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    Patriots Day on Monday, January 22, 2018
    Norwood Open House to visit classrooms Wednesday, January 24 -4:30-5:30 students invited too
    Dear parents and students
    Wonderful Transition to our temporary location at Norwood Ave. School
    DearPTO Meeting Monday, January 29-Norwood Ave School 6:00-7:00-Room 9
    Dear
    Edgewood families,
    I would like

    As you are aware, Edgewood suffered major damage
    to thank all the families for supportinglower level, due to a water main break that sent water rushing to the Harvest Festival,classes. The staff and students did an amazing job evacuating the PTO meeting for the presentationbuilding.
    The students did an incredible job
    of handling the new report cardssituation and attendanceremained positive. When we arrived at Park View, the staff did an incredible job helping to dismiss the students.
    It is important to understand the protocols in place for an evacuation drill. Number one priority is
    the Newport Creamery Fundraiser. True successsafe evacuation of our students depends on family involvement.
    Reviewing details about
    the new report cards, I would likestudents to highlighta designated location. Once that this report card reflects what we teach every day. It gives teachers,is done, then the parents and students specific feedback on areas of strength orare informed as to where support is needed. The report card is standards basedto pick up their child.
    We were very fortunate to have Norwood School nearby. A special thank you to Ms. Houston, the principal of Norwood, for her cooperation in moving her students to another location.
    Mr. Collins
    and outlines specific details about a learner’s profile. It clearly defines what each levelhis custodial crew did an amazing job of proficiency means. For the district, it allowsmoving us to lookinto Norwood.
    Repairs
    at curriculumEdgewood are moving along on schedule and instructionas soon as the building is ready to determine areas of strengths or weaknesses within programs. The new report cards will be distributed on Friday, December 8th.
    Teachers
    occupied, we will return.
    We
    will be holding conferences with parents to go over your child’s progress. The new report cards are also distributed onhaving a trimester basis or three times a year (December, March & June.)
    Each month, we recognize those students who have perfect attendance for the month. Our Passport for Success program has reinforced the positive behaviors that we promote.
    PTO meeting at
    Norwood on Monday, January 29 at 6:00.

    IMPORTANT DATES
    Dec. 8th – report cards distributed
    K
    Wed. January 24
    Grade 5 class
    field trip to Audobon
    Dec. 11th – 6:00 p.m. – set up for Holiday Shop (volunteers needed)
    Dec. 12th – Dec. 13th – Holiday Shop (volunteers needed)
    Dec. 21st –
    Patriot Place
    4:30-5:30
    Norwood Open House parents can visit the classrooms
    Monday January 29-6:00-7:00 pm
    PTO meeting at Norwood Ave.
    February 8-Hula Hut Tournament
    Grades k-5
    6:00 PM-7:30 PM at Park View Middle
    School Dance to reward good behavior
    1:00 – 1:30 – Grs. K-2
    1:40 – 2:10 – Grs. 3-5
    Jan. 29th – 6:00 p.m. – Library – PTO meetin

    February 19-23-Winter Break

    Queridas familias de Edgewood, Me gustaría agradecer
    Como usted sabe, Edgewood sufrió daños mayores en el nivel inferior, debido
    a todas las familias por apoyar el Harvest Festival, la reunión del PTO parauna rotura de la presentacióntubería de los nuevos boletines de calificaciones y la asistenciaagua que envió agua a la recaudación de fondos de Newport Creamery.las clases. El verdadero éxito de nuestrospersonal y los estudiantes hicieron un trabajo increíble evacuando el edificio.
    Los
    estudiantes depende dehicieron un trabajo increíble al manejar la participaciónsituación y se mantuvieron positivos. Cuando llegamos a Park View, el personal hizo un trabajo increíble ayudando a despedir a los estudiantes.
    Es importante comprender los protocolos establecidos para un simulacro
    de evacuación. La prioridad número uno es la familia. Al revisar los detalles sobre las nuevas libretasevacuación segura de calificaciones, me gustaría resaltar que esta libreta de calificaciones refleja lo que enseñamos todos los días. Proporcionaestudiantes a un lugar designado. Una vez hecho esto, se informa a los maestros, padres y alumnos retroalimentación específica sobre áreasdónde recoger a su hijo.
    Fuimos muy afortunados
    de fortaleza o donde se necesita apoyo. La libretatener la escuela Norwood cerca. Un agradecimiento especial a la Sra. Houston, la directora de calificaciones está basada en estándaresNorwood, por su cooperación para trasladar a sus estudiantes a otro lugar.
    El Sr. Collins
    y describe detalles específicos sobre el perfilsu equipo de conserjes hicieron un alumno. Define claramente lo que significa cada nivel de competencia. Paratrabajo increíble al mudarnos a Norwood.
    Las reparaciones en Edgewood avanzan a tiempo y tan pronto como
    el distrito, nos permite ver el plan de estudios y la instrucciónedificio esté listo para determinar las áreasser ocupado, regresaremos.
    Vamos a tener una reunión
    de fortalezas o debilidades dentro de los programas. Las nuevas libretas de calificaciones se distribuiránPTO en
    Norwood
    el viernes 8lunes 29 de diciembre. Los maestros celebrarán conferencias con los padres para revisar el progreso de su hijo. Las nuevas libretas de calificaciones también se distribuyen trimestralmente o tres veces al año (diciembre, marzo y junio). Cada mes, reconocemosenero a aquellos estudiantes que tienen asistencia perfecta durante el mes. Nuestro programa Passport for Success ha reforzado los comportamientos positivos que promovemos.las 6:00.
    FECHAS IMPORTANTES
    8Mie. 24 de diciembre: boletasen
    Viaje
    de calificaciones distribuidas K excursión a Audobon
    11
    campo de diciembre - 6:00 p.m. - configurado para Holiday Shop (se necesitan voluntarios)
    12
    clase de diciembre - 135to grado a Patriot Place
    4: 30-5: 30Los padres
    de diciembre - Holiday Shop (se necesitan voluntarios)
    21
    Norwood Open House pueden visitar las aul
    Lunes 29-6
    de diciembre - Baile escolar para recompensar el buen comportamiento 1:00 - 1:30 - Grs. K-2 1:40 - 2:10 - Grs. 3-5
    29 de enero - 6:00 p.m. - Biblioteca - reunión
    enero: 00-7: 00 p. M.Reunión de PTO Lun. \
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    en Norwood Ave.
    8
    de diciembre - Lun. 1febrero-Hula Hut Tournament
    Grados k-5
    6:00 p.m.-7: 30 p.m. en la escuela secundaria Park View
    Febrero 19-23-Vacaciones
    de enero - Vacaciones románticas
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    Spirit Week-December 18-22
    Monday-Twin
    Patriots Day
    Tuesday-Opposite-mix-match
    Wednesday-Dress Festive
    Thursday-Hat Day
    Friday-Pajama Day
    Holiday Sing
    on Monday, January 22, 2018
    Norwood Open House to visit classrooms Wednesday, January 24 -4:30-5:30 students invited too
    Dear parents
    and Band Performance-Wednesday, December 20-9:00 AM
    December Newsletter
    students
    Wonderful Transition to our temporary location at Norwood Ave. School

    Dear Edgewood families,
    I would like to thank all the families for supporting the Harvest Festival, the PTO meeting for the presentation of the new report cards and attendance at the Newport Creamery Fundraiser. True success of our students depends on family involvement.
    ...
    1:00 – 1:30 – Grs. K-2
    1:40 – 2:10 – Grs. 3-5
    ...
    – PTO meeting
    Mon. Dec. 25th – Mon. Jan. 1st – Holiday Break
    meetin
    Queridas familias de Edgewood, Me gustaría agradecer a todas las familias por apoyar el Harvest Festival, la reunión del PTO para la presentación de los nuevos boletines de calificaciones y la asistencia a la recaudación de fondos de Newport Creamery. El verdadero éxito de nuestros estudiantes depende de la participación de la familia. Al revisar los detalles sobre las nuevas libretas de calificaciones, me gustaría resaltar que esta libreta de calificaciones refleja lo que enseñamos todos los días. Proporciona a los maestros, padres y alumnos retroalimentación específica sobre áreas de fortaleza o donde se necesita apoyo. La libreta de calificaciones está basada en estándares y describe detalles específicos sobre el perfil de un alumno. Define claramente lo que significa cada nivel de competencia. Para el distrito, nos permite ver el plan de estudios y la instrucción para determinar las áreas de fortalezas o debilidades dentro de los programas. Las nuevas libretas de calificaciones se distribuirán el viernes 8 de diciembre. Los maestros celebrarán conferencias con los padres para revisar el progreso de su hijo. Las nuevas libretas de calificaciones también se distribuyen trimestralmente o tres veces al año (diciembre, marzo y junio). Cada mes, reconocemos a aquellos estudiantes que tienen asistencia perfecta durante el mes. Nuestro programa Passport for Success ha reforzado los comportamientos positivos que promovemos.
    FECHAS IMPORTANTES
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Friday, December 15

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    Holiday Shop-December 12 and 13Spirit Week-December 18-22
    Monday-Twin Day
    Tuesday-Opposite-mix-match
    Wednesday-Dress Festive
    Thursday-Hat Day
    Friday-Pajama Day

    Holiday Sing and Band Performance-Wednesday, December 20-9:00 AM
    December Newsletter
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    Edgewood families,
    I would like to thank all the families for supporting the Harvest Festival, the PTO meeting for the presentation of the new report cards and attendance at the Newport Creamery Fundraiser. True success of our students depends on family involvement.
    Reviewing details about the new report cards, I would like to highlight that this report card reflects what we teach every day. It gives teachers, parents and students specific feedback on areas of strength or where support is needed. The report card is standards based and outlines specific details about a learner’s profile. It clearly defines what each level of proficiency means. For the district, it allows us to look at curriculum and instruction to determine areas of strengths or weaknesses within programs. The new report cards will be distributed on Friday, December 8th.
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Monday, December 4

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    Newport Creamery on Warwick Ave. Fundraiser.. Tuesday, November 28 5-8:PM
    10% of your purchase will be donated to Edgewood PTO
    Principal's
    Holiday Shop-December 12 and 13
    Holiday Sing and Band Performance-Wednesday, December 20-9:00 AM
    December
    Newsletter
    Dear Edgewood families,
    Our PBIS team planned an exciting initiative

    I would like
    to encourage positive behavior. PBIS stands for Positive Behavior Intervention System. The team developed “your passport to success.” The students in each classroom will be issued a student passport which containsthank all the rules and behaviors expected infamilies for supporting the hallway, upon arrival, inHarvest Festival, the lunchroom, restrooms, at assemblies and during fire drills. AsPTO meeting for the teachers go overpresentation of the behaviors expected,new report cards and attendance at the Newport Creamery Fundraiser. True success of our students will get a stamp in their passport. These passports will be kept independs on family involvement.
    Reviewing details about
    the classrooms, as an effortnew report cards, I would like to encourage positive behaviors. A bulletin board in the corridor highlightshighlight that this initiative.
    We will continue to highlight writing, through the use
    report card reflects what we teach every day. It gives teachers, parents and students specific feedback on areas of ACES which stands for A-answer the question, C-cite evidence, E-expand on evidencestrength or where support is needed. The report card is standards based and S-summary statement. As we transition from PARCC to RICAS, we will continue to focus onoutlines specific details about a learner’s profile. It clearly defines what each level of proficiency means. For the reading and writing connection. Students are learning to become critical readers that are abledistrict, it allows us to make inferenceslook at curriculum and instruction to cite evidence to support their ideas.
    In the area
    determine areas of math, we continue to make progressstrengths or weaknesses within programs. The new report cards will be distributed on Friday, December 8th.
    Teachers will be holding conferences
    with EUREKA, ourparents to go over your child’s progress. The new math curriculum. Studentsreport cards are becoming more proficient inalso distributed on a trimester basis or three times a year (December, March & June.)
    Each month, we recognize those students who have perfect attendance for
    the area of mathematical thinkingmonth. Our Passport for Success program has reinforced the positive behaviors that we promote.
    IMPORTANT DATES
    Dec. 8th – report cards distributed
    K field trip
    to solve complex problems.
    Mon. Nov. 20th
    Audobon
    Dec. 11th
    PTO meeting6:00 p.m. – set up for Holiday Shop (volunteers needed)
    Dec. 12th – Dec. 13th – Holiday Shop (volunteers needed)
    Dec. 21st – School Dance to reward good behavior
    1:00 – 1:30 – Grs. K-2
    1:40 – 2:10 – Grs. 3-5
    Jan. 29th
    – 6:00 library
    Nov. 23rd
    p.m.Nov. 24thLibraryThanksgiving recess
    Spanish
    Estimadas
    PTO meeting
    Mon. Dec. 25th – Mon. Jan. 1st – Holiday Break
    Queridas
    familias de Edgewood,
    Nuestro equipo de PBIS planeó una iniciativa emocionante para fomentar
    Me gustaría agradecer a todas las familias por apoyar el comportamiento positivo. PBIS significa SistemaHarvest Festival, la reunión del PTO para la presentación de Intervenciónlos nuevos boletines de Comportamiento Positivo. Loscalificaciones y la asistencia a la recaudación de fondos de Newport Creamery. El verdadero éxito de nuestros estudiantes en cada salóndepende de clases recibirán un pasaportela participación de estudiante que contiene todas las reglas y comportamientos esperados en el pasillo, a su llegada, en el comedor,la familia. Al revisar los baños, endetalles sobre las asambleas y durante los simulacrosnuevas libretas de incendio. A medidacalificaciones, me gustaría resaltar que los maestros repasan los comportamientos esperados, los estudiantes recibirán un sello en su pasaporte. Estos pasaportes se mantendrán en las aulas, como un esfuerzo para fomentar comportamientos positivos. Un boletín en el pasillo destaca esta iniciativa.
    Seguiremos poniendo
    libreta de relieve la escritura, a través del uso de ACEScalificaciones refleja lo que significa A-responderenseñamos todos los días. Proporciona a la pregunta, C-citar evidencia, E-expandir la evidencialos maestros, padres y S-resumenalumnos retroalimentación específica sobre áreas de la declaración. Al pasarfortaleza o donde se necesita apoyo. La libreta de PARCC a RICAS, continuaremos enfocándonoscalificaciones está basada en la conexión de lecturaestándares y escritura. Los estudiantes están aprendiendo a convertirse en lectores críticosdescribe detalles específicos sobre el perfil de un alumno. Define claramente lo que son capacessignifica cada nivel de hacer inferenciascompetencia. Para el distrito, nos permite ver el plan de estudios y citar pruebasla instrucción para apoyar sus ideas.
    En
    determinar las áreas de fortalezas o debilidades dentro de los programas. Las nuevas libretas de calificaciones se distribuirán el áreaviernes 8 de matemáticas, seguimos avanzandodiciembre. Los maestros celebrarán conferencias con EUREKA, nuestro nuevo currículolos padres para revisar el progreso de matemáticas. Lossu hijo. Las nuevas libretas de calificaciones también se distribuyen trimestralmente o tres veces al año (diciembre, marzo y junio). Cada mes, reconocemos a aquellos estudiantes son cada vez más competentes enque tienen asistencia perfecta durante el área de pensamiento matemático para resolver problemas complejos.mes. Nuestro programa Passport for Success ha reforzado los comportamientos positivos que promovemos.
    FECHAS IMPORTANTES
    Jueves 218 de septiembre - no hay escuela Rosh Hashaná
    Del 25
    diciembre: boletas de septiembre al 29calificaciones distribuidas K excursión a Audobon
    11
    de septiembrediciembre - Feria del libro durante la clase de biblioteca
    26 de septiembre
    6:00 p.m. - Open House
    Feria del Libro abierta
    configurado para los padresHoliday Shop (se necesitan voluntarios)
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    de 6:00 - 6:30
    6:30 - presentación en la sala polivalente - programa Fuel Up 160
    diciembre - introducción13 de personal
    6:45
    diciembre - 7:15 - visita a las aulas
    7:15 - 7:30 - Reapertura
    Holiday Shop (se necesitan voluntarios)
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    de la Feria del Libro
    Lun. 9 de octubre
    diciembre - Día de ColónBaile escolar para recompensar el buen comportamiento 1:00 - sin escuela
    Jueves 9 de noviembre
    1:30 - Asamblea del Día de los VeteranosGrs. K-2 1:40 - 9:30 sala multiusos
    Jueves 9 de noviembre
    2:10 - FestivalGrs. 3-5
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    de la cosecha de otoñoenero - 5:30 - 7:006:00 p.m. sala multipropósito
    Vie. 10 de noviembre
    - Día de los VeteranosBiblioteca - sin escuela
    Lun. 20
    reunión de PTO Lun. \
    25
    de noviembrediciembre - ReuniónLun. 1 de PTOenero - 6:00 biblioteca
    Nov. 23rd - Nov. 24th - Receso de Acción de Gracias
    Vacaciones románticas
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    PTO Meeting Mon. Nov. 20th
    6:00–7:00 PM - Library
    Presentation
    Newport Creamery on the new report cards presented by:
    Mrs. Gamba, Principal
    Mrs. Gustafson, Director
    Warwick Ave. Fundraiser.. Tuesday, November 28 5-8:PM
    10%
    of Curriculum and Educational Programsyour purchase will be donated to Edgewood PTO
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Thursday, November 16

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    VETERANS' DAY ASSEMBLY THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9 AT 9:30 AM ..INVITE A VETERAN TO OUR ASSEMBLY
    FALL HARVEST FESTIVAL THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9-5:30 PM-7:00
    PTO Meeting Mon. Nov. 20th
    6:00–7:00
    PM ADMISSION IS FREE, DJ AND RAFFLE BASKETS
    PICTURE MAKE UP DAY IS MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13 IN THE FOYER..
    - Library
    Presentation on the new report cards presented by:
    Mrs. Gamba, Principal
    Mrs. Gustafson, Director of Curriculum and Educational Programs

    Principal's Newsletter
    Dear Edgewood families,
    ...
    We will continue to highlight writing, through the use of ACES which stands for A-answer the question, C-cite evidence, E-expand on evidence and S-summary statement. As we transition from PARCC to RICAS, we will continue to focus on the reading and writing connection. Students are learning to become critical readers that are able to make inferences and to cite evidence to support their ideas.
    In the area of math, we continue to make progress with EUREKA, our new math curriculum. Students are becoming more proficient in the area of mathematical thinking to solve complex problems.
    Thurs. Sept. 21st – no school Rosh Hashanah
    Sept. 25th thru Sept. 29th – Book Fair during library class
    Sept. 26th – Open House
    Book Fair open for parents from 6:00 – 6:30
    6:30 – presentation in the multipurpose room – Fuel Up 160 program – introduction of staff
    6:45 – 7:15 – visitation to classrooms
    7:15 – 7:30 – Book Fair re-opens
    IMPORTANT DATES
    Mon. Oct. 9th – Columbus Day – no school
    Thurs. Nov. 9th – Veterans Day Assembly – 9:30 multipurpose room
    Thurs. Nov. 9th – Fall Harvest Festival – 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. multipurpose room
    Fri. Nov. 10th – Veterans Day – no school

    Mon. Nov. 20th – PTO meeting – 6:00 library
    Nov. 23rd – Nov. 24th – Thanksgiving recess
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Tuesday, November 7

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    REMINDER: WEAR ORANGE ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31 TO SCARE OUT HUNGER..WE WILL BE COLLECTING CANNED GOODS UNTIL THANKSGIVING PLEASE BRING IN A CAN GOOD FOR TUESDAY TO KICK OFF OUR FOOD DRIVE
    VETERANS'
    VETERANS' DAY ASSEMBLY THURSDAYTHURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9 AT 9:30 ..NOTICE WILL GO HOME TO INVITEAM ..INVITE A VETERAN
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    OUR ASSEMBLY
    FALL HARVEST FESTIVAL THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9-5:30 PM-7:00 PM ADMISSION IS FREE, DJ AND RAFFLE BASKETS
    PICTURE MAKE UP DAY IS MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13 IN THE FOYER..

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Friday, October 27

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    DIAPER COLLECTION-9/18-9/22
    OPEN HOUSE/BOOKFAIR-TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26
    SCHEDULE
    REMINDER: WEAR ORANGE ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31 TO SCARE OUT HUNGER..WE WILL BE COLLECTING CANNED GOODS UNTIL THANKSGIVING PLEASE BRING IN A CAN GOOD FOR OPEN HOUSE
    BOOK FAIR OPENS- 6:00-6:30
    OPEN HOUSE-6:30-MULTIPURPOSE ROOM ..MEET THE TEACHERS
    CLASSROOM VISITS 6:45-7:15
    BOOK FAIR REPOPENS 7:15
    TUESDAY TO KICK OFF OUR FOOD DRIVE
    VETERANS' DAY ASSEMBLY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 9 AT 9:30 ..NOTICE WILL GO HOME TO INVITE A VETERAN TO OUR ASSEMBLY

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