Pathways Newsletter for Week of 10/14/2019

Good Morning, Reading Public School Community,

I hope that you are having a great week.  Happy Friday!  Attached is this upcoming week’s Pathways Newsletter.  This week’s highlights are as follows:

  • Reading hosts EPA Press Conference at RMHS
  • Superintendent Office Hours Continue This Week
  • Town Meeting 101 Session to be held on November 4th
  • Reading Fall Institute Course Begins on October 15
  • Pulse of Reading Conversation Next Week
  • Friends of METCO Family Dinner on November 2nd
  • A Marshall Memo Article on Working Towards a Safe Classroom Space
  • A Marshall Memo Article on Bite Size Lessons in Social Emotional Learning
  • Photos and Stories on the RMHS High Fives for the last two weeks and the Girls Volleyball Team qualifying for the State Tournament
  • Stepping Stones
  • Blazing Trails

Have a fabulous Columbus Day weekend!

Take care.

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Pathways Newsletter for Week of October 7th

Good Morning, Everyone,

I hope that you are having a great week.  Attached is this week’s Pathways Newsletter.  This week’s edition contains the following information and articles:

  • RMHS Honors National Merit Scholar Students
  • Superintendent Office Hours begin this week
  • Reading Institute Fall Course Begins on October 15th
  • Providing Accommodations for Students on Religious Holidays
  • The Art and Science of Effective Teaching
  • Bite Size Lessons in Social and Emotional Learning
  • Photos from Barrows Guest Speaker and Parker Nature’s Classroom Trip
  • Stepping Stones
  • Blazing Trails

I will begin Superintendent Office Hours this week.  The dates, times, and locations for the next two weeks are as follows:

10/10   2:30-3:00 p.m.  Joshua Eaton

10/11   7:30-8:00 a.m.  Coolidge

10/16   8:00-8:30 a.m.  Wood End

10/17   2:45-3:15 p.m.  RMHS

 

Have a great weekend!

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Pathways Newsletter for Week Ending 9/27/2019

Good Morning, Everyone,

We hope that you have had a great school week.  Attached, please find this week’s edition of the Pathways Newsletter.  In this week’s edition, we have the following information and articles:

  • Chris Herren Cuts Deep With Students in RCASA Showing of The First Day
  • State Release of Spring 2019 MCAS Data
  • Providing accommodations for students during the upcoming religious holidays
  • An article from the Marshall Memo/Education week titled, A White Teacher Deals With An Accusation of Racism from His Students
  • Stories and photos from the Reading Public School Mentor Training and Elementary Inservice Day
  • Stepping Stones
  • Blazing Trails

Have a great weekend!  The weather is going to be beautiful!

Pathways Newsletter V7N2

Weekly Pathway Newsletter for Week of 9/23/2019

Good Morning, Reading Public School Community,

I hope all is well.  In my continuing quest to improve my work/personal life balance, I will attempt to send out the Pathways Newsletter on Friday instead of over the weekend.  If you have any pictures or stories that you would like me to include in the weekly newsletter, please do not hesitate to send it to me.

In this week’s newsletter, there are the following articles and areas of interest:

  • A Thank You Letter to You for Your Support
  • Providing Accommodations for Students During the Upcoming Religious Holidays
  • Reading Cultural Council Grants
  • RCASA Presents “The First Day”
  • Angst:  Raising Awareness Around Anxiety
  • An article from Erin Walsh:  6 Common Worries About Technology and Teens:  What is the Reality?
  • Photos from Welcome to Parker, Killam Students Honoring Nelson Burbank, RMHS Crossroads Open House, and the Joshua Eaton Family Picnic
  • Stepping Stones and Blazing Trails

Have a great weekend!  The weather is going to be beautiful!

Pathways Newsletter V7N1

Final Pathways Newsletter of School Year

Good Morning, Reading Public Schools Community,

Below is the final Pathways Newsletter of the school year.  The articles and events are as follows:

  • Ending the School Year with photos from different celebrations
  • RMHS Rising Senior published in local newspaper for Reading 375
  • SEI PDP Recertification opportunity
  • An article from Dr. David Walsh titled, Sleepless and Stressed? Why your child needs to unplug at night
  • Dementia and Your Community Presented by Alzheimer’s Association on June 26th
  • Parker Science Project
  • Stepping Stones
  • Blazing Trails

We hope that you have a restful and relaxing summer!  See you on August 28th!

Pathways Newsletter V6N35

 

Reading 375 Finale This Saturday!

This Saturday is the Grand Finale of Reading 375!  Fun, family-friendly activities are running morning through night.

* Start the Day at the Friends of Reading Recreation Kids Fun Run.  Participation is FREE.  Registration is at 9 AM; races start at 10 AM.  Here’s the link to register in advance:

http://www.forr01867.org/funRunSignUp.html (ignore the incorrect date from last year and register your child for the grade THEY WILL BE IN SEPTEMBER 2019).

* Then it’s the Lion’s Club Friends and Family Day at Birch Meadow from 10:30 AM – 3 PM.  See this link for details: http://www.reading375.com/lions-club-friends-family-day/.

* The Reading 375 Dog Parade is at 2:30 at Wood End.  Here’s the link with info: http://www.reading375.com/dog-parade/

* End the day with dinner out of a gourmet food truck, hot air balloon rides, live music, and fireworks!  See here for all the details: http://www.reading375.com/grand-finale-event/

Taste of Metro North This Evening

Reading Rotary’s 8th annual Taste of Metro North is at the RMHS Field House TONIGHT, Wednesday, June 12 beginning at 6 PM.  Skip cooking dinner and share the Stanley Cup pre-game excitement with friends and neighbors while you enjoy delicious food from some of your favorite local restaurants.  Tickets will be available at the door, but are less expensive if you buy them ahead of time at tasteofmetronorth.com.

Come Celebrate Reading 375 at the Taste of Metro North

You’re invited to celebrate Reading 375 AND the Bruins heading into Game 7 tomorrow night with a pre-game feast at the Reading Rotary’s 8thannual Taste of Metro North at the RMHS Field House.  Skip cooking dinner and share the pre-game excitement with friends and neighbors while you enjoy delicious food from some of your favorite local restaurants.  Event starts at 6 PM, so you’ll have plenty of time to eat, mingle, and be home in time for the game.  Tickets will be available at the door, but are less expensive if you buy them ahead of time at tasteofmetronorth.com.

Reading Public School Newsletter for Week of June 9, 2019

Good Morning, Reading Public School Community,

I hope that you are enjoying this beautiful weekend.  We are now reaching the home stretch with just 6 days of school left!  Attached is this week’s Pathways Newsletter.  Here are this week’s articles and information:

  • RMHS Graduation-An Amazing Day
  • A Showcase of Student Local History Research
  • Reading Food Pantry Sponsoring Summer Lunch Program
  • RMHS Student Presents at MIT
  • Spring Update from the Office of Learning and Teaching
  • RMHS High Five Retirees
  • Killam Holds Recycling Carnival
  • Parker Holds Science Expo
  • Stepping Stones
  • Blazing Trails

Have a great weekend and week ahead!

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