May 15, 2019
We are getting excited for the end of the school year activities! Have you spotted any flamingos in your neighborhood? They are making appearances all over the Village School commuity. They made a brief appearance on our school lawn, but are now out and about in the community. If you spot them, take a picture and post it to Twitter using the #mvsflamingos
Movie Night is coming! This Friday, May 17th we will be gathering on our playground field and waiting for the sun to set to watch "The Greatest Showman". I have seen this movie multiple times and enjoy it more and more each time. If you haven't seen it, you are in for a treat. If you have seen it, I hope you will sing along to all the songs. All children must be under the direct supervision of an adult. Just bring a comfortable chair or blanket and a jacket as it tends to get cooler at night. Refreshments will be available from the 5th graders. Parking must be in a designated parking spot only or on the street. Carpooling is always recommended.
MVS Night of the Arts - On Tuesday, May 28th our students who take Instrumental Music will be presenting in the APR at 6:30pm. They have been working hard learning their chosen instrument and are proud to show off their developing skills. Immediately following the band performance, our Art Show will take place. Students' works of art are posted in the hallways for your viewing pleasure. I am sure you will agree at the end of the evening, MVS has some very talented students learning under the guidance of Mr. D'Angelo and Mrs. Glynn
A Little Night Music- On Friday, May 31st, Mr. Hertz is the Master of Ceremony for a community celebration of musicians. Come out and hear the different voices and instruments that will be showcased this evening. Performers include present and former students as well as members of the community.
Please be sure to check this website weekly and link to the school's Google calendar below to always be in the know!
Students are to be in their classrooms ready to the start the day at 8:55am. If your child is going to be absent from school, please be sure to call in his/her absence prior to the start of the school day. You can leave a message on the school's voicemail, following the prompts to the absence line, 24 hours a day. When your child returns to school, please send in a note with the reason for the absence. All notes into school are to include your child's first and last name, classroom teacher's name, message, and your signature. Please remember school attendance is critical for learning growth.