient delicieuses! (notice the clean plates)
With the great weather we had on Friday, we were able to take our class outdoors during the morning. We used eggs to demonstrate the property of inertia.
We had a fantastic time at Castle Creek! The students were very excited and came up with some great ideas for their own mini-golf courses they will create for 3rd Exhibition. They will tie it to their National Park research as a theme! Ask them about the math (geometry) and science (energy transfers) involved with the sport.