SPRING HAPPENINGS AT BES
MONDAY-FRIDAY, APRIL 24-28 - SPRING BREAK!
TUESDAY, MAY 2 - GRADES 4/5 - HUBBARD BROOK
THURSDAY, MAY 4 - 3RD GRADE - THE ROCKS - 9-12:30
THURSDAY, MAY 4 - BES NEST MEETING - 5 PM - BPL
FRIDAY, MAY 5 - ROADSIDE CLEANUP - 9:30 AM
THURSDAY, MAY 11 - 3RD GRADE - THE HIGHLAND CENTER
FRIDAY, MAY 12 - KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION 2017-18
SATURDAY, MAY 13 - YMCA TRACK MEET - LANCASTER, NH
MONDAY, MAY 15 - PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DAY
NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS
TUESDAY, MAY 16 - 3RD GRADE - THE HIGHLAND CENTER
MONDAY, MAY 15 - SCHOOL BOARD MEETING - 5:30 PM
FRIDAY, MAY 19 -PRESCHOOL REGISTRATION 2017-18
FRIDAY, MAY 19 - 6TH GRADE RETREAT TO COPPER CANNON
MONDAY, MAY 22 - SOAR ASSEMBLY - 1:30 PM
WEDNESDAY, MAY 24 - MOLAR EXPRESS
WEDNESDAY, MAY 24 - 3RD GRADE - THE ROCKS - 9-12:30
WEDNESDAY, MAY 24 - 1st GRADE - CURRIER MUSEUM OF ART
THURSDAY-FRIDAY, MAY 25-26 - THIRD GRADE OVERNIGHT
BOSTON MUSEUM OF SCIENCE
MONDAY, MAY 29 - MEMORIAL DAY OBSERVED - NO SCHOOL
THURSDAY, JUNE 1 - SPRING CONCERT
TRACK PRACTICE SCHEDULE
MONDAY, APRIL 17 - 9-10 AND 11-12 YEAR OLDS
TUESDAY, APRIL 18 - 9-10 AND 11-12 YEAR OLDS
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19 - 7-8 YEAR OLDS
THURSDAY, APRIL 20 - 7-8 YEAR OLDS
MONDAY, MAY 1 - 9-10 AND 11-12 YEAR OLDS
WEDNESDAY, MAY 3 - 7-8 YEAR OLDS
THURSDAY, MAY 4 - ALL RUNNERS AND JUMPERS
MONDAY, MAY 8 - ALL RUNNERS AND JUMPERS
TUESDAY, MAY 9 - 7-8 YEAR OLDS
WEDNESDAY, MAY 10 - ALL RUNNERS AND JUMPERS
THURSDAY, MAY 11 - TEAM MEETING, UNIFORMS,
Congratulations to the BES 4th, 5th, and 6th Grade REACH participants for winning "Ocscars" and a plaque at the 7th Annual North Country Student Film Festival. They also won a total of $450 dollars to be used for supplies at school. There were nine schools participating in this year's competition. In total, 43 teams, representing 151 students, submitted films. The 4th and 5th Graders tied in the category, An Eye for the Environment North of the 44th. Their films were "Go With the Flow to a Healthy Watershed Show" and "Drifting Away." The 6th Grade film, "The BES Greenhouse," won in the category,
Innovation North of the 44th.
CLICK HERE TO CHECK OUT THE AWARD-WINNING VIDEOS!
CLiF YEAR OF THE BOOK
BES was a recipient of a $25,000 CLiF Year of the Book grant for this year! We have enjoyed authors, writers, and book give-aways. The students have shared their excitement for literacy each and every day! Thank you to CLiF and all of its sponsors!
North Country Spring Youth Soccer Program
(Not a school-sponsored activity)
Who: For any athletes that are currently in grades 3-6.
When: Practices will be from 3:30-5:00 PM on Tuesdays and Thursdays at The Dow Field in Franconia starting the week after spring break (or, if the field is still not dry, whenever the field is dry)
What: Depending on numbers, we will split the teams into a 3/4 team and a 5/6 team. Practices will include fitness, skill building, and small sided games. We will attempt to get a couple of games with other towns towards the end of the season.
Cost: FREE! Coaches will be volunteer! Just because it is free, however, we would still expect a high level of commitment. Players who are not showing commitment, are not engaged, or who are detracting from the experience of other players, will be asked to discontinue their participation.
If you are interested, please send fill out this simple google form so we get a sense of numbers and have contact info.
Questions should be directed to: email@example.com
See you on the pitch,
Matthew Toms, Josh Lawton, Brent Detamore, Meghan McPhall, Mike McKeever
Gulf of Maine Drifters
Mr. Smith's Fourth Grade students need to release their ocean drifter into the Gulf of Maine and hope to participate in marine science activities on the ocean. Their class is rambunctious and enthusiastic. They particularly enjoy being active outdoors. This group is not afraid of hard work and loves to share what they do. There is a genuine interest to discuss and extend connections between academics, activities and the world as they know it. They have been active throughout the year in watershed studies including hosting a local Connecticut River clean up team, a public watershed informational night, and raising Brooke Trout in the classroom to release in our local river, the Ammonoosuc.
The fourth grade has been working on a watershed studies all year including a river cleanup, water shed day, and raising trout in the classroom. The culminating activity will be designing and building a drifter. The drifter is a GPS device designed to drift in the ocean currents and allow GOMI (The Gulf f Maine Institute) to track its path. This is the third year of the drifter project in response to significant temperature changes in the Gulf of Maine and its impact on sea turtles and other marine life. The Ninth Wave is a catamaran that will sail into the Gulf of Maine to release the drifter. The trip also allows the students to participate in marine science learning stations set up in the boat with teachers and crew members providing instruction.
Now through Thursday, March 30, when family and friends enter the promo code LIFTOFF at checkout, Donors Choose will match their donations dollar for dollar.
HOORAY! THIS PROJECT IS FULLY FUNDED!
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
3RD Grade Boston Museum of Science Overnight Trip
Ever wonder what happens to the Boston Museum of Science at night? The Overnight Program allows students in grades 1 – 7 and their adult chaperones to discover science in an entertaining, educational, and interactive way through hands-on science activities, a Theater of Electricity Lightning! Show, science demonstrations, an Omni film, time to explore the Museum, and much more. Plus, where else do you have a chance to sleep under a dinosaur or a giant grasshopper?
BES THIRD GRADERS ARE GOING TO FIND OUT
ON MAY 25!
HOORAY! THIS PROJECT