FIELD DAY @ NSS
Grades 2-5 - June 8th (Rain date June 13th)
Grade 6 - Tournament Day (Field Day)
All parents are welcome to join us for our annual field day events. On June 8th, grades 2-3 will participate from 8-11 and grades 4-5 will participate from 11-2. Our 6th grade tournament day will be held throughout the day. Please know that any volunteers must have an updated CORI form on record in the office. Please contact the NSS front office to inquire about or complete CORI requests.
6th GRADE MOVING ON CEREMONY:
North Street Gymnasium
All sixth grade parents, guardians, and families are invited to join the sixth grade class for a final Moving On Ceremony. This student centered event will reflect on the class' time here at North Street over the past 5 years. In fact, they are the first group of students to move through all 5 grades at North Street School. Please join me in reflecting on the memories from past grade levels and wishing them well as they head off to Grafton Middle School.
A MESSAGE FROM THE NURSE:
- Ticks - With the warmer weather, we have noted that a small percentage of students have visiting the nurse's office recently after recess with ticks. As the students continue to play outside in the coming weeks, please be sure to check for ticks frequently.
Every Wednesday Starting on May 3rd
GRADE 7-12 BUS PASSES:
Please use the form below to register for a bus pass (only for students in grades 7-12)
INCOMING SECOND GRADE PARENT INFO. NIGHT:
Thursday, May 25th
6:30PM - 7:30PM
This parent orientation night will provide parents with a chance to see second grade classrooms, ask questions about North Street, and learn more about the students' transition to second grade.
GRAFTON MIDDLE SCHOOL INFORMATION NIGHT:
Grade 6 Parent Orientation Night
Wednesday, May 24th
6:30PM - 7:30PM
OPERATION FRIENDSHIP DANCE:
OF Dance - Cinco de Mayo
Friday 5/19 Grafton Middle School Gymnasium
Get in the spirit of Cinco de Mayo and dance the night away! Parents - enjoy a night off! We work hard so you can feel safe sending your kids to our dances. Our events are always chaperoned by certified crowd managers.
If your child is new to our dances, feel free to let us know about any concerns you may have at the door. We do want to remind parents and attendees that Operation Friendship maintains a zero-tolerance policy regarding bullying and misconduct, and that we expect students to dress appropriately for the dances. Additionally, we will not let students leave our dances without a ride home—they cannot walk home from the dance. Thank you for supporting our OF Dances. Our goal is to provide a safe, fun environment for 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th graders have fun! Our OF parents have all completed a CORI check and supervise all aspects of the dance.
While we welcome parents, in order to assure the safety of all children, non-OF adults must stay in the supervised check in area. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation. Should you have any additional questions, please contact Kim Edgren at 508-735-5820 or firstname.lastname@example.org.