Glover was well-represented by students like Liz and Nox (featured Left) at Milton's Pride Car Parade on June 11th!
ATTENTION GROWN-UPS OF INCOMING 4TH AND 5TH GRADERS!
Is your student interested in learning an instrument? Come be a part of the Instrumental Lesson Program in Milton!
All information for beginning students can be found here: Beginner Instrumental Lesson Information
PLEASE FILL OUT THE FORM FOUND HERE TO BEGIN THE REGISTRATION PROCESS. In order to ensure the best chances of getting your first choice instrument, fill out this form now! Please reach out to Lesson Program Director Rebecca Damiani at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Medication Pick Up: If your child has medication in the nurse’s office, please schedule a day and time with Nurse LeBlanc for pick-up:
8:45 am -10:45am and/or 2:30-3:15 pm Tuesday - Friday for the remainder of this school year. Any medications not picked up from the nurse’s office after Thursday, June 23, 2022 will be discarded.
Please note: At the start of each new school year, new medication forms are required with the medication in a labeled zip-loc bag. Forms can be obtained from your healthcare provider or at the following link: https://www.miltonps.org/departments/health-services
A reminder to parents that up to date Physical Exams are required for initial entrance to MPS (any grade), as well as for all Kindergarten and 4th grade students. Up to date immunizations are required for entry to MPS and to participate in all after school activities. Please forward these physicals to Nurse LeBlanc (email@example.com) starting in mid - August, 2022 . Immunization requirements can be found here: Immunization requirements for School Entry.
The library and district staff have created a video that will be shared with students during library class to kick-off the challenge and show students how to participate.
What to do:
These messages of encouragement, positivity, kindness, and empathy line our hallways and we thought you would enjoy seeing our smiling faces and knowing what it means to be a Glover Kid!
Karen McDavitt, Principal, firstname.lastname@example.org
Melissa Craven, Assistant Principal/Curriculum Coordinator, email@example.com
Deb Woods, Administrative Assistant, firstname.lastname@example.org
Elizabeth Bowen, Team Chair, email@example.com
Maureen LeBlanc, School Nurse, firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian Powers, Adjustment Counselor, email@example.com
Marti McKenna, Family Outreach Liason, firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that this calendar is intended as a guide ONLY. It may be necessary to change this schedule to better serve instructional purposes.
Next year’s calendar linked here includes four Late Start days (9/23, 10/28, 1/17, 3/31) new to the MPS calendar. These days will be used for Staff Professional Development, similar to Early Release days. Your child’s school day will begin 2 hours later on these days, ESAP will be open for enrolled students at the elementary schools, and lunch and afterschool activities will continue as usual.
Please take some time to review this Arrival and Dismissal Protocol. It contains visuals that will be helpful for families, particularly those planning to arrive via the live car line. We will continue to have three forms of arrival: walking, bus, and car line. All walkers will enter through the front doors this year (as opposed to multiple doors last year). All bus students will continue to arrive via the front circle and enter through the front doors. All car line students will continue to snake through the front parking lot and into the back parking lot where they will disembark with the support of staff and enter through the back school doors.You can watch our kick-off video here.
Covid Testing: Any student can enroll in weekly at home testing. To opt-into or out of this program please email Director of Nursing, Kim Coughlin at email@example.com. Read about the testing program here.
Covid Guidelines: February 16, 2022 FAQs are linked here.
All students are eligible to receive one free breakfast and one free lunch each school day. For an additional charge of $0.50, a milk or bottled water can be purchased on a student's myschooolbucks account. If you have any questions, please email Jackie Morgan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a reminder, all of MPS continues to be nut-free.
Superintendent Jette outlined 4 options we have when faced with weather that impacts the school day: a typical full day of school, a two hour delay, a remote half day and a full cancellation. Each of these options is outlined in detail in the letter and you can read it in full here.
If you did not receive an email and phone call from MPS about the school closure on Wednesday, please contact Deb Woods at email@example.com to confirm that we have current contact information for you.