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March 10, 2014
Our “lost and found” collection of clothes, lunchboxes, hats, gloves, etc. is overcrowding the lobby at HBS. The custodians have placed two tables in the main entrance for you to readily see the items that have been placed in lost and found. Please take a moment to check the tables for any lost items that your child may have left at school.
After parent/teachers conferences the clothing will be taken to a local charity.
Remember – NO school on Friday, March 14, due to parent/teacher conferences.
The next Early Release Day is Wednesday, March 26. Students will be dismissed at 1:00 p.m.
March 5, 2014
Dear Parents and Caregivers of Students in Grades 3-5:
We are in the final phases of planning for our students in Grades 3 -5 to participate in the Smarter Balanced Assessment Pilot test. This test, designed to measure progress toward the Common Core State Standards, will replace the NECAP assessment.
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Vice Principal Levy enjoys being a bobcat!
Special thanks to Rosemary Ellis, student teacher from Maine College of Art who created our newest Beecher Bob mascot for our friends and families to enjoy!
We look forward to your next visit, feel free to take a picture of your child as Beecher Bob.
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In July 2010, The Maine State Board of Education adopted the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) which are a national set of learning expectations for college and career success that were developed by teachers, parents, school administrators and education experts. Maine is one of forty-six states that have adopted these. These adopted standards provide a consistent, clear understanding of what students are expected to learn K-12 in math and language arts.
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Common Core State Standards: AN INTRODUCTION FOR FAMILIES
Preserve memories of our school by supporting the library fundraiser…
Harriet Beecher Stowe School 2014 Calendar
For sale in the Library for $12.00; all proceeds go to the library
Bring $12.00 cash, or a check to Wende Sairio
Harriet Beecher Stowe Elementary School-The ASPIRE Program. This program is open to all students in Grades 2-5 and is held Mondays through Fridays from school dismissal until 5:30 p.m., 3-Day and 5-Day per week options are available.
Riverview Foundation’s Aspire Program offers educationally enriching opportunities during afterschool hours for students in Grades 2-5. As a partnership between Riverview Foundation, a community-based, public non-profit organization/Martial Arts school, and the Brunswick School Department.
The goals of the Aspire Program are to:
- promote academic achievement and improve academic performance
- enhance physical health, fitness and overall wellness
- provide cultural, artistic and creative enrichment opportunities
- support parental involvement and engagement
For more information please feel free to contact Program Director: Joseph Carpenito at:
207-232-1718 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn more about this award winning afterschool program or Riverview Foundation, go to: www.riverviewfoundation.org