Requested Supply List, SY 2014-2015

Grade: K0/K1 Teacher: Ms. Sonnenstuhl

Backpack – any style/color, no wheels and large enough to fit a full sized folder

Re-usable Water Bottle with Student’s Name Written on it (not Poland Springs type bottle)

Kleenex (2 box)

Hand Sanitizer  (1)

Hand Soap (1)

Gallon Size Zip Lock Bags (1 box)

Sandwich size Zip-Loc bags (1 box)

1 small blanket for rest time

Jumbo glue sticks (2)

Jumbo crayons (1 box)

Washable markers (1 box)

Watercolor paint set (2)

1 package of white index cards

1 package of multi-colored index cards

Dry erase markers (2 packages)

½ inch white 3 ring binder

1 green two pocket homework folder

1 two pocket folder (any solid color)

Baby Wipes (1 box)

Extra change of clothing (pants, shirt, socks, underwear)

ream(s) of white copy paper (1 or more if you can)

Grade: K2 Teacher: Ms. Braxton

Kleenex (1)

Glue sticks (2)

Hand sanitizer (1)

3×5  index cards (1)

marble composition notebook (1)

two pocket folder without the prongs (red)(1)

two pocket folder without the prongs (green)(1)

two pocket folder without the prongs (yellow)(1)

hand soap ( 1)

gallon zip lock bags (1)

ream(s) of white copy paper (1 or more if you can)

Velcro (1 pack)

Sandwich size zip lock bags(1)

Colored pencils (1 pack)

Dry erase markers (2 packs)

Homework folder ( any color and any design)(1)

Grade: Room 3 (K2/1st) Teacher: Ms. McCormack

Backpack – any style/color, no wheels

Kleenex  (3 boxes)

Baby wipes (1 box)

1 one subject notebook (green)

Two Pocket Homework Folder Without Prongs (1 any design or color)

Two Pocket Folders Without Prongs (1 red, 1 purple)

Extra set of clothing

ream(s) of white copy paper (1 or more if you can)

Grade: 1 Teacher: Ms. Isles

Backpack – any style/color, no wheels

Re-usable Water Bottle with Student’s Name Written on it (not Poland Springs type bottle)

Pencils (1 box of 24)

Box of Primary Color (Large Size) Crayola Crayons (1 box)

Kleenex (2 boxes)

Large Glue Sticks (2)

One-subject notebook

Gallon Zip Lock Bags (1 box)

ream(s) of white copy paper (1 or more if you can)

Letter Size White Copy Paper  (1 ream/package)

Grade: 2 Teacher: Mr. Berg

Backpack – any style/color, no wheels

Re-usable Water Bottle with Student’s Name Written on it (not Poland Springs type bottle)

Letter Size White Copy Paper  (1 ream/package)

Post-it notes

1 box of Zip-Loc bags

Grade: 3 Teacher: Ms. McNeal

Backpack – any style/color, no wheels

Re-usable Water Bottle with Student’s Name Written on it (not Poland Springs type bottle)

Pencils (1 box of 24)

Erasers

Markers (1 Box)

Kleenex  (3 boxes)

Flash Cards – Addition & Multiplication

Colored Pencils (1 box)

One Subject Notebook (1)

Sandwich bags (1)

Gallon size Zip Loc bags (1)

Three Subject Notebooks (2)

Glue sticks (3)

Letter Size White Copy Paper  (1 ream/package)

Grade: 4 Teacher: Ms. Morgado-Pina

Backpack – any style/color, no wheels

Re-usable Water Bottle with Student’s Name Written on it (not Poland Springs type bottle)

Pencils ( box of 24)

Kleenex (2 boxes)

Erasers

Highlighters (2)

Square Post-It Notes (2 packs)

2-Pocket Folders: (1 green, 1 blue, 4 red, 1 yellow, 1 purple)

One Subject Notebooks (3)

Composition Notebook (1)

One package of colored pencils

Lined Paper (1 pack)

Hand sanitizer (1 bottle)

Zip up Pouch for Supplies (cloth version @ Staples, $2.99 recommended)

Letter Size White Copy Paper  (1 ream/package)

Grade: 5 Teacher: Ms. Durkin

Backpack – any style/color, no wheels

Re-usable Water Bottle with Student’s Name Written on it (not Poland Springs type bottle)

Pencils (1box of 24)

Kleenex (2 boxes)

Post-It Notes (1 package)

Pink Erasers (2)

Cap Erasers (1 package)

Hand Sanitizer (1)

Lined Binder Filler Paper, 3 hole punched

Zip up Pouch for Supplies

Glue Sticks (5)

Letter Size White Copy Paper  (1 ream/package)

Highlighters (2)

Crayola Crayons (24 pack)

2-Pocket Folders: (1 green, 1 blue, 4 red, 1 yellow, 1 black)

1 subject spiral notebook (1 red, 1 green, 1 blue)

scissors (1 pair, packaged)

All grades for Physical Education Class:

Mittens/gloves/hat to keep in backpack every day

Kleenex

Making Music Matters!

Fall Concert/Mini-Concerts 2014

School Date Time

Bates:

Grade 3 Mini-Concert 10/27/2014 9:45-10:30

Grade 4 Concert 11/18/2014 9:45-10:30

Grade 5 Concert 11/19/2014 9:45-10:30

Beethoven

Grade 3 Mini-Concert 10/29/2014 8:45-9:30

Conley

Grade 5/II Fall Concert 11/20/2014 11:20 –12:05

Mozart

Grade 3 Mini-Concert 10/28/2014 11:45-12:30

Grade 4 Fall Concert 11/18/2014 12:30-1:15

Grade 5 Fall Concert 11/18/2014 11:00-11:45

Ohrenberger

Grade 3 Mini-Concert 10/31/2014 8:45-9:30*

Grade 4 Fall Concert 11/20/2014 8:45-9:30**

Grade 5 Fall Concert 11/18/2014 8:45-9:30

Philbrick

Grade 4 & 5 Concert 11/20/2014 12:45-1:30

These concert times are the same as the regular lesson times.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE WILL BE NO MAKING MUSIC MATTERS! LESSONS THE WEEK OF 11/24-11/28:  THANKSGIVING VACATION

*Both sessions of Grade 3 MMM students will perform during this time.

**All sessions of Gr 4 MMM students will perform during this time.

“Making Music Matters!” Parent Liaisons are responsible for:

  • Preparing/distributing/collecting informational and enrollment materials from MMM students
  • Taking weekly attendance on the MMM attendance sheets
  • Documenting student record of completing practice logs, bringing/forgetting instrument and binder/folder
  • Issuing notices to homes about lack of practice log completion, forgetting instrument and binder
  • Setting up for lessons:  music stands, making copies of music for MMM instructors
  • Troubleshooting lesson issues – communicate with Program Managers
  • Assisting Program Managers with instrument pick-up, distribution, and bringing instruments to warehouse for repair
  • Keeping instruments tagged; cleaning instruments after 3rd grade rotations
  • Maintaining accurate, updated class lists and assigned instruments by serial number
  • Distributing bi-annual Progress Reports and collecting signed reports from students
  • Organizing in-school concerts:  send home notices, reminders; assemble and copy concert program, ask parents for donations of refreshments
  • Identifying someone to take GOOD pictures at MMM concerts/events
  • Collecting data about concert attendance and “Visit a Lesson”
  • Communicating with classroom teachers about concert dates, inviting other classes to concerts, trying to avoid scheduling conflicts
  • Publicizing the program:  submit MMM activities to school newsletters, notices to School Parent and Site Councils; local newspapers….check student media releases
  • Promoting outreach to school/neighborhood community
  • Recruiting families for “Parents for Instrumental Music” group and helping to create school-based fundraising events/opportunities
  • Attending MMM Parent Orientation Meeting for your building

There is a small stipend that comes with the position.  Training sessions start soon so if you are interested, please contact Principal Amy Sprott (asprott@bostonpublicschools.org ) ASAP.

philbrick rummage

Turn your donate-worthy goods into a Philbrick treasure!
Donation drive: Monday, June 9 – Saturday, June 14

Drop off your donations at the West Roxbury Savers Community Donation Center:
1230 VFW Parkway, West Roxbury
Mon. – Sat. 9 a.m. – 9:30 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Let them know your donation is in support of the Philbrick so our school gets credit!

You may also drop donations off at the Philbrick School Rummage Sale:
Saturday, June 14 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. in the schoolyard

Join us on Wednesday, May 28, 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Boston Nature Center. Each class will display a project that showcases their spring science unit. Come celebrate the students’ hard work and enjoy science activities.

Please bring a pot luck dish to share!

Email eflynn@bostonpublicschools.org to RSVP.

Join us for our Annual International Night Celebration!
5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
We will have a potluck dinner, “trips around the world,” and the famous “Cake Walk” to support the annual 5th grade trip to Ferry Beach. Families can reserve a table dedicated to their country of origin or culture. You can bring artifacts, food, music, and/or photos to help teach others about your country and/or culture. Contact Ms. Sprott in the Main Office to reserve a space.

cakewalk

The Philbrick School

The funds raised from the raffle support essential Philbrick Elementary School needs and educational enrichment partnerships such as Making Music Matters, The Eliot School Visual Arts Program, and the Boston Nature Center. Drawing to be held at The Philbrick School Annual Raffle and Silent Auction taking place on Saturday, March 29, at The Emerald Society in Roslindale. Winner does not need to be present to win. Just click this link: http://bit.ly/1hmExbq. We thank you for your support!

Your hard work is paying off!  We are very hopeful that our coordinated efforts to restore our budget might be working – at least it seems that our message is getting through.  Our school is being mentioned as a Level 1 school that is working hard to maintain that success.  We must keep the full-court-press on at this pivotal time.  Could you please take a moment to press the button below to email the School Committee – even if it’s a second time?  When you click on the button, your email client should automatically open with a letter template.  Please remember to add your name to the beginning and end and also indicate the number of children you have at the Philbrick.  Thank you so much!

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We provide a safe, nurturing learning environment for 160 students in grades K0/K1 to 5.
Our students represent diverse neighborhoods throughout the city including Dorchester, Roxbury, Hyde Park, Jamaica Plain, Mattapan, Roslindale, and West Roxbury.

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Make a secure gift to the Philbrick School via PayPal. Thank you!

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