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Windham Updates - May 28, 2021

posted May 28, 2021, 5:45 AM by Sara Wunderle   [ updated May 28, 2021, 5:46 AM ]

Windham Elementary School Newsletter

 

May 28, 2021

Habits of Mind: “Safe, Responsible, Respectful, Ready to Learn”

 


Memorial Day Celebrated at WES

 

Students have been learning about the meaning and significance of Memorial Day for the last week. We have learned facts about our American Flag and what it means to respect and honor the flag. Students in Ms. Sara’s class did a few fun crafts to celebrate the holiday by making T-shirts and wreaths. The entire school visited the Windham Center Cemetery and placed flags at veteran’s graves. We talked about the proper placement of where the flags should go and that placing a flag shows respect and is a thoughtful gesture for those that have and continue to fight for our country.


 

Dress-up Days for Spring Fling week!

 

When we return to school following the Memorial Day holiday we hope that each student will participate in our Spring Fling week! Below is a reminder of the dress-up day’s we have scheduled!

 

Tuesday - June 1 - Crazy Hair Day

 

Wednesday - June 2 - Pajama Day

 

Thursday - June 3 - Inside Out and Backwards Day (clothing to be worn inside and/or backward)

 

Friday - June 4 - Color Day (pick one color and try to wear all clothing in that color)

 

Upcoming May/June Dates


May 31 - No School - Memorial Day


June 1st-4th - Spring Fling Dress-up Day’s


June 14 - Last Day of School (half-day) at Hapgood Pond


June 15 - Playground Removal begins & School Board meeting at 6 PM via Zoom

https://zoom.us/j/93879028456?pwd=WitsU2xZRUsxY2w1NFAzM3g1VmJDdz09


August 2-6  - Windham Elementary Summer School 

  • The days will be from 8:30-12:00 PM

  • Bus transportation can be arranged if there is enough interest

  • The days will be a mixture of some academics that will include some assessments to better prepare for the students' return to school in the fall, some outdoor activities, music/art/PE, snack time, and getting the new students used to the safety protocols and use of PPE (if still applicable).

 


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