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Monday, November 27, 2017
Thatcher Brook Primary School just received a $750 Community Grant designated to refurbishing and supplying a makerspace for student use. Walmart supports local schools through their Community Grants Program and we greatly appreciate their efforts!
Our $750 grant came from the West Lebanon, NH store.
Parent Information Night: Technology and Kids! Come join this lively discussion and presentation for parents only. On Tuesday, November 28, 2017 from 6-7:30pmin the TBPS library, TBPS-PTO is thrilled to be welcoming Bonnie Birdsall, the Digital Learning Leader from Williston Schools. Bonnie is a Common Sense Media Ambassador and offers parent information nights in the Burlington area to help parents navigate the ever-changing technology landscape. We will also have Lynn Pollock, our TBPS Technology Coordinator will share the Technology Curriculum that TBPS/CBMS students are learning.
If you have questions about screen-time at home, what our children are learning at schools, or how to create a balanced and positive technology environment at home, come learn and share at this parent only event. You will leave with needed resources for household discussions and a greater understanding of what technology education looks like in our schools. If you need childcare to attend, please let us know.
Friday, November 17, 2017
Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Students have been working hard all month to have one of the principals kiss a fish. They filled those fish bowls with code following behaviors, and they voted by pouring full fish bowls into the tank on the side they hoped would kiss a fish. The voting is done and the results are in:
Friday, November 3, 2017
Friday, October 27, 2017
- Cross the street at corners, using traffic signals and crosswalks.
- Look left, right and left again when crossing and keep looking as you cross.
- Put electronic devices down and keep heads up and walk, don’t run, across the street.
- Teach children to make eye contact with drivers before crossing in front of them.
- Always walk on sidewalks or paths. If there are no sidewalks, walk facing traffic as far to
- the left as possible. Children should walk on direct routes with the fewest street crossings.
- Watch for cars that are turning or backing up. Teach children to never dart out into the street or cross between parked cars.
Trick or Treat With an Adult - Children under the age of 12 should not be alone at night without adult supervision. If kids are mature enough to be out without supervision, they should stick to familiar areas that are well lit and trick-or-treat in groups.
Keep Costumes Both Creative and Safe
- Decorate costumes and bags with reflective tape or stickers and, if possible, choose light colors.
- Choose face paint and makeup whenever possible instead of masks, which can obstruct a child’s vision.
- Have kids carry glow sticks or flashlights to help them see and be seen by drivers.
- When selecting a costume, make sure it is the right size to prevent trips and falls.