Here is a sampling of the many great things going on in the Dawe School art studio! Kindergarten self portraits, observational stuffed animal drawings (using pastels) in first grade, and lots of painting/sculptures/hot glue creations sprinkled throughout!
Take a look at the District calendar for 2023-2024 (next school year) here: https://5il.co/1pyqz
Take a look at some photos from the Stoughton High girls hockey team's game against Central Catholic. More photos are posted here: https://www.facebook.com/StoughtonHighAthletics/posts/152697490917538
Take a look at some photos from the SHS swim team's meet against Canton! More photos are posted here: https://www.facebook.com/StoughtonHighAthletics/posts/152439727609981
Here are a few pictures from the O'Donnell Middle School 7th & 8th Grade Chorus Concert! Take a look at our full photo gallery here: https://www.facebook.com/stoughtonpublicschools/posts/623589039768860
Here are a few pictures from the O'Donnell Middle School 7th & 8th Grade Band Concert! Take a look at our full photo gallery here: https://www.facebook.com/stoughtonpublicschools/posts/616843507110080
Here are the breakfast & lunch menus for February: https://www.stoughtonschools.org/page/menus
The first Wednesday in February is World Read Aloud Day, so the fourth graders in Mrs. Palmer's class at the Hansen School celebrated with a virtual visit from author Rajani LaRocca, who read from her award winning book Red, White, and Whole!
The South School celebrated National Puzzle Day with several types of puzzles set up around the cafeteria, giving students a chance to do some brain exercises, while having fun with classmates. There were traditional jigsaw puzzles, Jenga blocks, 3D puzzles, a station to make your own puzzle, and more! “Scientists have discovered that when we work on a jigsaw puzzle, we utilize both sides of the brain, improving memory, cognitive function and problem solving skills in the process,” the National Puzzle Day website states. Take a look at some pictures from Puzzle Day at the South School!
Wilkins School kindergarteners recently learned about the Chinese New Year. They are pictured here with the dragon puppets they made!
Some examples of students hard at work in the Gibbons School art studio!
Third grade students at the Wilkins School met with their kindergarten buddies to share the books they had both recently written. These partnerships are one of the social emotional learning initiatives at the Wilkins.
Here some pictures from a recent "Flashlight Friday" in Mrs. Russell’s 1st grade class at the South School! The students worked in partners to go on a digraph hunt using their flashlights. It was a fun review activity on a dark and dreary day!
As a way to inspire students to study their multiplication facts with a fun challenge, the Hansen School had an optional math competition for 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders. Great job by all of the students who took part in this friendly competition! And, congratulations to the winners of the multiplication facts challenge, pictured here!
Gibbons School kindergarteners in Mrs. Criscuolo's class are learning about the superpowers they have to help them read!
“The Whalemobile” visited the Dawe School! The Whalemobile is a life-sized inflatable whale named Nile, modeled after a real humpback whale that can be seen off the coast of Massachusetts. The inflatable whale was set up in the Dawe School gymnasium, with classes visiting it throughout the 2-day visit. Students could even go inside the inflatable structure to get a look at what a whale’s interior would look like! Students enjoyed getting up close to Nile, going inside, and learning about whales during their time with the Whalemobile.
The Wilkins School Student Council, under the direction of advisor Mrs. Pearl, has organized a coat drive to help keep people in the local area warm this winter season. The Student Council members are pictured here in front of the donation bin at the Wilkins. Student Council members went to each class to announce the coat drive and encourage their fellow students (and school community) to donate. They have collected almost 100 new or gently worn coats. The coats will be given to Anton's Cleaners to be cleaned and distributed to those in need. Keep up the good work!
Nice display seen recently at the South School...Kindergarten students made gratitude mugs, writing three things they are thankful for on paper marshmallows floating on top of the paper mug.
Hansen School students had a whale of a time recently as “The Whalemobile” came for a visit. The Whalemobile is a life-sized inflatable whale named Nile, modeled after a real humpback whale that can be seen off the coast of Massachusetts. The inflatable whale was set up in the Hansen School gymnasium, with classes visiting it throughout the day. Students could even go inside the inflatable structure to get a look at what a whale’s interior would look like! Students enjoyed getting up close to Nile, going inside, and learning about whales during their time with the Whalemobile.
The Gibbons School recently organized a food drive to give back to members of our community. A group of Gibbons students are pictured here with some of the items that were donated to the Stoughton Food Pantry. Keep up the good work!