Litchfield Center School
Exploring the Common Core: Parent Workshops
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Teachers are presenting
Healthy Me Week from April 20 – 24.
This collaboration is in alignment with several curricular areas
that emphasize personal wellness and healthy life choices. Our
goal during that week is to focus on lifestyles that emphasize
attention to living on a clean Earth, taking good care of our
town and home communities, and making healthy food and physical
classrooms, students will discuss the many ways that we can all
conduct healthy lifestyles. Physical movement, expressive
drawing and meditation, songs and dance, studies of the
importance of food as fuel, and Earth Week seed planting and
recycling activities, will occur during Specials classes. We are
excited about the upcoming week!
Wednesday, April 22nd,
families are cordially invited to Center School from 3:35 – 7:00
pm to view the wonderful recycle art project in the lower
hallway leading to the Dining Hall.
Come see the amazing designs that you
helped to craft from the colorful bottle caps collection.
The project is now complete and we no
longer are in need of bottle caps.
Thank you for your strong support of our
beautiful creations from recycled materials!
April 24th our week
will culminate in a school wide celebration.
Please have your student wear casual
clothing on April 24th, in order to be comfortable in a guided
walk around the school.
Thank you in advance for your
Rochelle Clementson, Art
Donna Maraia, Science
Cristin Marshall, Music
Brian Mongeau, PE
Joanne Moore, Library Technology
Litchfield Public Schools has introduced a new program called
“Ready, Set, Grow!”
Ready, Set, Grow
is a program for children and parents/guardians of children
Our next workshop will be held on
April 27 from 6 to 7 p.m. at Center School for incoming
Kindergarten children and their parents.
will provide opportunities for parents to observe teachers
reading aloud to children as well as follow up activities.
attend the workshop is required.
Please call 860-567-7510 by April 23 to