Category: General News

Mindfulness Week!

WNPTO’s Mindful Activities Week Join us this week as we try different mindfulness activities at home!

Scavenger Hunt Fun!

Join us for scavenger hunts this week! Great activities to complete inside or outside to keep your children engaged!  

BOKS at home!

The BOKS program hopes you are all healthy both physically and mentally in these uncertain, and for some, difficult times. At BOKS they are handling this the only way they know how, and that’s to get up and get moving during the day. In an effort to help families do the same, they have created …

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Open Volunteer Positions

School is starting soon and we hope that you are excited as we are. There are some open PTO positions that need to be filled. These positions are: 1 Executive Board Member (2 positions are currently filled) 1 Accounts Receivable 1 Accounts Payable Please email us by Aug. 29 at wnptoexecboard@wnpto.org if you are interested.   PTO …

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Scholastic Spring Book Fair

Spring Book Fair 2019 May 13 through May 17 Page School Library Fair Schedule: Monday – Thursday 8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. (closed 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.) Friday 8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. Tuesday is Family Night 5:00 – 7:30 p.m. *Raffle Tickets will be given out! Classroom Fair Schedule: Monday Mrs. Grassia Tuesday Mrs. …

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Teacher Appreciation Week

Please help show our teachers and staff how much we appreciate all they do! Monday: Students are encouraged to wear their teacher’s favorite color (see below) Tuesday: Breakfast for the staff Wednesday: Small treats/favors for staff Thursday: Luncheon for the staff Friday: Raffle drawing and chair massages for staff To donate food, drinks, prizes and/or …

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2nd Annual Boys & Best Gal Bowling Night

*** Registration for this event is CLOSED*** Friday, May 10th, 6-8 pm Leo’s Super Bowl, Amesbury Boys, bring your best gal and come on in and enjoy a special bowling night we’re holding just for you.  You’ll have a ball. Bowling will take place on lanes 1-20. We have a maximum of 6 people per …

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National Invention Convention Contenders

Congratulations to our very own fifth graders Owen McDonald and Jackson Miller who will be representing not only the Page School, but the states of Massachusetts and New Hampshire at the National Invention Convention in Michigan at the end of May. The boys earned this prestigious honor by winning the Best in Grade Award for …

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Electronic Recycling, Textile Recycling & Paper Shredding Event to benefit the WNPT

DATE: Saturday, May 11th TIME: 9am – 12pm LOCATION: Page School Lower Parking Lot Cost: Electronic Recycling: $20/car load (cash or check payable to Page School) PLUS potential additional fees (see attached form) Paper Shredding: $10/box Textile Recycling: FREE Acceptable items for clothing drive Electronic Recycling – acceptable item list To volunteer to help or …

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Me & My Guy Spring Fling Dance

Friday April 5th from 6:30-8:30pm Page School Cafetorium Page School girls grab your favorite guy for the Annual Me & My Guy Spring Fling dance! Light refreshments will be provided – and music will be provided by Spin City. This event is free but we ask that your RSVP below so we have a general …

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Wear Your Page Pride Spirit Wear

There will be a special Be Kind Assembly for students on Friday March 8. Kids are encouraged to wear their spirit gear.

BOKS is Back for Spring Session

  Spring 2019 BOKS Registration Form Download the BOKS Spring 2019 flyer Our WNPTO-run before school physical activity program, prepares children for a day of learning and helps kids learn the benefits of exercise and healthy choices. Plus it’s FUN! When is BOKS? • The fall session will run from Tuesday, March 12th – Friday, …

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Annual Page School Holiday Breakfast

Please join us on Saturday, December 8th 9:00am – 11:30 am in the Page school cafetorium    Santa will stop by and pose for pictures  Hot Chocolate & Coffee  Bagels, Muffins, etc.…  Kids Activities: crafts, cookie decorating, and face painting  

2018 Holiday SCRIP

Holiday SCRIP is Back! What is Scrip?  It is a fundraiser for our school.  The companies give a percentage of the amount spent on gift cards back to our school.  If you purchase a $25 gift card, you get a $25 gift card.  The companies do the donating (percentages are listed on the order form).  …

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Kid’s Holiday Shop with Penguin Patch

The Kid’s Holiday Shop opens Monday November 26th through Friday November 30th from 10:30am to 1:30pm. Students are invited to shop during their recess and lunch times. Parents/guardians are welcome to bring preschool and AM kindergarten students anytime the shop is open. We can’t wait for you to see all the awesome gifts in our …

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2018 Page School Holiday Helper Program

            As we have done for the past 28 years, the Page School will sponsor children from local families who are experiencing significant economic and social hardships this holiday season. We have elected to provide children with gifts identified through two local social service organizations: 1) We’ve “adopted” sixteen children …

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Fall 2018 Book Fair

December 3 through December 7 in the Page School Library Fair Schedule: Monday and Wednesday 8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. (closed 11:30 – 1) Tuesday 8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. & 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. Thursday 8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. & 5 Classroom Fair Schedule: Your child’s classroom will visit the fair on …

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The Polar Express Movie Night

** Online ticket sales are now CLOSED** Come spend an evening out with fellow Page Families. We will have a private screening of the movie The Polar Express. Doors open at 5:30pm, come and enjoy dinner before the show! The movie will begin promptly at 6:30pm. When: Monday December 10th 5:30-8:30p.m. Please note the date …

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Fall Into a Good Book Night

Fall… Into a Good Book November 1, 6:30-8:00 pm Page School     All friends and families of Page School are invited to come to school for a cozy evening filled with fun stories. Enjoy hearing books read by special guests including Dr. Bart, Mr. Gray and some amazing teachers. They have a great selection …

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Halloween Happenings

Halloween Happenings   Monday October 29th: Door Decorating Every classroom is invited to decorate their doors. Teachers will choose their own classroom theme and work with their students to create a fun and festive door. The student council will choose 3 winning doors at the end of the week. Doors will be judged on most …

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