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  • Meet Merrimack's Chief Education Officer, Everett "Bill" Olsen!

     

    Everett "Bill" Olsen, Merrimack School District's Chief Education Officer, invites parents of students in the Merrimack School District to a Zoom meeting as a way to meet Bill and provide parents and families with an opportunity to ask questions. To ensure the session is as conducive to conversation as possible, we request that you use the link below to RSVP. If the response is very high, we may offer another time option. 
     

    RSVP to attend Bill Olsen Zoom with Parents Thursday July 29 @ 3:00

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The Fourth Grade Students Created Stop Motion Videos in Art Class with Mrs. Viands and Mrs. McLaughlin

  • Camp Invention will be held at Mastricola Elementary School this summer from July 19-23. Click on the picture below to view the Camp Invention Flyer.

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Kudos to Mrs. DeFrancisco's multi-age 3rd and 4th Grade classroom for doing chores and raising about $80 to dress up our Martha's Garden at TFS. Students learned about budgeting and taking care of our environment. Kudos to her third and fourth graders for contributing to our school community.

Thank you to Mrs. Carelli’s class for thanking our amazing Office Team for everything they do for kids, our team and families.

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Celebrating Social Emotional and Mental Health in the Merrimack School District - Please Look Through These Incredible Opportunities For Families

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Love our first grade book reviewer and her first grade friend that came to support her. Great model for Better Together! So proud!

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  • As many of you know, Mrs. Lessard has directed the local STEM summer camp for Merrimack- Camp Invention.  This year there will not be a camp directly in Merrimack.  She is hoping to bring back Camp Invention locally next summer! 🙂 There are some "At-Home" kit options being run through the Amherst/Milford Camp Team. There is also a camp running in-person in Brookline.

     Here is a website to find more information.

     Camp Invention/National Inventors Hall of Fame

Hi Kindergarten families, We started to learn all about informational writing! We have been exploring the features of nonfiction books and how authors choose to write their nonfiction books. We are starting to practice writing our own informational pieces. We started by going outside and looking for signs of spring at school that we could see, hear or feel. Writing outside was SO much fun! We went back today and wrote about one sign of spring and drew a realistic picture to match!

4/5 - 4/9 Assistant Principals Week -We love our AP Ms. Champlin!

Assistant Principal Week

4th Graders and Mrs. DeFrancisco’s multi-age classroom participated in a virtual assembly called  Mr. Aaron Behind the Music sponsored by the Stockbridge Theater at Pinkerton.

Mr. Arron

A new tradition at TFS is our TFS All-school Feel Good announcements over zoom. We have guest readers, yearbook cover and Community Council announcements and students and staff sharing their feel good moments. We end this whole school announcements with singing and dancing to "Feelin Good" by Surface. Better Together! Have a great weekend!

Mrs. Howe's Mathematicians

Guest Reader from Mrs. Johnsen’s class, PE and Art fun. Have a great day! TFS Hawks Team!

Spring is here and the weather has finally realized it. Check out this week's Hawks Happenings for updates from Nurse Jackie on allergies and safety protocols. She created a brand new google site for families. Check it out. Awesome pictures of an amazing week at TFS. So good to have all of our students either full in, in-person or full in remote. Great weather forecasted for the week so plan on your children going outside for recess and outdoor learning. Enjoy the Sun! Julie and Michaela

Feel Good Friday at TFS. Our day started with the first whole-school announcements since last March. Our remote and in person staff and students shared their feel-good moments from the week. Here are some pictures to capture the moments of our

Thank you to Sign Dreamers for donating this welcome back sign for our big day on 3.15. They have a granddaughter at TFS and are part of our Better Together Team. Thank you

Better Together Welcome Back Signs

TFS remote and in-person students stop, drop and read as part of our Read Across America festivities.

Mrs. Calnan, Language Arts Coordinator and Mrs. DeLuca, Principal, were very excited to have the opportunity to read to the entire Kindergarten class, remote and in-person, as part of Read Across America activities this week at TFS. Families, please continue to read with your children each and every day. Practice makes better!

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First Grade Valentine's Day Sledding Party

Fun to be had for Cohort A students- Valentine celebrations, 100th day of school for Kindergarten and outside festivities. #fundayatTFS

In addition to awesome Valentine celebrations with cohort A, students also had the chance to enjoy some sledding at TFS. Go Hawks❤️

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