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Dear Oswegatchie School Community,

 

On Wednesdasy, April 26th at 7:00 p.m. we will be holding a presentation entitled  Your Child and Social Media  at  Great Neck School.  This program is sponsored by all three elementary schools and is a program for students in grades 3-5 and their parents. We have invited Mr. Tom Pincince to speak to us on the Power of Social Media. The program is designed for parents and children to participate together. He will speak for about forty-five minutes and then stay until all questions have been answered. Please see the enclosed flyer for more information.

 

Thursday, we held our annual Spring Concert and Art Show. The art show featured art from all of our students and our band, orchestra, and chorus performed during the afternoon and evening.  I was so proud of all of the students, they showed some awesome artist skills and our musicians sounded fantastic.  Special thanks to Art teacher Mary Hendrickson, Music teachers  Lynn Mascierelli, Wayne Schaedler, and  Aaron Robarge.  Their leadership and hard work helps our students to excel in arts.

 

 

We held our monthly Town Meeting today.  Our Town Meetings featured a performance by Kindergarten students with Resident Artist L’Ana Burton. Students performed dance and movement to the book Zero.  Their work with L’Ana Burton is made possible by grants from the CT Office of Community and Economic Development: Office of the Arts and the Barnes Foundation.  Miss Kolnaski’s class also showed a video about kindness. Ms. Edwards’ class featured a technology presentation of  student poems, and Mrs. Getty’s class  showed a video of Students sharing their “Best Part of Me” writing. In the afternoon,  Mrs. Castelpoggi’s Class  shared their limericks,  Mrs. Zaccaro’s Class  shared  a presentation about the Eiffel Tower.  Mr. Schaedler  featured Fourth and Fifth graders  performing on the recorder. There were whole grade performances and also performances by small groups and duets.

 

 

 Sincerely,

 
Mr. Ozmun

 

 

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