All are invited to celebrate the achievements of our students. Tuesday, June 11. (Note: this was rescheduled from Thursday, May 23, 2013.)
Celebrate together as our School Department commemorates the success of another graduating class.
May is Teacher Appreciation Month Celebrate by honoring a Weston Public Schools Employee with a WEEFC TAR Award. Honorees will receive a certificate from the Superintendent and be eligible to win additional prizes in a year-end drawing.
Thursday, May 23, 6:30–9pm 12 Baptist Church, 160 Warren St, Roxbury, MA (Note that his location differs from the PTO Calendar) All are encouraged to attend. Let's celebrate the achievements of our students and meet and greet other families. Please br
We have a very exciting event planned, and to make all of this happen we need YOU! Volunteer shifts include: 9:30am-1pm, 12:30-4pm, 3:30-7:30pm. Jobs will include helping with activities, games, parking management, WHS tours, the concert and more.
It is now time to gather community feedback to create the next Long Range Plan. Your confidential responses will be collected and analyzed. The survey will be on line until June 1st.
Join us at Weston High School on Saturday, June 1, 10am-9:30pm. Fun for all ages. Rain date, Sunday, June 2, 2013.
Field School Spring Concert:
The Field School Spring Concert will be held on Wednesday, May 22 at 7:00 p.m. Band, Chorus and Orchestra Students should arrive by 6:30pm in concert dress (black on bottom, white on top). There is a morning condensed concert for 3rd grade students at 8:45 am Wednesday morning. All Field School performers must wear black and white to school Wednesday for this performance but may bring a change of clothes for the remainder of the day. Looking forward to a fantastic Spring Concert!!
2013-2014 4th Grade Band, Orchestra and Chorus Sign-Up: Please fill out the online form through the following link if your child intends on participating in a 4th grade music group next year. All information regarding each group is included on the form. We look forward to another fantastic year ahead with next year's 4th graders at Field! Link: 4th Grade Music Group Sign-Up
Field School end of the year activities
As communicated by Dr Maloney on March 28th, the District is altering the calendar slightly by having half days on both Thursday June 27 and Friday June 28.
Please note the following dates of activities (all occur during the school day unless otherwise noted) for Field School students in late June:
6/17 - 5th grade Celebration Day
6/20 - 4th grade Young Author's Night (7PM)
6/21 - New Field School "Topping Off" ceremony
6/25 - 4 & 5 Grades Talent Show
6/26 - 4 & 5 Grades Field Day and Barbeque
6/28 - Awards Assembly and 5th Grade Clapping Out
I ask that all Field School staff, parents and visitors cease parking in any of the spots in the parking lot closest to the library. This lot will now be solely for the use of library patrons. The school made this arrangement with the library to balance the spots that will taken off-line when the new Field School construction fence is extended into the parking spots behind the library. This parking arrangement will last throughout the construction of the new Field School.
Moving forward all FS staff, parents and visitors will have the option to park either:
1. on the front lawn within the recently erected snow fence
2. in the existing spots in front of the school or
3. in the newly created parking extension off the basketball court in the front of the school.
National Geography Bee
The grade 4 and 5 students of the Field School recently participated in the 25th Annual National Geography Bee, a nation-wide contest open to students in grades 4-8.
All students took part in the preliminary rounds of the Bee the week of January 2nd during class time. The top scoring students were invited to participate in the school-wide Bee on January 8th. They finalists were (front row, left to right) Hayden Zeller, Tomily Torres, Brigitte Belanger, Ben Guzovsky, Alton Jenkins (top row, left to right) Benjamin Chen, Debbie Lilly, Jonathan Enfield, Daniel Lydon (2nd place) and Josh Corbett. The school winner, Brigitte Belanger, will be given a qualifying test to determine if she will be moving on to the state Bee, and then perhaps, the national Bee.
The schedule for 2013 MCAS and ERB assessments can be found here.