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  • Dear MES Families, 

    Each year, the PATT has arranged T.I.G.E.R.  theater for our students. In pre-COVID years, Plymouth State University students come and put on a wonderful performance teaching our students by using Theater to Integrate Guidance, Education, and Responsibility. This year they are not able to come into schools but have provided us with some great resources for Character Building. To show our T.I.G.E.R. spirit, we will have a Spirit Week from 04/19/21 to 04/23/21. Each day will represent a different letter. Here are some ways your students can showcase their MES and T.I.G.E.R. spirit.  

    4/19 - 4/23 

    T - Monday 4/19 - Team work:  Dress up like a member of your favorite team or bring something to share about your favorite team.  

    *Bring in a book, picture, or item that represents them. 

    I – Tuesday 4/20 - Inspire Greatness: Dress up or share something with your class that represents what makes you great!  

    *Dress as someone you admire, share a talent (artwork, writing, a skill). 

    G - Wednesday 4/21 - Get Grit: Dress up like a courageous, brave fictional character/superhero or share something about them!   

    *Bring in an action figure, drawing, book etc. 

    E – Thursday 4/22 - Engage Everyday: Dress up like your teacher or show your teacher that you are ready to be a part of their day! Share an activity you did with your teacher where they showed you that learning is fun! 

    R - Friday 4/23 - Respect yourself and others: It is important to be kind to yourself by taking time to have fun and recharge. Dress like you are ready for vacation or share something about a favorite thing you’ve done on vacation. 

    *Bring in a vacation photo or drawing, tell/write a story. 

    Please send pictures of your students dressed in their T.I.G.E.R. best to: michelle.romein@sau26.org

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  • At James Mastricola Elementary School our mission is to ensure an active and engaging environment of responsible learners through a Response to Intervention (RtI) model so that all students attain high levels of achievement.

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