Just a reminder, that the last day of school is Tuesday, June 20th with an early release at 11:30.
Please make sure that your student knows what they should be doing at the end of the school day, if it’s getting picked up, or walking home, etc. Thank you for your partnership support and volunteer involvement this school year. Your good help has contributed to a very successful year of learning at Fleming school.
Garden volunteers needed!
Please email Amy Downing at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are willing to help out with the Peter Earle Sustainable Garden this summer. We have four raised beds that have been planted by students full of tomatoes, basil, and lots of pumpkins! They may need some weeding, watering, and love…. Can you help? Let me know when you are available!
Lost, Then Found, but not Collected!
Please feel free to stop in the hallway by the Gym and check out the lost and found table for all things left behind this year. There is everything from sweatshirts, water bottles, shoes and even a bike helmet!
With only a couple of days left at school, please stop by to take a look and see if there was anything your child may have forgot to pick up, before it’s too late. After the last day of school, we will look into donating the items left behind.
Fleming Food Drive: “Yes We Can!”
Thank you to all the Fleming Students and Families that helped us to collect non-perishable canned food to donate to our local food shelf. We have over 10 boxes of food that will be donated to our local food shelf.
News From the School Counselor:
The last day of school is approaching! On Tuesday, June 20, all 5th graders will start their day at ADL – please make sure your child is there by 7:45am. They will go to the ADL gym, and will have a brief meeting with the ADL staff. They will then go on a tour of the school, and we will return to Fleming by bus – leaving ADL at 9:15 am. Please email or call Amy Bigelow with any questions – email@example.com or 857-7000; ext. 2015. Transitioning Fifth Grade students should go to ADL and not to Fleming to start their school day on Tuesday morning.
A reminder that, Today, June 16th, is the last day to submit an appeal to your student’s placement for next school year. The class lists are final subject to change only if summer changes in enrollment necessitate a change of placement. We look forward to the new school year which begins on Wednesday, August 30th.
Swimming Into Summer!
The Greater Burlington YMCA will be holding Free swim lessons this summer for children ages 3-18 years of age. For more information feel free to reach out to Jess at 802-652-8143 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Appropriate Dress Reminders
On these final few school days, our students are reminded to follow the appropriate and acceptable dress for school guidelines that are clearly stated in our school /district handbook. Beachwear clothing and flip flop sandals are not acceptable dress. Students will be asked to make a change if their dress is not consistent with these expectations.
CTE Preschool 2017-2018
Do you need 2 hours to yourself? Have errands that are difficult with young children? Want to exercise by yourself? Why not enroll your child in our preschool and give them a fun, educational experience while you get things done?
CTE offers 2 hour morning classes Tuesday-Friday for 4-5 years old and afternoon classes on Tuesday & Thursday for 3 year olds. The cost is very low and we have a beautiful classroom and playground. We offer play and socialization, art and creativity and curriculum in language arts, math, science and cultural diversity. We also take field trips around the Tech Center to see maple sugaring, automotive, dental and more!
The Center for Technology, Essex is accepting applications for the 2017-2018 school year!
Classes for 3 to 5 year old children. Tuesday – Friday
Please visit our web page.
Call 879-8150 or email email@example.com for more information
Bullying and Harassment Protocol
We are committed to providing all of our students and staff with a safe and supportive school environment in which all members of the school community are treated with respect. It is the policy of CCSU to prohibit the unlawful harassment, hazing and bullying of students. Fleming School/CCSU shall address all complaints of harassment, hazing and bullying and shall take appropriate action.
The following employees of Thomas Fleming School have been designated to receive complaints of bullying, hazing, and/or harassment:
Fleming School Mission Statement:
Provide an education, which challenges, nurtures, and supports each learner as a whole person and offers them broad opportunities to engage in learning in a creative, safe, healthy, and equitable learning community.