Friday, March 4, 2016

Patriot's Nate Solder visits FWS

Read Across America Day

Wednesday, March 2, was NEA's Read Across America Day!
We had a number of special visitors including Superintendent Conti, Senator Donnelly, Representative Gordon, Chief Kent, and Patriot's Offensive Tackle, Nate Solder. Here are some pics-

Chief Kent reads to the first graders...

Mrs. McDonald takes on Kindergarten...

Selfies are fun during an exciting day... 

Nate Solder had a wonderful message for the kids about the importance of reading.  He read two books to the 5th graders in the auditorium. First, he read Oh the Places You'll Go - a classic for older children.  Then, he read Let's Go Patriots! by Aimee Aryal. The whole audience was attentive and enthusiastic.  We had numerous compliments from the entire Patriots staff. Our students had exemplary behavior and outstanding questions for Nate!  

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Gardening is easy - Come learn how to make it easy and fun at this FREE interactive lecture at the Burlington Library on Saturday March 12 from 10:15AM - 1:30PM. It will increase your understanding of plants and gardening techniques and you can get all your gardening questions answered by our Master gardener Peter Coppola. Also, whether your are a seasoned gardener or a newcomer consider joining the volunteer crew at the Burlington Community Victory Garden behind Francis Wyman Elementary School growing vegetables for the Burlington Food Pantry. Call Jane at 781-864-9367 to volunteer or learn more.

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