MAY 2ND – 5TH GRADE DARE DEVILS VS TERRIFIC TEACHERS
5TH GRADE MSMS PARENT ORIENTATION
MAY 3RD – MATH MEETING FOR PARENTS AT FRANCIS WYMAN
MAY 6TH – 3RD GRADE FIELD TRIP
MAY 10TH-11TH – MATH SESSION OF MCAS TESTING FOR 5TH GRADE STUDENTS
MAY 12TH & 13TH – MATH SESSION OF MCAS TESTING FOR 4TH GRADE STUDENTS
FINAL STORY TIME FOR INCOMING KINDERGARTEN 9:00AM IN THE LIBRARY
MAY 13TH – 5TH GRADE FIELD TRIP
3RD GRADE FIELD TRIP
MAY 14TH – PANCAKE BREAKFAST (SEE BACKPACK FOLDERS FOR MORE INFORMATION)
MAY 17TH & 18TH – MATH SESSION OF MCAS TESTING FOR 3RD GRADE
MAY 18TH – 2ND GRADE FIELD TRIP
MAY 19TH & 20TH – SCIENCE SESSION OF MCAS TESTING FOR 5TH GRADE
MAY 19TH – KINDERGARTEN FIELD TRIP
‘CELEBRATE MEMORIAL NIGHT!’ FOR PAST & PRESENT MEMBERS OF THE MEMORIAL
FAMILY – ADULTS ONLY - IN THE GYM
MAY 23rd – FAMILY MATH NIGHT
MAY 24TH – 1ST GRADE FIELD TRIP
MAY 25th- 5th GRADE STUDENT ORIENTATION AT MSMS
MAY 26TH – ANNUAL MEMORIAL DAY PROGRAM 9AM IN THE GYM (presented by third grade)
- ‘FINAL WALK-THROUGH’ OF THE ‘OLD MEMORIAL!’ -
MAY 27TH – 2ND GRADE FAMOUS AMERICAN TEA 9:00AM
JUNE 1ST – FAMILY PICNIC
MAY 2ND -6TH (milk or juice accompanies each lunch)
MONDAY – Popcorn chicken or stuffed crust pizza with sweet potato fries, peas, and chilled fruit.
TUESDAY – Nachos grande or grilled cheese on wheat with chips and fresh fruit.
WEDNESDAY – Hamburger, cheeseburger or hot dog with French fries and chilled fruit.
THURSDAY – Pasta with butter or chicken patty on a roll with green beans and chilled fruit.
FRIDAY – Stuffed crust pizza or grilled cheese on wheat with veggie dippers, and fresh fruit.
FROM THE OFFICE
The Signature Project: Find Your Passion!
Through the generosity of the PTO, Memorial students were treated to an amazing presentation with a wonderful message for us all – The Signature Project, presented by artist Patrick Dunning. Even after seeing it (twice), it is difficult to describe. A unique presentation blending art, music, and technology, it made us think, it made us laugh, and at times, even shed a tear. The heart of the project is a huge, multi-faceted mural (76x36 feet) with a rich collection of layered images, one of which is composed entirely of individual signatures completed by over a million people. At the end of the program, Mr. Dunning invited all the adults present (including staff members and parents in attendance) to add their signatures to the project on behalf of everyone in the audience. Thank you, PTO, for providing this wonderful, inspirational experience that encouraged and inspired each of us to ‘find our passion!’
FROM THE NURSE: URGENT
All 4th grade students are required by
FROM THE PTO
Art Show & Pancake Breakfast – Saturday, May 14th – in the
Each year Mrs. York transforms our cafeteria into an incredible display of our children's art. This year’s theme is “
SAVE THE DATES! Celebrate Memorial!
As our new building nears completion, we are preparing to say good-bye to the old one, celebrating and honoring the 56 uninterrupted years of learning it has provided for the children of
May 19th – a (free) evening event for adult members of the Memorial Family (past and present)
from to in the gym; and
May 26th – a ‘last walk through’ for children, families, and other interested community members from
The “Friends of Memorial” will host the celebration on May 19th in the
Can You Share a photograph? newspaper clipping? other memorabilia? While the physical school building is to be honored and remembered, it is the special memories, traditions, and stories of former students, teachers, and families that we hope to gather and document as we say goodbye. If you have photos, articles, or items connected to the
It’s the people that make a place special, so most of all we hope to gather personal stories and memories connected to the Memorial community. It is your memories that will capture the spirit of the countless people who made the