2nd Grade Cornucopia on a rainy day.
Our Third Graders hiked Pack Monadnock to watch the hawk migration. Pictured is Mrs. Hasting’s Third Grade class on their trip.
If you have been inside the main entrance of PES you may have noticed a large soup can outside the office. In support of End 68 Hours of Hunger, we are collecting non-perishable items that can be placed in the can. Thank you for your support.
On Wednesday, August 29 we had a great turnout for the Meet and Greet. The hot weather did not stop students and families from meeting with teachers and our new principal, Mr. Pimental. The afternoon ended with a cool treat and lots of smiles!
The first day of school can be new and exciting, and sometimes it can be a little scary too. In an effort to make our youngest learners feel safe, welcome, and familiar with the building and routines, teachers and staff gave them tours of the building. Stops included the main office,
As the oldest students in the building, our 4th graders are looked up to by younger students, and are leaders within our building. On Tuesday, September 4th, they got outside for some team-building activities led by Ms. Lavoie, Ms. Iwanowicz, and Mr. Rothhaus. The three classes played some team building games, got the chance to intermingle,