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PLEASE NOTE THERE ARE SEVERAL NOON RELEASE DATES ALL ON TUESDAYS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.  MARK YOU CALENDARS! BUSSES LEAVE AT NOON ON THESE DAYS AND PARENTS ARE EXPECTED TO PICK THEIR CHILDREN UP AT THAT TIME AS WELL UNLESS THEY ARE SIGNED UP FOR THE GAP TOPS PROGRAM. (AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAM)

HERE ARE THE REST OF THE YEARS NOON RELEASE DATES FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE

MARCH 18, 2014

NONE IN APRIL

MAY 13, 2014



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Tunbridge Central School

523 Vermont Route 110

Tunbridge, VT 05077

802-889-3310

Richard Talbot, Principal

rtalbot@tunbridge.k12.vt.us

Tracy Vesper, Administrative Assistant

tvesper@tunbridge.k12.vt.us

Last of day of school at this point will be June 19. Hopefully there won’t be any more snow days or school closings. This is not the official close of school. 

Remember NO Noon release in April as there is a week of spring break April 21-April 25th.

March 27, 2014 Newsletter below:

There are several reminders in this newsletter. Please take note of upcoming events including the date and time of those events. The April hot lunch menu is enclosed with this newsletter.

TCS will host a Read-a-Thon and potluck dinner on Thursday, March 27th from 5:30-7:30pm. Come join in the fun and celebrate reading!

All TCS students and their families, as well as school staff and community members, are encouraged to join Everybody Wins! Participants in celebration of the tenth year of the EW! reading mentoring program at the Tunbridge Central School. 
 
A potluck dinner will be held in the cafeteria, followed by the Read-a-Thon in the library. Participants will see just how many books they can collectively read in an hour. Participants who find golden tickets hid in various books will win prizes as well. Younger students or siblings may pair up with adults or older students who can read out loud to them. 
 
Please bring a dish to share for the potluck. RSVP to Elaine Howe at ehowe@tunbridge.k12.vt.us or 889-3310.

The 8th grade students will provide concessions for the 62nd Annual Civic Show that will be at the town hall on, March 28 & March 29. Curtain at 7:30 p.m. Please come out and support two amazing fund-raisers, the Civic Club gives all proceeds to local organizations, and the 8th graders still need funds for the annual trip to Washington, D.C. 

April 1, all of the 8th Graders will take part in the annual job shadow day. The Upper Valley Business Partnership sponsors this event.

April 3, the middle school sports banquet. Potluck starts at 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Bogardus would love to have 100% attendance of middle school sports participants.

April 4, the student council will host a middle school dance. Remember dances are from 6:30 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. Students in grades 6-8 are welcome. Student council supports many of our events here at the school, winter carnival, PBiS celebrations, and the end of the year picnic, while the school club hosts the food for the end of the year picnic the bounce house, and all other events at the end of the year and sponsored with funds from student council. The Spring Semi-Formal is also hosted with funds from student council.

April 9, the 8th grade will host a Pampered Chef fund-raiser here at the school.  6:30 p.m. a demonstration of the products with consultant and chair of the fund-raiser, Mrs. Vesper. The students will earn 15-20 % from the Pampered Chef Company and the commissions that are made from the sales Mrs. Vesper has generously offered to donate. If you would like to view a catalog, as you are unable to attend the event contact an 8th grader.  There will be snacks and prizes and loads and loads of fun.

April 11, the student council will host a talent show. There will be more information coming shortly. Just mark your calendar now so as not to miss the date.

From the teachers desk: 

Mrs. Lober, (Social Studies) is looking for donations of used crayons - any size any condition please.

Also, the 4th and 6th graders enjoyed an official cheese tasting here at school.  We send our thanks to Kyle Thygesen and Vermont Farmstead Cheese for a tasty, informative enjoyable experience.  We all learned how to properly experience different types and flavors of cheese.

Mrs. Dutton, The fourth grade is holding a book discussion evening at the Tunbridge Public Library at 6:30 on Thursday, April 10. We will be discussing the book Wonder by R.J. Palacio. Please come to join us for this fun evening!

Mr. Garner, Chess Club playoffs have started. A new champion will be announced at the end of the tournament. Who will that be? Keep reading the newsletters to find out.

 

Best to all,

 

Richard Talbot, Principal



Last Updated on Tuesday, 01 April 2014 14:35