Thursday, June 21, 2018


Field Day 2018 was a huge success!! Thank you Mr. Rebelo and Ms. Nicholas for all the extra hours of preparation and dedication to this happy day.  We couldn't do it without all the support of our volunteer parents, too! Thank you for stepping up to help our school and students.  The weather was perfect for this special day. Check out these pics...

Friday, June 15, 2018

Weekly Bulletin June 15, 2018

Dates to Remember
June 21 - Field Day
June 25 - Grade 5 Celebration, 9:00am ALL WELCOME
June 26 - Last Day of School, 11:15am Dismissal

Thank You Grade 1 Dinosaurs
Today, our first graders performed in the Annual Dinosaur Show.  Check out these pics of Supersaurus, Tryceratops Rocks, Walk the Dinosaur, and more... 

Friendship Club spends their last day together at Altitude!  Students enjoyed spending time together jumping, playing, and helping each other through the foam pit. 

Monday, June 11, 2018

Weekly Bulletin June 8. 2018

Dates to Remember
June 13 - Grade 5 Beach Day
June 13 - Final Used Book Store! All Books 25 cents
June 15 - Grade 1 Dinosaur Show, 9:00am
June 21 - Field Day
June 25 - Grade 5 Celebration, 9:00am ALL WELCOME

June 26 - Last Day of School, 11:15am Dismissal
Climbing High- Our students had the opportunity to practice
their rock climbing skills in PE this week!
Third-grade students participated in their annual
WEE DELIVER program carrying hundreds of
written letters to eager recipients throughout
the week.

Middle School After School Program

Brand new club style after school program starting September 2018 at the Marshall Simonds Middle School.  Program designed for students in grades 6, 7 and 8th grades. Bridging the gap between school and home while supporting students both socially and educationally.  Our tween friendly club format allows students to make choices, giving them more control of their afternoon. Daily Homework time with staff support as well as enriching activities, like cooking, crafts, sports and more!
The Middle School Program supports working families by running from school dismissal until 6:00pm Monday through Friday during the regular school year and from 7:30am to 6:00pm school vacation weeks.  Choose the day or days, that work best for you, with flexible enrollment options.

For more information or to sign up for the program contact Donna Sullivan at or call the After School Program Office at 781-270-1708.

Click on the link to access the registration form.

Saturday, June 2, 2018

Weekly Bulletin - June 1, 2018

End of Year Dates
June 13 - Grade 5 Beach Day
June 15 - Grade 1 Dinosaur Show, 9:00am
June 21 - Field Day
June 25 - Grade 5 Celebration, 9:00am ALL WELCOME
June 26 - Last Day of School, 11:15am Dismissal

Looking for Garden Volunteers

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The students at FW spend time planting, watering, and maintaining a vegetable garden on the back of our property.  We are looking for families to be garden caregivers over the summer.  This job includes watering, weeding, and harvesting! We will assign one family to each week during the summer beginning on June 24th.    If you are interested, please email Mrs. Conley in the office at THANK YOU!

Mrs. Logan's second-grade groups created their own gardens! Students painted pots, grew flowers, and learned about honesty and creating their own happiness.

Heroes in action from Grade 1!  
First graders in Mrs. Ski's/Mrs. Lamprey's homeroom class chose a hero from within our school and presented each person with a picture of themselves and a full description of why they are a hero.  Many adjectives such as "judicious," "unselfish," and "cooperative" were used to describe our own homegrown heroes. 
Thanks for a lovely tribute!

We were proud to have the members of the Class of 2018 join us today for a parade of graduates.  These students all attended Francis Wyman when they were younger.  Lots of laughter and some tears, too, as they walked the hallways, saw former teachers, and heard cheers from our current students! Way to go Class of 2018 ~ FW wishes you great things as you graduate from BHS!

Mrs. Casey's Grade 5 Class working on a Million Dollar Project...
They are planning their future by building math skills and learning how to write checks and balance a checkbook.  Three requirements were to purchase a house for no more than $300,000, purchase a vehicle, and plan a dream vacation!  
Who wouldn't love that assignment??