Please join our students as they perform Fleming's first concert of the year on Wednesday, January 25th at 6:30. It will feature all of our String, Band, and Chorus ensembles.
Every week classes are given a healthy choice challenges for the week and every Friday we are celebrating something we are grateful for. Below is the list of Fridays, and what we will be doing. So families can plan ahead.
1/17 Grateful for Movement-Wear your favorite shirt you like to be active in1/23 Grateful for Joy-Wear something that represents something that brings you joy.
1/30 Grateful for rest and calm-Wear Flannels or something cozy
2/6 Grateful for eachother-Dress as someone you are grateful for.
2/13 Grateful for food-Students will wear a "Hello My Name is"Name Tag with what their favorite healthy food
2/20 Grateful for Vacation-Wear something that reminds you of summer!
Winter Expectations at Fleming
Please take note of the guidelines and expectations below related to winter weather clothing and recess. It is important for all families to understand we are committed to holding outdoor recess whenever possible, and how clothing choices can impact opportunities for students at recess.
***If you need help getting winter clothing for your learner, please reach out to the school so we can put you in touch with our school counselor, principal, office manager, or school-based clinician to help.***
We will hold outdoor recess unless the temperature is below zero with the wind-chill.
Thank you for your help!
As we move into some of the cooler parts of the Fall season, and inch towards the time of year when it is downright cold, I just wanted to remind families to be mindful of the weather when sending students to school. On most days, we will have outdoor recess (even if it is cold and a bit rainy) as long as it is not raining hard. We believe the fresh air is important for our students.
Also, it is very hard for Ms. Aldrich to answer the phone at dismissal time, due to making announcements, students sent from classrooms to do their end of the day jobs, etc. Any end of the day changes to a student's plan should be called in by 2:45 to guarantee that we have time to get the message to the student before we start dismissing students.
All drop-off and pick-up traffic will follow the parking lot / driveway around the back of the building to the sidewalk area in front of the building. The front loop is closed to all traffic with the exception of buses.
Drop-off time occurs between 7:40am and 8:00am. Students may not arrive or be dropped off prior to 7:40 am as we do not have staffing to supervise them.
The playground is closed prior to the start of the school day.
1. All end of day changes to a students plan, needs to be called into the office no later than 2:30 so that we have time to follow up with the student/teacher.
2. We are asking families that need to pick their student up early, to be here no later than 2:30 to do so. Pick ups after this time, are rather difficult due to the traffic at that time, along with the buses arriving soon after for student pick up.
We understand that emergencies do arise and we can address those if they come up.
Thank you for understanding and your cooperation.
The Vermont Agency of Education announced Anthony Rizvanov (EHS/BTC) and Evan Hodgson (CTE/EHS) as Vermont’s Presidential Scholar recipients for the 2022-2023 school year in a recognition ceremony at the Vermont State House.
Four FIRST Lego League (FLL) teams from Westford School traveled to Norwich University to compete against a field of 30 other teams in the FLL Vermont State Championships.