Category Archive: Just for Parents

Can We Ask You A Question?

Take the School Communications & Events Survey: ENGLISH Take the School Communication & Events Survey: SPANISH   The PTO wants to make Northeast Elementary School the best it can be, and the only way to do this is with YOUR help. We would like to know your thoughts on school communication and events. Please take about …

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WAKE UP! It’s a Morning All-School Conversation & PTO Meeting on Wed. 1/10 @ 8:30am

Wakey wakey, eggs & bakey. OK, maybe no eggs & bakey, but there will be coffee. The PTO and Principal Gordon welcome the Northeast Community to the first All-School Conversation & PTO Meeting of 2018. This will be a morning meeting to accommodate those families that have conflicts with the evening meetings. Check in at …

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Who’s That Baby?- The Yearbook Needs Your 5th Grader’s Baby Pictures

Fifth Graders, let’s see those baby faces! Please submit your fifth grader’s baby photo for the “Who’s That Baby?” pages in this year’s Northeast Yearbook. Please email a digital photo (clearly showing your baby’s face, up to age 2) to northeastbabyphotos@gmail.com with your child’s name in the subject line. Or send a print, in an envelope with …

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Parents Night Out, 12/6- Drinks & “A Bad Moms Christmas” Movie Screening… because you need to laugh!

Parents who need a break– let’s party like a mother! Book a sitter and join your fellow Northeast parents for drinks & a special screening of “A Bad Moms Christmas” this Wednesday, December 6th at the Bow Tie Landmark Theater. Meet at ZaZa for a pre-movie drink starting at 6:30pm, the movie starts at 8:10pm. …

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Talent Show Volunteers Needed!

Northeast’s Annual Talent Show is December 15th! The kids are perfecting their numbers and getting ready to show off their talented selves. Now, we need a few parent volunteers to help bring the show together without a hitch. Please consider volunteering to help with rehearsals, the night of the show, or with decorations or the …

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11/30: All-School Conversation & PTO Meeting with a Focus on Kindergarten & 1st Grade

This month’s All-School Conversation & PTO Meeting will have a special focus on Kindergarten & 1st Grade. Kindergarten teacher Mrs Ronaghan will present an overview of what is happening in the Kindergarten classrooms this year and 1st Grade teacher Mrs. Mesa will discuss 1st grade curriculum. PTO meetings are open to the entire school community. …

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Need A Night Out??? Lord & Taylor Sip ‘n Shop for Northeast is 11/8, 6:30-9:30pm

Come mingle and meet other Northeast parents (moms, dads, grandparents, etc), have a glass of wine, and shop for a cause on Wednesday, November 8th from 6:30-9:30pm! Join Northeast Elementary School for a special “Trend Presentation” with Lord & Taylor’s own Fashion Advisor, Kendra Porter. Learn the latest trends from your favorite brands, plus enjoy …

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All-School Conversation & PTO Meeting- 10/17, 6:30pm

Northeast’s next All-School Conversation & PTO Meeting is on Tuesday, October 17th at 6:30pm in the Media Center. These meetings are a great way to learn more about how our school strives to fulfill its mission statement– “Northeast Elementary School empowers every student by providing an exemplary educational foundation that includes critical and creative thinking, social-emotional learning, …

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Parent/Teacher Potluck Mixer – October 4th, 3pm

NEPTO invites all Northeast families to our annual Parent/Teacher Potluck Mixer on October 4th at 3pm in the school gym. The Potluck Mixer gives you a chance to get to know your child’s teacher and the school staff in a more relaxed setting. No need to RSVP, but if you plan to attend, we are asking you …

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2017 Odyssey of the Mind Information Session for Parents- 10/4

Stamford Public Education Foundation (SPEF) is proud to announce the STEAM-focused 2017-18 Odyssey of the Mind Program. Odyssey of the Mind is an innovative, extra-curricular learning experience in which school-based teams are tasked with solving problems that range from building mechanical devices to presenting their own theatrical interpretation of literary classics. If you think your 3rd-5th …

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