Did you know that November is Family Literacy Month?
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Amy Nachbar
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
1. The Cottage Street School gets a visit from WHDH-TV's Meteorologist Jeremy Reiner who will bring wealth of knowledge and experience in weather forecasting back home to New England. A native of the Berkshires, Jeremy has always been fascinated with the New England climate. Whether it was a raging nor'easter or a chilly sea breeze in April, Jeremy loved it all. So much so, that he attended Lyndon State college in Vermont where he received a B.S. degree in meteorology in 1993. 2. There's Family Literacy Roundtable at the Sharon Public Library from 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. This program is open to librarians and library workers. November is Family Literacy month. Join your fellow children's librarians to discuss early and family literacy. …
'Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star' inscribed on the granite bench at the Cottage Street School's new Poet's Corner.
"Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" now is inscribed where the Cottage Street School and PTO hope to see Sharon's bright future inspired often. The school's new Poet's Corner was dedicated Monday outside and to the right of the front office. The space was funded by PTO brick sales reviving the group's school beautification project after several years of dormancy, said Barry Fritz, who led the latest effort. "Twinkle, twinkle, little star" is inscribed on the Poet's Corner's new granite bench. Monday, several students took turns reading verses from Jane Taylor's original, 1806 version, which Fritz found. Other students performed the song on their instruments. "The Poet's Corner can now fulfill its goal of being an inviting place for people to …
'Celebrate America at the Cottage Street School Fun Fair' was the theme of the school PTO's largest fundraiser.
The Cottage Street School community showed its school spirit and its patriotism today. "Celebrate America at the Cottage Street School Fun Fair" was the theme of the school PTO's largest fundraiser. Students, parents and community members partook in a variety of games and actvities throughout the school. The proceeds will support programs, materials and the like for the school.