News From Across ARPS

Student Newsletters ~ September, October, and November + The Student Newsletter Website!

Enjoy lots of articles from our student staff and interesting things about holidays, sports, pop culture, and photos!

  November: https://pubsecure.lucidpress.com/frsnnov18/  (Passwords are the same as usual!)

  October: https://pubsecure.lucidpress.com/frsnoct18/  

  September: https://pubsecure.lucidpress.com/frsnsep18/ (Will be archived soon, check the Website below to see it!)

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Please join us for the Wildwood Winter Chorus Concert on Wednesday, December 12th at 9:50 AM in the WW Gym and at 7 PM in the Middle School Auditorium.

Last week, Fort River K-2 families were welcomed to our Literacy Night. Families made literacy activities together, played games, attended Fit Lit in the gym, and activated family library cards. In addition, families had the opportunity to set up e-book accounts. The night culminated with each student choosing a book to take home and an exciting raffle of signed books donated by the Eric Carle Museum.

Check out the November Wave Report:

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The Amherst- Pelham Regional School District is currently conducting a long range strategic planning process and is seeking input from the broader community. We welcome your input, which can be shared at this link https://goo.gl/2nHFj6. The survey will be open until Wednesday, January 2, 2019.

El Distrito Escolar Regional Amherst-Pelham actualmente está llevando a cabo un proceso de planificación estratégica a largo plazo y está buscando la opinión de la comunidad en general. Agradecemos sus comentarios, que se pueden compartir en este enlace https://goo.gl/2nHFj6.  

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ARMS students made science/art and math/art connections as they learned about universal human proportions.  During this unit, they learned how to mix tempura paints to create a wide range of skin tones.  Students talked about race, ethnicity, and skin tone, and they reflected on their own identities. Their portraits are displayed in the hallways throughout the middle school.

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