Nayatt News Update 5.7.2021
Empowering All Students to Excel
Last Call for Silent Auction Bids to Support the Nayatt 5K:
If you haven't already done so, please click the link below to place your bid. They officially close at 8pm tonight.
To all of our Nayatt moms….Enjoy your special day!
April 26-May 30th-Book Drive to Support Books are Wings or Books Through Bars
Paperback books are preferred
Contact the following BHS students if you have questions-
May 10th-14th-Grade 3-ricas Math Assessment
May 13th-Eid al-Fitr-Festival of the Breaking of the Fast
Celebrated by our Muslim families at the end of Ramadan
No School Students
May 17th-Statewide Professional Development Day
Students participate in independent learning tasks assigned in Canvas, at home.
May 31st-Memorial Day
No School Students & Staff
From the Desk of Nurse Collins:
Several common seasonal allergy symptoms are also symptoms of COVID-19, such as cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, headache, congestion, runny nose
Please keep your child home from school if they are symptomatic, even if they have a history of seasonal allergies
Report symptoms to the school nurse and get tested for COVID-19
Hustle for Heroes-Nayatt Virtual 5K-Run for our Nayatt School Teachers and for our First Responders:
Virtual 5K or 1 Mile Fun- run at any location, at your pace, outside or on a treadmill, alone or with a group of friends.
Ends May 9th
The Nayatt School Second and Third Grade Teachers are the key to our transition of learning to read to reading to learn. We are so thankful for all they do for our students and families. We are so fortunate to have such dedicated and talented educators. Run for Nayatt teachers!
Grade 3: Mrs. Wescott, Mrs. Codega, Ms. Ferreira and Mrs. Spaight
Grade 2: Mrs. Smith, Ms. Taft, Mrs. Kwolek, Mrs. Baxter, and Mrs. Laucella
Nayatt PTO Grant Applications:
Have an idea for enriching and enhancing the educational experience of the children at Nayatt School. Fill out an application. https://forms.gle/LRD4cW92KJNG...
Please note that the deadline for applications will be Friday, May 14th and the grants will be voted on at the June 3rd PTO meeting.
BPS Volunteer Guidelines:
Have a current BCI on file with the Volunteer Office
Be fully vaccinated and two weeks post vaccination.
Wear a mask at all times on school grounds
Check in and out of the school office
Questions-contact Anita DiMatteo
Helping Anxious Kids Get Back to School:
Live Virtual Presentation-Dr. Ellen Flannery Schroeder-Director of the Child Anxiety Program at URI
Chromebook Care Reminder:
Be sure to charge your child’s chromebook each night before sending to school.
Some chromebooks are coming back broken, please provide a cover or case.
Have a great weekend!