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Naquag Newsletter

 

HAPPY SUMMER! HAVE A FUN & SAFE VACATION!
First day of school is Wednesday, September 2, 2015.

 

The June 2015 Naquag Newsletter has been posted. Please click on the "Naquag Newsletter" option above. 

THANK YOU TO CUB SCOUT PACK 306 FOR THE LOVELY FLOWERS AROUND THE NAQUAG FLAG POLE!

SUMMER 2015 READING LIST & FALL SCHOOL SUPPLY LIST:  Please see left menu "Summer Reading and SUpply Lists) for Grade specific information. 

 


Wachusett Summer Art Academy
The program this summer has new arrivals such as Medieval Mania,
Cardboard, Metal Smithing (Jewelry),and Cartooning.
Classes for students age 7 through high school.


Specialists Newsletter 

Naquag Handbook
Amendment to Student Handbook - Bullying Prevention and Intervention

Kindergarten Registration Packet

Naquag School Parent Survey


 

Report Cards / IEP Progress Reports

Report cards are issued three times a year. Teacher / Parent Conferences are held in lieu of the first term report cards (Grades K - 2).         

Term 1: 9/2/2015 - 11/06/2015

  • Parent / Teacher Conferences are scheduled for Wednesday, 11/4/2015. 
  • If not available, these conferences should be completed by 11/13/2015.
  • IEP Progress Reports sent home 11/20/2015. 

Term 2: 11/07/2015 - 1/26/2016

  • Report Cards accessible in Power School 2/12/2016 after 4:30 PM.
  • IEP Progress Reports sent home 2/12/2016.  
  • NOTE:  Report card access will be open until March 18, 2016.      

Term 3:  1/27/2016 - 4/06/2016

  • Report Cards accessible in Power School 4/15/2016 after 4:30 PM.
  • IEP Progress Reports sent home 4/15/2016.
  • NOTE:  Report card access will be open until May 13, 2016. 

Term 4:  4/07/2016 - End of School

  • Report Cards accessible in Power School last day of school after 4:30 PM.
  • IEP Progress reports sent home last day of school.

 




Click here for information on the PARCC Assessment


 



Our Mission

Naquag Elementary School is a partnership among students, staff, parents, and the community. Together we are dedicated to nurturing literate, competent, responsible students in a safe and secure learning environment. Our focus is to educate the whole child by honoring individual learning styles, setting high expectations, and celebrating in individual growth. Our vision is for every Naquag student to meet with success through this collaboration and dedication. 

Our Core Values

Trustworthiness Respect Responsibility
Caring Citizenship Fairness


The district's bus transportation is now provided by the companies below

A.A. Transportation Co. Inc.
774-234-0678

Special Ed Transportation:
Village Transportation
978-422-6808
Emergency Line: 978-870-6655
 

 

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