The student winners from the Brown School for the grade 4 Positive & Healthy Living Essay contest and the grade 3 “What makes a good friend?” bookmark contest have been selected! These contests are part of the 40 Developmental Assets (www.Search-Institute.org) social norms campaign used in Peabody by the Healthy Peabody Collaborative and were activities to celebrate Peabody Public Schools Red Ribbon Week. The grade 4 contest was judged by the Peabody Rotary Club and the grade 3 contest was judged by the PVMHS Health Advisory Council. The Grade 4 winners will receive a gift card to Barnes & Noble and grade 3 winner will receive an art supply basket as well as letters of recognition. A customized bookmark displaying the artwork of our grade 3 winner will be available to every student in our school.
The winners for the Brown School are as follows:
Olivia Davis (from Mrs. Cokorogianis' class)
Chloe Gill (from Ms. McAllister's class)
Amanda Stone (from Mrs. Vinagro's class)
Elijah Loring (from Mrs. Kinnaly's class)
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Student will be allowed into the school building at 8:40 a.m. on days with bad weather. The south side door (#11) will be opened at 8:40 A.M by a volunteer. Children may enter the building and proceed down the stairs to the cafeteria (Kindergarten - Grade 2) or the glass hallway (Grade 3 - Grade 5) to line up at their designated class positions. Parent Volunteers will keep an eye on the students until 8:50 A.M. when school begins.
There is NO
driving drop off in the rear of the building and no cars are allowed on
school property. No students are allowed to enter building through the
glass hallway. All students must enter through door #11.
Please check your local news station in the the morning for current weather conditions.
REMINDERS: SAFETY FIRST!
* Please do not pull in the back area of the school to drop off or pick up your child.
* Please do not park under signs that say No Parking Between the Hours of 8:30 to 9:30 and 2:30 to 3:30.
* Please do not stop on Lynn Street to drop off or pick up children.
* Please do not stop in front of the school safety lane, next to Louie’s Lix where students line up, or at the circular drive way in front of the school.
* You may park in the church parking lot and walk your child to the crossing guard or to the school area.
IMPORTANT: SCHOOL STARTS AT 8:50 AM
All students are expected to arrive at school on time at 8:50 AM. The first 10 minutes of the day are used for important procedural activities such as ordering lunch, taking attendance, collecting homework, establishing routines, and completing morning work. If students are even a few minutes late, they start the day rushed and behind schedule. Please ensure that your child arrives on time each day.
IMPORTANT INFO ON DISMISSAL
will escort students out of the building at the end of the day. Parents waiting
for their child on the side of the school by Door # 11 are requested to please wait
on the sides of the safety lane, leaving the middle area open so that
teachers can safely walk their students out to find their grown-ups. Please do
not stand in the middle as this impedes a safe exit from the building. Once you have your child, please move quickly
so as to allow teachers to help their students locate their