Amendment to Student Handbook - Bullying Prevention and Intervention
Kindergarten Registration Packet
Naquag School Parent Survey
DECEMBER CONCERT AM & PM : Available on Rutland Cable, Channel 191 - Friday, 12/19/2014.
DVD's: (Filmed by Rutland Cable) Please email: email@example.com to reserve a DVD concert copy. (First come, first served.) DVD's can be picked up at the Town Hall, $5.00 per copy - check payable to the "Town of Rutland" or cash. DVD's will be available the week after Christmas.
THE NAQUAG DECEMBER 2014 NEWSLETTER HAS BEEN POSTED. (Please click on Naquag Newsletter above.)
SIMCO: Naquag's December SIMCO meeting has been postponed until Tuesday, January 27 @ 4:00 in the Team Chair Room (by the Naquag Library).
The Naquag Glove & Mitten Tree, 12/8 – 12/19
In the spirit of the upcoming holiday season, Naquag students and staff will be sponsoring our annual “Naquag Glove and Mitten Drive” to benefit children and adults in Worcester County who are in need of gloves and mittens this winter season. The glove and mitten drive will begin on Monday, December 8th and will conclude on Friday, December 19th. Donations of new gloves and mittens may be placed in our specially marked donation box near the bus entrance and will be displayed on our “Naquag Glove and Mitten Tree” in the front entrance. Thank you for your support in our community service activities.
Rutland’s Sweet-Pea Animal Rescue League Donations. 12/8 – 12/19
The Naquag family is proud to contribute to several community service projects during the school year. In lieu of students exchanging gifts in the classroom, students are encouraged to bring in donations to benefit “Sweet-Pea, Friends of Rutland Animals” to assist in the care of homeless dogs and cats at Rutland’s Animal Shelter. Suggested items:
Old blankets (please no sheets or pillowcases)
Dog and Cat food
Dog and Cat bowls for food and water
(Please NO pet toys)
We appreciate your support and sharing by giving a little holiday cheer to our four legged furry friends who are often not remembered during difficult economic times. Thank you for helping us help others during this special giving time of year.
December 2014 Concert - Wednesday, December 17th
- 10:00 AM (Doors open at 9:45)
- AM Kindergarten & Full Day Kindergarten
- Grade 1: Mr. Emery, Mrs. O'Connor, Mrs. Szczuka
- Grade 2: Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Humphrey
- 1:45 PM (Doors open at 1:30)
- PM Kindergarten & Full Day Kindergarten
- Grade 1: Mrs. Lizewski, Mrs. White
- Grade 2: Mrs. Esposito, Mrs. Jewers, Mrs. Jordan
*Snow Date: Thursday, December 18
WEDNESDAY, January 28, 2014 is an Early Release Day for the Wachusett Regional School District. School will be dismissed at 12:30 (dismissal procedures will begin @ 12:15).
- Lunch will not be served.
- Afternoon kindergarten will not be in session.
- Morning Kindergarten students be dismissed at 12:30 with the other Naquag students.
- Morning Kindergarten students that walk to school, should plan to walk home.
- Morning Kindergarten students that ride the bus to school will ride the bus home with the other Naquag and Glenwood students. They will be dropped off at the neighborhood bus stops.
Please contact your classroom teacher with any change of dismissal plans.
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: 8/27/2014 - 10/31/2014
- Parent / Teacher Conferences are scheduled for Tuesday, 11/4/2014
- If not available, these conferences should be completed by 11/14/2014
- IEP Progress Reports sent home 11/14/2014
Term 2: 11/3/2014 - 1/23/2015
- Report Cards accessible in Power School 2/6/2015 after 4:30 PM
- IEP Progress Reports sent home 2/6/2015
Term 3: 1/26/2015 - 4/13/2015
- Report Cards accessible in Power School 4/17/2015 after 4:30 PM
- IEP Progress Reports sent home 4/17/2015
Term 4: 4/6/2015 - 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
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.
The district's bus transportation is now provided by the companies below
A.A. Transportation Co. Inc.
Special Ed Transportation:
Emergency Line: 978-870-6655