• Hugh Cole Weekly Update
    February 17th, 2019
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    cindy.giroux@bwrsd.org
    Go Hugh Cole Huskies-All Paws In!
    Huskies are Kind! 

    The Hugh Cole Huskies were very busy this week.  Ms. Paige conducted 40 or so students performing at the Providence Bruins on Friday.  Mrs. Lima and Mrs. Earl escorted the student council to “Gifts to Give” The students examined used games and puzzles to ensure that they were intact so that they could be given out to others.

    Please note the following dates and information:

    No School:
     Monday, February 18th Presidents Day.
    Tuesday, February 19th Professional Development Day.

    NAESP Parent Report:  Please click on the following link to read the most recent parent letter from the National Association of Elementary School Principals related to effective homework support. Homework Support

    RIDE Parent Survey:  Please take this short survey online.  The survey is available through Friday, March 29th. To take the survey, visit: surveys.panoramaed.com/ride and enter 96113family.  Students in grades 3-5 will complete the survey in school.

    Mark Your Calendars:

    • Wednesday, March 27th (K-2) and Thursday, March 28th (3-5).   Folk Art and Folk Dance Nights for.
    • Saturday, May 4th (11am-2pm) Bike Safety/Wellness Fair.  Hugh Cole School, the PTO and the Warren Rec. Department are sponsoring this event.  There will be two BMX demonstrations, food trucks, a color run and other community partner activities.

    Hugh Cole PTO Updates.
    PTO Meeting: Tuesday, March 5th 6:30pm.
    Spring Fundraiser:  The kick off for the spring fundraiser (cookie dough and spring catalogue) is this week.  The funds raised will support student activities and field trips.

    Cindy Giroux, Principal

    “If you can learn a simple trick, Scout, you’ll get along a lot better with all kinds of folks. You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view, until you climb inside of his skin and walk around in it.” – Atticus Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird (1962)