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Phase Three Remote Learning Information
There will be a Chromebook and Phase 3 (weeks 3-5) Packet Pickup at Silvia School Next Week
Tuesday, May 26th & Thursday, May 28th
You can also drop off Phase 1 and 2 Completed Packets during these days and times or you may email the work to your child's teacher.
Here is a video that shows you how to scan from your iPhone. Some other resources for learning how to scan are hyperlinked below.
If you are unable to scan the work then we will have drop off boxes set up at Silvia. Make sure your learning packets are in an envelope and labeled with the student's first and last name and also the grade and teacher.
Process for general questions/concerns:
If your classroom teacher is unable to answer a question or address a concern, please call the school. You can also email Mr. Lenz (firstname.lastname@example.org), Vice Principal Homol (email@example.com), School Counselor Michel (firstname.lastname@example.org), and/or School Counselor Arruda (email@example.com) with questions or concerns. Please be proactive and reach out to us if you are in need of anything.
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Compassion In Action Photos
Reis 2M & Blake KC showed compassion by making these posters for their cousin's birthday! They surprised him by decorating his front door. Their cousin posted the posters on the door to his bedroom.
Aja 3C showed compassion by taking part in a birthday parade for a loved one.
Kylani 3M read one of the selected read alouds and did an amazing job writing and illustrating how compassion was demonstrated by the characters in the text.
Maccarone Boys were spreading compassion by writing encouraging messages on the sidewalk.
One Silvia School STAR showed some compassion by creating these beautiful pieces of artwork and, along with a hand-written note filled with some uplifting words, surprised one of her former teachers. The teacher said the unexpected gifts were so sweet and filled her with so much joy.
Abby D 4C is spreading compassion with heartfelt messages written in chalk.
Austin & Abigail are both in KCh. Over the weekend Abby and her mom dropped off this basket for Austin and a beautiful plant for his mom. This act of kindness made their day!
Charlie C in 5G showed compassion by assisting his mom in the delivering of food to families in need
London L in 5K painted rainbows on the windows of her house. There’s a lot of people walking in our neighborhood and the rainbows will hopefully make them feel better and let them know even though it’s scary right now it’s all going to be ok.
Evan in 3C
Chloe L 4C
Randy 3C colored a picture to show his friends how much he missed them and school.
Henry(3M) and Benjamin (KC) have really strengthened their brother bond during The Covid 19 crisis. Mom is so proud to see many small acts of kindness between them on a daily basis! Pictures show Henry helping Ben with his kindergarten reading assignments and Ben giving his brother a shoulder massage after he hurt himself.
David M in 3DC read Please Please the Bees and wrote about how the characters in the story showed compassion. David, then, showed his own compassion with this sister and dog.
Pleasant View Bagged Lunches Now Available
Families can now stop at Pleasant View (on Herman Street) for free breakfast, lunch and snacks. Meals are distributed daily from 11:30am-1:30pm. Look for the Fall River Public Schools Nutrition Van
Our School Blog is updated daily. Check it out!
Mr. Powers and Mr. Shepard want to review skills you've already learned in PE this year. There will be two lessons per week. Click on the links below to access the videos for this week. Be sure to do the assessment/check-ins at the end of each week.
Week Three: Tuesday Video Lesson 7
K-1 Kicking Skills - https://drive.google.com/
2-5 - Kicking Skills - https://drive.google.com/
Week Three: Thursday Video Lesson 8
Google Check In for Week Three: https://forms.gle/
Access all PE Videos by clicking the link below:
Silvia Elementary School’s Core Beliefs are:
We believe all students are entitled to a respectful, caring, and safe learning environment where they are encouraged to take risks in order to grow academically, emotionally and socially.
We believe that recognizing and honoring diversity strengthens our ability to teach the whole child and build a sense of community.
We believe all students will develop the coping skills necessary to build self reliance, perseverance, and self awareness in order to become intrinsically motivated independent thinkers in a collaborative environment.
We believe mastery learning is best achieved when students have opportunities to apply skills in authentic situations.