Monday, September 14, 2020

Meet Your Teacher Day at EES!!!


Kindergarten Screening today.  

Miss Marino, Speech Teacher during Kindergarten Screening today!

Miss Kelley meets some first grade students!

Fun Activities to meet your classmates!

Mrs. Dwyer meets some first grade students!

Mrs. Kasmarcik meets some second grade students!

Mr. Burnett has his second grade students busy already!  

Say Hi To Mrs. Curcuru third graders!  

Mrs. MacNeill has a fancy canopy!

Miss Stella enjoys meetings some of her new 4th grade students!

Miss Porciello meets a new family! Welcome to 4th grade!

Families had a chance to connect with teachers and pick up materials for the start of the school year!

More pics from Kindergarten Screening today!

Thank you to staff volunteers for coming in early to set up for our big day!  

Welcome to Kindergarten!

We hope you enjoyed the day and the pictures.  Everyone seemed so excited to come together and meet their new teachers and gather school supplies.  Thank you to all the parents who donated canopies to EES!  We appreciate your support and hope we have more opportunities to use these!  The kindergarten teachers loved doing screening outside and said they hope to do this again next year!  Maybe we are creating some new traditions.  Thank you to PTO (Carla Christensen) for hosting a table to welcome families.  She was a great hostess today! Enjoy the last day of summer break!

Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Virtual Talent Show!

Hi all,

For those who don’t know me, I am a junior at Manchester Essex Regional High School. I have been involved in the theatre program at the middle/high school for many years, and I am organizing an online talent show for people in our communities. Or order to get as much participation as possible, I’m hoping you all can help me spread the word! I have posted about this on Facebook and am working on posting it to the Manchester Parks and Rec Facebook page as well. I have also created a GoFundMe page to attach to this for if any participants or community members are interested in donating directly to Direct Relief, a charity helping combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Here is the information I shared on Facebook:

"Hello, everyone!
I am organizing a virtual talent show for our community in support of efforts to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. You can share your submissions with me through Google Drive (my email is Feel free to email me with any questions as well. Submissions for the talent show will be due on Thursday, April 16.
I'd like to cap submissions at two per person, and they can be anything: singing, dancing, acting, magic, tricks, sports, a special talent, etc. Submit something you've been doing to keep busy! Seriously, anyone is welcome to participate in this - I hope people will find joy in sharing their talents with our community. (Especially because you can do as many takes as you want before you share your final video with me)
I'm super excited to organize this for our community, as I know there are many children and adults alike who have a lot of time on their hands currently and want to find something to do. The show will be accessible on YouTube on Saturday, April 18, and I will post a link to it once it is available.
Although this talent show is something fun for our community to collaborate on, it is important to remember why we have all of this free time. Therefore, I have set up a GoFundMe page that is linked to a charity called Direct Relief. Direct Relief is making massive efforts to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, and it is further explained on the GoFundMe page. I hope everyone will consider donating. No amount it too small! Here is the link:"
I also posted this image: 

If you have any questions about this, I’d be happy to talk. I just hope that as many people have the opportunity to view and participate in this as possible.

Thank you,
Sylvie Oldeman

Saturday, February 29, 2020

Fifth grade students at EES read to Kindergartners every morning!

Fifth grade students read to kindergarteners in the lobby every morning!  

Fun times reading in grade 3!!!

The third graders were caught red handed reading! Caution reading books will make you smarter! 3C had so much fun ripping open the bags to unveil the books, they set up the reading cafe for 3M. Would you take a chance and read?

Friday, February 28, 2020

School Meeting- 2nd Grade presented on the Core Value of ACHIEVEMENT!

Oh yes, and it was pajama day!!!!

2nd graders interviewed students throughout the building on their achievements!

Mrs. Hardy and Ms. Featherstone present about Bingo reading challenge!