Friday, June 9, 2017

Weekly Bulletin June 9, 2017

Upcoming Events
June 12 - Grade 5 Beach Day 
June 15 - Strings Concert
June 19 - Volunteer Brunch, 9am FWS Library
June 22 - Grade 5 Celebration, Families Welcome
9:00am in the auditorium
June 23 - Last Day of School, 11:15am Dismissal

Lego Robotics has come to an end.   Click here to check out the students' hard work!  Congratulations to all the students that participated and worked extremely hard to program a robot that completed a specific task - well done!  Thank you to Mrs. Lynch & Mrs. D'Amico, along with their former student Henry who helped out, for supporting these learners.

Grade 5  Going to Camp Bournedale in the fall...
Next year's Francis Wyman fifth grade will be going to the annual Camp Bournedale overnight field trip on NOVEMBER 6-7.  All information and meetings for the trip will be given in September.  Please be on the lookout in the fall for Bournedale information, permission slips, chaperone sign-ups, etc. 

If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Lynch ( or visit the Bournedale blog to browse (

Field Day Festivities 

Thank you Mr. Rebelo and Mrs. Nicholas for organizing a VERY successful Field Day once again!  Hours of preparation are needed to ensure a fun and smoothly run all day event, and we are grateful for their efforts.  We are also fortunate the weather was perfect today!    
Check out our activities...

A great big "SHOUT OUT" to all our 5th grade PE helpers that came out in the morning to assist the younger grades at each station, as well as all the parents who volunteered to help make our FW Field Day a great success.  I am also in awe of all the teacher volunteers who willingly take a turn in the Dunk Tank - thanks to all who participated today, it's always a favorite stop for the students!  Finally, thank you to the PTO for supplying popsicles, cutting a ridiculous amount of watermelon, and providing FW Falcon water bottles for each student to have during the day.  Such a shining example of a school wide, community effort!
With much appreciation . . . Mrs. McDonald

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