Friday, March 11, 2016

Principals' Notes - March 11th

Dear Memorial Families,
We are looking forward to seeing you all at Spring Fling next Friday, March 18th!!! We still need of volunteers. If you are able to help out, please click here to sign up as a volunteer. Guaranteed it will be a fun time!


NEW NEWS


Guidance Messages
Week of March 14:
March 15: Phrases of the Day:  “Success starts with believing in yourself.” And “If you think you can or you think you can’t, you’re right.”  When we believe we can do something, we have a much greater chance of being successful.
March 18: Phrase of the Day: “ Just because something is difficult doesn't mean you shouldn't try.  It means you should just try harder.”  

Spring Fling
Our annual Spring Fling will be on Friday, March 18th. Please mark your calendar for this Memorial family experience. You can still purchase tickets for the raffle and join us for dinner. This is our only school - wide fundraiser where all the money goes to Memorial school.

Opt in to Text Messages
If you have not signed up for text messages from the District's School Messenger system, you still can!  Just text "yes" to 68453.

2016-17 Calendar ​
​The Bedford School Board has approved the 2016-17 School Calendar.  It can be found here.​

Health Message - Important
From School Nurse, Rachel Higgins:
I've seen many children with nausea, vomiting and fevers this week. Please make sure that your child is symptom free before returning to school. Fever free means without the use of medication.
It is also important that you report any infections to the school nurse. If your child is diagnosed with a streptococcal infection, I need to be made aware. I have several children and families that I need to inform because of health issues.
Spring seems to have arrived early. If your child suffers from spring time allergies it is time to start their allergy medication if you haven't done so.

From the Border to Our Corner - A Law Enforcement Perspective on Substance Abuse
On behalf of the Bedford Police Department, we are pleased to let parents know about a screening of a video produced jointly by FBI and DEA entitled “Chasing the Dragon” concerning the many aspects of substance abuse. ​The screening w​ill be followed by a round table discussion and Q and A from audience.   Panelists will include Bedford Police Chief Bryfonski; NH Senator Kelly Ayotte; DEA Special Agent in Charge, Jon DeLena; FBI Special Agent in Charge, Scott O’Donnell; NH State Police Chief, Robert Quinn; and President, NH Chiefs of Police, Robert Cormier.
  • DATE:    March 24, 2016
  • TIME:    7 PM – 9 PM (doors open at 6:30 PM – space is limited)
  • PLACE:  SERESC (Southeastern Regional Education Service Center)
  • ​29 Commerce Drive, Bedford NH 03110​

BEEP 2016-2017 OPEN ENROLLMENT!
Bedford Early Education Program  (BEEP) is now accepting registrations for the 2016-2017 School Year.  We have space available in many of our 3 and 4 year old classrooms.  Please contact Roberta Keane, BEEP Coordinator at (603) 627-1776 x3216 or keaner@sau25.net.

Thank you for voting on March 8th  
The kids voted for the following  themes for spirit days for the rest of the year:
March:  Kids dress like teachers/teachers dress like kids
April:  Favorite Color Day
May:  Retro Day
June:  Holiday Day



REMINDERS


Community Enrichment Program
The Community Enrichment Program of the Bedford School District offers evening adult enrichment courses to the Bedford Community. Our Spring Courses are now listed and we are offering Conversational Italian for Beginners as well as our popular Ceramics and Photography. Click here to view our course descriptions.
We are always looking for new instructors! If you have a skill or interest that you would like to share please contact the program’s Coordinator, Susan Sambrano by email : sambranos@sau25.net  or by phone: 603-714-4395.

IMPORTANT DATES


March 18 - Spring Fling
March 27 – Easter
April 1 – End of Quarter 3
April 4-7 – Book Fair
April 4-15 – Parent/Teacher Conferences
April 22-30 – Passover
April 25-29 – Spring Vacation

Thanks,
Pam  

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