Our wonderful Student Council has organized a week of fun
activities and themes for each day before vacation. Ms. Miranda
wanted me to make sure to share that this is for “Pride” not
“Prizes”. We will continue with our usual work, but may dress a
little differently. The expectations for appropriate and
respectful behavior NEVER change regardless of the “fun”.
Monday—Polka Dot day
Wednesday—School Color Day
By the end of the month the State of Maine will issue it’s
“Report Card”. When that happens I will reiterate for you the
criteria for the Surry grade. This is a one-snapshot view of our
school. We would never take a one-snapshot view of your childand determine his or her capabilities. So please consider this as
only one indicator!
VACATION BEGINS APRIL 21. STUDENTS RETURN TO
SCHOOL ON APRIL 28.
Monday evening, April 14, at 7:00 in our gym, the SCIA will hold
an informational night focused on the school budget. All are
welcome to attend, and bring any questions you might have about
the school budget. Also, please remember you can always call me,
here at school, should you have any questions.
APRIL 28-TOWN MEETING-7:00 P.M.
CONGRATULATIONS GO TO THE CAST
MEMBERS AND DIRECTORS OF OUR
INCREDIBLE PERFORMANCE—PETER PAN
AND WENDY. BOTH SHOWS WERE STANDING-ROOM
ONLY, AND EVERYONE ENJOYED BOTH THE PERFORMANCE AND THE MEAL! MS. BONSEY-THANKS FOR ALL THE YEARS,
AND ALL THE HARD WORK THAT GOES INTO WORKING TO
MAKE IT FUN! TO THE HAVEYS, THANK YOU FOR ALL THE
SUPPORT AND EFFORT THAT GOES INTO PROPS AND
BACKGROUNDS FOR THE PLAY AND ALL THE PREPARATION
AND ATTENTION TO DETAIL THAT GOES WITH THE
AMAZING FOOD. TO THE STUDENTS AND THEIR
PARENTS—THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING AND STAYING
FOCUSED SO WE COULD ALL HAVE A SENSATIONAL “NIGHT
ON THE TOWN” RIGHT HERE IN SURRY!!!!!
MLTI, the program that is providing iPads to our middle school students, has asked us to have teachers, students and parents respond to a survey reflecting technology use in our community. You can help us by going to this link and giving your input.