Featured image of article: Welcome Back Bobby!

Bobby the Bobcat surprised us with a visit during our virtual all-school meeting. The students were excited to see our old friend. Mr. P. was lucky enough to get a quick photo before he headed off into the wild. We hope to see him again soon!

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Featured image of article: Principal’s Update:


October 15, 2021
Dear PES Community Members,

I want to thank everyone who was able to join us during one of our open house nights. From our perspective, it was great to have families back in the building. It is certainly something that has been missed over the past 18 months or so.

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Featured image of article: All school meeting

To build and maintain community despite having 3 distinct pods at PES, every Friday morning Mr. Pimental hosts a virtual all-school meeting where we recognize students, celebrate birthdays, share stories, play games, sing, and share the joke of the day.  It is one of the highlights of the week.

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Featured image of article: Fire Safety Week

On Friday, October 4th, Peterborough Fire and Rescue visited PES to talk to the school about fire safety. Chief Ed Walker joined us for morning meeting, and members of the department visited with their fire trucks and ambulances. PES students got the opportunity to ask questions and explore the vehicles.

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Featured image of article: Flexible Seating

Many classrooms at PES offer flexible seating for its students. Flexible seating

Featured image of article: Family Contra Dance

We were pleased to have Lucius Parshall, “The Dance Caller,”
leading us in New England Line and Circle Dance for the evening.
We were also pleased to have a group of musicians providing us
with LIVE MUSIC!!!

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Featured image of article: Cornucopia

Perfect spring weather greeted PES gardeners on Tuesday. Cornucopia teachers Kathleen, Lauren and Master Gardener Peggy first led the students in an activity to correctly sequence the story of the life cycle of a seed. The students then cooperated to transplant kale and lettuce seedlings. Spinach, pea shoots, carrots,

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Featured image of article: Cornucopia

PES first graders had a busy time in the gardens on Tuesday, May 15.  The rain held off just long enough for all classes to complete their sessions outside. Each class participated in a scavenger hunt finding cards that represented all the things that plants need to thrive.  

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