Friday, February 28, 2020

Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss

Thank you Mrs. Blake once again for organizing such a fun GUEST READER DAY! 

Here are just a few of our MANY guest readers today: 

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Also a friendly reminder that there is a PTA meeting NEXT WEDNESDAY 
3/4  at Metcalf School  6:00  PM

Are you spring cleaning? We are looking for jump ropes, hula hoops, dump trucks and other trucks, dirt digging tools and play kitchens and play kitchen accessories for recess fun! 

Friday, December 13, 2019

We Are Writers!

This year, we launched a new writing program and we are so proud of ALL OF OUR writers! Many of our grade 1 classes and kindergarten classes have paired up to celebrate all of their hard work.

Today, Mrs. Titus' class celebrated the end of the unit with Mrs. Fasula's class, check out these sweet moments of kindergarteners telling grade one all about their writing!

                               NEXT WEDNESDAY, 12/18


Friday, November 8, 2019

Thank You Veterans

Wawaloam School appreciates your service.

Mrs. Corcoran's Class singing

click this link: This Land is Your Land

6 Ways to Teach Children About Veteran's Day Resources, Rachel Murphy

1. Attend a Veterans Day parade: Oftentimes, communities host a parade to celebrate and honor members of the military. Check your local city or town’s event guide to see if there’s one scheduled where you live.
2. Read a book: Books on a variety of topics related to Veterans Day, military families and soldiers are available for all ages. Visit the local public library or a nearby bookstore with your child and pick out a few books that they find interesting.
3. Raise money: Find veteran organizations near you, start a neighborhood lemonade stand or other fundraiser and donate the money to a local veterans group. This is a great way to help your child take action to support our veterans.
4. Talk about freedom: What freedoms do you enjoy? Discuss these with your child to help make them aware of the everyday liberties they have thanks to veterans.
5. Talk about sacrifice: Members of our military often go long periods of time away from loved ones and sometimes even miss important holidays and birthdays with their families to fight for our freedom.
6. Say 'thank you': If you and your child are out in public and see a man or woman in uniform, let your child know that it’s a nice gesture to say 'thank you.' Those two simple words can mean a lot to a service member. If you're at a coffee shop or a restaurant and feeling generous, you might also consider paying for their cup of coffee or meal. 

Saturday, October 26, 2019

Johnny The K

"Johnny the K" visits Wawaloam School

Johnny came and shared his positive spirit with us while singing songs about being RESPECTFUL, 
RESPONSIBLE and SAFE. He helps us to celebrate our school wide expectations and kicks off the excitement for the opening of our school store! 

Friday, September 27, 2019

End of the Week News from Wawaloam

We had such a great week practicing all kinds of ways to make sure we are noticing friends who might be alone. When we do notice this, we say Hello! We hope the message made its way home. From videos to songs to students creating books about Kindness, we took the message to heart. 

Check out all of the amazing activities we are doing in STEAM! 
Thanks Mrs. McKeen for sharing such great pictures!

*We are accepting Walkathon pledges at any time now and until November 1st.   We are hoping for one parent volunteer per class for the event. If you are interested in helping, you may email  or 

This is the major fundraiser for the Elementary Schools for the 2019-20 school year. 

Friday, September 20, 2019

Some news from Wawaloam

A Very Special Celebration!

Congratulations to 1st Grader Quinn Beebe! 
She was recognized as an Ambassador by the Tomorrow Fund and was presented with a special certificate from the Governor Raimondo commending her! 
We are all proud and inspired by you Quinn!! 

                    SEPTEMBER 23-27  START WITH HELLO WEEK

We are so excited to be participating in START WITH HELLO week again this year.
We love this program because it enables children to make a difference with their peers in a simple, fun, impactful way by doing a very small thing that makes a VERY BIG DIFFERENCE!

 Our goal is to strengthen our already strong culture of inclusion and connectedness.

                                   KINDERGARTEN OPEN HOUSE NIGHTS THIS WEEK~ 

5:30-6:15 PM



Finally, let's end our week with a great quote from a Pete the Cat book! This owl really is wise! 
May you all look for the good every day! 

P. S. Walkathon information coming home soon!   Week of October 7-11

Friday, August 30, 2019

Kindergarten Pictures

Dear Wawaloam Kindergarten Families,

The children are having a GREAT day!!!

Here are a few pictures from some classrooms and in the cafeteria~
Enjoy the long weekend! We will see you on Tuesday, September 3.