Empowering All Students to Excel!
A Nationally Recognized Blue Ribbon School of Excellence
Exciting Things Happening at Nayatt!
Currently, 60% of low-income children have no age-appropriate books in their home. The Nayatt School is teaming up with the non-profit, Books are Wings, to bring age-appropriate books to children in and around the Providence area. The book drive will collect NEW and GENTLY used books from Feb. 4- Feb. 15. Please review Books are Wings Book Drive for additional information.
We cannot thank the Arts Alive Team and the Nayatt PTO enough for such an amazing performance of the Wizard of Oz last weekend. Special thanks to Dena Davis, our director, and to Julie Owens, Emily Ford, and Claire Moscrop our PTO liasons to Arts Alive. Their collaboration and work with our children was highly evident. The show was awesome.
Important Messages from School and Transportation
Did you know that you can receive Text Messages with Important Updates from your elementary school principal? To sign up go to https://www.remind.com/send_the_app follow instructions to sign up, and enter code @e74ff8 for Hampden Meadows, @phsfami for Primrose Hill, @nayatt for Nayatt School, @sowams for Sowams, @BMSFam Barrington Middle School, and @BHSeagle for Barrington High School.
Did you know the Safe Stop App is now free to Barrington families? Ocean State Transit, in partnership with SafeStop, offers a mobile App which allows you to track your child's bus in real-time along its daily route to/from school. http://www.safestopapp.com/
Nayatt School Assembly-School wide Theme-"American Mosaic"
The students and staff continue to explore our American culture through art and music. On Monday, January 28th, all the K-3 Schools were visited by a Jazz ensemble sponsored by our PTOs.
The ensemble consisted of a drummer, saxaphone player, and someone on the keyboard. It was an interactive presentation with questions from the audience. We learned how jazz is like play, one instrument asks a question and the other instruments respond. We learned about famous jazz musicians and their work and contributions as well as some history of jazz and the instruments associated with it. We listened to wonderful music, Mrs. Danielian requested "Superstitious" when asked by the performers and they happily responded to this request.
Community Bulletin Board - Family & Student Engagement
Community Safety Forum
At the forum, Chief Lacrosse welcomes students, parents and community members to use the anonymous tip line tip line