12/6/13 - Epping School District
Epping Elementary Cool News
December 6, 2013
Tue 12/10—Holiday Concert, Grades 1, 2, & 3 @ EMS Gym at 7:00
Wed 12/11—Holiday Concert, Grade 4 & 5 @ EMS Gym at 7:00
December 23rd—27th—NO SCHOOL, Holiday Break
December 30th, 31st, January 1st—NO SCHOOL, Holiday Break
January 6th — PTO Meeting, 7:00pm
January 17th — NO SCHOOL, Professional Development Day
January 20th — NO SCHOOL, Civil Rights Day
Just a Reminder
Dec 10th , Holiday Concert, Grades, 1,2
Epping Elementary School
&3 @ EMS Gym at 7:00
Mark Vallone Principal
Erin Milbury Dean of Students
Dec. 11th , Holiday Concert, Grades 4 &
5 @ EMS Gym at 7:00
Concerts Next Week….. Bake Sale… Grades 1, 2 and 3 sing next Tuesday, December 10 th
while grades 4 and 5 perform on Wednesday night, December 11 th. There will be a bake sale
to benefit the music and art programs at EES Donations should be dropped off in the main
lobby outside the middle school gym where the performances take place. Please make sure
students arrive by 6:45 so the programs can start at 7:00 p.m. Please note that the band and
the new EES chorus will perform in their own concert in January.
The 72nd Anniversary of Pearl Harbor Tomorrow, December 7th marks the 72nd anniversary of the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor which brought the United States into World War
II. The veterans of that attack are few in numbers these days as time has taken its toll and with
it much of the direct memory of that important event. Epping Elementary School took some
time to remember that event and I ask families that are interested to check out the following
web site to help children understand how December 7, 1941 helped transform our country’s
history. Here’s the link.
Students can shop at school the week of December 16-20 The PTO will run a small shopping mall to give students a chance to purchase inexpensive gifts for their families. Prices will
range from 50 cents to 8 dollars. This is NOT a fundraiser for the PTO as prices are set to just
break even. The purpose is to give students an opportunity to make choices and to budget.
Please look over the materials being sent home that explain the program. in more detail.
Teachers have scheduled visits to the lobby during the week. That schedule will be posted in
SHOP FOR PARENTS, SISTERS, BROTHERS,
GRANDPARENTS, TEACHERS, PETS, AND FRIENDS
Kid-Friendly Pricing: $.25-$8.00
Items are 100% guaranteed!
Students will receive envelopes to help organize their shopping
list and money.
PTO Holiday Shop Contact: Ann-Marie LaVigne email at [email protected] or call
Envelopes to help students plan out their shopping will be sent home the week of December 9 th
8:30 Mrs. Crane / Mrs. Butt
9:15 Mrs. Kennedy / Mrs. Rossel
10:45 Mrs. Thompson / Mrs. Baker
8:30 Mrs. Daniels / Mrs. Colby
9:15 Mrs. Darois
10:00 Mrs. Tulcninsky / Mrs. Bilodeau
10:45 Mrs. Stalzer / Mrs. Yates
8:30 Mrs. Masury (AM) / Mrs. Gillis
8:30 Mrs. Demers / Mrs. Mitchell
10:00 Mrs. Mahalaris / Mrs. Sweitzer
10:45 Mrs. Hutchings / Mrs. Eckhardt
10:45 Mrs. True / Ms. Donovan 12:20 Mrs. Masury (PM)
10:00 Mrs. Boelter / Mrs. Pattee
If you would like to volunteer and help your child’s classroom with their shopping, please contact
FALL Fundraiser WINNER
"Oops our mistake"
also sold 20 items and has been invited the ice
Due to popular demand!!
Are now being sold for $1 on Wednesdays at snack cart!!
NEXT PTO MEETING
The next PTO meeting will be held on Monday, January 6th at 7pm in the art room. Free babysitting is offered in the library for those who attend. Bring a friend, bring a neighbor, we would love
for you to come and get involved!!
Dining To Donate
Enjoy A Meal That’s Filling and Fulfilling.
Epping High School Goes to Honduras
Needs Your Support
Applebee’s will donate 15% of your check when you dine at
7 Fresh River Road
Epping, NH 03042
Present this to your server
December 11, 2013-4pm to 9pm
Donation percentage excludes tax and tip. Valid ONLY at above mentioned location during specified
hours. Must present flyer in order for organization to receive credit for purchase.
Flyers are not to be distributed in the restaurant or within the perimeter of the parking lot. Doing so will
result in a voided event.
EPPING HIGH SCHOOL
2014 PROJECT GRADUATION
CHRISTMAS TREE SALE
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
DECEMBER 7TH AND 8TH
EPPING AMERICAN LEGION
SUPPORT EPPING SENIOR CLASS
MAKE IT A FAMILY TRADITION
AND BEFORE YOU KNOW IT, YOU’RE LITTLE ONES WILL BE
SELLING TREES FOR THEIR
TREE PRICES ARE $35 OR $40
CHARLES DICKENS' "A CHRISTMAS CAROL"
AT LEDDY CENTER!
DECEMBER 6 TO DECEMBER 15!!
Director Elaine Gatchell is proud to present Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol”, at Leddy Center’s beautiful theatre at Verdant Pastures of Ladd’s Lane in Epping, NH,
Decenter 6-15. Performances are Friday and Saturday
evenings at 7:30pm and Sunday afternoons and one
Wednesday afternoon, December 11, at 2:00pm.
Tickets are $18 and $16. Call 603-679-2781 or go on line
at www.leddycenter.org to reserve your tickets.
Epping Elementary School
First Quarter 2013-2014
Sean Thornton Jr.
Epping Elementary School
Student of the Week
Week of November 18-22, 2013
Mrs. Bilodeau-Reed Yates
Mrs. Boelter-Abigail Deary
Mrs. Darois-Hayden Miskinis
Mrs. Bliss-Mitchell-Robert Bizzaro
Mrs. Mahalaris-Jazmine Raymond
Mrs. Demers-Carlos Guenard
Mrs. Sweitzer-Jacob Purington
Mrs. Pattee-Alan McNeil
Mrs. Tulchinsky-Anna Gatchell
Mrs. Butt-Aidan Colban
Mrs. Eckhardt-Ethan Chevalier
Ms. Crane-Mackenzie Milbury
Mrs. Hutchings-Matthew LeBlanc
Ms. Kennedy-Owen Horton
Ms. Stalzer-Gregory Moulton
Mrs. Rossel-Pacy Morgado
Mrs. Yates-Katelyn Whitman
Mrs. Baker-Erika MacLeod
Mrs. Donovan-Trevor Hovey
Mrs. Thompson-Mackenzie McAniff
Mrs. True-Kalee Hill