11-21-2017


November 21, 2017

These past two days, "buddy" classes visited our Colonial House to sing Thanksgiving songs, reflect on the trials and tribulations of the early settlers, and appreciate all we have to be grateful for, including our wonderful Ray School community.  (Equally captivating, Mr. Condon dressed up as his alter ego.  See photo.)  Happy Thanksgiving, one and all!  

          

Heavenly Music:  Grade 5 Chorus at HHS Concert
See and listen for yourself.  On Wednesday, 11/15, our Grade 5 Chorus, under the direction of Becky Luce, joined with the Hanover High School Chorus, under the direction of Jennifer Chambers. 

Invite a Parent to P.E.
During the week of
November 27th through December 1st, the Ray School Physical Education teachers invite adult family members to join them for “Invite a Parent to P.E. Week.” Feel free to drop in for an entire P.E. class time or just a short section. Sign in with Gwyn Dessert in the main office to get your visitor pass before heading down to the gym. Wear your sneakers and get ready to move!
Link to Physical Education Class Schedule

Volunteer Reminder
Please remember to record your volunteer time in the orange volunteer log book in the main office. Thank you!

Ray School Art Display
Our annual art show will be on display starting December 1 and will be up through the month of December at the Mascoma Savings Bank in Hanover (across the street from CVS).  Please stop by and enjoy the artwork of the Ray School students beautifully displayed on all three levels of the bank building.


Community Events/Interests
Click to learn about a host of local opportunities ranging from a Math Kangaroo competition to a Dartmouth Team Green Kids Club to upcoming kid-friendly performances.  This week we feature the opportunity to Freestyle ski...

Ford Sayre Freestyle
The Ford Sayre Freestyle program has openings available for its Wednesday afternoon program starting in January 2018. The program is ideal for strong intermediate to advanced skiers in grade 2 through 6 who want to learn the different elements of Freestyle skiing and to strengthen their all around/all-mountain skills. The program is held at Whaleback and is a great way to hone your skiing skills in a very low key environment. If interested, please go to the Ford Sayre web page at Fordsayre.org and look up the details for the Feestyle/Advanced Mountain Program.


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