Check out some examples of recent student artwork at the Dawe School! Second graders investigated printmaking in the art studio.
Check out this video of Dawe School first graders in Mr. Relihan's technology class learning to write code that will manipulate a Blue-Bot robot: https://fb.watch/c5Mg7rpFHI/
Dawe School students taking saxophone lessons! 🎷 🎶
Stoughton Town Clerk Stephanie Carrara recently spoke to 4th grade students at the Dawe School. Carrara, a former Dawe School (North School) student, told students about her role as Town Clerk, including overseeing local, state and federal elections in Stoughton. She was the first guest speaker in a career-themed guest speaker series for Dawe 4th and 5th graders during their class in the learning commons.
Dawe School students have been working with clay in art class. Check out some examples here!
Dawe School 4th graders had a great time on their field trip to the Museum of Science in Boston earlier this week! Take a look at some pictures here!
Members of the Stoughton Fire Department have been visiting our elementary schools for fire safety assemblies. Here is a picture of SFD Firefighter Morgan Genatossio's visit to the Dawe School earlier this week! Thank you to the Stoughton Fire Department for taking the time to share important lessons and tips with our students!
The Dawe School focuses on a different positive character trait each month and honors students for displaying that character trait. Integrity and honesty were the character traits for February. Congratulations to these Dawe Dragons who were recently recognized for showing integrity and honesty! (This month the Dawe is focusing on acceptance and patience.)
Here is a picture of Dawe School principal Rob Cancellieri reading to preschool students at the Jones Early Childhood Center! In celebration of Read Across America, the Jones Early Childhood Center had special guest readers visit classrooms on March 1 and March 2.
The Dawe School held another book swap the day before February vacation. Students in each grade brought books in to donate and then could look for "new" books to take home from the ones that their classmates donated. One of the hallways was turned into a bookstore with dozens and dozens of books spread out on the tables as students excitedly browsed and selected their next book(s) to read! Take a look at some pictures here...
Here is the calendar for next school year (2022-2023): https://5il.co/16dgu
Here is the elementary school lunch menu for March: https://5il.co/yb7n
Bus postcards were mailed out on Friday, August 13 and families should be receiving them this week (the week of August 16). Students will need to show the postcard to the bus drivers when they board the bus.