M A Y 2017

kids learning

 The Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge has begun!! We need to defend our title! Please remember to log the number of minutes that you have read or have been read to in school and at home. As of May 25th, we are 110th in the world and #1 in Connecticut. It’s still very early, but keep up the good work!!May2017

 HIGHLIGHTS  AND ITEMS THAT DIDN’T MAKE IT

TO THE CALENDAR 

MAY 26TH – LAST SPIRIT DAY-SHOW YOUR RESPECT AND WEAR RED, WHITE AND BLUE

MAY 26TH – FAMILY LUNCHEON – CHECK WITH YOUR CHILD’S TEACHER AS TO THE TIME. (NO MORE TICKETS -LAST DAY WAS MONDAY, MAY 21ST)

MAY 28TH – SCOTLAND MEMORIAL DAY PARADE -BAND MEMBERS MUST BE ON THE GREEN BY 11:45

MAY 29TH – NO SCHOOL – MEMORIAL DAY

JUNE 2ND – GREAT EAST MUSIC FESTIVAL-CHORUS MEMBERS ONLY – ALL DAY

JUNE 5TH – FIELD TRIP FOR 5TH AND 6TH (rescheduled from May 15th)

JUNE 6TH – FIELD DAY – RAIN DATE WED. JUNE 14TH

JUNE 6TH – BOE MEETING – 7:00 PM

JUNE 7TH – SPRING CONCERT-1:30 AND 6:00 pm

JUNE 12TH – KINDERGARTEN CELEBRATION

JUNE 13TH – SIXTH GRADE GRADUATION

JUNE 16TH – TENTATIVE LAST DAY OF SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS

 

 


VISION STATEMENT

Scotland Elementary School is committed to

rigorous academic excellence, personal achievement

and the opportunity for all students to be successful

in a changing global society.


       MISSION STATEMENT

At Scotland Elementary School, our mission is to develop and maintain a school of excellence which:

  • Creates a learning community that celebrates success

  • Reaches out to parents and community to build strong and supportive relationships

  • Maintains a responsible, positive, safe and respectful environment for all.

Scotland Elementary School is committed to a policy of equal opportunity/affirmative action for all qualified persons and does not discriminate in any employment practice, education program, or educational activity on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, religion, sexual orientation, marital status, ancestry, genetic information, veteran status, gender identity or expression or any other basis prohibited by Connecticut state and/or federal nondiscrimination laws. Each student is encouraged to develop and achieve individual educational goals. SES will provide every student with equal educational opportunities. No student will be excluded on such basis from participating in or having access to any course offerings, student athletics, counseling services, employment assistance, extracurricular activities or other school resources. Inquiries regarding Scotland School’s nondiscrimination policies should be directed to the Building Title IX coordinator, Jennifer Ridolfo, Scotland Elementary School, PO Box 97, Scotland, CT 06264, (860) 423-0064, the District Coordinator, Dr. Baran, or the Office for Civil Rights.

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