"I believe in you, you can do it, I won't give up on you and effort counts. " These are four very powerful statements that can make a difference in the live of those around us. There is clear research that concluded these statements can raise student performance. During the first few weeks of school, in talking with teachers and parents it was clear that we expect a lot of students at Mary Rowlandson and are continually looking for ways to help them succeed.
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Full Day Kindergarten: 8:35-3:05
AM Kindergarten: 8:35-11:35
PM Kindergarten: 12:05-3:05
Early Release: 8:35-12:15
Last day of school is June 26, 2013
Nashoba Regional School Committee Community Survey
Dear Parents, Staff, Students and Community Members,
The NASHOBA Regional School Committee has developed a survey to share with our stakeholders and learn from you what you want to see as goals, activities and priorities for the
next five years. This survey, along with other data points, will be used to inform the District's Five Year Plan. The plan is used as the School Committee's road map and shows their priorities for human, financial and time resources. This plan also is the impetus for the Superintendent's goals and work plan for the same period.
We hope you will complete this brief survey and submit its results for consideration. It is all done electronically and it is anonymous. The survey can be found below by clicking on the link. The link will be deactivated at noon on Friday, May 17th. The results will be compiled and posted on our website in preparation for the May 21st school committee meeting when the committee begins to work on their analysis. The survey should be taken once per person, but as many members of the household who want to may take part. The School Committee hopes to have a draft plan ready in June for comments and feedback.
Click here to take the survey
Thank you for taking the time to complete this important survey.
MRE Word of the Week is: Blunder
MRE Student: Top Winner of National Writing Contest!
Fourth grade student, Kristen B., is the top winner of a scholastic writing contest for an entry submitted to StoryWorks, a classroom magazine publication. The entry, a newspaper article covering the diptheria crisis of 1925 in Nome, Alaska, won top place in a contest inspired by the true story of Balto. Balto is best known as the infamous Siberian Husky sled dog who completed the crucial final leg of a run transporting life-saving diptheria antitoxin from Anchorage to Nome, Alaska. Kristen is a contributing member of the Mary Rowlandson Young Writer's Group.