Panthers on the Prowl
Potter Road's Student Newspaper
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Cold Weather Reminder
BRRRRRR.... it's beginning to feel like another winter in New England.Time for students to come to school dressed for the cold weather. We will be going out to recess each day as long as weather permits. It's important for children to get fresh air and exercise each day. Children will only be allowed to play in the snow if they are wearing: hats, mittens/gloves, snowpants, snow boots and a coat. If children are not dressed properly, they will need to stay on the hard top areas.
Thanks for your cooperation!
BRRRRRRR… A temperatura em nosso estado já parece com a do inverno. Já está na hora de nossos estudantes virem para a escola vestidos de acordo com a temperatura. Estaremos fazendo nosso recreio do lado de fora à cada dia sempre que a temperatura permitir. É muito importante para as crianças se beneficiarem do ar fresco e exercícios todos os dias. Só será permitido a brincadeira na neve para as crianças vestidas com: gorros, luvas, calças de neve, botas de neve e casaco. Se sua crianças não estiver vestida apropriadamente, ela não poderá brincar na neve.
Obrigada por sua cooperação.
Information about the Family Connection Portal
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Link to the FPS Family Connection Portal
Resources for Parents About Measles and the Vaccine to Prevent It
The best way to protect against measles is to get a measles containing vaccination (MMR or MMRV).
SCHOOL HOURS 9:15-3:15 daily.
New School Safety Measures
Building will be locked all day as of 1/13/14
(click here for details)
Potter Road fundraising programs can now be found on our fundraising page.
The Potter Road School Community believes that all children are capable of becoming lifelong learners when they:
- experience a challenging academic curriculum enriched by the arts
- master traditional oral and written communication skills
- use 21st Century technology as a tool for processing and communicating information
- establish relevant connections between classroom experiences and real life situations
- interact within an environment that values integrity and the contributions of the students, the parents, and the teachers of our diverse population