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Do you know that you can help your child(ren) transition into next year's grade simply by continuing with a little regular reading during the coming summer days? You may come to appreciate a little quiet time at home, too, by setting the stage for periods of relaxed reading. We have a few ways to help support your efforts:
It's time to sign up!
NCS SUMMER READING CHALLENGE All K-7th grade students (that is, next year's 8th graders) are eligible to participate in our summer reading challenge. It's simple! Just read, keep a log, and see Mrs. Harriman in September. See SUMMER READING CHALLENGE
NCS ONLINE LEARNING INSTITUTE A number of NCS students w nominated by their teachers for this. Take advantage of it, if you can!
NCS LENDING LIBRARY PROGRAM Our library is open regularly for this year's K-Grade 5 students. Gr. K-5 families have received an email explaining this, but here's the link for this program: LENDING LIBRARY INFO and/or SIGN UP
The link below will explain ALL of the ABOVE programs and may help you plan for summer:
Now, to get back to the current week's agenda:
Wednesday's SPIRIT DAY is "Fancy Dressed or Maine-ah's Best" and the word of the day will be responsibility. Want to dress to the nine's and look suave and sophisticated? You're "Fancy." If you'd rather, think camo, flannel, lobster, moose, etc., and you're a "Maine-ah." Either way, your class will be glad to see how you interpret Wednesday's Spirit Day in the morning.