Parent Letters

March 18, 2022

Dear Weston Parents,

Spring and Summer Attire: I thought I had more time, but it seems random warm days are ahead. This is a reminder for most and new for some. We hold off on shorts and any sandals until after April vacation. This includes bare legs with dresses. The reason for this is Safety. The playground is covered with salt, rocks, sand and is very hazardous to the naked leg. As you can imagine, Nurse Hunter does not need the extra business cleaning and bandaging SHREDDED legs. The playground will be cleaned during April vacation and safe for all spring and summer attire. As always, Thank You for your help.

Just a few Updates……..

Hannaford Dollars: Please collect your Hannaford dollars from now until May and place them in the collection tower at the store or send them into school. These dollars help fund the fun little things that we do like Kona Ice and Weston Blue Ribbon tee shirts. Thank you!

Bouquets in March: Weston will receive a $1 donation for every Bloomin' 4 Good Bouquet with the red circle sticker purchased at this Hannaford location in March. IT IS ALWAYS A GOOD TIME TO BUY SOMEONE FLOWERS!

PTO: The PTO is looking for new parents to join as we open up the school once again to fun activities and community endeavors. Please reach out to me if you are interested.

Reminder’s worth repeating……….

Tardy: If you are late, please walk your child to the front door. It is unsafe for them to stand there alone and they are not always noticed right away.

Tutoring: Please remember to have your students here on time. Their tutoring session is only 30 minutes and every minute counts.

Program Two will begin April 18th with mostly Morning sessions and some afternoon. Keep an eye out for the notice going home the last week of March to sign up.

New Hampshire State testing for Grades 3-5

Weston will begin testing at the end of March by grade level.

Grade 3 March 28th - April 7th

Grade 5 April 11th – April 21st

Grade 4 May 9th – May 19th

The district sent out an opt out form about a month ago to all families. If you do not wish your 3rd, 4th, or 5th grader to take the test you must send in the form. We encourage all students to take the test. If you do not have the form, you may ask your child’s teacher to send one home. We will need them returned by March 14th.

Spring is coming……Have a great weekend.

Mrs. Mac


March 7, 2022


Dear Weston Parents,

Hope you were able to have some quality time with your children during vacation. It was a welcomed break for all of us. Congratulations to the boys’ and girls’ basketball teams for a great season. The Girls team made it to the semi finals which is the first time in a very long time and the Boys won the championship in an amazing hard-fought game. Great job coaches and players!


Just a few Updates….

Thank you for welcoming Mrs. Mullen as our new school secretary. She is doing an amazing job.

Email is kmullen@mansd.org


Tutoring

Please remember to have your students here on time. Their tutoring session is only 30 minutes and every minute counts.

Program Two will begin April 18th with mostly Morning sessions and some afternoon. Keep an eye out for the notice going home the last week of March to sign up.


Covid Transmission and Mask

Our district levels remain moderate, and masks are no longer required. If you wish your child to continue wearing a mask, please inform the teacher directly.


New Hampshire State testing for Grades 3-5

Weston will begin testing at the end of March by grade level.

Grade 3 March 28th - April 7th

Grade 5 April 11th – April 21st

Grade 4 May 9th – May 19th

The district sent out an opt out form about a month ago to all families. If you do not wish your 3rd, 4th, or 5th grader to take the test you must send in the form. We encourage all students to take the test. If you do not have the form, you may ask your child’s teacher to send one home. We will need them returned by March 14th.


Hannaford has designated Weston as their school for the month for March…

Bloomin' 4 Good Bouquet

The Hannaford Bloomin' 4 Good Program is an easy way for shoppers to give back as part of the regular shopping routine. Every Bloomin' 4 Good Bouquet with the red circle sticker sold supports a non-profit local to the Hannaford in which it was purchased.


As part of this ongoing program, every month at every Hannaford location selects a non- profit to benefit from this program. Weston is selected to benefit from the sale of the Bloomin’ 4 Good Bouquets in March. Weston will receive a $1 donation for every Bloomin' 4 Good Bouquet with the red circle sticker purchased at this Hannaford location in March.


IT IS ALWAYS A GOOD TIME TO BUY SOMEONE FLOWERS.


Spring is coming……

Stay well,


Mrs. Mac



February 15, 2022

Dear Weston Parents,

Just a few Updates….

Goodbye Mrs. Osborne we will miss you! Our wonderful secretary Mrs. Osborne is leaving us to work at the district office beginning Wednesday. She has been an invaluable part of the office team and we will miss her.

We wish Mrs. Osborne the best of luck in her new position.

Please Welcome Mrs. Mullen.

Mrs. Mullen is our new secretary and a welcomed addition. Mrs. Osborne has been training Mrs. Mullen over the last several days. It is a complicated and demanding job being the only secretary in a school of 70 staff and 550 kiddos so please be patient as we transition.

Email is kmullen@mansd.org

Tutoring

Assignment letters are going out today for tutoring “Program One”. Please look for the letters in your child’s backpack and respond.

*We had over 80 requests for tutoring. We placed as many students as possible.

If your child was not selected for Program One, we will keep the forms and give you first opportunity for Program Two Beginning April 11th.

Covid Transmission

Our district levels remain moderate, and we continue to follow safety guidelines.

The students enjoyed their Valentine activities yesterday. A little normalcy and fun.

Stay well,

Mrs. Mac


January 25, 2022

Dear Weston Parents,

Thank you to everyone for following the safety protocols and calling your child out sick. This protects other from being ill and having to be out of school. It also helps keep the classroom teacher in the classroom and parents at work. The Omicron strain is very contagious and has found its way around our immune system. We need to be extra vigilant right now.

Absenteeism **** For many of you this section does not apply but please read.

This is a tricky and touchy subject this year, but it needs to be addressed and I am asking for your help. It is extremely important that students attend school when not ill. We have students who are out due to COVID (isolation/quarantine). These days are excused and necessary. We also have excused days when students are not well with common illnesses or doctor appointments. The problem is when there is not an absent call or an excuse provided or the excuse is not acceptable.

We have tried to be sensitive to the variety of issues parents and students face by calling to offer support versus a warning letter. We have made many calls over the past couple months to make parents aware of the number of absences and potential issues related to the absences. Many calls have gone unanswered. Please help us help you get your child in school and back on track. We will be sending a letter to all parents of students who have 15 absences or more beyond COVID related absences. Administration will follow up with a call to develop a plan for improved attendance. It is required that we call in truancy issues/academic neglect with DCYF when we reach an excessive number of absences without a valid reason. We do not wish to do this so talk to us so we may change the situation and offer support.

Upcoming:

Progress Reports go home February 3rd

Valentines Day Monday February 14th- Kiddos will be able to exchange cards :)

Be Safe and Be Well,

Mrs. Mac



January 3, 2022

Dear Weston Parents,

Happy New Year to all our families. We hope you had an opportunity to enjoy some family time together.

Thank you to everyone for following the safety protocols and calling your child out sick. This protects other from being ill and having to be out of school. It also helps keep the classroom teacher in the classroom. The Omicron strain is very contagious and has found its way around our immune system. We need to be extra vigilant right now.

Today we had 85 students out sick and 8 that we had to send home. We also have 10 staff out. You can imagine the impact this has on the running of the school.

Let’s take care of each other

Work Packets

If your child is out for 10 days or more due to isolation or quarantine, we have take-home packets ready. Please reach out to your classroom teacher to arrange other instruction options. We can arrange remote if wanted.

Parking

Just a heads up… Michigan Ave has just been posted with No Parking signs

7-9 am and 2-4 pm daily. This is on the west side (side opposite the school) of the street and will allow traffic to flow more safely. Your cooperation is appreciated.

We still have some brand new coats in assorted sizes. If you are interested, please reach out to your teacher. If we have the size available we will fill your request and send it home with your student!

Be Safe and Be Well,

Mrs. Mac

BASIC REMINDERS

More vaccination clinics coming in the new year

COVID and Reminders from Nurse Hunter

We are seeing an increase of positive covid cases. Please call all illnesses into school with symptoms. Please follow the covid symptom protocol. All students with one or more symptoms are required to show proof of a negative covid test for return to school. At home Covid 19 Antigen test are acceptable. Label the test kit with your child’s name and date of test. You can send a picture of the results to Nurse Hunter at lhunter@mansd.org.

Rapid test

We can rapid test your child for free within 2 days of symptoms. Please do not send students to school sick. Confirm coming in for a test with the secretary or nurse.

TESTING TIMES- Wednesday 11:30 -2:00 and Friday 11:30- 2:00

Please pre-register at the below site so that if you need a rapid for your child, we can do the test and not have you wait doing paperwork. Below is the link and a QRA code that will take you directly to the registration. It only takes minutes and will save you a lot of time at testing.

http://testcenter.concentricbyginkgo.com//minor-consent

School Code ONJ3LK

PCR Testing is available daily at Hunt Pool 297 Maple St Manchester from 9am-3pm

NH DHHS is now offering free at home test kits.

Go to www.covid19.nh.gov to order kits for your family (click yellow box to order)


December 22, 2021

Dear Weston Parents,

ALL OF US AT WESTON WANT TO WISH YOU A SAFE AND JOYFUL HOLIDAY SEASON. Let’s hope the new year brings us closer to normalcy.

EARLY RELEASE TOMORROW! School is dismissed at 11:15am! Please email losborne@mansd.org with any patrol changes.

COATS

We have limited available sizes 4/5, 7/8, 10/12 & 14/16.

If you are in need, please tell your teacher and we will send them home tomorrow. It must be a first come first serve. I wish I had more.

COVID Reminders from Nurse Hunter

We are seeing an increase of positive covid cases. Please call all illnesses into school with symptoms. Please follow the covid symptom protocol. All students with one or more symptoms are required to show proof of a negative covid test for return to school. At home Covid 19 Antigen test are acceptable. Label the test kit with your child’s name and date of test. You can send a picture of the results to Nurse Hunter at lhunter@mansd.org.

We can rapid test your child for free within 2 days of symptoms. Please do not send students to school sick. Confirm coming in for a test with the secretary or nurse.

TESTING TIMES- Wednesday 11:30 -1:30 and Friday 11:30- 1:30 Please pre-register at the below site so that if you need a rapid for your child, we can do the test and not have you wait doing paperwork. Below is the link and a QRA code that will take you directly to the registration. It only takes minutes and will save you a lot of time at testing.

http://testcenter.concentricbyginkgo.com//minor-consent

School Code ONJ3LK

PCR Testing is available daily at Hunt Pool 297 Maple St Manchester from 9am-3pm

NH DHHS is now offering free at-home test kits. Go to www.covid19.nh.gov to order kits for your family (click yellow box to order) More vaccination clinics coming in the new year!

Winter Weather

We are now in the freezing temps and students need to dress warmly. We are past sweatshirts and light jackets. Winter coats are now a must and students will not be allowed out to recess without a coat. Hats and gloves are also encouraged.

Kindergarten Drop off/Pick up

AM Drop OFF -K parents please in the am if you arrive early and are waiting do not block empty parking spots. During drop off please stay to the left side of the lot so traffic can travel through on the right.

PM Pick Up- During the PM pick up no cars are to be in the parking lot. Parents are to park their cars on the street and walk to the building. Most of you are following the routine and we thank you. If you are one of the few parents coming into the parking lot, please discontinue doing so.

Grades 1-5 Arrival/Dismissal

Arrival seems to be going smoothly “Drop and Go”. Dismissal with the inevitable arrival of snow will become challenging. Please park away from the building if you can and realize that with snow banks and the hill Michigan will become impassable for two-way traffic. We are working with the city for a more permanent solution.

NOTIFICATION SYSTEMS

Some of you may have been caught off guard by the delayed opening today. Please see the below helpful information regarding School Messenger.

The Manchester School District uses several tools to communicate with families, and our schools rely on accurate contact information to be successful. It is important for parents and guardians to keep addresses, phone numbers and email addresses up to date in case of emergencies. If you move, get a new job, or change phone numbers, be sure to notify the school. You can call, send a note to school with your child, or e-mail Mrs. Osborne.

Please take a minute to review your SchoolMessenger notification preferences by logging into your SchoolMessenger account. If you are not receiving school messenger notices, please check your email address and telephone number with Mrs. Osborne

If this is your first time logging intoSchoolMessenger you may need to set-up your account at http://go.schoolmessenger.com

If you need assistance creating an account, please watch this quick video: https://vimeo.com/180768415

● In addition to School Messenger, Nixle keeps you up-to-date with relevant information from your local public safety departments & schools.

Sign-up here : Messages from Manchester, Nh: Public Schools : Nixle

● Social Media

MSD Facebook: (Manchester School District - Home | Facebook) MSD Twitter (Manchester Schools (@mansd_nh) / Twitter)

Have a great vacation. See you next year.

Mrs. Mac


November 30, 2021

Dear Weston Parents,

We hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving break and are well. Thank you all for your generosity during our Turkey Trot food drive. The students and staff had a great time, and the weather was perfect. We had many parents join their children for the Trot. Thank you to the PTO and volunteers for all their work organizing the event. Your contributions helped 25 families enjoy Thanksgiving. Again, thank you for supporting the Weston Community.

We are now shifting into the holiday season and winter weather and with that comes a few reminders.

COVID and Reminders from Nurse Hunter

We are seeing an increase of positive COVID cases. Please call all illnesses into school with symptoms. Please follow the COVID symptom protocol. All students with one or more symptoms are required to show proof of a negative COVID test in order to return to school. At home COVID 19 Antigen tests are acceptable. Label the test kit with your child’s name and date of the test. You can send a picture of the results to Nurse Hunter at lhunter@mansd.org.

Rapid test

We can rapid test your child for free within 2 days of symptoms. Please do not send students to school sick. Confirm coming in for a test with the secretary or the nurse.

TESTING TIMES- Wednesday 11:30 -2:00 and Friday 11:30- 2:00

Please pre-register so that if you need a rapid for your child, we can do the test and not have you wait doing paperwork. Below is the link and a QR code that will take you directly to the registration. It only takes a few minutes and will save you a lot of time at testing.

http://testcenter.concentricbyginkgo.com//minor-consent

PCR Testing is available daily at Hunt Pool 297 Maple St Manchester from 9am-3pm

NH DHHS is now offering free at home test kits.

Go to www.covid19.nh.gov to order kits for your family (click yellow box to order)

Winter Weather

We are now in the near freezing temps and the students need to be dress warmly. We are past sweatshirts and light jackets. Winter coats are now a must and students will not be allowed out to recess without a coat. We will be getting some new winter coats if you are in need. I will let everyone know when they arrive. Hats and gloves are also encouraged.

Kindergarten Drop off and Pick up

AM Drop OFF -K: Parents please, if you arrive early and are waiting do not block empty parking spots. During drop off please stay to the left side of the lot so traffic can travel through on the right.

PM Pick Up: During the PM pick up, no cars are to be in the parking lot. Parents are to park their cars on the street and walk to the building. Most of you are following the routine and we thank you. If you are one of the few parents coming into the parking lot, please discontinue doing so.

Grades 1-5 Arrival and Dismissal: Arrival seems to be going smoothly “Drop and Go”

Dismissal with the inevitable arrival of snow will become challenging. Please park away from the building if you can and realize that with snowbanks and the hill, Michigan will become impassible for two-way traffic. We are working with the city for a more permanent solution.

COMING UP IN DECEMBER

*Annual Holiday door decorating contest school-wide. Judging 15th-17th

*Holiday Shop the week of December 13th – A great opportunity for the children to shop for their families inexpensively. Sponsored by the PTO. More to come.

* Spirit Week the week of December 20th. Fun themes for the children each day.

* Book give away… Students will be able to select new and used books to take home for their own libraries.


October 28, 2021

Dear Weston Parents,

Hope you are all doing well. We are making some gains on settling into appropriate play on the playground and the building behavior in general. I am sending home a copy of the Weston 3B’s for your homes so that we are all on the same page as far as school expectations.

November is here already. It is the Month of days off. Dates are listed in the “Coming Up” section.

Good News! We are bringing back our Monthly Blue Ribbon awards celebrating students who go above and beyond social and behavioral expectations. All children are candidates, and it is up to them to work towards this award. We are going to have a brief outdoor assembly during the first or second week of November for our September /October recipients. Each teacher will pick one recipient each month and we have combined September and October. Over the last 5 years this has been a very big deal and we missed having it during remote. The students chosen will receive a blue-ribbon t-shirt and certificate to commemorate the occasion.

Parent Alert

There is a show on Netflix and YouTube called the “Squid Game” . It is very violent and has adult content. The show takes childhood games such as “Red light Green light” and turns them into murder games. It has become a topic of conversation among the students. Please be aware of this show and shelter your children from its content. We are shutting down conversation about it here at school. Thank you.

Grapes

This may sound like a random request but if you are sending grapes in your child’s lunch could you please cut them in half as a safety precaution. They are a choking risk and in the cafeteria environment a child in distress, unable to speak could be missed.

Rapid test

Please pre-register at the site below so that if you need a rapid for your child, the paperwork will aready be done and we can do the test without waiting on paperwork. Below is the link and a QRA code that will take you directly to the registration. It only takes minutes and will save you a lot of time at testing.

http://testcenter.concentricbyginkgo.com//minor-consent

We can rapid test your child for free within 2 days of symptoms. Please do not send students to school sick. Call and we will give you a test day/time. These schedules may vary based on the company’s manpower.

TESTING- Wednesday 11:30 -2:00 and Friday 11:30- 2:00


Tardy

The office has been inundated with parents dropping students off late between 8:50 and 9:00. School starts promptly at 8:45 and tardy students miss morning instructions and disrupt the start of the day for their classmates. Please be on time. The front entrance is not to be used as an alternate drop off for convenience.

STUDENT INSTRUCTION

Only Quarantine/Confirmed Isolation Students

If your child is out because of a positive covid result or family exposure for a mandatory 10 days or more, we have grade level work packets ready for pick up and they may join their class remotely to listen in on lessons if they are feeling up to it. Parent choice please contact the teacher.

Technology

Thank you to everyone who has helped us recover Chromebooks. If you received a bill for a Chromebook, call us. Some of the bills were sent in error.

REMINDER - Weather Changes

It is time for students to start bringing coats/jackets. As winter approaches, students go outside unless it is raining, or the wind chill factor is below 20 degrees.

Employment opportunities

We still need 3 paraprofessionals this year. If you have a high school degree and love to work with children, this is the job for you. Parent hours and excellent medical benefits. If interested contact me at lmacdonald@mansd.org. Also substituting is a great way to earn some extra income and very flexible. Work whatever days you chose preferable at Weston ☺

COMING UP

● No School November 2nd Election Day

● Remote Parent Conferences November 4 and 5th.

November 5th is an Early Release Day 11:15am

● No school Veterans Day November 11th

● Thanksgiving Break November 24-26th

Be Well,

Mrs. Mac



October 13, 2021

Dear Weston Parents,

Happy October…. We are now in full swing with 6 weeks of learning under our belts and things are going well. The students have completed the Iready math and reading diagnostics. The scores are lower than we hoped but we also anticipated this given the year and a half of interrupted learning. We will use the data to back fill learning and get the students up to speed

*COVID

Safety/cleaning protocols remain in place to keep the children and staff healthy and in school. We are doing rapid testing in conjunction with an outside company at school so we can get all symptomatic students back in quickly. We appreciate your help calling your children in absent and providing us with their symptoms if not well.

PCR Testing for Anyone No Appointment Needed

Beginning October 12th Clear Choice MD is offering free testing 7 days a week from 9-3 at Hunt Pool (279 Maple St Manchester). Turn around time for the results is 1-2 days

*RAPID TESTS Students Only

Right now, we can rapid test your child for free within 2 days of symptoms. Please do not send students to school sick. Call and we will give you a test day/time. These schedules may vary based on the company’s manpower.

TESTING- Wednesday 11:30 -2:00 and Friday 11:30- 2:00

*POOL TESTING* VERY IMPORTANT INFORMATION

In conjunction with our rapid testing, we are doing weekly POOL testing. This testing is done on Wednesday’s weekly. It helps support the health of our community at large by identifying potential asymptomatic positives.

If you are interested, you may sign up. The students swab their own noses (non-invasive).

http://testcenter.concentricbyginkgo.com//minor-consent

*INSTRUCTION

Only Quarantine/Confirmed isolation students

If your child is out because of a positive covid result or family exposure for a mandatory 10 days or more, we have grade level work packets ready for pick up and they may join their class remotely to listen in on lessons if they are feeling up to it. Parent choice please contact the teacher.

Technology

We are working on having 1:1 Chromebook status for all students. Right now, we are in the process of inventorying all devices loaned out over the past year and a half. If you still have a device that was not collected, please bring it to school ASAP regardless of whether it is working or not. We can not move forward with the new devices until we have all loaned devices accounted for. This does not include the computers- EVOLVE that we gave students to keep. Thank you for your help with this …we are excited to get started.

****We know a few of you received emails from the district Mr. C is working on the information

REMINDER-Weather Changes

It is time for students to start bringing coats/jackets. As winter approaches... students go outside unless it is raining, or the wind chill factor is below 20 degrees.

Employment Opportunities

We still need 3 paraprofessionals this year. If you have a high school degree and love to work with children, this is the job for you. Parent hours and excellent medical benefits. If interested contact me at lmacdonald@mansd.org. Also substituting is a great way to earn some extra income and very flexible. Work whatever days you chose preferable at Weston .

Emergency Forms

Update information is crucial in the event of an emergency. If you have not already sent in your updated emergency form please do so. Special attention should be given to “Emergency Contacts” those people you allow to pick up your child.

Popsicle Fridays

Popsicles may be purchased on Fridays for 60 cents. Exact change only. We can not make change. Please put in a baggie or envelope with your child’s name and Teacher. Last chance to pay for the year $17.00 by next Wednesday. I hate dealing with change.

COMING UP……

  • Weston Outdoor Movie Night, Friday the 15th at dusk. See flyer sent home.

  • No school October 20th - workshop day

  • Mark your calendar Progress reports go home October 22nd

  • Parent Conferences November 4 and 5th

Be Well,

Mrs., Mac


October 6,2021

Dear Weston Parents,

We have the first month of school under our belt and things are beginning to settle nicely. The students are very happy to be in school. We are trying to recapture all the social emotional training and skills that we have taught the students over the last 5 years, minus the COVID interruption. Our School Counselor, Ms. Parrotto and Mrs. McGilvray, Health Teacher are revisiting all the skills and expectations with each grade level. Our Unified Art teachers are pitching in and doing grade level Brain Gym K - 5 and Flexercise K-2 groups to help some of our kiddos learn self-regulation tools.

We are committed to getting all students back into a supportive routine and comfortable in the school environment. One thing we have noticed is that the students have forgotten how to play with each other, making recess very challenging. We will continue to work on this.

COVID

Safety/cleaning protocols remain in place to keep the children and staff healthy and in school. We are doing rapid testing in conjunction with an outside company at school so we can get all symptomatic students back in quickly. We appreciate your help calling your children in absent and providing us with their symptoms when they are not well. Right now, we can rapid test your child for free within 2 days of symptoms. Please do not send students to school sick. Call and we will give you a test day/time. These schedules may vary based on the company’s manpower.

Only Quarantine/Confirmed isolation students

If your child is out because of a positive covid result or family exposure for a mandatory 10 days or more, we have grade level work packets ready for pick up and they may join their class remotely to listen in on lessons if they are feeling up to it. Parent choice please contact the teacher.

Weather Changes

It is time for students to start bringing coats/jackets.

Backpacks

We have tons of new backpacks. If your child could use one, please send a note to their teacher.

Transportation

Thank you for your patience. Our transportation has settled into more consistent pick up and drop off times. They are getting to our school much quicker for dismissal. Bus 4’s route has been changed so all busses are leaving the school between 3:00 and 3:10.

*** Remember that there are events that can disrupt our bus schedules that are out of our control. Any bus that has not arrived for dismissal by 3:20 will be considered late and we will send out a school messenger text.

Please make sure all your contact numbers and emails are up to date….

Car Patrol

Thank you, parents, for being on time and keeping your distance during dismissal. It is time to consider where you are parking. Winter will be here, and Michigan Ave will be impassible. We are having the traffic department analyze the situation. Start thinking about the side streets. A little longer walk but less aggravation.


Employment opportunities

We still need 3 paraprofessionals this year. If you have a high school degree and love to work with children, this is the job for you. Parent hours and excellent medical benefits. If interested contact me at lmacdonald@mansd.org. Also substituting is a great way to earn some extra income and very flexible. Work whatever days you chose, preferable at Weston

Just some brief reminders as we move forward:

  • Please return your updated emergency form and Free and Reduced lunch form whether you qualify or not.

  • Morning drop off is a “drop and go” routine. Please no long goodbyes or getting out of the car. Adults are there to ensure the students get safely to the building.

  • Please review the Health notice from the district about how we handle illness. Call the office or email losborne@mansd.org when your child will be out and why.

  • If you are late please walk your child to the front door and check-in with the secretary

Coming Up:

  • Weston Outdoor Movie Night

  • Mark your calendar Progress reports go home October 22nd

  • Parent Conferences November 4th and 5th

Be Well,

Mrs., Mac