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Hello Meadow Brook Families!
This is a reminder that the Spring Book Fair will be running from . The Book Fair will also be open from during Family Reading Night on April 27th. We are still looking for volunteers to set-up, break down, help students shop, and during Family Reading Night. Please head to the Meadow Brook School webpage to view your child’s class schedules and a link to sign-up to volunteer. Thanks for your support!
Link to Sign Up to Volunteer:
Link to Book Fair Schedule:
SAVE THE DATE:
The chorus will sing on
at East Longmeadow High School
More information will be sent home approximately one month ahead of performance.
(concert dress will be a white top and black bottoms)
Parenting for Social and Emotional Challenges
Parent Information Night
We are hosting a family information night titled: Parenting for Social and Emotional Challenges facilitated by our very own, Betsy Sheehan and Joe Hudson. This informational event is scheduled for Wednesday, March 29th at 6:30pm in our school cafeteria. They will provide parents with strategies to encourage growth mindset and discuss emotional and behavioral growth.
Lynn Lyons Presentation on ELCAT
Anxious Kids, Anxious Parents
"ELCAT will broadcast a recording of the presentation by Lynn Lyons on "Anxious Kids, Anxious Parents" five times only, eachin April (4/2, 4/9, 4/16, 4/23, 4/30 ) at on ELCAT's Educational channel, 193.
Message from Youth Safety Committee
On behalf of the Youth Safety Committee we'd like to welcome all parents, middle/high school students and members of our community to join us in welcoming Dr. Ruth Potee an expert in addiction and the teenage brain on is a night you don't want to miss!from in the Birchland Park Cafetorium. Dr. Potee is well known in the treatment and recovery community and is considered the "guru" in addiction. She is a Greenfield physician who has developed a specialty in the science of addition. She is the medical director at the Franklin Count House of Correction, a member of the Franklin County and North Quabbin Opioid Task Force, the school physician for the Pioneer Valley Regional School District and a leader in the statewide efforts to reform the way heroin addiction is treated. Not to mention, honored as the 2015 Community Clinician of the year. Dr. Potee will discuss the teen brain development, its impact on risk-taking behavior, including the use of marijuana, drugs and alcohol and what this means for parents of teens and our community. Come learn more about what parents and the community can do to help keep our teens safer, healthier and substance-free. This
Please see the Peter Gray TEDx TALK/ The Decline of Play Link at the bottom of this page.
The District Report Card Link can be found at the bottom of this page under Related Links.
ELEEF Charity Ball
February 11, 2017
You can access information regarding the ELEEF Winter Charity Ball by clicking on the link at the bottom of this page.
August 30, 2016
Dear Meadow Brook Families,
It is with great enthusiasm that I welcome students and families to the 2016-2017 school year at Meadow Brook Elementary School. I hope you enjoyed an amazing summer filled with family fun and relaxation. I am honored to be entering my fifth year serving as Principal of Meadow Brook Elementary School and eager to begin a partnership with you in your child’s education. As the gateway school we understand the importance of establishing positive and healthy relationships with families.
Our Meadow Brook School vision is to become a PreK-2 school that is highly regarded for its academic excellence. Through innovative instructional approaches we will develop curious and creative learners who persevere through challenging tasks. Our students will leave prepared to achieve at high levels in a diverse and ever changing world.
Our curriculum is aligned to the MA Curriculum Frameworks with a focus on learning that leads to College and Career Readiness. Please refer to the following link to view the current Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks.
Our dedicated and caring teachers have spent endless hours this summer creating warm and inviting, literacy rich classrooms for our young learners. During the first few weeks it is important for students to learn and practice the routines and procedures of the classroom and school.
Our District Food Service offers parents the ability to manage their child’s meal account over the Internet by using PayForit.net, an online school lunch management tool. This secure website can be accessed directly at www.payforit.net. If you choose not to use PayForit.net for credit or debit card transactions, the district continues to accept cash and checks at each school cafeteria. Hot lunch for students is $2.50. A la Carte milk can be purchased for $.40. If you send cash or check in with your child please place it in a sealed envelope and write your child’s name and room number. For more information please go to our Meadow Brook Homepage and click on the ELPS School Lunch Program.
PTO meetings take place the first Thursday of every month. Our First PTO meeting is scheduled on Thursday, September 1st at 7:00pm in the cafeteria at Meadow Brook School. Kelly Eddy is the PTO President. You can reach Kelly or any board member at MeadowBrookPTO1@gmail.com
Open House is scheduled for September 21 and 22 from 6:30-7:30pm.
Our Meadow Brook School Handbook can be found on our Meadow Brook School home page. Also found on our website is PTO minutes, school news, important dates, classroom teacher pages, and much more.
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June 16, 2016
Below is our STAR Reading and Math Spring data over the last four years. We celebrate the significant growth in both Reading and Math.
Meadow Brook School
East Longmeadow Public Schools
607 Parker Street
East Longmeadow, MA 01028