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Berlin Elementary School

Act 46 Committee

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Washington Central Supervisory Union Act 46

Study Committee Update

                                   Mark your calendars the next Meeting will be May 25th

at East Montpelier Elementary School  

from 6pm- 9pm in the Cafeteria.

 

Thank you for attending the meetings and please continue to participate in meetings and engage with the committee members by email or phone; we want to hear from you. 

We are posting updates in Front Porch Forum and we will post updates at each of your Town Offices.  Please visit our website if you have any questions or would like to look at the information we have gathered so far.

Here is a link to the website with information:

https://sites.google.com/a/wcsu32.org/wcsu-act-46/home

You can watch our last meeting with this link bellow:

http://www.orcamedia.net/show/april-27-2016-wcsu

 

School Renovation Meeting

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Berlin Elementary School Renovation

 

The Berlin Elementary School is nearly 50 years old and we have begun the process of doing a needs assessment to plan for the future of this building. You are invited to attend a presentation by  Black River Design on present repair needs and potential improvements.

 

TUESDAY, MAY 31ST     7PM-8PM        MATH INTERVENTION ROOM @    BERLIN ELEMENTARY

 

to hear about the initial assessment of the building and learn more about the process, including community input, RFPs and bonding. Your voice as a community member is critical to making sure we solve the existing problems with the building in a way that creates a safer, more efficient building in a transparent and responsible way.

 

We are seeking community members to participate on a facilities committee. We would meet approx. every other week for 2 hours through the summer and fall. We would love to benefit from the experience and talent of Berliners in planning for this project. Please contact me if you are interested.

 

I hope to see you on Tuesday, May 31st  for this important discussion about one of our most valuable community assets.                 Chris Winters

 

 

Calendar of Events 05-19-16

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Please click on the link below to access the most recent Calendar of Events

May 19, 2016

 

 

 

Community Connections Summer Camp

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Please click on the link below to look at Summer Camp offerings for Community Connections

www.communityconnections.us


 

Welcome!

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Welcome!

 

Berlin Elementary School is currently home to 198 students in preschool through sixth grade. With an average class size of between 13 and 23 students in each of the 10 classrooms (including 2 PreK sessions), Berlin Elementary School is a great place for both academic and social learning in an individualized environment.

Centrally located near the Berlin Four Corners, our school’s 2015-2016 goals include an ongoing focus on the foundational skills of literacy and mathematics, in addition to fostering a respectful climate.

In addition to the main building, our campus includes two freshly resurfaced sports fields and a new and spacious playground. Our gymnasium boasts a rock climbing wall for the adventurers among us and most of our classrooms and library (also called the Learning Center) include Smart Boards, ceiling mounted LCD projectors and other interactive technology resources. Our five mobile laptop labs are used throughout the building and a 9-station desktop lab serves our Learning Center.

Berlin’s dedicated and highly qualified staff includes reading and math specialists, two special educators, a speech pathologist, energetic and creative classroom teachers and support staff members who are committed to seeing children succeed. Our breakfast and lunch programs are focused on providing nutritious, appealing meals made from ingredients sourced as locally as possible, not to mention our new gardens on campus. The students and staff have planned, planted and cared for these gardens and have connected the implementation of the gardens to classroom learning.  We offer visual arts, music, physical education, and library skills to all K-6 students as individual classes. As a Responsive Classroom , and PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions Supports) school we value both social and academic learning.

We welcome families and visitors. Please call to schedule a tour and spend the day in our fabulous school.

Carol Amos, Principal

Attachments:
FileDescriptionUploaderFile size
Access this URL (http://www.berlinvt.org/)http://www.berlinvt.org/Town of Berlin Web Page20 Kb
Download this file (2015 2016 approved calendar.pdf)2015-2016 School Calendar 43 Kb
Download this file (2015-2016 Homework Club Sign-Up.doc)2015 Homework Club Sign-up  38 Kb
Download this file (CIP.pdf)Berlin Continuous Improvement PlanBerlin Continuous Improvement Planberlin-webadmin270 Kb
Download this file (Family Handbook 2015-2016.doc)2015-2016 Family Handbooks 594 Kb
Download this file (Math Games.doc)Math GamesAt home games that encourage Mathematics40 Kb
Download this file (SES approved provider list for 2015-16, revised 9-15-15.pdf)SES approved provider list for 2015-16, revised 9-15-15.pdf Lori Dutton-Renauld731 Kb
Download this file (Water System Notification.pdf)Water System Notification Candy Chevalier39 Kb
 
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May 2016
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29 30 31 1 2 3 4
Wed May 25 @03:00PM -
Early Dismissal Wednesday
Thu May 26
Kindergarten Fieldtrip to VINS
Fri May 27
1st Grade Book Buddies to U32
Fri May 27 @02:45PM -
Memorial Day Observance
Mon May 30
School Closed - Memorial Day
Tue May 31 @07:00PM - 08:00PM
School Renovation Meeting
Wed Jun 01 @01:30PM - 03:30PM
VEEP GRADES 4th, 5th, 6th
Wed Jun 01 @03:00PM -
Early Dismissal Wednesday
Thu Jun 02 @09:30AM - 05:00PM
VT Symphony Orchrestra
Thu Jun 02 @06:30PM -
PTNA Gathering