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School Events
5/30/2017
•  Luso Banking at East Street School
Recurrence: Weekly from 10/4/2016 to 6/13/2017
  
First grade students in room 122 worked very hard composing poems in celebration of poetry month. Their teachers, Ms. Meaghan...
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Article and photos submitted by NHS member- Anna Orlandi As warm weather settles in and flowers begin to bloom, the National...
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Pathways for Parents, in collaboration with the Ludlow Public Schools, marked the Week of the Young Child from April 23-39 with...
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Brain Building in Progress: The Road to School Success
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As part of their curriculum, preschool classes at East Street School have been learning about community helpers. During this...
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Today’s assembly at East Street School concluded their month long celebration of National Reading Month.  East Street...
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As a culmination of March Madness for Reading, the hallways at East Street School came to life on Friday, as characters from...
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East Street School sponsored a Family Night on March 16th, complete with bingo, Dr. Seuss themed activities and a book fair,...
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While on leave from his Army Unit at Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas, 2nd Lt. Andre Welch visited East Street School to thank students...
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As part of the March Madness for Reading Celebration students and staff arrived to school on Friday, March 10th with some very...
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Mrs. Kerri Sullivan's morning preschool class made Cat in the Hat hats by placing the letters of their first names on black paper...
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“You can find magic wherever you look, sit back and relax all you need is a book ” Dr. Seuss On March 2nd schools...
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This year the Ludlow Public School administrative team accepted the Shadow a Student Challenge, a campaign that asks school leaders...
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Students at East Street School reached a milestone on Wednesday, February 8th;  attending school for the 100th day! To celebrate...
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“Students interacted with each other,” remarked Mrs. Nikki Reed, Chapin Street Principal, following the Global Play...
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CONGRATULATIONS to Mr. Gregory Bertsch, 1st grade teacher at East Street School on being selected to receive the 2017 Pioneer...
CONGRATULATIONS Mr. Bertsch!

  
“Because weather can be unpredictable, my job is like solving a puzzle;  I figure out what the weather will be like...
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On January 12th East Street School had their winter themed assemblies.  At each of the assemblies Mr. Thomas Welch, East...
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As part of the science curriculum, students in Mrs. Deborah Donovan’s 1st grade classroom, recently learned about the different...
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For the last nine years Mr. Tony (Antonio Carvalho) has been the day custodian at East Street School, meticulously maintaining...
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Frosty the Snowman made his way to East Street School this morning to help East Street Principal, Mr. Thomas Welch, spread some...
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Although the East Street School computer lab received new computers this past year, allowing students better access to technology,...
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East Street School recently held their schoolwide assemblies. Mr. Thomas Welch, East Street Prinicpal, reports that the highlight...
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As part of a recent lesson on the meaning of Veterans Day local Veterans visited East Street School to read to students and explain...
Principal Welch and his son U.S. Army 2nd Lt. Andre Welch

  
The preschool students at East Street School have been busy learning about the First Thanksgiving and how the Pilgrims and Native...
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As a way to inspire students at East Street School, Mrs. Leslee Sharon, East Street Physical Education teacher, recently painted...
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The celebration of fifty fabulous days at East Street School took students and staff on a fun  trip back in time, listening...
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With Veterans Day fast approaching, United States Army Specialist, Christian Mendes, the son of East Street School Kindergarten...
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The annual Family Fun Night at East Street School was held on October 25th.  Mr. Thomas Welch, East Street Principal was...
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Anyone who spends time at East Street School knows that they are a Bucket Filling School.  The concept of filling your bucket...
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On October 20th kindergarten and 1st grade students at East Street School gathered in the cafeteria to attend their monthly grade...
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First grade students in Mrs. Ericka Cadete’s East Street School classroom are sitting a bit more comfortably since receiving...
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On October 19th the sun was shining, a warm fall breeze was gently blowing, and colorful red, yellow and orange leaves painted...
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For the second year in a row the staff and students at East Street School want to extend a warm fall thank you to Meadow View...
The pumpkins arrive!

  
OnOctober 4th, first graders traded their classrooms at East Street School for a farm, as they traveled to Cold Spring Orchard...
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East Street School students attended their first school wide assembly on Thursday, September 15th. Principal Thomas Welch explained...
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Before leaving for their summer vacation students in Mrs. Deborah Donovan’s 1st grade classroom did one last act of kindness...
Mrs. Donovan and her students.

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