School News and Pics
School Mascot Coming Soon The school vote for a new mascot continued this week. All the entries were counted last week, and the top ten were placed on the ballot. Students voted for one of the following: Flamingos, Fish, Wizards, Tigers, Falcons, Huskies, Bulldogs, Devils, Patriots, and Phoenix. The votes will be counted by next Monday and then students will have an opportunity to submit a drawing for our new mascot design. We're hoping for the unveiling of our new mascot logo at our school-wide CARES assembly on November 26th!!
Picture Retake Day - is scheduled for November 21st. If your child missed picture day in October, please be prepared for pictures on 11/21. If you would like to have your child's picture retaken, the entire package must be returned on 11/21. If you have questions, please call O'Connor Studios at 978-640-6250
PTO members Shannon Tedesco and Andrea Gray helped Mrs. Conley paint the FW sign near the flagpole on Tuesday. It was in desperate need of a face lift. The blue sign near the entrance will be replaced later this year! Lookin' Good FW!
Library News -
The Francis Wyman Book Fair will be held from
Online shopping will begin and run through .
The link below is for our Book Fair Homepage and will also allow for ON-Line shopping:
SPECIAL DATE: December 4th- PARENT CONFERENCE DAY-
Please stop by the Fair before or after your teacher/parent conference.
Please join us for our upcoming presentation: ____________________________________________________
Monday, November 17th
Presented by Naomi O’Brien M. Ed
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), BPS
This workshop will discuss how to help bridge the gap between school and home behavior and create positive behavior systems for any environment. We will explore and discuss the four areas of the Life Skills Curriculum which is currently implemented throughout the district: Instruction-Following, Functional Language Skills, Tolerance Skills, and Empathy Skills. Strategies around how to teach these skills, reinforce them at home, as well as differentiate both the teaching and skill selection will be discussed.
*Marion Tavern is located next to the Burlington police department.
Doors open at presentation begins at
Second grade students in Mrs. Screnci's class explore their new manipulative tens and ones blocks before getting down to the serious business of adding groups of 10 to a number. Great teamwork was demonstrated by all the students!
4th and 5th graders take time to read, discuss, write and share their ideas with their classmates. Francis Wyman students are motivated readers and demonstrate their enthusiasm for reading in many ways including the Accelerated Reader program which is recognized weekly at Francis Wyman.