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Mrs. DeFrancisco's Third Grade Class Celebrates Pi Day

The Lollipop Problem A story using alliteration By Mrs. Lane’s 2nd Grade Class 2018-2019

The Lollipop Problem by Mrs. Lane's Class

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  • Hour of Code

    This week all grades have participated in coding activities joining over 180 countries around the world celebrating Computer Science Week.

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Third grade students visited the Kearsarge Indian Museum in Warner, New Hampshire as part of their Social Studies curriculum. Students took a walking tour of Medicine woods. They learned about different species of trees and plants, how to identify them, and uses for each. Inside the museum students experienced Native American cultures from across the United States. They enjoyed the different exhibits and the hands on artifacts they could touch.

Mrs. Lane's 2nd grade class explored U.S. Landmarks and symbols using virtual reality goggles from the Google Expeditions kit. They went on a virtual field trip to Mt. Rushmore, the Washington Monument (from the bottom and from the top!), the Lincoln Memorial, the Mall, toured the White House inside and out, and other significant landmarks.

School Song

Thank you to Mr McGinnis for his musical talents in creating our first school song. Each day after the pledge, we will play our school song. See the words below and click on the link below to hear the TFS School Song. Go TFS Hawks! We are Better Together!

Words to School Song

Thank you to our parent Kevin Mahoney and Nike for their continued generosity and support of our school with playground balls to add to our inventory. Go TFS Hawks!

Thank you to Ginny Floyd for many years of service in our TFS lunchroom.

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TFS Annual Open House

A big thank you to the PTTF and in particular Mrs Gill and Mrs. Desmaris for providing Popsicles for our students and staff. Our school was surprised by Principals’ Popsicle Day Friday afternoon. Lots of smiles and excitement. Our students and staff earned this special treat for always being Better Together. Thanks to our amazing PTTF.

New Student Breakfast

Principal, Julie DeLuca, Welcoming Preschoolers on Their First Day of School

Preschool First Day

TFS Welcome and Staff Writing Chalk Welcomes For Our Students

TFS Team Activities...Go TFS Hawks! Better Together

Monday we welcomed back the TFS Team to school and as you can see we are busy preparing for our students starting next week. We also had time to enhance and build connections. Blue balloons were given to our new team members and snacks provided to the entire team. We are very excited about the start of the year and are focused on TFS Better Together.

First Day of School for Grades K-4 is September 3, 2019 - First Day of School for Preschool is September 9, 2019

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  • Harvest Time

    Mrs. Lane’s class picked the radishes, spinach, arugula, rainbow Swiss chard, kale, and romaine lettuce they grew

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You Don't Need Sun to Have Fun - TFS Annual Fun Day!!

Thank you to all our TFS coaches for another successful Girls on the Run 5k. Thanks again to Jenn Saucier for being lead runner and Michaela Champlin, our new AP, for visiting our TFS team. Go Girls!

Girls on the Run

Welcome TFS's New Assistant Principal, Michaela Champlin

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