Sandwich Central School

scsI think that it is safe to write...HAPPY SPRING! Thank you for the hard work you put into keeping your children in warm winter gear throughout this solid winter. I am happy to report that Mrs. Day and her new baby are doing well. We are also excited to welcome back Mrs. Adriance. Mrs. Brown did a wonderful job holding down the fort, but it is nice to see Alex back at the front desk.
By the time you read this newsletter, students in grades three through six will have finished the English Language Arts portion of the Smarter Balanced assessment.

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Mrs. Petitti & Mrs. Read - Primary Multiage

petittiReading/Writing:   For the past several weeks students have worked to become familiar with 'procedure' (how to) writing. They were initially exposed to procedure writing by listening to and reading many 'how to' books. They worked in small groups to make lists of directions for their teachers to follow for making peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. After that, students spent time writing procedures for simple activities they are familiar with, like brushing their teeth and dressing for winter play.

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Mrs. Day & Mrs. Read - Middle Multiage

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ELA: For the past several weeks students have worked to become familiar with 'procedure' (how to) writing. They were initially exposed to procedure writing by listening to and reading many 'how to' books. They worked in small groups to make lists of directions for their teachers to follow for making peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. After that students spent time writing procedures for simple activities they are familiar with, like brushing their teeth and dressing for winter play.

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Mrs. Hoag - Upper Multiage

hoagWow, life sure is busy here in Upper Multiage!  We are in the middle of our documentary project, “What Makes an SCS Kid” led by Hazel’s mom, Emma Dassori.  With the help of Mr. Mathieu, Mrs. Dassori, Mrs. Morton, Mr. Hillger, and myself the kids have just about wrapped up their week of filming.  Stay tuned for future developments about our documentary premiere date, it should be an exciting finished product!
We had a couple of busy nights this week, and truly appreciate all of the family support, thank you! Some of our class members showcased their Genius Hour projects at the School Board meeting on Tuesday night.  

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Mr.Chapman - 6th Grade

chapmanSpring is going fast and furious in Grade Six.  The students did a truly wonderful job of representing Sandwich Central School and engaging in all that they were exposed to in Washington, D.C.  I could not have asked for a better group of kids to help me get my feet wet in in first D.C. experience as the trip leader.  Mr. Hillger and Mrs. Ryan’s experience was critical in allowing us to have a smooth trip, and we honestly could not pull off a trip like this without all our chaperone support!  

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