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MAH Tips: Ask your child about his/her day, what he/she did in math. Ask them to show you what he/she learned. Websites, Apps, & Ideas: Apps: Kakooma (options for + and x), 2048, Picture Math, Youtube Kid (great for K and 1 st ) Math Puzzle of the Month: Brain Teasers One Hundred Forty Five Doors A person was visiting a medieval dungeon with 145 doors and got stuck. Nine, shown by black bars, are locked, but each one will open if before you reach it, you pass through exactly 8 open doors. You don’t have to go through every open door but you do have to go through every cell and all 9 locked doors. If you enter a cell or go through a door a second time, the doors clang shut, trapping you. The person (in the lower right corner cell) had a drawing of the dungeon. He thought a long time before he set out. He went through all the locked doors and escaped through the last, upper left corner one. What was his route? (nctm.org) ~ Mrs. Bushior Visit my school website for more links Math At Home(MAH) April 2015

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MAH Tips:
Ask your child about his/her day, what he/she did in math. Ask them to
show you what he/she learned.
Websites, Apps, & Ideas:
Picture Math, Youtube Kid (great for K and 1st)
Math Puzzle of the Month:
Brain Teasers
One Hundred Forty Five Doors
A person was visiting a medieval dungeon with 145 doors and got stuck. Nine,
shown by black bars, are locked, but each one will open if before you reach it,
you pass through exactly 8 open doors. You don’t have to go through every open
door but you do have to go through every cell and all 9 locked doors. If you enter
a cell or go through a door a second time, the doors clang shut, trapping you.
The person (in the lower right corner cell) had a drawing of the dungeon. He
thought a long time before he set out. He went through all the locked doors and
escaped through the last, upper left corner one. What was his route? (nctm.org)
~ Mrs. Bushior
Math At Home(MAH) April 2015
CES Lunch Menu for April
Wednesday, April 01, 2015
Breakfast: Whole Grain Muffin
Lunch: Whole Grain Pasta w/Meatballs, Mixed Green Salad, Peaches, Milk CES Alternate: Egg
Breakfast: Yogurt & Whole Grain Graham Crackers
Lunch: French Bread Pizza, Fresh Vegetables, Assorted Juice, Milk CES Alternate: Peanut
Butter & Fluff Sandwich
Monday, April 06, 2015
Breakfast: Whole Grain Oatmeal Bar
Lunch: Hamburg on Whole Grain Roll, Sweet Potato Fries, Peas, Pears, Milk CES Alternate:
Cereal Lunch
Lunch: French Toast Sticks, Sausage, Applesauce, Assorted Juice, Milk CES Alternate: Tuna
Wednesday, April 08, 2015
Breakfast: Whole Grain Muffin
Lunch: Whole Grain Pasta with Meat Sauce, Mixed Green Salad, Peaches, Milk CES Alternate:
Breakfast: Yogurt & Whole Grain Graham Crackers
Lunch: Chicken Nuggets, Butter Egg Noodles, Spinach, Assorted Juice, Milk CES Alternate:
Peanut Butter & Fluff Sandwich
Friday, April 10, 2015
Breakfast: Whole Grain Cinnamon Bun
Lunch: Whole Grain Pizza, Fresh Carrots, Milk CES Alternate: Bagel Lunch
Monday, April 13, 2015
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Thursday, April 16, 2015
Friday, April 17, 2015
Monday, April 20, 2015
Breakfast: Whole Grain Oatmeal Bar
Lunch: Hotdog on Whole Grain Roll, Baked Beans, Cucumbers, Applesauce, Milk CES
Alternate: Cereal Lunch
Breakfast: Whole Grain Bagel & Cream Cheese
Lunch: Chicken Patty on Whole Grain Roll, Lettuce, Tomato, Sweet Potato Fries, Assorted
Juice, Milk CES Alternate: Tuna Salad Sandwich
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Breakfast: Whole Grain Muffin
Lunch: Whole Grain Pasta with Meatballs, Mixed Green Salad, Mixed Fruit, Milk CES
Alternate: Egg Salad Sandwich
Thursday, April 23, 2015
Breakfast: Yogurt & Whole Grain Graham Crackers
Lunch: Chicken Fajita Wrap, Rice, Carrots, Assorted Juice, Milk CES Lunch: Earth Day-Bag
Lunch: Ham Sandwich, Turkey Sandwich or PB&J, Goldfish Grahams, Fresh Fruit, Fresh
Carrots, Milk
Lunch: Quesadilla Pizza, California Blend Vegetables, Peaches, Milk CES Alternate: Bagel
Lunch
Lunch: Mozzarella Sticks, Sauce, Broccoli, Applesauce, Milk CES Alternate: Cereal Lunch
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Breakfast: Whole Grain Bagel & Cream Cheese
Lunch: Taco Wrap, Rice, Corn, Assorted Juice, Milk CES Alternate: Tuna Salad Sandwich
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Breakfast: Whole Grain Muffin
Lunch: Whole Grain Pasta with Meat Sauce, Mixed Green Salad, Peaches, Milk CES Alternate:
Breakfast: Yogurt & Whole Grain Graham Crackers
Lunch: Macaroni & Cheese, Green Beans, Bread & Butter, Assorted Juice, Milk CES Alternate:
Peanut Butter & Fluff Sandwich
In May 2015, scholarships (ranging between \$500.00 and \$1000.00
depending on how many are awarded) will be available to graduating high school seniors who:
• Are current residents of Willington
• Graduated from Hall Memorial School • Plan to pursue a career in teaching
• Submit a completed application by April 30, 2015
The Charles Kramer Scholarship fund was created in honor of Charles Kramer, a former teacher at Hall Memorial School in Willington. Applications are available on the Willington Public
School website and the guidance offices of E.O. Smith High School, and at Windham Technical School. Applications must be submitted to the Charles Kramer Scholarship Committee, Hall School, 1 River Rd., Willington, CT 06279, by April 30, 2015.
Charles Kramer Scholarship Application for Prospective Teachers
Name in full: ______________________________________________Age:___________
I plan to attend the following college in September:________________________
Explain why you are applying for this scholarship:______________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________
Please submit a short essay on an attached sheet that explains why you want to be a teacher.
If there was a particular teacher who positively affected your life, include that information in the essay.
Application is due by April 30, 2015 Send to The Charles Kramer Scholarship Committee, c/o Hall Memorial School,
111 River Rd. , Willington, Ct. 06279
CENTER SCHOOL – SUCCESS SEPTO Group Number: 990030219
www.yankeecandlefundraising.com
IMPORTANT DATES: Start Date: Monday, March 2, 2015 End Date: Tuesday, March 31, 2015 Delivery: Week of April 27, 2015 MONEY COLLECTION: Please collect all money while taking orders. Make all checks payable to: SUCCESS SEPTO
IMPORTANT NOTES: • All orders and money must be returned NO LATER than March 31, 2015. • Before you turn in your packet, be sure that the order and amount of payment received match. • Please retain both the PINK copy of the order form and the BROCHURE for reference at product delivery. • Return the YELLOW and WHITE copies with your order packet. Please print clearly and bear down hard. • Be sure that the SELLER AND CENTER SCHOOL SUCCESS SEPTO is printed neatly at the top of
your order form. • PLEASE, NO DOOR-TO-DOOR SALES - just to relatives, friends, neighbors and parents' co-workers.
Thank you for your support! Cathy Britschock Susan Rogers Fundraising Coordinator/SEPTO President The Yankee Candle Co. Regional Consultant 860-429-8333 home 860-989-8879 cell
Have (out of town) friends & family shop online
@ www.yankeecandlefundraising.com
ONLINE SHOPPING
Click on the 'Seller Iogin' button and fill out the 'Signup Po Ne M Seller' form; use the group number above to register. Follow instructions to send shopping emails to friends & family. Happy Shopping!
990030219
What if next school year there was no Willington PTA?
What does the PTA do for our schools each year???
Raises funds that are dispersed for various events to benefit the
students of both CES and Hall School. Gives 100% of raised funds to the schools. Operate a \$10,000 annual budget. Provides each Center school student with a grade specific t-shirt for use
throughout the year. Gives every student funds towards field trips. Enrichment money for special presentations such as the Chinese acrobats
and the Internet Safety Presentations. The Center School Yearbook, which captures a school memory for every
student, is created by parent and teacher volunteers. Raises funds to purchase school equipment such as lighting for our
concerts and performances at Hall school and recess equipment for our children.
Plans and holds events for the teachers and staff including the holiday cookie buffet and teacher appreciation week.
Coordinates and plans fun and memorable social events for the entire school community such as dances, bowling, ice cream socials, the fun run and 5K etc.
Funds the stores at both schools. Solicits donations from town business to assist with social events. Collects and processes Box Tops for Education to raise money for the
PTA budget.
Parents just like you who are:
Willing to give a few hours of their time. Willing to use their creativity and talents. Willing to ensure our children's school years are an amazing experience. Willing to share their opinions and ideas for the benefit of our
children.
Are YOU willing to give your time to help our schools strive for the excellence our children deserve?
Membership Meetings are once a month for 1 hour. Sadly this year at most meetings there were less then 8 members in attendance. With more volunteers, the PTA can achieve so much more for our children! MANY HANDS MAKE LIGHT WORK. This year the work has been heavy with very few hands. IF THERE ARE NOT ENOUGH PARENTS WILLING TO VOLUNTEER, THE WILLINGTON PTA WILL BE DISSOLVED BEFORE THE NEXT SCHOOL YEAR. There will be no extra funding, no Daughter Dance, no Sons Bowling, no field trip money, no CES yearbook, and no enrichment money for special events and equipment. The Willington PTA Nominating Committee is seeking those interested in being nominated for the following positions:
President: Preside at all meetings of the Willington PTA, serve as an ex-officio member of all committees except the nominating committee and coordinate the work of the officers and committees of the Willington PTA in order that purposes may be promoted.
Vice President: Act as an aide to the President and perform such other duties as may be provided for by these bylaws prescribed by the parliamentary authority or directed by the Executive Board.
Treasurer(s): Co-Treasurer will have designated roles (A or B). Role A: Have custody and maintain a full account of fund and keep a full and accurate account of receipts and disbursements. Role B: Create and maintain the budget using a template and create and present monthly treasurers report.
Secretary: Record minutes of all meetings of the PTA, keep file of all minutes and agendas and have a current copy of bylaws available at all PTA sponsored events. Membership Chair: Coordinate annual Ice Cream Social and Membership Drive, solicit new members and maintain membership listings and committee volunteers and any newly added throughout the year.
The Willington PTA will be electing officers for the 2015-2017 2 year term on Tuesday May 19th at 6:30 pm during the Monthly Membership meeting
at the Willington Public Library.
If you would like our schools to continue to benefit from the PTA’s work and have an interest in filling one of the above positions,
please contact a board member before May 19th. We would be happy to provide you with more information on ways you can help
and direct you to our nominating committee.
President - Rachel Pierce - rp[email protected] V. President – Sue Heacox – [email protected]
Treasurer – Melissa McKinnon – [email protected] Secretary – Hanna Prytko – polishk[email protected] Membership– MaryBeth Luchon – [email protected]
5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Proceeds to offset costs of the
8th Grade Dance for Willington Students
Come enjoy delicious entrees and dessert!
Track Nine Diner 12 Tolland Turnpike
Willington, CT
Bring family and friends for great food and a fun night out and help us to provide the 8th Grade Graduating Class of 2015 a class dance to remember!
Sponsored by the 8th Grade Dance Parent Committee Questions: Contact Samantha Hills, Committee Chairwoman at [email protected]
YOU DON’T HAVE TO
COOK!
“Where Community Grows” 40 Old Farms Rd
Willington, CT 06279 Tel: 860-487-3118 Fax: 860-487-3125 [email protected]
Dear Willington Families, Willington Youth, Family & Social Services is pleased to offer a professionally staffed, fun & safe camp for your children (grades K- 6).during their April vacations from school. With new, longer camp hours; you can be sure that your children are having a great time while you are busy at work! Your child(ren) will enjoy cooking, hiking, arts & crafts, playground time, games, movies, sports, music, and more!
Camp Details Dates: Monday April 13th through Friday April 17th
Times: Camp Hours 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Location: Willington Hill Fire House
Fees: 5 Day Camp Fee \$150.00
(Full or partial scholarships available for eligible households
Campers: Grades K -6 students. Lunch program not available, but snacks & drinks provided. Dress to play! Registration form & payment must be returned at school main
offices/ WYFSS no later than 3:00 PM Monday April 6, 2015.
Visit WYFSS on the web at: www.willingtonct.org to view our other programs or to download scholarship information. We encourage you to email us with any question at: [email protected]. We’ll see you at camp!
Willington Youth, Family & Social Services
2015 April Vacation
Scholarships available for qualified families…Please call 860-487-3118
_________________________________________________________________________________
Emergency/Medical information Please contact in case I cannot be reached in the case of sickness or emergency (other than parent(s) or guardian(s) the child resides with) 1’ 1”St Alt Contact Name: ____________________________________ Relationship: __________ Primary Phone: (___) _______________ Secondary Phone: (___) ________________
2’nd Alt Contact Name: __________________________________ _ Relationship: ___________ Primary Phone: (___) _______________ Secondary Phone: (___) ________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________
and Consent For Medical Treatment
I, the undersigned, by registering my child to attend WYFSS April Camp Program understand the nature and risks associated with the participation in those activities. I hereby grant my child permission to participate. I am aware that participation is at one’s own risk. I acknowledge that the activity, equipment and facilities may pose a risk of personal injury. I am also aware that each participant is responsible for his or her own safety. I hereby waive and release myself, my heirs, executors or administrators of any and all claims and damage we ever had or now have, against the Town of Willington, its successors and assigns, employees, agents and representative for any and all kinds of injury, including but not limited to personal injury and/or property damage suffered by my child, myself, family members or friends while participating in this program. Consent for Medical Treatment of Minors, as the parent or legal guardian of the above named player, I hereby give consent for emergency medical care prescribed by a fully licensed Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Dentistry. This care may be given under whatever conditions are necessary to preserve the life, limb or well being of my dependent.
______________________________@_________._____
I certify that the information contained on this form is accurate and complete. I furthermore accept the terms and conditions of the above waiver.
____________ __________________________________ Date Signature of Parent or Guardian
Registration and payment must be returned to HMS/CES main offices or WYFSS office no later than 3:00 PM Monday April 7, 2015
Please make checks payable to: “WYFSS April Camp”
THANK YOU!
REFUND POLICY: If April Vacation Camp does not run due to low enrollment; your full payment will be returned to you. Single-day refunds will not be issued for absence; except in cases where a medical reason exists, and a note from a physician is provided.
Recyclables Craft Event for Kids
Saturday, April 25, 2015 Willington Public Library – Craft Room
10:30 to 12:00
In celebration of Earth Day, the 7th grade members of Girl Scout Troop 65292 are hosting a recycling-themed craft event for children.
Please contact Heidi Leech at (860) 420-9879 or [email protected] with questions. Thanks!
Dear Willington Residents, In celebration of Earth Day, the 7th grade members of Girl Scout Troop 65292 are hosting a recycling-themed craft event for children on April 25, 2015 at the Willington Public Library. To prepare for this event, we are seeking donations of clean, recycled household items. The following items are needed:
• Toilet paper/ paper towel tubes • Egg cartons • Empty, washed, used K-cups
These items can be dropped off in donation boxes from 3/14/15 – 4/11/15 at the following locations:
• Willington Town Office Building • Hall Memorial School (in the gym lobby) • Willington Public Library • Transfer Station (swap shed)
Our Cadet Troop is organizing this community event to help us earn our Silver Award. We really appreciate your help in our efforts! If you have any questions, you can contact Michelle Tharp at 860-429- 1491. Thank you, Brenna Leech, Grace Tharp, Rachel Cook and Emma Kennedy
WOW 50 YEARS The Joe Green Memorial Easter Egg Hunt
Open to Willington residents, newborn to 8th grade
Starts at 12:00 noon sharp
Come by 10:30 to get your kids in on the free bike raffle
And to see the bunny come in by a fire truck.
Where: Willington Hill Fire Dept;(24 Old Farms Rd.)
Time: Egg hunt starts at 12:00 noon
Registration: for the bike raffle starts at 10:30
Please print and hang up at home QUESTIONS 860-429-2993 OR 860-418-9672
Project Based curriculum that teaches
confidence, encourages self-
mental growth, teamwork and
daily homework help
Connecticut.
Program
Care Provided 2:30-6:00pm
days and snow days
information, 860-872-7329
Ph. 860-871-0008 Fax. 860-871-2550
2015 Vacation Bible School Monday, July 27
th – Friday, July 31st
9 AM – 12 Noon
Rte 32., South Willington
Closing Program –Friday at 11:00 a.m
**Pizza Lunch – Friday at 12 NOON
STORIES! CRAFTS! SONGS! SNACKS! GAMES! MISSION! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Cost: \$15/child if received by June 30th (Maximum per family: \$35) \$17/child after June 30th (Maximum per family: \$40) {financial assistance is available if needed} TO REGISTER – Please use one form per child and mail check paid to: The Federated Church of Willington, 132 River Rd., Willington, CT 06279. Please put “VBS Registration” in the memo line. Questions? Call 860-429-9911 or email us at [email protected]
Name _____________________________ Home Phone #_______________________
Date of Birth ____/_____/_____ Allergies__________________________________________
Grade – circle one – Nursery (3yr or 4 yr) or entering K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Parent Names _______________________________________________________________
Siblings Attending? __________________________________________________________
Do you currently have a church that you attend? (please circle one) Yes / No For more information, or more registration forms, go to www.FedChurchWillington.org and click on “VBS”, then “VBS 2015”. Music and printable downloads are now available on our website!
WE NEED PARENT HELP! Please circle possible areas/time(s) available
I can: make refreshments help serve refreshments help w/ recreation help w/ crafts Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
April MAH
Application for Kramer Scholarship
Request for Donations Letter_2
SACC flyer spring 2015 willington
The Federated Church of Willington 2015 Vacation Bible School

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