Week of June 18-22
Monday 6/18/18 Farmer’s Market field trip
Tuesday 6/19/18 Field Day 9:00-12:30…rain or shine…See information below.
Friday, 06/22/18 Last day of school…dismissal at noon!!! See you in September!!!
From the Principal’s Desk:
Dear TCS Families:
I am pleased to tell you the School Committee has voted to waive fees for our Preschool program, effective in September. Children already enrolled will be able to spend as much time as has already been scheduled, without tuition or registration fees. We look forward to getting your children off to the best start possible at Truro Central, and are delighted we can offer this program at no cost to your family. We know that a good preschool experience makes a significant difference in a child’s success, at school and beyond. As always, if you have any questions, feel free to call me or Lynne Ready.
Enjoy the weekend.
LOST AND FOUND: Check out the Lost and Found table in the Lower Lobby. Winter coats, hats, sweatshirts, etc. Anything not claimed by the end of June will be donated to the Truro Swap Shack
Ms. Klimkosky is collecting empty toilet paper and paper towel tubes for a science project. If you think of it, please send them in to school. Thank you!
REMINDER…REMINDER…REMINDER FIELD DAY TUESDAY, JUNE 19TH
Please note the following guidelines that will make your child’s Field Day experience more enjoyable.
Attire: Dress for the weather in appropriate clothing: shorts/pants, tee shirts, and sneakers will be most comfortable. Reminder: spaghetti strap tank tops and flip flops are not permissible attire for school on any occasion. Weather permitting, many events involve water! Girls may wish to avoid wearing white/light colored T-shirts. Please send a change of clothing for your child to wear during the remainder of the day should their clothes become uncomfortably wet!
Please make sure sun block has been applied before your child departs for school. If the day is really hot and sunny, hats are beneficial!
IF YOU HAVE SIGNED UP AS A VOLUNTEER FOR THE ACTIVITIES PLEASE ARRIVE IN THE GYM BY 8:40. THANK YOU
Watermelon, as an added treat, has once again been donated
by Samantha Perry of Hillside Farm Stand.
Truro Public Library 2018
As the school year comes to an end, the children's last Truro Public Library visit was Friday, May 25. Be sure to look under beds, in your car, and cubbies at school for any stray books. Before the end of the school year, please bring any library books to the library or they can be returned to Ms. Roderick at the school.
And sign up for the Truro Public Library Summer Reading Program! Readers who log their hours get to enter a prize raffle and each hour read the Friends of the Truro Library will contribute to the Center for Coastal Studies!
Thanks so much,
Workshop: “Know Your Child” with author Gillian Drake Wednesdays, June 13 or June 27, 6:00 p.m.
Join author Gillian Drake (Know Yourself, Be Yourself: How to Identify the Aptitudes & Archetypes that Form the Structure of Your Soul and Frame Your Life’s Purpose) in small workshops of up to 10 participants, as she discusses her new book and her mission to help parents understand more fully who their child really is—beneficial not only for the personal happiness of the child and clarity about their future goals, but also for family harmony.
Sherlock Holmes Mystery Theater Tuesday, June 19, 6:30 p.m.
Can you solve a mystery? This will be a theatrical presentation where the audience can guess Who Done It.
Lunch at the Library
Beginning Thursday, June 28 and Friday, June 29, 2018
Every Thursday & Friday in July & August from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Lunch will be provided (on the back deck, weather permitting) for children up to 18 years old by Food for Kids, a Summer Food Service Program funded through Project Bread in Boston.
Jumanji Summer Reading Program Kickoff Party Friday, June 29 at 10:30 a.m.
Get your Summer Reading on with crafts, games, and giveaways! You can also pick up your reading log, learn about this year’s theme: Libraries Rock!, grab some books and summer reading lists, and view this year’s prize packages.
Highlands Fest Saturday, June 30, 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Join Farmer Cynthia from the children’s garden at the Highland Center and plant some pea shoots to take home.
Storytime Every Thursdays at 10:30 a.m.
Stories, songs, fingerplays and crafts for ages birth to five year olds. Drop-ins welcome.
Children Community Garden Group with Sustainable CAPE Every Wednesday at 4:00 p.m.
Join us for garden adventures at the library. Reflect on the seasonal, local food we have grown ourselves and on how our garden work helps the health of our bodies, community and environment, all while exploring our annual theme (this year, mushrooms!). All welcome!
From Truro Recreation:
Check out our website www.truro-ma.gov/recreation-beach-department or call (508) 487-1632
- Summer Rec Youth Program: Please call to register for our Summer Program. We will be featuring some of your favorite fieldtrips, new visiting acts and a few other additions to the program. Stay tuned for more information.
- Joe Farroba Basketball Clinic:Monday, June 25th –Thursday, June 28th at the Veterans Memorial Community Center in Provincetown, from 9:00AM – 11:45AM, ages 8 and up. To Register, call us at Truro Recreation (508) 487-1632.
- Capoeira at Truro Community Center: Every Monday from 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM through the end of the school year. Send your child to Pamet After-School Program right off the bus and we will make sure homework gets completed, or just drop-in at 4:00 PM. Drop-ins are FREE, ages 3+.
- Beach Clean-up was a success on Saturday, June 2nd. Our 50 or so volunteers, hauled over 330 pounds of trash. Thank you for volunteering and participating.
- Beach Stickers are available online.
- Beach Office will open tomorrow Saturday, June 9th
- Beach Stickers will be required starting on Saturday, June 16th