Week of May 21-25
Monday 5/21/18 CPC meeting, 2:50pm, PK room
Ukulele and Xylophone, 2:50-4:00pm, music room- last class
Tuesday 5/22/18 Stuffed Animals, 2:50-4:00pm, Art room – last class
School Committee, 5:15pm, Media Center
Wednesday 5/23/18 PK/K Family Activity, 2:50-4:00pm, PK/K room
Thursday, 5/24/18 CONCERT, 6:00pm
Friday, 5/25/18 All School Library Day
Coming events… Tuesday, June 19th – Annual TCS Field Day. Watch for information to come.
From the Principal’s Desk:
Dear TCS Families:
Thank you to the TEEA and the parent volunteers who provided a delicious lunch of sandwiches, salads, soups, drinks and desserts for our staff in honor of Teacher Appreciation Month. It was so nice to have such a huge spread of tasty treats to choose from on Thursday. It feels great to be appreciated, and we appreciate all you do to support us at TCS.
Have a pleasant 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.
Truro Public Library 2018
As the school year comes to an end, the children's last Truro Public Library visit is 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,
Creative Dance for 3-5 Year-Olds with Amy Bull Thursdays in May, 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
Children develop self-awareness while exploring a variety of dances and movements.
Medicinal Herbs for Your Health and Healing: The Power of Adaptogens with Community Herbalist Sarah Naciri
Saturday, May 19, 2:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Known as Adaptogens, Superior Medicines, Herbal Tonics and Rasayana herbs - these Adaptogenic herbs have been used for thousands of years to enhance immunity, boost energy, promote longevity, and enhance vitality on a cellular level. Adaptogens help us adapt to the stresses of modern life and increase adaptability to our environment. Please join us for an engaging and hands-on workshop on Adaptogenic herbs. We will discuss the importance of adrenal health, our body's fight or flight response, symptoms of adrenal fatigue, as well as discover which Adaptogens work best for your personal constitution. Come learn, taste, make medicine, and experience the power of good quality herbs!
Whales off Cape Cod’s Shore with Cape Cod National Seashore Ranger Benjamin Wednesday, May 23, 3:30 p.m.
Through hands on learning with whale skulls, vertebra, faux teeth, and baleen, students will learn the differences between toothed and baleen whales. Taking on the role of scientists, students will work together to create a network of multiple food chains with common whale prey. Students will discover how these food chains fit together to create the ocean communities we see today.
Make-Your-Own Pool Noodle Toys Saturday, May 26, 10:30 a.m.
Using pool noodles, we will make different types of toys - such as rockets and tennis rackets. These toys can be used outside and in the pool, but they are also indoor-friendly for those rainy days!
Workshop: “Know Your Child” with author Gillian Drake Wednesdays, May 30, June 13, or June 27, 6:00 p.m.
Gillian Drake, author of Know Yourself, Be Yourself: How to Identify the Aptitudes & Archetypes that Form the Structure of Your Soul and Frame Your Life’s Purpose, will discuss 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. Please sign up.
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: Online Registration is open. Registration Deadline is June 1st. Visit our website for more information and to sign up. 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.
- TBall Season: Grades K -2 will be practicing every Tuesday at 5:00pm at Snow’s Field.
- 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+.
- Online Beach Sticker sales commenced May 1st
- Beach Clean-up for our bayside beaches, Saturday, June 2nd. Meet at Corn Hill at 10:00 AM. All are welcome!! Savory will be treating our volunteers to free pizza slices!
- Beach Office will open Saturday, June 9th
- Beach Stickers will be required starting on Saturday, June 16th
Truro Vineyards of Cape Cod
Saturday, June 2nd from 6:00-9:00pm.
(21 and older event)
Cash bar…Beer, Wine and Truro Vineyards Specialty Cocktails…Raffle Prizes…Music
Catered by Crush Pad Food Truck
Tickets $40 can be purchased at TCS or by email at TEEA@truromass.org
Checks payable to: TEEA