Friday, December 2, 2016
Monday, November 28, 2016
Wednesday, November 23, 2016
Friday, November 18, 2016
Our first Scholastic Book Fair will be December 12th-16th.
Rachel would love your help! If you're willing and able, please fill out this form. (Choices are automatically deleted once the time slots are filled.) She will need assistance setting up, writing wish lists, selling, wrapping, restocking, and closing up.
Please let Rachel know if you have any questions, comments, and/or concerns: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations to Erin Shortell, Ethan Thomas, Nathan Kim, Camilla Pelayo, Missy Skehan, Matty Conte, and Ryan McWhinnie for being our Students of the Week. Erin, Ethan, Nathan, Camilla, Missy, Matty, and Ryan have done great work showing appropriate, safe and kind behavior (ASK). Thank you for being role models!
Thursday, November 17, 2016
Volunteers Needed: http://www.signupgenius.com/
Turkey Trot is scheduled to begin atand the 3rd annual walk-a-thon will begin immediately after.
**Please note if you don’t want to miss the fun plan on arriving at the school by
Setup your Online Fundraiser! Click for Directions $365 has been raised online so far!
Donations are Due!
**The Walkathon is one of Pine Glen's 3 fundraisers during the year and proceeds directly benefit all of the children. Please consider this when making your donation.
Things to remember for the Walk-a-thon & Turkey Trot
- Dress Warm! Hats & Mittens & Comfy Shoes
- All students are asked to bring a non-perishable food donation.
- Pine Glen will make a donation to the Burlington Food Pantry with the funds raised at this event.
- The top 5 fundraising families will win Pine Glen carnival tickets.
- Parents are invited to come watch and enjoy a cup of coffee (better yet, please consider volunteering!
**All donations are tax deductible – your cancelled check or online donation confirmation will serve as your receipt.
THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION & DONATION!
Tuesday, November 15, 2016
The Morning Meeting is a great tool to prepare students to learn, work on social-emotional learning, and build a culture of respect.
Responsive Classroom is an approach that shows the link between social-emotional learning and academics. It also creates a community and enhances a culture of kindness.
Both Morning Meeting and Responsive Classroom are great practices that strengthen our message of being appropriate, safe and kind (ASK). We recognize ASK behaviors at Pine Glen with "Hoot" cards. The reason we call them "Hoot" cards is because our mascot is an owl.