We are excited to share that we were able to work to ensure that all students who have applied for our preschool program on time were able to get a slot in our program without holding a lottery. Our staff will be in touch in the coming weeks with further information. At this time, we are still exploring the full day program and will be in touch if you expressed interest and we decided to go that route. Have a wonderful day! I look forward to seeing your child at MES. THERE WILL BE NO PRESCHOOL LOTTERY TODAY!
Tomorrow, Friday, 1/29 is going to be very cold! 💨🌬 Please dress warm! Layers, hats and gloves! Bundle up, Charger Family 💛💜
Our January Principal Newsletter is ready for review. Please check it out at the following link. https://www.smore.com/e3bvt
Please find a message from the Regional Agreement Amendment Committee on the draft changes to our regional agreement. Check it out and reach out with any questions! https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=04W8iBPhcwI
A HUGE SHOUT OUT with our instructional focus of problem solving in mind to Jenna P., Lily C., and Taylor H for creating their own on-going Social Studies group to do their work.Also, Nyrobi R for working through technical difficulties and getting back on her live learning.
MES Instructional Focus Week- May 4-8. Please send pictures of yourself demonstrating our MES Instructional Focus of problem solving to email@example.com. We have been doing a lot of that during our time of distance learning . We can't wait to see videos, pictures, etc.
A huge SHOUT OUT to Devin D., Brian H., Brody L., Braeden O., Jake H. and Ava D. for completing ALL assignments and working hard every single day since we have been learning remotely! WAY TO GO!!!!
A huge SHOUT OUT to Julia B. for putting a lot of effort into her writing and producing some wonderful opinion pieces. Way to go JULIA!!!
Shout out to Nolan P. for doing every IXL assignment& come to every classroom hangout. Shout out to Alex G for rocking his acrostic poem about technology. WAY TO GO NOLAN & ALEX!!!!
Huge shout out to Mrs. Dubois, Jacob S, HunterD, Brooke E and Julia B for using our instructional focus of problem solving to overcome a challenge that was presented to them during their class lesson on Thursday. I am so proud of you all! WAY TO GO!!!!!
Sorry for the delay in my posting. Shout outs from 4/16 Shout out to: Kenny R. for his efforts in completing his assignments with diligence. Has been working hard and it shows. Abigail L. for her efforts in completing her assignments with diligence. Has been working hard and it shows.. WAY TO GO KENNY & ABIGAIL!!!!! I AM SO PROUD OF YOU!
Shout outs for Wednesday 4/15 Stephen S. for being active all month and completing a lot of work. Reed B for being respectful and helpful in Google classroom Mikyla Renaud-Lepine for her efforts in completing their assignments with diligence.
Please see the link below for Monday & Wednesday food drop-off sites and times. Please outreach with any questions - thank you. https://www.bmrsd.net/o/bmrsd/page/covid-19-information--57
Per the Governor's executive order announced a bit earlier today, all schools will be closed beyond the initial April 6th date to now Monday, May 4th. I will be back in touch Friday with an update on our learning plans and food service moving forward.
Day 2 of working on learning plans from home. Hang in there as we continue to adjust. I’ll be sending out a message to all families later today with some plan modifications that will help. We got this but must stay positive. Remember our food drop off schedule and come see us!
As a reminder, our mobile food stations are out now at Rathbun St and Millville Bike Path Lot. Come pick up breakfast and lunch!
Gov. Baker has officially closed all Massachusetts schools for 3 weeks. As of now, BMRSD will be closed until the week of April 6th. Follow the Gov’s recommendations around social distancing. We must do our part! Please stay tuned for an update tomorrow, Monday, 3/16.
Attn BMRSD: Over the next 2 wks we will be offering free “grab and go” meals in our towns. Mon & Wed 9:30a-10:30a we will be at Rathbun St/Turbesi Park, BS & Hope St/bike path lot, MV. 10:45a-11:45a we will be at the BS Fire Station. You can pick up at the middle school also.
Email links will be sent out on Monday for Google Classroom codes. You only need to come in to pick up work if you do not have a printer, device, or internet service. Students who need specific assignments from teachers will be notified by the teacher or office. We will have hard copies available for anyone that needs them. Please don't hesitate to email me with any questions.
Check out a great National publication written about the work of our District’s Literacy Committee! So proud of our staff! http://bit.ly/BMRSDcasestudy
We had a wonderful day with our community readers. Thank you to Representative Soter, Dr. DeFalco, Mr. Ehrenworth, Mrs. Vinacco, Mr. Sullivan, Mrs. Anderson, Chief Landry, Officer Sheppard, Deputy Chief Furno, Ms. Blanchette, Mrs. Boisvert, Mrs. Salome, Mrs. Benoit-Rudden, Mrs. Haworth for taking the time to read to our students.
If you missed it in the newsletter, here is the Title I Questions video link. https://youtu.be/7lOY51odm9E
The Millville Free Public Library is very proud to announce its new Junior Friends of the Millville Free Public Library organization (see attached image). Members of the new Junior Friends include: (Row 1: Nicholas Thrul, Gabrielle Gill, Julia Buzzell & Ivy Maloney) (Row 2: Ella Reilly, Guilianna Gill, Joey Lafayette, Clover Maloney, Isabella Lima, & Grace Buzzell) The mission of the Junior Friends of the Millville Free Public Library is to support the library by assisting with children's programming, collection development for the children's collection, and fundraising for special projects. Check the library's Facebook page for dates of upcoming meetings of the Junior Friends or call (508-883-1887) or email the librarian (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information. Colleen Anderson Director, Millville Free Elementary Library
Check out the January/February Principal's Newsletter. Enjoy our Title I Video. https://www.smore.com/8usja
Red and Pink Day at MES on Friday, February 14th.
Please click the link below for a very brief video on how to use our new mobile app. It is super quick and helpful!" https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Ai9izVHqh4NeGOFUXcloEW9F5Pd5D9t7/view?usp=sharing
A HUGE THANK YOU to DA Joe Early for the grant for new softball uniforms! We truly appreciate the support! Go Chargers!
The following classes need book fair help (need a CORI): Mrs Jones, Mrs Keane, Mrs Olbrys, Mr Hickey, Mrs. Rosenbaum, Mrs. Faulkner Email email@example.com if you can help.
Black and orange day on Thursday October 31!!!
What a fun day at Millville Elementary today! Ms. Nneji’s class was the winner of the grand prize for raising the most money as a class. Thank you !! They raised over $1900.00 towards our Mustangs on the move event!! Today as a prize the class got to duct tape our principal to the wall!! Sorry if anyone was trying to reach Mrs. Shafer today she was a little tied up!!