Friday, June 16, 2017

Life in Pictures

It's hard to believe we have two days of school left! Here are some pictures from our life in 4T!



Monday, May 1, 2017

Bike to School Day Help Needed

Dear 4T Families,

Please see the below email about helping with Bike to School Day.


Hello everyone,

We are still on the hunt for Bike to School Day volunteers....please don't stop reading!

"We" are a small group of parents that organizes Bike to School Day. Last year over 270 students biked to school accompanied by their parents. Almost half of the SMS student body! 
To keep everything organized and to get the kids ready for the 8.25 bell we need some extra adults that will help us to keep the bike traffic on school ground flowing. We need helpers to direct arriving families to the designated bike parking area to keep emergency ways and areas that will be used during the school day "bike clean". 
From past years experience I would like to point out that this is also a great opportunity for families that don't bike but still would like to support the day. Let your kids paint a big welcome sign and cheer on the biking peers -Some of them coming from miles and miles away. 

If you can't help out in the morning please consider joining us in the afternoon to make sure all students will meet up safely with their bike group or parent. 

If you are biking yourself, please consider being helpful along the way. Each year there is a  bike chain to be fixed or an unexpected flat tire. 

If you feel like you can devote 1/2 hour in the morning from 8.00-8.30 or in the afternoon from 2.55-2.30 please sign up on our volunteer page http://bit.ly/2o0X3nQ. If you have any questions please get in touch with  Jen/ George's mom(jennifercaron1@hotmail.com) or myself (Finnian's and Thoren's mom).

Thanks for considering and I hope we will see you on the 12th!

Bettina Kersten

Friday, April 21, 2017

Updates

Dear 4T Families,

I hope you all have a wonderful and relaxing spring vacation!

We've had a great week in 4T especially with our field trip to Lowell. The kids had a wonderful time and were excited to share their learning when we returned to school. Thank you to all the chaperones that helped make the trip a success!


In Social Studies, we started to learn all about government. We had Senator Innis visit as well as three Representatives.  We studied all about laws, the Bill of Rights, the Constitution and the three branches of government. The kids performed skits to demonstrate what life would be like without laws. They were funny and informative!
 

We also learned about electrical circuits and students were tasked with lighting a bulb with a battery, wire, and light bulb.
 

Happy spring vacation!

-Ms. Tingle