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SurveyWorks Results

posted May 9, 2019, 8:24 AM by Glocester Webmaster   [ updated May 9, 2019, 8:29 AM ]

The SurveyWorks survey responses have been tallied and the results can be found here.

Summer Meals Program

posted May 6, 2019, 10:47 AM by Glocester Webmaster

Free summer meals for teens and kids in your neighborhood. Call *211 for locations. Click here for more information.

Glocester's Earth Day Celebration

posted Apr 10, 2019, 6:16 AM by Glocester Webmaster

GLOCESTER’S
2ND ANNUAL EARTH DAY CELEBRATION
LITTER CLEAN-UP
SATURDAY APRIL 27, 2019
9:00 - 1:00 PM

LOCATIONS:
MAIN LOCATION: TOWN PAVILION SITE
2ND LOCATION: TOWN TRANSFER STATION
( THE TURN AROUND PARKING AREA)
3RD LOCATION: WEST GLOCESTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
4TH LOCATION: FOGARTY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


CONTACT: Judy Colaluca (401) 486-8414 or Pat Henry (401) 447-8624  

Sponsors: Glocester Town Council, Conservation Commission, Recreation Commission, The Sand Dam Association, Glocester Business Association, Smithfield Plumbing, Dino’s, Dunkin’ Donuts

Road Safety:  Glocester Police and Emergency Management Association will be helping with a presence on the main roads to ensure safe litter pick-up as well as trucks from GBA and Smithfield Plumbing that will pick up the trash bags as needed. 

Supplies: DPW will supply gloves and trash bags. Dino’s donating 20 cases of water.  Dunkin' Donuts will supply coffee and munchkins for kick-off.  GBA providing some free T-shirts for kick-off

Advertising:  An Ad will be placed in the Bargain Buyer, flyers and signs will be posted around town and posted on the town web-site. (Jean Fecteau)

Location set-ups: Pat Henry and Judy Colaluca at Pavilion site. Ricco Colaluca and Vinc LePore at Transfer Station, Jamie LaRose and Robert Shields (Recreation) at Fogarty Elementary, Mike Ahnrud (Conservation) at West Glocester Elementary. Any teacher or parent support would be welcomed. 


Let’s make Glocester not only the safest Community to live in, but the Cleanest Community to live in!

Reading Week: April 8-12

posted Apr 10, 2019, 6:07 AM by Glocester Webmaster

History: Fact or Fiction?

Throughout the week:

1. “Reading Rocks” Read-a-thon from the bell Monday until 1pm on Friday. (Please see handout)

2.  “In FACT... Caption Contest” (Please see handout)

3.  Book fair!  Please see information from WGESCO.

4. Math story problem contest (through Wednesday)


Day:

Activity:

What you need to know:

Monday

4/8/19

Drop Everything and Read

Bring a book to read.  Historical Fiction encouraged!!


Start bringing  “In FACT…” Caption Contest entries.  (see handout)

Tuesday

4/9/19

Parade 9:15

Dress as a character from a historical fiction book. Please bring the book to carry with you.

Wednesday

4/10/19

Speech Meet

Students attend an assembly where our 5th graders will perform poems and other short pieces.


Math Story Problem winners announced.

Thursday

4/11/19

Book Swap

Books were exchanged for tickets last week..  Teachers have tickets ready:) Classrooms will “shop” throughout the day.


Last night to work on  “In FACT…” Caption Contest entries.

Friday

4/12/19

All contest winners will be announced today!!

Last morning to submit your  “In FACT…” Caption Contest entry.

Reading Rocks submissions due.

Winners will be announced before the end of the day.

In Fact: Caption Contest

posted Mar 26, 2019, 11:46 AM by Glocester Webmaster   [ updated Mar 29, 2019, 6:13 AM ]

In Fact… CaptionWriting Contest

Be inspired by history!

Directions:

Choose a photo (on reverse) and use it to inspire your caption.

Create a caption or fact for the photo.

Write the caption or fact in your own handwriting.

Put your name and grade in the bottom right hand corner of the caption.

See below for grade-level expectations


Pre-school-First Grade: Write a caption for the photo using the details. Captions should contain true things (facts) you can get by “reading the picture”.


Grades 2-5:  Write one fact that goes beyond the picture and helps us learn more. See the school library homepage  for The World Book link for fast and easy research.


CAPTIONS WILL BE DISPLAYED IN THE FOYER TO HELP INSPIRE OUR IMAGINATIONS. A WINNER FROM EACH GRADE WILL BE DRAWN FROM THE CONTRIBUTIONS.


Book Swap: Week of April 1st

posted Mar 26, 2019, 11:44 AM by Glocester Webmaster   [ updated Mar 26, 2019, 11:44 AM ]

During the week of April 1, each student is invited to bring in 2-4 gently used books to exchange for a Book Swap tickets (2 books= 1 ticket, 2 ticket maximum per student).  During Reading Week (April 8-12), students will go shopping for a “new” book with each ticket. Remaining books will be donated to Broad Street school in Providence to help readers in our greater community!

Unified Week

posted Mar 14, 2019, 12:20 PM by Glocester Webmaster

The West Glocester community will be celebrating different disabilities each day for one week, as well as learning about some of the challenges children with disabilities work hard to overcome.

Monday, March 18, Deaf & Blindness Day, wear white
Tuesday, March 19, Muscular Dystrophy Day, wear green
Wednesday, March 20, ADHD Day, wear orange
Thursday, March 21, World Down Syndrome Day, wear crazy socks
Friday, March 22, Autism Day, wear blue

Spelling Bee Change!!!

posted Feb 11, 2019, 9:55 AM by Glocester Webmaster

Please note, the Glocester District Spelling Bee has been changed from tomorrow to Wednesday, February 13, at 6:30 pm due to the anticipated inclement weather.

Spelling Bee

posted Feb 1, 2019, 11:24 AM by Glocester Webmaster

West Glocester Elementary will be hosting the District Spelling Bee finals on Tuesday, February 12 at 6:30 pm. Come and cheer on the students that are competing for a spot on the team to complete in the regional finals.

Kindergarten Registration 2019-20

posted Feb 1, 2019, 10:29 AM by Glocester Webmaster

Registration for students entering Kindergarten in the fall of 2019 will be held on Thursday, March 21st. It will take place at the Glocester Town Hall in the Superintendent's Office. Times are 9:00-11:30 am, 12:30-3:00 pm and 4:00-6:00 pm. Please bring the following with you: birth certificate, immunization records, parent's license or ID, and  proof of residency/tax bill.

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