Monthly Archives: October 2015

Wreath Sale flyer and information

Ed Smith PTO’s Annual Holiday Wreath Sale Celebrate the holiday season with the natural beauty of a 24” hand-crafted Adirondack balsam fir wreath. Each wreath comes with a weather-resistant red velvet bow. The wreaths make wonderful gifts for friends, neighbors, … Continue reading

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Garden Volunteers Needed – Saturday, November 7th 9:30 – 11:30 AM

Important volunteer opportunity for the morning of Saturday, November 7th. Organizers invite you …with a special request for wheel barrows and shovels for mulching; pruners for trimming; and weed pulling tools…  

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Want to comment on the Common Core Learning Standards? Here’s a survey for you.

“In New York State, we are committed to higher standards and to evaluating the standards on a regular basis with input from stakeholders. The New York State Education Department (NYSED) is conducting a review of the New York State P-12 … Continue reading

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Haunted Ham Today – 10/30

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SkyZone Fundraiser

There will be 2 opportunities to show your support: Tuesday, December 1st – 4pm to 8pm for Elementary Students (K-5) AND Wednesday, December 2nd – 4pm to 8pm for Middle School Students (6-8) Flyers will be distributed to all classrooms before the … Continue reading

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Student Council Fundraiser at SkyZone

The first fundraiser for the Ed Smith Student Council will be held at Sky Zone! There will be 2 dates: Tuesday, December 1st – 4pm to 8pm for Elementary Students (K-5) AND Wednesday, December 2nd – 4pm to 8pm for … Continue reading

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lost dog

There is a lost dog: We are looking for a lost dog – a black and white Tibetan Terrier named Darby. She slipped out of the house today without a collar. She is shy, but friendly. She is about 25 … Continue reading

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Important November Dates, Parent Teacher Conference Information, PTO reminder and a new procedure for the listserv

Please see attached important information on November happenings, including Parent Teacher conferences. Your student will also be bringing home a paper flyer. Mine included the time for my conference and a tear-off sheet to return. Also, a reminder: Bake Sale … Continue reading

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PTO Bake Sale Nov. 3

PTO Bake Sale Fundraiser  on November 3, Election Day Contributions of cookies, cupcakes, muffins, or any baked goods are needed. Drop off will take place Monday November 2 from 3pm-3:30 outside the library. Please email karencordano [at] aol [dot] com if you are … Continue reading

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For Middle School Families

*Middle School Families* Parent-Teacher Conferences are November 3rd- yep, right around the corner. Hospitality would like to provide a dinner for staff staying late that evening for conferences. We would like to serve chili, soups, breads, salads, desserts, and drinks. Any, and … Continue reading

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Ed Smith Haunted Ham Set for Friday, Oct. 30

The Nottingham boys soccer schedule has been confirmed and the team’s sectional semi-final no longer conflicts with Haunted Ham. Plans have been finalized for Haunted Ham on Friday, October 30, 6:30-8 pm as originally scheduled. Kids grade preK-6 are invited … Continue reading

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Ed. Smith: Successful winter gear sale & great info. on ski programs

Dear Ed Smith & Nottingham Communities: Thank you for your volunteer efforts, donations, and attendance at our Winter Gear Sale this past Saturday. We made a profit of $1,076.66, which has remained fairly stable for the last several years we’ve … Continue reading

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